Digital SLR Tag
Today Pentax have announced two new beginner-friendly DSLRs to their range: the K50 and the K500. They’re both very similar in spec with the two key differences being that the K50 is weather resistant and will come in a dizzying array of custom colour options.
This morning Canon have launched not one, but two new EOS cameras: the 100D, which is the world’s smallest and lightest DSLR as well as the new entry-to-mid level range 700D.
It’s been a fairly quiet 2013 so far when it comes to camera announcements, but Nikon have thrown down the gauntlet with the announcement of the D7100 this morning, their new flagship DX-sensor DSLR that boasts some pretty interesting new features.
If you’ve bought (or been bought) or are buying a digital SLR camera you may have already discovered that the camera itself is just one of the many things you need to make the most of it. While some are just nice to have, others are absolute essentials. In this guide we will look at both kinds; those accessories that you should not consider buying a camera without and those which you may want to put on a “wish-list” for another day.
Light painting is a fun, creative and relatively inexpensive photographic activity that allows you to add something personal and unique to your photos, as well as help you learn more about your camera’s settings.
I am a full time professional wedding photographer. I shoot with a combination of cameras, notably the Fuji X-Pro1 and the 5D range of cameras from Canon. The 5D2 was the first full frame body I owned and I ended up working my way through three of them. So, when the 5D3 was announced I was really quite excited about it.
This morning Nikon announced another DSLR camera for 2012: the D5200, which adds to their consumer range of DX-models. This isn’t just a camera for beginners though – with a 24.1 megapixel DX-format sensor and improved autofocus capability, it’s another impressive addition to an already exciting Nikon DSLR range.
Nikon introduces the D600 to their FX line-up this morning, offering full-frame shooting for serious enthusiasts at a more affordable price and we were lucky enough to get some hands-on time yesterday before its launch. Will it be a game changer?
Bright and early this morning Canon introduced a new beginners-level DSLR to their EOS range, the 650D, as well as 2 new lenses to their line-up – the EF 40mm f2.8 pancake lens and an EF-S 18-135mm f3.5-5.6 IS lens.
Today’s attention will be on the new D3200, a worthy replacement to the extremely popular entry-level D3100 Digital SLR. This isn’t just a camera for beginners though – with a 24.2 megapixel DX-format sensor and improved ISO range, it’s an exciting addition to an already impressive Nikon DSLR range.