Ask any journalist that has been in meetings with camera companies over the past month or so and they'll tell you about how the general camera market is shrinking and that so too is APS-C. And I genuinely think that APS-C is shrinking because it's being treated almost like a stepchild.
I purposely purchased the Tarion M-02 as a counterpoint to a reader's comment on a previous review of ours claiming that we only review pricey camera bags. The truth that I've learned over the years is that that's simply not true.
As part of our recently announced review testing parameters change, we decided to hold the Fujifilm GFX 50R to the claims of weather sealing: specifically with rain and dust resistance. So over the past weekend, we walked around Brooklyn with it--in pretty heavy downpours that otherwise left out jackets pretty moist.
With the Ricoh GR III being announced, photographers are excited to see just how it will perform. More importantly, the camera is important to the street photography world for its great image quality, small size, fantastic lens, and reliability overall.
The rumors of the Nikon 28mm f1. 4 E lens have been going around, and yes--they're true. In fact, Nikon is announcing a number of seriously cool lenses for their DSLR cameras. The most exciting of these is the Nikon 28mm f1.
For years, Pentax has made very well-built DSLRs. With the K-1 out, we asked for permission from Pentax to be able to do the same durability tests that we've done with their previous cameras--running it under a faucet.