Review: Fujifilm XT100 (Their Most Entry Level Camera Yet)

The Fujifilm XT100 is a nice camera; but there are so many better options in the lineup, and it’s evident. I had my doubts when the Fujifilm X-T100 was first announced, and throughout my testing I found it to be the company’s most bland interchangeable lens camera yet. Granted, Fujifilm’s particular flavors still stand out

Review: Fujifilm X-E3

When the Fujifilm X-E3 was announced, I was both hopeful and optimistic. You see, I wasn't a big fan of the previous iteration: the Fujifilm X-E2s. It was more or less just a Fujifilm X Pro 1 without the OVF option.

The Meural Canvas: An Interactive Photo Frame That Responds with Gestures

If you haven't heard of Meural, then the Meural Canvas may be something that you're going to want to pay attention to, photographers! The company has been around since 2014 and have been making art installations interactive and fun for artists everywhere--and that doesn't just apply to hipsters.

First Impressions: Fujifilm X-E3 (Sample Images Included)

I'm really glad that Fujifilm announced the Fujifilm X-E3 partially because the Fujifilm XE2s was such an absolute failure in my eyes. In many ways, it felt half-assed and due to its release after the announcement of cameras with the new 24MP X Trans sensor, its usage of the 16MP sensor seemed odd.

Review: Sony a9

It took Sony long enough, but earlier on this year the company announced a true flagship mirrorless camera: the Sony a9. The Sony a9 is designed to take on the likes of the Canon 1DX Mk II and the Nikon D5.

Nikon D5600 Announced: SnapBridge and New Touchscreen Powers

Nikon today announced the D5600, an entry-level DSLR that replaces the D5500, which was Nikon’s first touchscreen DSLR when it was announced in January 2015. One of the big new features in the D5600 is the addition of SnapBridge, which allows the camera to stay constantly connected to a smartphone or tablet using the free […]