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The Voigtlander Heliar-Hyper Wide 10mm 5.6 Aspherical Review: E or M-Mount That is The Question…

The Voigtlander Heliar-Hyper Wide 10mm 5.6 Aspherical is a unique rectilinear full frame lens that come for E-mount and M-mount. It is the widest of its kind produced and it caught a lot of photographers, attention when it was announced for Sony E-mount and Leica M-mount. At the time of their announcement, I highly doubted […]

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Red Helium 8k S35 Pushes The Sony a7RII Down DXO’s List Another Spot

The Red Helium 8k S35 pushed the Sony a7RII further down DXO’s list, by scoring an unbelievably high overall score of 108. DXO might have to rethink their testing methodology soon. It’s also interesting that they included a camera in their rankings that seems to do some denoising, but still refuse to include Fujifilm in their […]

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CameraStoreTV Sony FS5 After One Year

CameraStoreTV finally released their Sony FS5 review after shooting with the Sony FS5 for a year and it is an impressive value especially if you add an Atomos.

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Sony RX100 V Round-Up

Many sites have started their reviews of the Sony RX100 V and so far the results are very positive. It seems like the RX100 V is a step up from the previous generation in ever respect, but we will have to wait for their final verdicts. Camera Labs started a review in progress page that includes photo and video samples. […]

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Laowa Zero-D 12mm f/2.8 Coming July 30th

There’s a lot of interests in the Laowa Zero-D 12mm f/2.8 coming July 30th at 7 pm EST and the first review is already out. It’s on a Canon body, but the reviewer confirms that the 12mm is distortion free. There are also are several photos of the actual lens on flickr (credit: Daniel Han) along with videos below.

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The Sony RX10 III Goes on Safari

image courtesy of Thrutheframe Shannon Heng took the very popular Sony RX10 III on safari and wrote a great article about the experience and how tweaking settings like Zoom Assist helped him capture the moment. This is one of those rare articles about an exciting photographic adventure, where you get to take a peak inside the photographers head, because Shannon goes […]

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