Photography Gear

Does camera sensor size really matter anymore? As photographers, we have never had so many great camera options that will produce amazing images. There are very capable cameras sporting everything from Micro Four Thirds sensors to APS-C, full-frame and all the way up to massive medium-format sensors. One of the advantages of full-frame when shooting
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My college graduation present from my parents was a Mamiya 6 rangefinder. I loved that camera. It offered the image quality of medium format film but in a hand-friendly, rangefinder-style body rather than the boxy form factor of most medium format cameras. The Mamiya 6 had its limitations. There were only three lenses available, and
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Composing wild-life subjects in motion, like this pair of capuchin monkeys, can be quite challenging, particularly if they’re moving erratically. But with the E-M1 Mark III’s fast burst mode and its ability for you to quickly set or reset the camera’s focus point using the camera’s new joystick, you can be reasonably sure you’ll not
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While I used a tripod to create this image of Crater Lake many years ago, with the stabilization tech now available I could have easily shot this image hand-held at the 1/6 sec. exposure it was made at. It’s a new world of lightweight backcountry shooting when images like this are possible without a tripod.
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Flying drones have become extremely commonplace but also suffer from growing restrictions on their use. It’s hard to argue against their novelty, but safety continues to be a concern. So where do drones go next? What about underwater? Underwater robotics company Geneinno recently announced its second underwater remote operated vehicle (ROV), the T1 Pro. Designed
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During Apple’s third major event this year titled “One More Thing,” the company announced the latest additions to its computer line and its first to feature Apple Silicon. Defined as the “next generation of Mac,” Apple promises better efficiency and industry-leading power thanks to it’s silicon. The new computers are powered by Apple M1, a
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