Category Archives: Reviews

Kids feeding ducks in Lazienki Park

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Tweet Ajay Sood (Travelure) is an accomplished travel photographer and a travelogue writer. His sole objective is to make the destinations he covers desirable. He has been profiled as Mastercraftsman in Smart Photography (May 2012). He was on the jury of Canon Photomarathon 2012. He is also an assignment photographer…

A Worthy Update!-Canon EF100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS II USM

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Tweet The very recently announced, much awaited highperformance super telephoto zoom from Canon is here. The new lens, like the earlier version, is designed for fullframe cameras but can be used on APS-C bodies. So what’s new with this lens? How does it perform? Read on… Design & Build Quality…

Budget Medium Format!-Pentax 645 Z

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Tweet It is not very often that we get medium format cameras for review, and let me start with a confession that I haven’t had the chance to review one till date. So I was excited, like most of you would be, when I got my hands on the Pentax…

Rapid Fire Champion!-Sony α 6000

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Tweet Sony mirrorless cameras got a much needed push with the Alpha 7-series in the professional segment. The new 24.3-megapixel Sony Alpha 6000 boasts of the world’s fastest autofocus with 4D focus technology, which keeps the subject in sharp focus even while tracking fast action. The camera is a semiprofessional…

Just Mount and Submerge…!Nikon 1 AW1

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Tweet Nikon’s mirrorless range of interchangeable lens cameras, being late entrants, have so far received a rather cold response from the customers, compared to some other competitors. But this time, Nikon is all set to set the markets on fi re with the world’s first waterproof interchangeable lens camera (not…