The Canon 18-55mm EF-M IS is the main “kit lens” of Canon’s mirrorless camera family. It’s small and light, but does it deliver the goods on image quality? (scroll to the bottom for sample pics)
Introduced in 2012, the EOS M was Canon’s first foray into the world of interchangeable lens mirrorless cameras. It’s almost 6 years old now, but the technology holds up well and used prices are very low, making it a great…
There are many, many camera bags to choose from, but if you need one that is optimized for travel photography (especially airline travel and its often ludicrous requirements), read on for a very inexpensive option.
Is it possible that you can get some digital use out of your old 35mm film camera? There is a KickStarter campaign that claims exactly that: a digital back for 35mm.
If you’re looking for a mid-wide prime lens for your crop-sensor Canon dSLR, the Canon 24mm f/2.8 STM for EF-S mount is a solid contender; and, it’s compact size and light weight make it ideal for travel photography.
If you want more shots per battery swap and shoot a fair amount of portrait orientation shots, a vertical grip might extend the utility of your dSLR.
There are a handful of lens distortion types cited in lens reviews, but the two most common are pincushion distortion and barrel distortion. Both types are classified as optical aberrations that make straight lines deform and appear to be curved….
Now is the golden age of cheap dSLR lenses, and a popular option lately (for many lens mounts) is the Opteka 85mm f/1.8 manual focus lens. Read on for a review and sample images (dat bokeh!).
This is a term that gets thrown around a lot in lens reviews, but what does it actually mean? Focus breathing is the minuscule change in focal length of a lens that occurs as the focus of the lens is…