• Sunset In Palouse - By Kevin Raber
    Sony a7r II with Tamron 150-600mm lens at 360mm, 1/500th at f/8 ISO 160
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    Medium Format - Unnamed ISO 100
  • In Ruins Prince Edward Island, Canada - By Michael Reichmann
    Canon G3X at 350mm equivalent ISO 12
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    Olympus E-M5II 7mm 2 seconds at f/10 ISO 200
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Leica S(007) First Impressions Review

A New S Takes Center Stage Unveiled at Photokina 2014 in September of that year, Leica S(007) availability was announced almost a year later, on August 25, 2015. That’s a long gestation period. This is the third generation Leica S, joining the S2 of 2009 and the just plan S of 2012 – now called [Read More]

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Sony A7RII Review and Hands On Report

  Sony’s Industry Challenger The Sony A7RII was announced in June and started shipping world-wide in early August, 2015. The product’s highlights are likely well known by now, even though shipments have just started. But, at the risk of repetition, here are the main points again… – 35 mm full-frame back-illuminated 42.4-Megapixel CMOS sensor – [Read More]

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