• August 30, 2015

Review: Olympus Stylus SH-1

In principle, comparing a $199 camera with a toy is something that doesn’t sound too good, but it turns out that this is the perfect comparison to define such a creative compact and easy to handle camera, such as the Olympus Stylus SH1.

Olympus Stylus SH-1

Small and with a very attractive design, it is able to deal with almost any situation and, most importantly, to make you enjoy it from the first shot no matter what your photographer skills are. Its quality may not be as high-end as the other large compact camera but as a pocket all purposes camera it is an excellent option, due its tremendous 25-600 mm lens, and a great overall performance.

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  • April 17, 2015

Best lens for Nikon D7200

Photography for beginners: DX format lens

Although considered an SLR camera in the top-end flagship class, Nikon D7200 is still an APS-C, using a DX format lens which features both high-quality and affordability, so it is well attuned to family users in the group of new-comers to photography who have no intent to upgrade to Full frame camera.

16-85mm or 18-140mm Kit lens

As a necessary tool for this group of users, Kit lens has a frequently and widely used Zoom range, and one lens of this type, Nikon AF-S DX 16-85mm F3.5-5.6G IF-ED VR, is a DX format lens for daily applications, offering good capability that can even match Nikon “gold ring quality”effect to some extent, and has a very good imaging quality in the Nikon Kit lens family. With an equivalent focal length of 24-127.5mm, it can take large-scene landscape photos in the wide-angle end as well as distant-view pictures in the Telephoto end. (See current price and user reviews on amazon)

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  • January 19, 2015

Best Cheap Digital Camera under 200 Dollars 2015

Although it seems incredible, the amount of super digital cameras under $200 is a lot. Yes, now it is not necessary to find a digital camera on discount to stay within your budget. We live in a technological era where cool gadgets age in a few months time. You won’t have trouble finding a range of affordable camera products, but can be complicated to choose the appropriate one. It is advisable to look around a little and do some research before buying anything, since you can only regret the purchase of the first camera you find. At first they seem all the same, but in terms of what they can do, is a completely different story. Sure, everyone is taking pictures, but without doing a bit of walking, that could end up with a digital camera that takes blurry photos of your honeymoon.

You would be even more wrong to think that by selecting a good brand will ensure a great camera. In a highly competitive market, it is not easy to choose the best brand. It is not easy to choose a camera between as many popular creators, Nikon, Canon, Fuji and Kodak. Since all these brands that they compete with each other, there are a lot of good digital cameras for less than $200 to choose from, so why limit yourself at the time to decide what to do?

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  • October 24, 2014

Best Camera under 1000 Dollars 2014

When you are passionate about photography, you just aren’t happy with the compact camera that you inherited from our parents or older siblings, or the first one that you purchased. It is time to choose a better model, but without going broke. So we’ll help you find the best cameras that you can buy for less than 1000 dollars.

As they always say, and it is completely true, the camera does not make us better photographers, but it helps us get better technical quality. And you can’t forget that the camera alone does not work. You need a good lens, and that should be a key factor included in the final cost of what you can afford.

In general, when you buy a Reflex or CSC camera, they come in a kit. It is the cheapest option, but it is never the best. The lens is usually low to mid-range and they’re usually unable to take full advantage of the sensor. If the budget is fair, it is always recommended to buy a cheap camera with an expensive lens. The end result will always be better.

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  • September 13, 2014

iPhone 6 vs iPhone 5s vs LG G3. First camera comparative?

Users with the new iPhone 6 in their hands continue to reveal data from the device’s, and if some hours ago we could see the results of the first benchmark, now it is the turn of the back camera with a photograph taken in complicated lighting conditions. It is a typical night scene with many contrasting zones that manage to make even the best sensors in the market, cringe. How does iPhone 6 fares against this situation?

If we trust in the veracity of this image, and that we cannot see in bigger resolution, the iPhone 6 shows an evident improvement in image quality when compared against iPhone 5S. Its sensor appears way more luminous and the new optic stabilization system will help improve the results attained with the back camera.

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  • July 30, 2014

The world’s weirdest professional camera

On the inside, it integrates a unique sensor – no other camera of any other brand has it. On the outside, words are unnecessary. The Sigma dp2 Quattro is authentically weird no matter from where you look at it.

Sigma is one of the brands with more tradition and prestige en the world of photography, up to the level of brands like Canon, Nikon or Fujifilm, which have various decades more of experience. Even if Sigma is highly known on the image realm because of its lenses (and also interesting flashes) that are compatible with other brand’s mountings, they have always had a camera line – with a really reduced model catalog, but all of them with a certain aura of desired object coveted by advanced and professional users around the world-. Mastering all of its potential has been a challenge for many. Sigma cameras have always been… different, and their last proposal has multiplied this.

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  • July 18, 2014

The best affordable Camera 2014 (Under 800 dollars)

The technical magazine, Digital Camera, has launched a study that compares different affordable reflex and CSC cameras to determine which ones offer the best image quality for the most affordable price. Nikon D3300 and Panasonic DMC-GG6 received the highest scores. Find out why they are the best!

Nikon D3300

Despite being a low-enda reflex camera, its potential and versatility don’t go unnoticed. That’s why the Nikon D3300 is the best choice to capture photos of impressive quality at a low price. This is a small DSLR camera, but it is big in benefits: it is solidly-built and has an innovative one-piece design, it has a 24.4 megapixel image sensor that is able to capture images with astounding detail, and also offers excellent image quality with very high ISO values, due to its Expeed 4 image processor and its low-pass suppression filter. Its automatic focus is faster than other models and more effective in poor lighting scenarios, which demonstrates its high performance level.

Nikon D3300

The Nikon D3300 is the second best affordable camera according to the technical magazine, Digital Camera.

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  • July 9, 2014

A comparison of moire: Fuji X-Pro 1 (APS-C X-Trans) against the Nikon D700 Full Frame Bayer

Vera Francesc Casas (FB profile) has reached interesting conclusions by comparing the cutouts of a portrait taken with two different cameras and similar shooting parameters and similar lighting conditions. We examined the results of an X-Trans sensor in APS-C format compared to a full-format Bayer pattern and low pass filter:

comparison of moire

I was doing a portrait last week. I took pictures with the Nikon D700 and the Fuji X-Pro 1. The results according to moiré seem overwhelming. On the left the portrait is captured by the sensor of the X-Pro, to the right is the one from the D700. It is clear that the pattern from Fuji gives better results than the Bayer pattern from the D700.

  • March 8, 2014

Nikon D4S, information about the new professional FX format flagship

It has finally arrived. Nikon has presented the latest revision of its professional reference camera, the D4S, which we’ve been talking about for more than three months, and so far, it seems most rumors where true. Like its predecessor, both for its price and performance, it has been designed with professional users in mind.

Nikon D4S

The fact that Nikon has maintained the D4 name, and added the "S", reveals that this new camera is actually the evolution of its predecessor, so it shares many of the elements of this excellent camera. In any case, the D4S also offers significant improvements worth reviewing in detail. Let’s start by taking a first look at its most important specs.

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  • January 7, 2014

Nikon SLR cameras to welcome 2014.

The end of this year will see the release of three high-end SLR cameras from Nikon: the D7100, D610 and the new Nikon Df.

Nikon, a world leader when it comes to cameras, has released three SLR cameras that will say Hi to 2014. These are the Nikon D7100, Nikon D610 and the new Nikon Df, which offer an excellent image quality.

No matter if you’re capturing the New Year’s Eve party of the first moments of 2014, these new professional cameras from Nikon are the best choice when it comes to taking your pictures with the highest image quality as possible.

Nikon D7100

Nikon D7100

The Nikon D7100 sports the latest HD-SLR technology, offering an incredible image quality and performance. Your pictures will be vivid and clear thanks to its auto-focus system.

The Nikon D7100 is also capable of recording slow-motion or frame-by-frame video with the highest quality, and thanks to its dual SD slot, you will never run out of space to store your recordings.

Nikon D610

Nikon D610

Thanks to its small and lightweight body, the DSLR Nikon D610 is easy to carry around, perfect to take pictures of every party and reunion with your friends and family. Wherever you go, this camera will be with you.

Also, with its new continuous silent mode, you can take many consecutive pictures at once without having to worry about noise, perfect when you have –or want- to go unnoticed. With its 24.3-megapixel sensor, integrated flash and full-frame sensor, taking excellent pictures has never been easier.

Nikon Df

Nikon Df

The Nikon Df is perfect for those who want the best from the past, present and future. By combining a retro design, reminiscent to the F, F3 and FM/FE, with the latest technology, every photography enthusiast will surely fall in love with this excellent camera.

The Nikon Df features mechanical dials for the shutter speed, ISO sensitivity and exposition, so you’re always in control of even the slightest detail. Like we said, it’s been designed with the best from the past and the present, since it’s compatible even with 30-year-old lenses and features Wi-Fi connectivity through the WU-1a adapter.