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Is there a good variable ND filter out there? Today, we’re going to take a look at variable ND filters. We compare Peter McKinnon’s Polar Pro, B&W, Syrp, ...

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The newest, best cameras coming on the market use a new kind of memory card called CFexpress Type B. They’re fast, but they’re new, so users don’t really ...

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The Peak Design Travel Tripod. Let’s just get it out there: it’s $600 for the carbon fiber model. That’s a lot of money. You can buy less expensive tripods ...

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A while back, Fujifilm announced that they were working on a 33mm f/1 lens. Recently it was announced that they had scrapped that lens to work on a 50mm f/1, ...

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I was one of the lucky ones who got their hands on the Canon EOS R5 early in August of 2020. The camera arrived in the morning, just before my flight to the ...

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Photographer Mathieu Stern recently had a chance to spend a week with the TTArtisan 50mm f/0.95 lens, and he decided to stick it on his Sony a7 III to see ...

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Over the past few months, pre-production copies of the new Laowa 50mm 2:1 F/2.8 Super Macro Lens for Micro Four Thirds (MFT or M4/3) had been going around ...

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When I first saw an ad about the TourBox, two thoughts came to mind. “Look, another console promising to change the way you edit” and “this looks weird”. ...

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Ring flashes have always been among my favorite lighting tools. They can be used as effective key lights in certain situations, but I more often use them as ...

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The Fujifilm X-Pro3 is Fuji’s flagship stills-orientated body aimed at street and documentary photographers. And while it mostly follows the rangefinder ...

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Very few photography brands can sustain a legacy full of history. Meyer Optik Görlitz has brought back a 100-year-old design with modern quality construction ...

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Given all of the overheating controversy and the intense focus on the camera’s 8K and 4K video capabilities, you’d be forgiven for forgetting that the Canon ...

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