Many a telescope owner, after gazing at the sky for a while, wants more; wants to share what she or he is seeing. There are several ways to achieve this. The most obvious is shooting through the telescope eyepiece with a small camera or cell phone.…
Maybe you have been wondering if your branded flash is giving you the best bang for the buck.Or maybe you need more illuminating power when on location, without dragging around studio strobes, heavy power inverters and bags of extension cables; that is, if you have access to a wall outlet at all... In come the Godox Witstro portable bare-tube flashes.
On November 25 last, Tamron announced the launch of the successor of its very respectable 200-500mm f/5-6.3 ultra tele-zoom, the Di SP 150-600mm F/5-6.3 VC USD, the first afficionado super tle at under $1500 On November 25 last, Tamron announced the launch of the succesor of it's very respectable 200-500mm f/5-6.3 ultra tele-zoom (test here), the Di SP 150-600mm F/5-6.3 VC USD. What does that letter-soup stand for, you wonder? Di means “Digi…
Dpreview have published their long awaited in-depth review of the Nikon D5000. I will be reviewing the review in a couples of days.
Good news for D7000, D90, D5000 and D3100 owners: finally an economical alternative for the Nikon GPS GP-1 has arrived!Today (04/06/09) Promote Systems launched a new version of their GPS N-1 unit - called GPS-D90 - with a connector specifically designed for these two cameras.
Maybe the best Nikon ever built? Some will surely disagree, but with over 14.000 takes on it, and considering its price, I think yes! Updated: 29-04-09.
Review of the ASP 18-200mm f/3.5-6.3D IF DC Sigma: You can’t have at All.Strengths, weaknesses, competition and pro reviews. In spite of its optical flaws, still quite respectable for an extreme zoom at this price point.