These lenses can survive the harshest conditions and won’t back down from any job you throw their way.
When out in the field, photographers need to capture a moment in the blink of an eye. If you’re a split second late, that moment is lost forever. Documentarians find themselves in these situations daily. They need lenses that can adapt to multiple situations and genres, and take a beating.
It’s easy to see why photographers keep making the switch to Fujifilm. The X-System brings nostalgic joy back to photography. Read more
Viltrox has announced the details of its new 35mm F1.8 autofocus lens for Nikon Z mount camera systems. The lens Read more
If you've ever tried recording video or timelapse sequences with your smartphone, you know that footage can be shaky and Read more
Canon fully unveils the EOS R3 professional camera: 24MP stacked BSI sensor, 30fps, Eye Control AF, 6K RAW video & Read more
Vaonis, makers of the Vespera and Stellina smart telescopes has announced its latest creation, the Hyperia telescope camera. The Hyperia Read more
I’ve tested several Meyer Optik lenses. And they’ve never been easy to work with. Meyer Optik has also made perplexing Read more
We’ve been saying it for years not, but the current digital medium format isn’t really “true medium format.” At least, Read more
TTartisan has announced the details of the 40mm F2.8 Macro, a forthcoming 1:1 macro lens for various APS-C camera systems. Read more
Fact: people like the same thing and similar variations of it over and over again. They can’t get enough of Read more
7Artisans 25mm f/0.95 lens announced for APS-c mirrorless cameras. The new lens will be available for Sony E, Nikon Z, Canon EF-M, Read more
Old DSLR lenses can be enjoyable to use. They’ve got imperfections that you don’t see in most modern lenses. Plus, Read more
A few years ago, we took a very hard stance on SLR gear. We told manufacturers we wouldn’t review them. Read more