In this post, I want to briefly describe the way the camera shoots. The shooting experience is one of the most undervalued by the newer photographer. But pros care deeply about it. What good is a one trillion megapixel full frame sensor if using the camera is no fun or hard to work with?
Today, Fuji Announced the Fuji X-T30 and Also today, Canon Announced the EOS RP Mirrorless Digital Camera
Olympus has announced a new zoom lens that would be great for travel photographers or anyone who wants to cover a wide range of focal lengths with just one lens. The M.Zuiko ED 12-200 f/3.5-6.3 zoom weighs just one pound and covers an EFL of 24-400mm (16.6x) and has the largest zoom range of any mirrorless, interchangeable lens. But it’s not a cheap piece of glass. This new lens is made like a tank with weatherproof construction.
Comparing the Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark II and the Olympus OM-D E-M1X
Oben CTT-1000 Carbon Fiber Tabletop Tripod
Olympus has announced new image management software that replaces the company’s previous attempt at post-production software which was called Olympus Viewer 3. This new product is much more refined and delivers the kind of image viewing and editing functions most photographers look for in post.
The M.Zuiko® Digital ED 150-400mm F4.5 TC1.25x IS PRO Lens And M.Zuiko Digital 2x Teleconverter MC-20 Will Make 2000mm (35mm Equivalent) Super Telephoto Handheld Shooting Possible
About a week before Christmas, I got the best gift I could have hoped for. Olympus sent me a pre-production “X” and I was pretty psyched
Prime v. Zoom Lenses. It’s one of those age-old battles like Mac v. PC, or Xbox v. Playstation. While it’s a subject that brings out passionate views from both sides, my goal in this presentation is not to take sides, but to give photographers a basic primer on the two types of lenses so that they can make better informed buying decisions.