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Jake Estes tests the Tamron 18-300mm f/3.5-6.3 for FUJIFILM X, a versatile ultra-wide to telephoto lens. This zoom lens was created for the X-mount/APS-C format and is a perfect all-arounder, because it covers almost any shooting situation. Will you be adding this lens to your kit? Share your thoughts on it in the Comments, below.
by Todd Vorenkamp · Posted 12/13/2021
If you have been around digital things long enough, you know that not all data storage is equal. Although memory cards might look the same, you’ll see a range of prices and specs from card to card. And, when it comes to storing your valuable images, you don’t really want to take chances—you need to trust your brand of memory card. Samsung has released the latest versions of its EVO Plus UHS-I microSDXC memory cards, featuring more storage and more speed than the previous EVO lineup.
Fast and compact, these new Tamron lenses are a welcome addition to any photographer's kit! You don't have to sacrifice image quality for these lightweight lenses. The 28-75mm offers a bright f/2.8 maximum aperture, improved sharpness, faster and more precise performance, and more. The 35-150mm is a medium telephoto lens with a maximum
by Jason T. · Posted 10/13/2021
Back with a new addition to its hugely popular line of portable instant cameras and printers, FUJIFILM brings you the INSTAX Link WIDE printer, which allows you to print any image from your smartphone in seconds, using INSTAX Wide Film. INSTAX Link WIDE Printer in Ash White Like the entire FUJIFILM INSTAX line, the new Link WIDE printer is, most essentially, about one thing—fun. In a world where Instagram and Snapchat reign
by Cory Rice · Posted 09/30/2021
The Dayled 2000 PRO Dual-Color is one of nine freshly updated LED Fresnels from Lupo created for photographers, cinematographers, and studios looking for serious power and precise control from a continuous light. Perched at the top of the Dayled lineup in terms of strength and versatility, the new 2000 PRO Dual-Color features an expanded CCT range, wider beam angle, and handful of practical updates over its predecessor. My first
It has been more than four years since FUJIFILM entered the mirrorless medium format market with the original GFX 50S, and now the company is finally getting around to updating the focal point of this system with the GFX 50S II. Version II of this groundbreaking model sees a revised design, more in line with the recent GFX 100S, along with faster performance and the inclusion of in-body image stabilization (IBIS). The GFX 50S II is a more
Join the B&H team in the field as they use the Nikon Z 6II and Z 7II, testing the low-light features, AF tracking, and all-around speed in a photoshoot. Click here to learn more about the Nikon Z 6II and Z 7II. Have any
Introducing the Panasonic Lumix 25-50mm f/1.7 Zoom Lens, designed for Micro Four Thirds cameras. This Panasonic Lumix lens utilizes Leica glass and was created for photographers and videographers. The constant aperture of f/1.7 gives you beautifully compressed close-ups, and the details are crisp from edge to edge. The stepless aperture ring, linear focusing ability, and smooth manual focus make this a great filmmaking lens, as well
by Shawn C. Steiner · Posted 07/22/2021
Not gonna lie—the ZEISS ZX1 is not for everyone. It’s a unique, beautiful, and pricey camera option for a select few. Summed up, it is a full-frame camera system with integrated editing and sharing features in a compact, all-in-one body meant to be a perfect companion for capturing life’s moments. If all those things appeal to you, then it could be close to the perfect camera.
by Bjorn Petersen · Posted 07/06/2021
Despite photography’s embrace of digital media and sharing, there’s still nothing quite like a physical print as the ultimate way to realize the power of a photograph. Especially in a time when sharing is primarily done in digital form, printing your photos is a statement, and it’s a place and time to be decisive about how your photographs look in physical form. Canson Infinity obviously understands the importance of choice in physical media and has recently released four new papers within its
by Cory Rice · Posted 07/01/2021
In a market oversaturated with LEDs competing to do a little bit of everything, I found Lupo’s Superpanel Dual Color 30 LED Panel to be a welcome return to simplicity in function and design. Whether lighting for photo or video, this bi-color LED can reliably match 3200-5600K ambient light or serve as a powerful key source on its own. Out of the box, this light is sturdy and easy to handle. Measuring 13.4 x 12.6 x 3.9" and weighing 8.2 pounds
Jake Estes and Bobby Sansivero test the Angler FastBox Octagonal Softbox on an outdoor portrait photo shoot. As the name implies, this softbox sets up quickly and easily, snapping into place and locking in one motion. If you’re a portrait or wedding photographer, the Angler FastBox Octagonal Softbox is a must have! Would you add this to your photography gear list? Share your thoughts in the Comments section, below.
by M. Brett Smith · Posted 06/24/2021
Despite my fairly extensive history reviewing and even developing wearable tech, I don’t think I’ve ever come across a device that elicited more of a “Thinking Face” emoji than the Wristcam. A dual-camera watch band that connects to and works with your Apple Watch? Hmmm. The premise alone had me intrigued. After all, it’s not hard to imagine the possible advantages of having a capable camera on your wrist. In my mind, I
In this tutorial, we show you how to set up your Wacom Intuos Pro Creative Pen Tablet and customize its settings to suit your Photoshop needs. Are you a Wacom user? Watch this tutorial and get started! Click here to watch our tutorial on Photo Editing with the
by Allan Weitz · Posted 06/03/2021
Common sense says if you’re going to take sharp, dramatic photographs at a fast-action sporting event, make sure you have an autofocus lens that is at least 300mm or longer, and fast (f/2.8 or f/4) and, IMHO, preferably a zoom. As part of our coverage of Sports Week, I thought it might be fun to photograph the opening night of the 2021 racing season at the New London-Waterford Speedbowl using a lens that falls seriously short on all but one of those critical points of common sense. Photographs © Allan Weitz 2021 The Tokina