Sony’s latest full-frame powerhouses, the Alpha A7 and A7R, weren’t exactly slouches when it came to image quality, boasting universally applauded files, but that apparently wasn’t good enough ...On March 21, 2014 / By Manuel A. Calle
If there’s one area in which Fuji deserves a world of praise, its with there on-going support of previously released camera products. As an owner of an X100, ...On October 19, 2013 / By Manuel A. Calle
It’s no secret Canon’s first leap into the mirrorless interchangeable lens camera market hasn’t sailed as smoothly as one would imagine, and quite possibly the biggest point of ...On June 20, 2013 / By Manuel A. Calle
In a rather unexpected turn of events, Canon has just let the cat out of the bag, announcing plans to finally introduce the 5D Mark III’s ability to ...On October 23, 2012 / By Manuel A. Calle
Quick News – Engadget is reporting word directly from a Lytro launch event in Hong Kong that the light-field camera maker is planning to add even more functionality to ...On October 20, 2012 / By Manuel A. Calle
Quick News – To celebrate the launch of their consumer light-field camera to the general public, Lytro has added a few more exciting pieces to the “shoot now, ...On October 10, 2012 / By Manuel A. Calle
Earlier in the month, we touched upon the reports from Nikon D4 and D800 users, claiming their new respective full-frame beauties had the tendency to “lock-up” and become unresponsive ...On May 29, 2012 / By Manuel A. Calle
Early this morning, the good folks at Magic Lantern took to Twitter and released the above image – a snapshot that may not look like much to most, ...On April 27, 2012 / By Manuel A. Calle
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