Wednesday, June 26, 2019

Sony loses FF mirrorless market share

Once top of the tree, Sony is predictably losing market share to its new Japanese rivals.

Could this be the end for the Nikon 1 series? We hope not.

Rumours have been swirling around Nikon's unique one-inch sensor CX system range. Will it be discontinued or not? Mike hopes there is a future for this mini system.

Vintage cameras as fashion accessories

You're not dressed for the Forties unless you have a vintage camera around your neck. As Mike found out last weekend

Busy Bees: Leica, Panasonic, Nikon in a big week for camera news

The past week has been one of the busiest for equipment releases in recent years. The really big news was the introduction of the Nikon Z6 and Z7, but Leica and Panasonic added to the party. Mike thinks it’s time to sit back and take stock….

Nikon D3200: Megapixel mania

Only a year or so ago the pundits were saying 12 Megapixels is all the sane photographer needs for perfect pictures. That’s all forgotten...

Sony A7R DxO Mark matches Nikon D800E

As more details of the Sony A7s emerge I am becoming more and more impressed. Today the DxO Mark results were published. The 36MP...

Going Down Jordan

William takes us on a photographic tour of Jordan, ending at the magificent site of Petra

Jack Frost on a Manfrotto focus rail at the crack of dawn

How to get some fabulous frosty shots....

Nikon’s web-surfing camera is a first

Want to surf the web on your camera and upload your photos to social sites without having to take your SD...

Nikonos of underwater fame resurfaces. But for what purposes?

The Nikonos was one of the most popular underwater cameras of all time. After allowing the trademark to lapse in 2008, Nikon — the new champion of the mirrorless camera — has re-registered Nikonos. Will we soon see an underwater Zed?