Olympus Develops New Flagship OM-D E-M1 MARK II

Olympus has announced the development of its newest flagship camera, the Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark II, a compact system camera with performance capabilities that surpass pro-level D-SLRs. The E-M1 Mark II will be designed to deliver incredible speed, superior image resolution and a host of new shooting features to expand the boundaries of photographic expression, said Olympus. The OM-D E-M1 Mark II will be equipped with the newly-developed high-speed TruePic VIII Image Processor which is 3.5 … Continue Reading



Round-Up: EISA Awards 2016

The European Imaging and Sound Association (EISA) recently announced the winners of their 2016- 17 European Awards. To provide a background about EISA, it is an association of 45 … Continue Reading



King of Sharpness – Sony FE 24-70mm f/2.8 GM

The latest high-megapixel sensors require extremely high resolution lenses to get the most out of the system. Hence lens manufacturers have been challenged more than ever to upgrade their optics to match the resolution of these modern sensors. Sony’s … Continue Reading


Pocket Bliss! – Huawei Honor 5C

There is a new ‘kid’ off the block in the world of smartphones. In a shortwhile, this ‘kid’ has taken over as the third largest manufacturer just behind Samsung and Apple. This Company is the Chinese Company, Huawei. In their second quarter of 2016, H … Continue Reading


A Joy To Use – Pentax K1

The K1 is the first full-frame D-SLR from Pentax. Looking at its easy-to-use user interface, it seems to me that Pentax engineers have really put their heart and soul in designing this model. Most features, which are generally found deep under … Continue Reading



If I Were You – September 2016

Our Imaging Expert No one can take a picture that everyone likes. But, almost every picture can have scope of improvement. Often, we are not our best critics, while others can immediately point out the faults. In If I were you, our expert comments on … Continue Reading

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Capture a Zoom Burst

Still photography is mostly understood as freezing a moment in time for eternity. But representing motion in a still image produces dramatic results. Motion blur is usually associated with movingsubjects captured with a stationary or … Continue Reading


Ask Uncle Ronnie – August 2016

Confused Some months ago, when I visited your office, I showed you a photo, which you said was nice, but my friend, who is also a good photographer, said it was not nice. Now I am confused. Vishnu S. G. via email Friends usually do not give their … Continue Reading