Bold statement! Zack Arias Claims The DSLR Is Dead With The Introduction Of The Fuji X100S
Ok, if you’ve been reading along on any photography related blog you will know the buzz which surrounds the Fuji x100s.
With it’s super cool retro styling and fantastic image quality it really is quite special. Even with all its qualities, to suggest the introduction of this little gem has killed of DSLRs is a bit premature right? I agree that mirrorless cameras are the future but I still think the use of DSLR’s in any paid job is a must.
Here’s a link to the video.
Looks like ‘ThatNikonGuy’ is one of the first people to review Canon’s latest 24-70mm f/2.8L II.
I think I will stick to my old version of the 24-70. Spending an additional £1000 is hard to justify for the differences outlined in the video.
In the Red corner we have the 1DX and in the other Red corner we have the D4.
They go head to head but there can only be one winner. Watch the video below to find out who wins.
There has been talk of a replacement for the 5D MKII for well over a year now and the rumours are definately hotting up.
By the sounds of it, we might be seeing a revision of this amazing camera in late February according to various reports.
Below is a list of features which *may* be in the updated version of the camera but do take it with a pinch of salt!
- 61pt AF
- 7.5fps (this I’ve only seen once)
- DIGIC 5+
- New Battery Grip with Joystick
- GPS Ready
I’ll keep you posted any further developments.
When iMessage was announced I was really excited at the prospect of having a messaging client which sticks a finger up at the money grabbing network providers and something which shuts up all my friends who use the not so cool ‘BBM’ BlackBerry messaging service.
When I received my shiny iPhone 4S I quickly turned on iMessage but it didn’t take long to realise what a disappointment it actually was.
I noticed a couple of things almost immediately.
Okay, so you might have gathered by now that I don’t like to ramble on when reviewing products but only like to outline the key features and drawbacks.
Anyway, since starting out in the world of Photography, I have gone through a few different types and brands of batteries but I think I have finally found what I have been looking for.
Enter Sanyo Eneloop & Eneloop XX
So, I have gone and bought myself a new shiny white Apple iPhone 4S (64gb) to be precise.
On the whole it feels and behaves exactly like the iPhone 4, so no surprises there then.
Anyway, one of the few features which seperates the 4 from the 4S is SIRI.
Let’s get it out of the way, I am a big fan of Apple and admire their marketing and attention to detail not just to their hardware but also to the software in the form of OS X and iOS.
Having said that I am massively disappointed with the recent release of the iPhone 4S.
No, it’s not because they chose to name it 4S instead of iPhone 5 or the fact that it looks almost identical to the iPhone 4 (no, you can’t even feel smug amongst friends who have an iPhone 4) it’s because I feel a little cheated.
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Its packing a full-frame 18MP sensor, 14 fps and 204,800 top ISO
The 1D X is being marketed to the masses but might not be quite affordable for the average run of the mill wedding/event photographer.
It comes with a sweet 3.2-inch, Digic 5+ imaging processor, 1,040,000-dot LCD, intelligent optical viewfinder, with an on-demand grid, AF status indicator, a dual-axis electronic level and a shooting mode readout.
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