Post Archive By Spencer Cox - Page 7

Viltrox AF 24mm f/1.8 vs Viltrox AF 35mm f/1.8

One of the few companies that makes third-party, autofocus lenses for Nikon Z (and for Sony E) is Viltrox, a Chinese company focused on prime lenses. The AF 24mm f/1.8 and AF 35mm f/1.8 caught my eye, and I tested them side-by-side in the field and in the lab. Here’s what I found.

The Effects of Print Size in Photography

How does print size affect the emotional feel of a photo? It may seem like an image that works at one size will be equally good at any size – but in practice, I don’t find that to be true. Instead, the best print size changes from photo to photo. It’s all about what you want to say.

What’s the Best Nikon Z Midrange Zoom?

I've had the privilege to test all of Nikon's Z-series midrange zooms extensively over the last several years, both in the field and in the lab. Nikon hasn't been shy about making them, either! There are six full-frame Nikon Z midrange zooms so far, ranging from the cheapest 24-50mm f/4-6.3...

What Lenses Should Nikon Make Next, Once the Roadmap Ends?

It’s finally happening – the Nikon Z roadmap is just two lenses away from completion. All that’s left now is a pair of S-line primes: a 35mm and a 135mm. Although anything could happen, it looks like Nikon won’t release another update. We’re essentially at the end of the roadmap. So… what’s next?

Sony a6700 Announcement

Sony just announced their newest APS-C camera with the Sony a6700 – an update to the a6600 from August 2019. The a6700 sits at the top of Sony’s APS-C lineup and is launching for $1400, body only. How much has changed in four years? Here’s what we know.