The M.Zuiko Digital ED 12-200mm f/3-5.6 lens offers a 16.6x zoom making it the most powerful zoom in its class
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If you enjoy wildlife or sports photography you will need to venture into the rarefied atmosphere of long telephoto lenses...
Samyang started its optical journey with manual focus lenses and very popular they have proved to be, offering high performance coupled with competitive prices
Off-camera flash is a hugely popular technique that opens up many creative avenues for the photographer to explore. Profoto has certainly played its part with its B1 and the B2 off-camera flash systems
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The new EOS R is not just Canon's first full-frame mirrorless camera – but the forerunner of an entire new system
The X Series explodes into its fourth generation with the X-T3, a top-end camera sporting a new sensor, imaging processor and a world first or two
Google Nik’s collection of image editing plug-ins was extremely popular for two compelling reasons. One, it was very good and even more importantly, it was free.
Fotospeed offers a comprehensive range of inkjet papers, and we decided to take a closer look at popular offerings in its Photo Quality paper collection
Changed to a smaller camera system? Then it makes sense to rethink how you carry it about. A bag designed for big DSLRs is not going to carry smaller gear as well as one specifically designed for the job. This Manfrotto NX backpack will take a mirrorless body and several lenses, with space for personal bits and bobs, including a laptop up to 15 inches in size.
For years, lens makers have been abusing the word ‘macro’, adding it to any lens with a half-decent close focusing distance. But macro should mean that a lens can focus close enough to give a life-size or 1:1 magnification. This means that if you photograph, say, an SD card which measures 15x11mm, then the image will appear that size on the sensor. A half life-size or 1:2 ratio would give a 7.5x5.5mm image.