Read reviews on the latest flashguns, bags, tripods and other popular camera accessories.
DxO Optics Pro 9 aims to get the best out of your Raw files with a multitude of camera- and lens-specific corrections. Vincent Oliver puts it to the test.
The Domke F2 has been around for almost forty years and has proved to be a smash with photographers. Tom Mason takes a look at whether this praise is justified.
Swarovski’s Optik ATX/STX modular system is said offer all the functionality you would look for in a lightweight, reliable spotting scope. James Lees from the Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust (WWT) investigates how the system fares on an extensive field test in Iceland.
The Lensbaby Spark is a wacky little lens: no real focusing and a fixed aperture, and designed to make you think outside the box. Tom Mason takes it for a spin to see what it offers the DSLR photographer.
The new Silk Road range of tripods from Giottos feature a clever Y-shaped centre column to reduce size and weight. Tom Mason puts two of its members to the test.
Vanguard’s Spirit XF binoculars fall squarely into the middle of the company’s current line up, and offer a number of key features that help them stand out in a crowded sector. Paul Morgan takes them out for a spin.
The new Lowepro Sling 250 AW is designed to take a DSLR body with one or two lenses and a flashgun, or alternatively a Compact System camera with a selection of lenses. Tim Gander takes it out for a test.
Need a new softbox but don’t want to break the bank? Steve Aves takes a closer look at the new StroBean Strip Light, a versatile softbox ideal for portraiture
When an opportunity arose for a week’s bird photography in Latvia I was faced with the problem of needing to have a large telephoto reach with the minimum weight and size for air travel. Having wanted to test out the Nikon TC-20E Teleconverter III for a while, it was the perfect opportunity to put it through its paces out in the field.
Whilst there are thousands of Apps out there to add filters, create effects and edit your images once you’ve taken a photo, what about accessories that will help expand your phone photography creativity while you’re actually taking the photo? I tried out 5 different iPhone photography accessories to see what they have to offer.