Cameras and Lenses Category Archive

Fuji GFX 100 Review

It has now been three years since Fujifilm introduced its GFX medium format system to the market. Since then, the company has gained a lot of traction by releasing a number of top notch lenses for the system, as well as a total of three medium format cameras. The Fujifilm…

One Year Later with the Nikon Z System

It’s now been about a year since I started using the Nikon Z cameras as my main system for photography. This article isn’t a review or a recommendation - instead, simply a bird’s-eye view of how I see the Z system now that the newness has worn off.

The Crash and The Resurrection

The wind was finally dying down as Bill Ellzey and I prepared to hike off into the cap-rock formations surrounding our camp. We both had objectives that might allow amazing shadow and light patterns during the sunset hour. Though good friends, we each had our own agenda.

Panasonic S1R Review

The Panasonic S1R, announced in February of 2019 alongside the Panasonic S1, is one of the newest full-frame mirrorless cameras on the market today. It’s a bit of a quirky camera, but its specifications are no joke: 47 megapixels, 9 FPS, 4K 60p video… and $3700, body only.

Nikon Z 24-70mm f/2.8 S Review

With the release of the Z mirrorless system, Nikon promised to deliver lenses with far better optical characteristics when compared to their F mount counterparts, thanks to the advantages of the Z mount. As the first professional-grade Z-mount zoom lens, the Nikon Z 24-70mm f/2.8 S had quite a bit…

Is the DSLR Market Already Dead?

The announcement of Nikon's D6 stirred a big debate all over the Internet. The comparison between DSLRs and Mirrorless cameras have been beaten to pulp already. In this article, I don't intend to predict the distant future. Rather, this article focuses on how things are right now and how they…

Best Wide Angle Lenses for Nikon, Ranked

Today, I love using wide angle lenses, but it took several years to reach that point. As a Nikon photographer, I certainly wasn’t short on options; it’s just that none seemed to work quite right. If that sounds familiar - you’re constantly comparing wide angles - hopefully this article helps.