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Nikon Says ‘It’s Time to Get Excited’ About Their Upcoming Cameras and Lenses

[ad_1] Nikon Says ‘It’s Time to Get Excited’ About Their Upcoming Cameras and Lenses Nikon seems to have fallen behind a bit lately, with slow sales and competitors’ releases putting the company in what appears to be a relatively weak position. In a recent interview, however, the company said “it’s time to get excited.” In a recent interview with DPReview, senior members of Nikon’s staff discussed the company’s current situation and its future. Some highlights of the interview include: A priority […]

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Canon’s Mind-Blowing 2021 Roadmap Features Multiple Revolutionary Lenses and 16 Total Models

[ad_1] Canon’s Mind-Blowing 2021 Roadmap Features Multiple Revolutionary Lenses and 16 Total Models Canon came out swinging in 2020, but their 2021 lens roadmap shows that they were only just getting started, as we can expect a whopping 16 mirrorless lenses, with multiple revolutionary new options and 13 L models. Canon Rumors is reporting that they have received Canon’s 2021 lens roadmap from a reliable source, and it’s a doozy, to say the least. Highlights include autofocus tilt-shift lenses (TS-R below), […]

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Do You Really Need Three Lenses for Landscape Photography?

[ad_1] Do You Really Need Three Lenses for Landscape Photography? Choosing the optimal focal length is usually not that big of a problem for landscape photographers. Choosing what lenses to bring when you do not know what you need can be a problem. Landscape photography can come with a whole set of problems; camera settings, weather conditions, practical issues such as hiking to remote places, and so on. Many landscape photographers enjoy solving these issues and it is very widely acknowledged […]

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Two New Nikon Mirrorless Lenses Likely Coming Next Week

[ad_1] Two New Nikon Mirrorless Lenses Likely Coming Next Week When they first brought their mirrorless line to the masses, Nikon took a pretty conservative approach when it came to lens design, opting mostly for affordable primes and workhorse zooms. Now that they have filled in a lot of those gaps, the time has come for more extreme designs, and it looks like we might see two of those next week.  Nikon Rumors is reporting that Nikon will likely be announcing […]

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Common Mistakes Landscape Photographers Make With Telephoto Lenses

[ad_1] Common Mistakes Landscape Photographers Make With Telephoto Lenses Most landscape photographers turn to wide angle lenses for the majority of their work, but there is an entirely separate world of great images waiting to be made with telephoto lenses. That being said, telephoto lenses come with their own challenges and pitfalls, and this great video will show you some of the most common mistakes landscape photographers make with them and how to correct those errors. Coming to you from […]

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Has Sigma Finally Given up on Producing Oversized Lenses?

[ad_1] Has Sigma Finally Given up on Producing Oversized Lenses? Not so long ago, I was known as “noodle arms” by some of the editors at Fstoppers. This is because I complained about how heavy and huge Sigma lenses were when compared to alternatives. I discussed how although Sigma lenses were brilliant, they were a little impractical. With the latest 85mm announced by Sigma, it seems this might a thing of the past.  Recently Sigma announced the brand new 85mm f/1.4 Art […]

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Review: The LensPen Original Is Still a Great Way to Clean your Lenses

[ad_1] Review: The LensPen Original Is Still a Great Way to Clean your Lenses The LensPen has been around a long time, and you’ve seen it under a variety of brand names that act as OEMs for the original product. I had never used one, but often read about it. I was sent the original model (the NLP-1) for testing.  The LensPen is designed for just that, cleaning a lens. The company also has some similar products targeted at other […]

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What Old DSLR Lenses Do You Want to See Revamped?

[ad_1] What Old DSLR Lenses Do You Want to See Revamped? Aside from the common zoom lens trinities and primes, which old lenses would you like to see revamped and redesigned? It has certainly been an exciting week for Canon R system users with the announcement of two new EOS R cameras and a handful of new lenses. In recent years, along with the development of these seemingly impressive new cameras that are about to hit the market, Canon has […]

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A Medium Format Digital Body With Film Lenses

[ad_1] A Medium Format Digital Body With Film Lenses With medium format bodies more affordable than ever, but still much lighter on lenses than full frame, could one solution be to use lenses originally created for film bodies? If there are two things I have deep, unwavering love for, it’s medium format cameras and vintage lenses. The thought of pairing the two excites me in a childlike fashion. In this video, Negative Feedback goes on an experimental trip of using […]

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Canon’s New Super-Telephoto Lenses Are Going to Be Super Cheap

[ad_1] Canon’s New Super-Telephoto Lenses Are Going to Be Super Cheap Since we learned about the surprising new f/11 super-telephoto lenses about to be released from Canon, we assumed that they would be affordable. Little did we know just how cheap they were going to be. Reports from Canon News and Nokishita suggest that the Canon RF 600mm will cost £699, while the Canon RF 800mm will cost £929 — both inclusive of tax. In U.S. dollars, this is expected […]

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