Sigma 14-24 mm f:2.8 DG HSM Art

The Sigma 14-24 mm f/2.8 DG HSM Art lens is designed for high-megapixel interchangeable lens mirrorless cameras. Sigma‘s Artseries lenses provide a very high level of optical performance. The lens under review had a Sony E-mount and hence it was reviewed using a Sony A7II camera body. The lens is also available in Leica L-mount. It is a perfect companion for travel, landscape, wedding, architecture, interior and nature photographers and for photographing in low light.

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Canon EF 70-300 mm

Hits: 2Close in on the action with the Canon EF 70-300 mm f / 4-5.6 IS II USM telephoto zoom lens. With a wide zoom range and fast, near-silent autofocus, it can be ideal for anyone looking to capture distant subjects. Equipped with NANO USM technology it quickly focuses so you‘re able to get the exact moment you want, as it happens. The Canon EF 70-300 mm f / 4-5.6 IS II USM could barely be any more different to its predecessor. As well as a redesigned and upgraded optical…

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Corona risk

Corona Covid-19

Many camera manufacturers are now feeling the effects of the corona virus. Ultimately, the cameras and the important individual parts are mainly produced in China. Numerous factories there are currently not working due to the risk of coronavirus. And even in the factories where people work, some workers are not always available because they are stuck somewhere due to travel bans or quarantine measures.

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Fujifilm X-T30

FUJIFILM’S X-T30 so-called ‘little giant’ is a smaller, lighter and more affordable alternative to the fabulous X-T3. It employs the same 26.1MP X-Trans CMOS 4 sensor, includes a sophisticated 425-point autofocus system with reliable face and eye detection, and is capable of shooting as fast as 30 frames per second. For those interested in video, 4K recording is on offer at up to 30fps.

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Polariser

Hits: 23A polariser can cut out unwanted reflections and boost bath contrast and colour saturation in a scene There are two types of polariser: linear and circular. The term circular polariser does not refer to the filter’s actual shape, but to the way in which the light is polarised – in a circular motion. Linear polarisers have a habit of messing up autofocus and metering, so you should stick to the circular type. Do you need a polariser? A polariser has a couple of very important functions. First, it reduces…

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