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The best DSLR cameras for 2019

For many photographers the DSLR is the go-to camera. With large selection of lenses, great low-light performance, and battery endurance, these DSLRs deliver terrific image quality for stills and videos. The post The best DSLR cameras for 2019 appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, Trends, Digital Cameras, Nikon, Dslr, Canon, Buying Guides, Best Of Everything


The 5 Best Cameras for Vlogging

Today we are skipping the bulky DSLR cameras that make photographers drool all over the place. Today we are talking about the best cameras for vlogging. The post The 5 Best Cameras for Vlogging... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Tags: Photography, Gear, Dslr


New News From the World of Stuff

Of course, the "stuff" doesn't have very much to do with photography—as they say in courtrooms, that's stipulated (in law the word means "to accept a proposition without requiring that it be established by proof"). That aside, a number of delightful new baubles of interest have passed by in the parade recently, as you might be aware. The new Canon EOS RP Full-frame Rebel: Most notable is the EOS RP, Canon's new "lower-end" R (full-frame mirrorless) camera. It's a small, light, relatively inex...
Tags: Photography, New, Cameras, Sony, Dslr, Canon, Fuji, Lenses, Michael Johnston, Michael C Johnston, John W, Fujinon, Larry Gebhardt, Mike Inexpensive


I’m a Spider Holster Ambassador!

I have been wanting to say this for a while now… I’m a Spider Holster Ambassador! For many years now I’ve partnered with Spider Holster on various this. More recently though, and one of the reasons for that is I’ve officially joined Spider Holster as a brand ambassador. I don’t say that lightly, as I will only put my name behind products I wholeheartedly believe in. Spider Holster products in use Not long after I got my driver’s license, the cars that I drove turned into ma...
Tags: Photography, Photographers, Nikon, Dslr, Shai, Spider Holster


5 Tips For Taking Better Photos With Any Mobile Device

It’s easy to have a camera with you at all times these days — in fact, it’s virtually impossible to be without a camera. Everyone has a cell phone and every cell phone has a camera. 16 megapixels, multiple lenses, image stabilization, manual capabilities. Mobile cameras are more than competent image capturing devices that fill in nicely when you can’t or don’t want to have a full size camera slung over your shoulder or around your neck. Mobile phone photography isn’t free of drawbacks (most...
Tags: Photography, Dslr, Camera Craft, Pete Johnson, Matheus Bertelli, Power Of Your Camera Phone


Camera industry is still decreasing with 24% drop in 2018

With Canon and Nikon announcing their full frame mirrorless camera, 2018 was an exciting year when it comes to camera industry. But how has this affected the overall results in gear manufacturing and sales? All this and more was explored in this video by LensVid. While the previous year brought us some long-awaited novelties: it […] The post Camera industry is still decreasing with 24% drop in 2018 appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Industry, Cameras, Gear, Nikon, Market, Dslr, Mirrorless, Canon, Industry News, CIPA


A Beginner’s Guide To Photography

If you are just starting your photography journey, here is a beginners guide to photography, including some of the fundamentals you will encounter as you take your first step. Perhaps the greatest appeal of photography is its a mixture of the creative and technical into one all-encompassing pastime or profession. For newcomers to it, this can be an attractive, but also a daunting prospect. It can seem like there is a very steep learning curve to photography. Yet if approached in the right way, t...
Tags: Photography, ISO, Dslr, Matt Nelson, Cool Photos & Photographers, Kalen Emsley, Olia Gozha, Luca Micheli, Iris Aperture, Mario Calvo, ISO High ISO


A Beginners Guide To Photography

If you are just starting your photography journey, here is a beginners guide to photography, including some of the fundamentals you will encounter as you take your first step. Perhaps the greatest appeal of photography is its a mixture of the creative and technical into one all-encompassing pastime or profession. For newcomers to it, this can be an attractive, but also a daunting prospect. It can seem like there is a very steep learning curve to photography. Yet if approached in the right way, t...
Tags: Photography, ISO, Dslr, Matt Nelson, Cool Photos & Photographers, Kalen Emsley, Olia Gozha, Luca Micheli, Iris Aperture, Mario Calvo, ISO High ISO


24 Of The Best Mirrorless Camera Accessories To Add To Your Camera Bag

Mirrorless cameras are lightweight and are continuously evolving to match the performance of your heavier DSLR, so here are the best mirrorless camera accessories to add to your camera bag. Mirrorless cameras have gained huge popularity recently that many photographers have moved from DSLR to mirrorless even for their professional works. There are so many good manufacturers that make good quality accessories for mirrorless cameras in general, apart for the camera manufacturers themselves. So the...
Tags: Photography, Gear, Sony, Olympus, Panasonic, Dslr, Power Bank, Ona, Tiffen, BeFree, BlackRapid, Newmowa, Ravpower Anker, Fujifilm Sony Panasonic, Billingham Hadley Small Camera, Anwenk


Let’s Get Nostalgic With A Zenit 11 Review

A Zenit 11 review? Why on Earth are Light Stalking reviewing an obscure, 40-year-old, Soviet film camera? Well, its partly a labour of love and nostalgia, and partly because if you want to dabble in film photography, then there is probably no cheaper option than a Zenit SLR. Built like tanks and ruggedly simple, many of them have stood the test of time. A quick search on eBay will reveal many Zenit’s, EMs, 11s, 12s and various other models. All are pretty similar, most will not set you back more...
Tags: Photography, West, Dslr, Helios, Eastern Europe, Weston, Zenit, Lviv, Lviv Ukraine, Nikons, Cool Photos & Photographers, Zenit SLR Built, Olympus Trip, North West Ukraine, Odessa Karma


Worst Year Ever – 2018 the Bottom of the Barrel for Digital Camera Sales

Sales are a kind of barometer of success as well as relevance – and nowhere is this more prevalent than in the optics market. Laboring under sustained market pressure from ever-more-capable smartphones, digital camera sales have struggled to regain their heights and are becoming increasingly irrelevant in the broader scheme of things. Image via Mark Dalton from Pexels.com. And today some even worse news was released with regard to digital camera manufacture and sales in 2018. The latest CIPA 2...
Tags: Photography, News, Dslr, Canon, CIPA, Pexels, Mark Dalton, Barrel for Digital Camera Sales


The best camera bags of 2019

A camera is an investment worth protecting. A good camera bag will keep your photo gear safe as you move it from location to location, but the best camera bags will do it in style. Here are our favorites in both form and function. The post The best camera bags of 2019 appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, Trends, Backpacks, Dslr, Buying Guides, Camera Bags, Best Of Everything


Why I switched from a full-frame DSLR to Pentax medium format

To shoot medium format has been a yearlong dream, but I have to admit I didn’t know it would be such a mind blowing experience. The Pentax 645Z (51,4 mega pixels) arrived on the market in 2014 and was the first camera to ever exceed 100 points in the DxOMark sensor test. For some unknown […] The post Why I switched from a full-frame DSLR to Pentax medium format appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Landscape, Photography, Gear, Dslr, Landscape Photography, Landscape Photographer, Pentax, Digital Medium Format, Pentax 645Z, Ole Henrik Skjelstad


Why I switched from a DSLR to Pentax medium format

To shoot medium format has been a yearlong dream, but I have to admit I didn’t know it would be such a mind blowing experience. The Pentax 645Z (51,4 mega pixels) arrived on the market in 2014 and was the first camera to ever exceed 100 points in the DxOMark sensor test. For some unknown […] The post Why I switched from a DSLR to Pentax medium format appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Landscape, Photography, Gear, Dslr, Landscape Photography, Landscape Photographer, Pentax, Digital Medium Format, Pentax 645Z, Ole Henrik Skjelstad


What’s the best first DSLR you can get for $400

Buying your very first DSLR is a thrilling event, but it’s not an easy task. The choice is huge and it may be overwhelming and confusing when you start looking at all those cameras. In this video, Kai Wong compares two options from Nikon you can get for under $400 along with lenses. One is […] The post What’s the best first DSLR you can get for $400 appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Nikon, Dslr, Kai Wong


Canon is King of DSLR and Mirrorless Sales in Japan for 2018

Canon reigns supreme in both DSLR and mirrorless camera sales in Japan for 2018. And the results are somewhat staggering to behold. Image via Avinash Singh from Pexels.com. In DSLRs, Canon enjoys a 57.4% market share in Japan according to PetaPixel. The King is then followed by Nikon and Ricoh which hold 39.3% and 3.1% of the DSLR market. For those of us that are not mathematically inclined, this means that a little more than every 2 out of 4 DSLR cameras sold in Japan come from Canon. As Peta...
Tags: Photography, Japan, News, Sony, Olympus, Nikon, Dslr, Canon, Ricoh, BCN, PetaPixel, Pexels, Canon news, Mirrorless Sales, Avinash Singh


5 Years On…The Death of the DSLR Revisited

A little over 5 years ago, we posted an article questioning whether the death of the DSLR had been greatly exaggerated. It was one of a raft of articles by various writers on various websites. Some were very much of the opinion the DSLR was dead, others thought it was absurd that mirrorless would be the future. All the articles were well reasoned, based in fact and created heated discussion within the community.   In our article, we looked at how smartphones had killed the compact camera market...
Tags: Photography, Opinion, Panasonic, Nikon, Dslr, Mirrorless, Canon, Lens, Mark, Chris Barbalis, Jay Wennington Are Mirrorless Cameras, Kushagra Kevat, Sony Fuji


The best travel cameras of 2019

Hitting the road or doing some globetrotting this year? Bring along the right camera to capture those once-in-a-lifetime vacation memories. Here's a list of some of our current favorites. The post The best travel cameras of 2019 appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, Trends, Dslr, Buying Guides, Now Boarding, Best Of Everything, Travel Cameras


From point-and-shoot to DSLR and mirrorless, here’s how to choose a camera

Looking to buy a new camera? Our comprehensive camera guide for 2016 has answers to any camera or photography questions you might ask, whether in regards to pricing, image quality, or weatherproofing. The post From point-and-shoot to DSLR and mirrorless, here’s how to choose a camera appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, Trends, Cameras, Dslrs, Digital Cameras, Dslr, Guide, Buying Guides


Nikon Z goes wide with new 14-30mm optics and Z6 filmmaker’s kit

The Nikon Z series can now shoot as wide as 14mm without a lens adapter. Today, Nikon launched the NIKKOR Z 14-30mm F/4 S mirrorless lens, which is lighter and smaller than the DSLR equivalent and can also accommodate lens filters. The post Nikon Z goes wide with new 14-30mm optics and Z6 filmmaker’s kit appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, News, Trends, Nikon, Dslr, Mirrorless Lens, CES 2019, Nikon Z


Why Cine Lenses Are Becoming More Popular

Do you know what cine lenses are? I’ll assume you’ve heard of them — cine lenses, or cinematography lenses, are now commonly discussed within general photography, no longer relegated to the exclusive province of filmmakers. The bigger question, however, may be why cine lenses have become so popular with those who don’t consider themselves to be solely filmmakers or videographers. The answer won’t come as much of a surprise, but let’s first take a quick look at some of the important difference...
Tags: Photography, Gear, Dslr, Cine, Terje Sollie, Rakesh Gohil, Pexels Focus Control Cinema, Pexels Optical Quality Cinema


Sunday Support Group: OC/OL/OY (and Mike's Camera Decision)

From time to time I suggest little exercises—well, okay, sometimes some big ones too—for people to consider. I love learning, and learners naturally teach. One of those exercises was called OC/OL/OY—one camera, one lens, one year. Here's a description of it on PetaPixel*. So...it's January...time for resolutions...which I am notoriously bad at keeping...and I'm thinking...well, that maybe I should take my own advice and do a OC/OL/OY. I've actually done a OC/OL/OY before, several times. Mainly b...
Tags: Amazon, Photography, New, Cameras, Sony, Olympus, Panasonic, Dslr, Tamron, Zeiss, Michael Johnston, Mike, Michael C Johnston, Minolta, Amazon US, Panasonic Leica


How to take better portrait mode photos on any phone

Ah, portrait mode. Ever since Huawei pioneered the depth-sensing tech and Apple ran with it, it seems every other Instagram photo has that faux-DSLR look. Unfortunately, our smartphones aren’t exactly perfect at imitating the shallow depth of field of a real large-sensor camera, so it’s important to help the tiny sensors out when we can. And even when things do go right, there are some basic photography tips can help you make the most of your images. That’s what I’m here for; I’ve amassed some b...
Tags: Apple, Startups, Instagram, Huawei, Dslr, Insider, Plugged


Six Things You Should Do After Getting Your First Camera

So, you were lucky enough to receive the gift that sat atop your wishlist: your first “real” camera. I’m not making a personal distinction about what’s a legitimate camera and what isn’t, but when people talk about getting their first real camera they usually mean a mirrorless or DSLR body that can accept different lenses. The thing about getting your first real camera is that mixed in with all the excitement is a tinge of anxiety — you’re about to step into a new dimension, but you don’t r...
Tags: Photography, Gear, Dslr, Pexels, Kaique Rocha, Adrianna Calvo


Camera Sensor Cleaning – Aurora Camera Care Kit Review

How to clean the camera sensor whether its a cropped or full frame DSLR or mirrorless digital camera. In this video, I share my thoughts on the Aurora Camera Care Kit. The kit includes camera sensor cleaning swabs, both wet and dry. Enough to clean your camera a handful of times. It also includes two sets of cleaning clothes, both wet and dry, to clean all of your lenses twice. Camera cleaning is easy with this kit. This is a camera cleaning kit review and mini lens cleaning tutorial and camera ...
Tags: Amazon, Photography, Photographers, Nikon, Dslr, Lens, Joseph, Ben, Linda, Dustin, Scott Wyden Kivowitz, Delkin, Great Great, Temi, Aurora Camera Care Kit Review, Aurora Camera Care


Shooting a Car with a Polarizer Changed My Life

Photography for me has always been nothing more than a hobby, so it was never a high priority for me to get the best and most professional gear. As a kid, I tooled around on an old Polaroid camera and some point-and-shoots. I got my first DSLR—a Canon T3i Rebel—for Christmas in 2011. I traded up to a 6D a few years…Read more...
Tags: Photography, Lifehacks, Dslr, Polaroid, Canon, Car Photography


My product launch wishlist for Instagram, Twitter, Uber and more

‘Twas the night before Xmas, and all through the house, not a feature was stirring from the designer’s mouse . . . Not Twitter! Not Uber, Not Apple or Pinterest! On Facebook! On Snapchat! On Lyft or on Insta! . . . From the sidelines I ask you to flex your code’s might. Happy Xmas to all if you make these apps right. Instagram See More Like This – A button on feed posts that when tapped inserts a burst of similar posts before the timeline continues. Want to see more fashion, sunsets, selfie...
Tags: Ios, Social, Startups, TC, Mobile, Facebook, Lyft, Uber, Apps, Twitter, Spotify, Pinterest, Instagram, Opinion, Tech, Snapchat


Nikon D5500 and D7200 officially discontinued

The Nikon D5500 and D7200 have officially been discontinued. Both cameras are currently listed as “old” on the official Nikon Japan website, and they will not be produced any longer. Both the Nikon D5500 and the D7200 were launched in 2015. According to DxO, the D7200 was, at the time, the best APS-C camera they’d […] The post Nikon D5500 and D7200 officially discontinued appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Gear, Nikon, Dslr, Nikon DSLR, Nikon Japan, D7200, Discontinued Gear, D5500, Nikon D5500, Nikon D7200


This device backs up DSLR photos using 4G and works as a wireless tether

What if you could back up your photos as you shoot, instead of at home? The Cambuddy Plus is an accessory that uses 4G and high-speed Wi-Fi to automatically back up photos to a cloud service. The post This device backs up DSLR photos using 4G and works as a wireless tether appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, News, Wi-fi, Trends, Kickstarter, 4G, Dslr, CamBuddy


Why this filmmaker still uses an 8-year-old DSLR

2018 has been pretty exciting when it comes to photo gear. While many photographers and filmmakers are upgrading or completely switching systems, some prefer using their old gear for years. Filmmaker Darious Britt has used a Canon 60D for eight years now, even though there are so many better cameras now available in the market. […] The post Why this filmmaker still uses an 8-year-old DSLR appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Dslr, Canon, Darious Britt



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