In the past, with DSLR and earlier than that with film cameras, being able to nail the perfect portrait with your subject's eyes being in sharp focus was difficult, especially if you were using super-fast prime lenses.
The Sigma FP is yet another reason why Sigma should stop making cameras. The title for this piece came from a conversation with Reviews Editor Paul Ip. It started over a game of Diablo III and my telling him that I’m going to shoot the sunset one night. “Are people buying that camera to do
The search for the perfect camera is one that goes on in every photographer's life, and it is a journey that will probably never end. While we all love the respective systems that we choose to use, you can't deny that you wish your camera had a feature that was found in another brand.
Are you ready to upgrade your current camera? Do you want to save hundreds, possibly thousands of dollars? If so, you need to check out these hot camera deals. For a limited time, you can get the Canon RP with a 24-105mm lens for $999, the Nikon Z6 for just $1,596.
Entry level cameras; this is a term that used to mean bargain basement cameras with little to no features that were sold at big box stores to the masses. Today, these cameras can still be picked up at big box stores for low prices, but new entry level cameras are anything but barebones.
Cameras with IBIS aren't new anymore, but it’s only in the last few years or so that the technology has worked its way into more affordable camera bodies. The benefits of IBIS are quite excellent. Being able to attach any lens to cameras with IBIS and being able to take advantage of stabilization is a game-changer, especially when it comes to shooting in low light.
In the not too distant past, things weren't all peaches and cream when it came to high ISO performance in affordable cameras. Unless you had bottomless pockets and could afford top of the line cameras, shooting in low light was a challenge.