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Mumbai Photographers Association Celebrates World Photography Day

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Tweet Image: Manoj G. Musale, First Prize Mumbai Photographers Association, in association with Sony India and Colo Colour Lab, celebrated the World Photography Day at Manik Sabhagraha in Bandra (West), Mumbai. In a fullday event, lectures and demonstrations were given on photography, video, lighting, camera technology, pre-wedding shoots, wedding documentaries…

Tamron 16-300mm F/3.5-6.3 Di II VC PZD Macro – An Ambitious Attempt!

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Tweet The Tamron 18.8x, 16- 300mm F/3.5-6.3 Di II VC PSD Macro lens was announced in early February 2014 and we already have it for review! The lens is available in Canon, Nikon and Sony mounts. The Sony mount model does not incorporate VC (Vibration Compensation) as that feature is…

Fujifilm XT1 – For Premium Segment

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Tweet Fujifi lm has always been the frontrunners of innovations in technology. The X-series cameras are regarded as great performers. While most others ditched the APS-C sensor for smaller version of imagers, Fujifi lm remained faithful to APS-C in their drive to go mirrorless. Let us see what innovations they…

Leica M-P Rangefinder camera unveiled

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Tweet Leica has unveiled the Leica M-P, a rangefinder camera for professional photographers. This camera has an enlarged buffer memory of 2GB, making it twice as fast as capturing shots in sequence than the Leica M. It also makes use of the sapphire crystal glass for the protective cover of…

Canon EOS 1200D Vs. Nikon D3300 – The Flyweight Challenge!

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Tweet Canon and Nikon are evenly matched when it comes to the range of inventory. Also, the image quality depends on the camera-lens combination, rather than the body or lens taken separately. So a comparison of professional D-SLRs can throw up varying results depending on the lens-body combination. However, entry-level…