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A Rare Encounter with the Cotton-Top Tamarin

The north of Colombia was once covered by a continuous tropical rainforest. However, due to human activity, its area has shrunk to less than 5% of its original size. Countless species of animals and plants have lost their habitat. Some disappeared forever before we could even record them. Others, like...

Pergear 35mm f/1.4 Review

Lenses with a fixed focal length of 35mm are among the most popular ever. It stands between wide angle and normal lenses, taking the best of both. They can provide a nice field of view, minimal distortion, and a pleasant depth of field. In this review, I'll take a look...

Peak Design Travel Tripod Review

I tend to think of a tripod as a necessary evil. Even with today's image stabilization, a tripod is still a requirement in many cases, so it's important to find one with the right balance of characteristics. What does that include? Small size, sufficient height, good vibration absorption, high durability, easy...

A Rare Encounter with the Crested Eagle

Most who visit the lowland tropical forest for the first time will be surprised to find that, despite popular documentaries, it appears rather empty. You can walk for hours in the green gloom and not find a single big animal. It makes it all the more rewarding when an encounter finally occurs.