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A7III Review – Worthy Full Frame

I had the chance to foster the new Sony A7III for a few days; it was an excellent opportunity for me to get to know more about this camera. The Sony A7III is the first full-frame camera I’ve ever used; I usually use an APS-C camera for my paid jobs. I am sharing my view […]

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Sony A7III – My Early Review

Introduction The key thing about technology is that it is there to make your life easier and it’s not about the technology itself but what it enables you to do that is important. A good camera should simply make it easier to take great photos. Therefore, this review is ultimately a real-world review on whether […]

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Venus Optics Laowa 15mm f/2 Zero-D Review

Slowly but surely I am upgrading the lenses in my kit to be full-frame compatible. Longtime readers of my site already know I sport a deep collection of Nikkor AI-s lenses, ones that I could easily adapt to a full-frame a9000 or the like. As time goes on, however, I begin to notice the problems […]

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Sony A9 Review

  Before I begin this review I will just caveat it with the following. These are my own opinions, Sony have not paid me to write this, and that the views expressed below are my own. I like my cameras to be simple, very simple, I am not a technical person, I do not get […]

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Lens Review: Zeiss Touit 32mm f/1.8

*** October 2017 Edit: I have used this lens for over four years now, and it is still my go-to choice for a “normal” APS-c lens. Firmware updates over the years to both Sony bodies and the lens itself have made all focus accuracy issues go away, though the motor itself is still noisy. Regarding […]

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Sony FE 90mm 2.8 Macro – Review

Sony is filling the gaps in its lens line-up with a very high quality output of marvelous pieces of glass. Many consider the 90mm2.8 a hybrid portrait and macro lens, and often compare it to the Zeiss 85mm Batis. I saw many debating in social media groups, about whether they should get Zeiss’ or Sony’s […]

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