camera lenses

by Cory Rice ·Posted 12/14/2022
Panasonic updates a classic zoom with the Leica DG Vario-Elmarit 12-35mm f/2.8 ASPH. POWER O.I.S Lens. Providing the equivalent of a 24-70mm focal range, the new zoom serves as an excellent all-in-one option for street, landscape, and even portrait photography. Designed to replace the LUMIX G X Vario 12-35mm f/2.8, it boasts the optical excellence of Leica glass, dual image stabilization, and a rugged build begging to be taken on an adventure.
by Todd Vorenkamp ·Posted 01/01/2020
New Year’s resolutions: We all know them as thoughts about positive changes that we wish to enact in the new year, and we are also aware that many do not survive through the end of the professional football season. Diets and exercise all seem like grand ideas with which to spring into the new calendar year, but, often, the road to summer swimsuit bodies is paved with the best of intentions. In the spirit of the season, let me share with you my (too personal?) photography-centric New Year’s resolutions. Maybe my personal goals/confessional will
356 Views ·Posted 11/29/2019
Using ALL the Zeiss Batis lenses, Jake challenges our resident photographers to see who can take the best photo. The B&H film crew gives their in-depth thoughts on these prime lenses.  Click here to learn more about ZEISS Batis Lenses
1,429 Views ·Posted 08/05/2019
Photographer David Flores explains why photographers can benefit from upgrading their kit to go beyond the standard kit lens. Flores runs through the most popular upgrades, such as wide-angle primes for landscapes or telephoto glass for portraits. To check out what kind of images you can get by upgrading your gear, check out the entire video. To find out about how much farther beyond the kit lens you can go, click here. Be sure to head
635 Views ·Posted 05/29/2019
Watch with delight as Doug Guerra fills us in on all the details of Panasonic’s latest announcements, which include a world’s first 10-25mm Micro Four Thirds zoom with a constant f/1.7 aperture and the long-awaited Filmmaker’s Firmware Upgrade for the S1 Camera. Starting with the 10-25mm lens, Guerra describes all the key