Canon RF 24-105 mm f/4-7.1 IS STM Zoom

Canon RF 24-105 mm

Hits: 19An excellent everyday enthusiast lens The Canon RF 24-105 mm f/4-7.1 IS STM is a smaller, lighter and more affordable alternative to the Canon RF 24-105 mm f/4 L IS USM – the kit lens released with the Canon EOS R in October 2018. This lens‘ primary features are represented by the differences to its big brother. It‘s positively tiny compared with the form factor of the L-series version. It also features an STM (stepper) motor, rather than the USM (ultrasonic) of the L lens, delivering near-silent focus but…


Tokina 400 mm f/8 Reflex MF telefoto lens


Tokina today presents the SZX Super Tele 400mm F8 Reflex MF – a new representative of the almost extinct genus of mirror tele. Measured by its large focal length, it is compact, light and inexpensive. Tokina equips the purely manual SZX Super Tele 400 mm f / 8 Reflex MF with a T2 connection, via which it can be adapted to DSLRs from Canon and Nikon and mirrorless from Fujifilm, Sony and MFT.


PortraitPro 19 with Artificial Intelligence

PortraitPro 19

Hits: 9Retouching portraits has never been easier thanks to Artificial Intelligence face detection, improved skin smoothing and a host of new features for photographers. PortraitPro has been around for quite a few years and has always been regarded as one of the quickest and easiest software options for performing advanced portrait retouching such as skin smoothing at the touch of a button. And while it‘s not going to be used by professional photographers and retouchers, it allows enthusiast photographers to achieve impressive results in a matter of minutes. PortraitPro 19…


Sigma Zoom lens 14-24 mm f/2,8 DG DN Art

Hits: 9Sigma 14-24 mm f/2.8 DG DN Art: A super-wide zoom reinvented for mirrorless cameras Sigma’s 14-24 mm Art lens for full-frame Canon and Nikon SLRs was well received on its launch in 2018 – not only for its exceptional build and image qualities, but also because it was remarkably free of distortions for a super-wide-angle zoom. Two years down the line, Sigma has reinvented the lens for full-frame Sony E-mount and Leica L-mount mirrorless cameras, the latter being an attractive option for Panasonic Lumix S-series shooters. A far cry…


Canon EF 24-70 mm f/2,8L II USM

Hits: 6It‘s compact, for a 24-70 mm f/2.8 zoom, but lacks stabilization Designed for the most demanding enthusiast and pro photographers, the original edition of this lens was launched back in 2002. The Mark II is the result of a major revamp and hit the market 10 years later. The upgraded optical design features three aspherical elements which aim for greater sharpness along with a reduction in distortions, colour fringing and colour blur. The aperture is also more well-rounded for enhanced bokeh when stopping down, based on nine rather than…



DSLR vs Mirrorless

Hits: 14Which is the best choice for you? PROS OF MIRRORLESS Weight: Mirrorless cameras are lighter and more portable than DSLR equivalents. Viewfinder information: The electronic viewfinders (EVFs) of mirrorless cameras are very flexible, you can call up and dismiss a wealth of information, such as a live histogram, electronic level and other shooting information. High-quality lenses: The shorter mount-to-sensor distance of mirrorless cameras means it’s easier to design higher-quality lenses, especially wide angles, it’s also easy to adapt third-party lenses to the cameras using adaptors. CONS OF MIRRORLESS Is…