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Nikon Z6 III Pre-Order Links

Sometimes with big announcements like this one, the official pre-order links don’t arrive until slightly after the official announcement, but they’re live now! The Nikon Z6 III ships in late June (B&H and Adorama specify June 25) for $2500.

Nikon Z 28-400mm f/4-8 VR Review

We’ve fully updated our review of the Nikon Z 28-400mm f/4-8 VR, including detailed tests from the field and the lab. Though not a perfect lens, it’s surprisingly usable throughout the zoom range and makes a lot of sense if you want a single do-it-all optic.

Nikon Z6 III Coming June 17th at 8AM Eastern

We just got an alert from B&H that the Nikon Z6 III will be announced on June 17th, and there’s already a placeholder page on B&H (can’t pre-order until the 17th, though). They also published a pretty good teaser video that you’ll want to check out if you’re interested in this camera.

The 8×10 Lenses I Recommend the Most

I’ve just finished a major update on my guide to 8×10 lenses. This article now includes detailed specifications for almost every modern 8×10 lens, ranging from ultra-wide to telephoto, plus my complete recommendations. If you’re planning to shoot 8×10 film, I hope you find it an indispensable resource.

Canon RF 35mm f/1.4 L Announced

Canon has just announced their widest mirrorless L-series prime lens yet, the RF 35mm f/1.4 L. The lens has an impressively small form factor and comes with some nice video-oriented features – namely an aperture ring and minimal focus breathing. It ships later this month for $1500.

How to Choose Between Similar Versions of a Photo

Something tough about photography is choosing between similar variations of the same photo. If you're especially shutter-happy, you might end up with many similar photos on your hard drive without a clear "best" image among them. Although you could just pick one of these photos at random, I think that...

Landscape Photography with a Shallow Depth of Field

As a landscape photographer, you have many different ways to control the emotional message of your work. The time of day, your focal length, the direction you face, how you edit the image, and so on – all of these impact the creative feel of a photo. But what about depth of field?

Nikon Z 600mm f/4 TC VR S Review

The Nikon Z 600mm f/4 TC VR S is Nikon’s flagship mirrorless supertelephoto lens – a $15,500 piece of glass meant for demanding sports and wildlife photographers. It features professional-grade build quality, handling, and image quality. Few lenses command such a high price, but then again, few lenses are this impressive.