Photography Gear

Camtraptions has unveiled a new weatherproof camera housing that’s designed for time-lapse, remote-control, and camera trap applications. It’s a universal housing that’s designed to fit a wide range of camera and lens combinations while providing convenient access to the gear within. “Prior to this, photographers had to build their own weather-sealed housings or get an
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First impressions of Nikon’s new full-frame mirrorless system in the field, from wildlife and landscape photography perspectives Become an Outdoor Photographer Member to access this Photography Gear Article, plus techniques, inspiration and equipment reviews from the pros! By entering your email, you agree to our privacy policy and to receive emails from Outdoor Photographer.
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Sony RX10 IV at 8.8mm (24mm equivalent). Exposure: 1/100 sec., ƒ/2.8, ISO 1600. Photo by Bob Krist. “Whenever you have a zoom lens with a large range,” award-winning travel photographer and Sony Artisan of Imaging Bob Krist observes, “you almost always have to put up with some funky focus quirks—a lot of hunting and pecking,
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If you’re a photographer who travels a lot, choosing the right lenses to bring with you means answering a few questions. What type of shoot will you be on? What subjects will you be photographing? What environments will you be working in? Above all, you want to have reliable, high-quality lenses that are portable, lightweight
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Tamron’s second lens for Sony E-mount, the Tamron 28-75mm F/2.8 Di III RXD is a great wide-to-tele zoom value. Become an Outdoor Photographer Member to access this Photography Gear Article, plus techniques, inspiration and equipment reviews from the pros! By entering your email, you agree to our privacy policy and to receive emails from Outdoor
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successful winter photography? Be warm and dry. Properly outfitted, you’ll be able to focus on your subject, not your personal comfort. Here are some suggested options to cover the basics. Patagonia Capilene Air Breathable Baselayer Patagonia’s warmest baselayer, Capilene Air is a combination of merino wool and recycled polyester knit in a seamless 3D structure that’s
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“My world is all about travel and location photography,” says Olympus Visionary and Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Jay Dickman. Between shooting assignments for publications like National Geographic, working with National Geographic Expeditions and conducting his own photography workshops, Dickman is perpetually on the move. “Last year I was in 21 countries,” he recalls. “I’m constantly carrying my photo
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In this article, I’ll discuss how I use lens filters in my landscape photography. Chiefly I use filters when I want to smooth the water in a waterfall, shoot long exposures, or balance the light in a scene. Full disclosure: I am an ambassador for several photography brands, including NiSi, whose filters are discussed in
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Canon upset photographers recently after it was discovered that its latest entry-level DSLR cameras lack the standard center hotshoe pin common on cameras, making them incompatible with many affordable 3rd-party flashes. But there’s good news: Godox has responded by releasing firmware updates that fix this issue. Photographer Michael Andrew (AKA Michael the Maven) first alerted
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