Now that Canon has gone and made official what we’ve been reporting for the past few weeks, the has come time to indulge in some hands-on time with ...On June 8, 2012 / By Manuel A. Calle
The weeks upon weeks of reports from the rumor-mills have once again materialized into the world of legitimacy, as Leica has just officially announced the Summicron-M 50mm f/2 ...On May 10, 2012 / By Manuel A. Calle
Right on schedule, and unsurprisingly to those who have been following the D3200′s rumor run these past few months, Nikon has officially announced their 24.2 MP entry level ...On April 19, 2012 / By Manuel A. Calle
With all of the recent cinema camera buzz focused steadily on an established market and to those who can justify a $15-40,000 purchase by the sheer volume of ...On April 16, 2012 / By Manuel A. Calle
Surprisingly enough, it seems as though Canon was able to keep at least one camera announcement under the wraps from the general public this year, quietly unveiling their ...On April 3, 2012 / By Manuel A. Calle
If it wasn’t for Andrew Reid of EOSHD’s initial report, claiming the existence of a Sony FS700, the 4K-ready successor to the acclaimed FS100, one might have been ...On April 2, 2012 / By Manuel A. Calle
If you have deep pockets and enjoy the feeling of having the most limited of limited-edition camera gear, the newly announced all white Leica M9-P might just be ...On March 23, 2012 / By Manuel A. Calle
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