Category Archives: Reviews

TRIPODS, MONOPODS AND HEADS

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Tweet A tripod is a boon when it comes to photographing with heavy lenses, in low light, or even otherwise for a steady image in still-life and motion photography. Tripods are usually made of aluminium, carbon fibre, steel, wood or plastic. A ballhead is very useful to a photographer who…

PRINTERS AND INKJET PAPERS

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Tweet Printed pictures have their own charm and an archival quality, and with the modern advancements in printing technology, it has become possible to control all aspects of printing. The variety of papers and printing techniques currently available are extensive and cover everyone’s personal needs. The ability to get quick…

LIGHTING, FLASHGUNS AND METERS

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Tweet Indirect Light Bank Octa 190 cm Features: Super fast to set up, with unique EL folding construction. 360° rotating system. All Indirect Light Banks are supplied with a Carrying Bag. Accepts BXRi or Style RX compact fl ashes, which can be easily controlled with the EL-Skyport Remote and Trigger…

Best Ammo for Full-Frame Canons-Macro lenses for Canon Full-Frame cameras

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Tweet Last month (August 2014), we carried a comparative review of Macro lenses for Nikon FX bodies. This time, it is the turn of Macro lenses for Canon Full Frame bodies. As mentioned last month, we approached all lens manufacturers for their Macro lenses. While the initial list included Sigma…

Trimmed to perfection-Sony Cyber-shot RX100 II

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Tweet The Sony RX-series consists of compact cameras with professional specifications. The RX100 and the RX100 II impressed us with their fast lenses and larger-than-normal sensors. The 20.1-megapixel RX100 III is an improvement on these, mainly characterised by a built-in EVF and fast f/2.8 aperture at the telephoto end. Here…