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Somehow, Leica managed to improve its powerful full-frame fixed-lens camera with the Q2. Photographer David Flores took it out for a day in Chinatown, where he shows off the new features enabled by the 47.3MP CMOS sensor and Summilux 28mm f/1.7 ASPH. Lens. To find out more about this stellar...
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Even the best cameras in the world need batteries, same as your laptop, smartphone, tablet, monitor, and, I’m assuming, a ton of your photo accessories. When you are at home or in the studio, it isn’t much of an issue. You just plug everything into the wall outlet to charge or stay powered up. When you travel out on location, those outlets can’t exactly travel with you. That is what makes the...
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Join Jake Estes and photographer David Flores as they devour some delicious pancakes on National Pancake Day! Wait, that’s not right. Join them as they talk about a small sampling of pancake lenses you can use for your cameras. These lenses are super thin—and flat as pancakes—so you can keep a smaller kit that is...
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A new G Master has arrived. The ninth addition to the series is the FE 135mm f/1.8 GM Lens, a stellar portrait-length prime. Watch here as Jake Estes and a couple of B&H photographers take the lens for a quick spin both in a studio and out on some New York City streets. Be sure to check...
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Having previous experience reviewing the Tokina 20mm f/2 FiRIN FE AF and MF Sony-mount lenses, I was looking forward to test-driving the new...
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Panasonic made a huge jump with the full-frame S Series. Watch here as B&H’s Frank Multari explores the potential of the Lumix S1R in studio situations and out on the street. He tackles various topics, including handling, autofocus performance, lenses, resolution, and...
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Is it possible that one of the greatest mechanical film cameras of all time was born in the Digital Age? Yep. The year was 2001, and the photography world was in the semi-early throes of the digital revolution. The Nikon D1 was released in 1999 and the D1X was already in the stores when a manual focus mechanical film camera appeared on the shelf next to it in camera shops around the world. The...
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Every time I pick up the infrared camera rig I use to photograph New York City at night, I can’t resist quoting Tony Montana’s iconic words from the movie, Scarface: “Say hello to my little friend!” The reason for this is that the Sunpak 622 Super Pro Flash, when combined with an infrared head,...
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I’ve never been a huge fan of converting digital images to black-and-white. My photo background is strongly tied to black-and-white film, and the black-and-white look is something I’ll always associate with film. In my opinion, digital images converted to black-and-white look… processed. Despite this, my curiosity was piqued by the...
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Lenses come and lenses go… a lot like love. Also, like love, when you've found a lens that gives you that hard-to-define feeling of joy, comfort, and satisfaction, you should shout it to the world. For me, that lens is the Sigma 24-70mm f/2.8 DG OS HSM Art Lens. It's not that the Sigma is better than...
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I’ll admit I have a penchant for doing things the hard way, but I’m convinced that this often presents greater rewards if you have enough patience. Last year, I waxed poetic on the Sony a7R II as a “Thing I Love,” and it was. But at the end of that article I wrote, “It’s still not my...
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There are many reasons to ignore the Sony FE 100mm F2.8 STF GM OSS Lens. It could be that it’s not practical. It’s slow. It’s pricey. It has a lo-o-o-ong name. Despite these potential pitfalls, the 100mm leverages a unique optical design to deliver breathtaking bokeh and outstanding sharpness...
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Doing what I do for a living, I get to shoot with a wide range of cameras, lenses, and photo accessories on a regular basis, and I’ve been doing it for a while. Something that I’ve recognized for quite some time is how quickly our “latest-and-greatest” cameras become “obsolete,” thanks, in part, to evolving technologies combined with ever-clever marketing and our innate need to possess the latest...
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When I first set out to create the portraits for “What is Photography?” I was faced with the challenge of building a series of photographs that shared a recognizable aesthetic, despite being made over the course of several months, working with many different personalities. The solution that producer John Harris and I came up...
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This, photography fans, is what APS-C mirrorless shooting should be. Fujifilm has just rolled out the new Fujifilm X-T30 camera on the heels of the already-popular X-T3...
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