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Sony A7R III image quality early discussion

10/30/2017
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Sony A7R III

Nikon D850

Tony and Chelsea North's comparison video: Here

So, after seeing this initial video, I was surprised that the Sony didn't take the cake in High ISO like I thought it would. When I get the A7RIII in here to test, I will definately test this against my D750 and I expect the Sony to come ahead but the high ISO comparison did not turn out as I expected.

Sony A7R III vs Nikon D850

10/27/2017
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Sony A7R III

Nikon D850

Today I compare the upcoming Sony A7R III vs the just released Nikon D850 and I give my opinion based on the knowledge that we know about the cameras on which one I would rather have for each category of photography. We will look at Video, Portraiture, Landscape, Astrophotography, Sports, Wildlife, and Macrophotography.

Sony 400mm f/2.8 lens announced

10/27/2017
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Sony 100-400mm

Tamron 150-600 for Sony

Tamron 150-600 G2 for Sony

Sony has announced the 400mm f/2.8 telephoto lens. This is hopefully the start of shoring up Sony lackluster choices in the telephoto department. However, a $10,000+ lens is not going to be affordable to most of us mere mortals.

Sony A7RIII Preview, specs, and thoughts

10/25/2017
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Sony A73 III

The Sony A7R3 will have:

42 MP Sensor(same as A7r2)
100-32,000 native iso expandable up to 50-104,000 ISO
15 Stops of Dynamic Range
10fps mechanical and electronic shutter
87 compressed buffer, 28 uncompressed
5 axis image stabilization up to 5 stops
68% AF coverage
399 Phase Detect AF, 429 contrast AF
2 SD slots
3.7 million dot EvF
Same Grip as A9
Pixel Shift stacking
Full Frame 4k @ 30fps
1080p at 120 fps

Nikon 200-500 f 5.6 Lens Review

10/25/2017
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Nikon 200-500mm lens

Today I will do a review on the Nikon 200-500 f/5.6 Lens. I shot several sports and wildlife photos with this lens and at $1400, I have to say it is very good quality for its price. Although not quite the same as the f/4 500mm prime or the f/4 600mm prime, it is much lighter and at 5 lbs, very usable hand-held unlike its bigger cousins.

Is DxOMark still relevant for today's cameras?

10/23/2017
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DxOMark is a objective mark of how a Camera sensor performs in terms of Dynamic Range, portrait color depth and high ISO performance. But is it still relevant in today's camera world.

Canon G1X Mark III Specs and thoughts

10/20/2017
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Canon G1X Mark III.

The Canon G1x Mark III has:

24 MP

49 AF poitns

2 lbs weight

24-72mm fixed lens

Fully Articulating screen

EvF

Dual Pixel Auto Focus

How does is stack up at the price of $1300?

Nikon D850 In Depth Hands-on Review

10/20/2017
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In this review we take a deep look at a Nikon D850. We will shoot landscape, astrophotography, macro, portraits, and wildlife and see how the camera performs in a variety of situations. We will also include some video footage and a time-lapse sequence in this review. Gear used for this review:

  • Nikon D850

  • Nikon 24-120mm f/4

  • Rokinon 14mm f/2.8

  • Nikon 105mm Macro

  • Nikon 200-500

  • Light L16 Camera thoughts

    10/16/2017
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    Other options for small versatile cameras:

    Sony Rx10 IV

    Olympus M10 Mark III

    Today we look at the Light L16 Camera. A weird camera that has 16 lenses and 16 sensors to go with it. While the technology is intriguing, it seems that the image quality, especially for the zoom lenses is not that great. Even though zoomed out, you get 52 Megapixels, when zoomed in at 150mm, you get 13mp. I think I would rather go with compact mirrorless if I really want small.

    Nikon D850 vs Canon 5d Mark IV

    10/13/2017
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    Canon 5d Mark IV

    Nikon D850

    In this video I compare the Canon 5d Mark IV and the Nikon D850, two cameras that are direct competitors to each other at the same price and after shooting with both, I give a detailed comparison and conclusion of which one reigns supreme.