This is a brief first impression review of the Sony Alpha 6300 , an E-mount mirrorless camera with a 24 megapixel APS-C sensor. The A6300 was released in 2016, but it is still a very competitive product, especially considering that it is currently available for half of its original MSRP. Continue reading Sony Alpha 6300
When Sony announced the A7III E-mount full frame camera a couple months back, it was quite surprising to see that they basically packed ~95% of the features of the high-end models A7rIII and A9 into this midrange camera.
Lens Rentals has taken the Sony A7r3 apart and analyzed the weather sealing. The photos provided give some really interesting insights into the highly complex interior of the camera. The conclusion of Lens Rentals turns out positive for the Sony: “Except for the bottom this camera has thorough and extensive weather sealing, as good as any camera I’ve seen.”
This is a review of the Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark II, a Micro Four Thirds mirrorless camera targetted at professionals and enthusiasts. It was released about 1 year ago, but is still the top tier workhorse in Olympus’ stable.
Recently, I decided to sell my Fuji X-T2 for a Sony A7rIII. Before I go into the details of why I ditched Fuji, let me briefly explain my journey through different camera systems.
The Everyday Sling 5l by Peak Design is a new messenger bag specifically designed for drones (e.g. DJI Spark or Mavic), small DSLRs and mirrorless cameras. Or as they call it: “a tight, concise phone-wallet-keys-camera kind of bag.”
This is a brief review of the Peak Design SlideLITE camera strap (SLL-AS-3, new version).
Smallrig is a Chinese manufacturer of affordable, high quality camera accessories. They offer mainly mounts, plates, cages, handles, ball heads, fixtures etc., usually made of aluminum. The camera cage 2087 for the Sony A7rIII is one of the latest products in their lineup. Continue reading Smallrig A7rIII camera cage
At the end of October, Sony has announced the successor of the very popular A7rII full frame pro mirrorless camera. Even though the new Mark III utilizes the same 42.4 megapixel full frame sensor, the list of improvements and new features is rather impressive. All good things are 3? Let’s take a look.
The Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark II is an entry level Micro Four Thirds system camera, which inherited a lot of the features from its more expensive siblings, the E-M5 II and E-M1, for a fraction of the price.
The E-M10 II has the same 16 megapixel sensor and TruePic VII processing engine of the E-M5 II. It also has the same 5 axis in-body image stabilization of the E-M1, which yields approx. 4 stops of shake reduction.