Probably the most exciting new feature is the built-in touch display on the newly revealed GoPro HERO4. You will finally be able to see what it is you’ve captured.
The San Francisco gear company Peak Design has sent out an email warning some customers of a slight design flaw.
Oh how the times have changed. Gone are the days of packing massive dSLR bodies and lenses. Trey shows us what he’s taking on this Africa Trip.
Canon announced a new permanent price drop on a fair few of their “L” lenses, with discounts ranging from 5% to 33% off! I’ve seen the price drop reflected on B&H and Adorama.
Do you remember the Pentax Q-Series. I’m not sure about the rest of the world bu there in Australia it just didn’t take off. The latest in the Q-Series was unveiled recently as the Pentax Q-S1, but on closer inspection this new camera is just the Q7 with some cosmetic upgrades.
Before you get all excited, no, Canon is not making a 14-24mm like Nikon.
Camera manufacturers love to through around high ISO figures. The latest Nikon D4s has an extended high ISO mode of 409600. Let’s face it we don’t even need to see it to realise it will be completely unusable.
Fujifilm fans have been waiting for this date! The X-T1 has officially been announced. Last week there was a flurry of rumours floating around about the X-T1 and now it’s finally here.
The Tamron SP 90mm F/2.8 Macro VC is a redesign of their class 90mm macro lens. Featuring a fast maximum aperture of f/2.8, Vibration Compensation, Ultrasonic Focus Motor for fast silent AF and a moisture-sealed construction. Here comes the first review of the three new VC lenses from Tamron.
The Tamron 150-600mm f/5-6.3 VC, finally has some availability and release dates! For those in the USA you can get your hands on this beast on January 17th, haven’t heard from Tarmon Australia yet about a release date, I’ll update this post as soon as I have more info.