Firework displays can be spectacular but present a number of challenges to capture in-camera. In my simple guide I'll share my tips and techniques for photographing fireworks!
With the Z 70-180mm f2.8 Nikon has completed another trinity of f2.8 zoom lenses which are relatively small, lightweight, and affordable. Find out how the new lens compares to Nikon's professional alternative in my review so far!
The Z 180-600mm f5.6-6.3 VR is Nikon's longest zoom lens to date. With it's relatively low weight, optical image stabilization, and 3.3x zoom range it should be a versatile lens for wildlife, sports, or aircraft photography. Find out more in my review so far!
The SQ40 is an analogue instant camera that uses Fujifilm's instax Square film. Like the Mini 40, the SQ40 swaps pastel colours for a more serious look. Find out if it's for you in my review!
The Sigma 14mm f1.4 DG DN Art is the fastest non-fisheye 14 to date, making it perfect for astro, while also being equally good at landscape, architecture and dramatic video. Find out how it compares to Sony’s 14 1.8 GM in my in-depth review!
The XF 8mm f3.5 is an ultra wide prime lens for X-mount, and becomes Fujifilm’s widest prime lens in the system to date, delivering coverage equivalent to 12mm - ideal for expansive landscapes, huge architectural views and wide-field milky-way shots, not to mention dramatic video whether you’re behind or in front of the camera. Here's my review so far!
The Fujifilm X-S20 is a compact mid-range mirrorless camera with a 26 Megapixel APSC sensor, 6.2k open gate video and IBIS. Find out if it's your ideal camera in my review!
The Canon RF 28mm f2.8 is a mild wide prime lens for EOS R mirrorless cameras, and the slimmest RF lens to date. Canon’s achieved the compact size and light weight with some innovative lens elements and in my review so far I’ll show you everything I know!
The Canon EOS R100 is a compact entry-level mirrorless camera with a cropped APSC sensor aimed at anyone wanting a step-up in control and quality over their phone. Find out what’s new - or missing - versus the R50, R10 and R7 in my review so far!
The Epson EcoTank ET-18100 is an A3+ photo printer which uses six refillable ink tanks, making it cheaper to run than cartridge-based models. Find out if it's for you in my review!
The Canon PowerShot V10 is a vlogging camera that combines the quality of the popular G7X III with a bunch of features tailor-made for those who love making videos. Here's my review!
The Mitakon Speedmaster is a mild telephoto prime lens with a bright focal ratio of f1.2. It's manual focus only but also much cheaper than the alternatives from Nikon and Canon. How does Zhongyi's lens perform - especially regarding Bokeh? Find out in my full review.
The Canon RF 100-300mm f2.8L IS USM is a high-end telephoto zoom, aimed at close-range sports or where you need a little more reach than a 70-200. Find out more in my hands-on preview!
The Sigma 23mm f1.4 DC DN is a mild wide angle lens designed for mirrorless cameras with cropped APSC sensors. Available in Sony-e, Leica-L and Fujifilm-X mounts, it delivers coverage equivalent to 35mm. Here's my in-depth review!
The Z 85mm f1.2 S is Nikon's second prime lens with a bright focal ratio of f1.2. Aimed at wedding, fashion, or portrait photographers does it deliver the goods - especially regarding Bokeh? Find out in my full review.
The Sigma 17mm f4 DG DN is an ultra wide-angle prime lens for full-frame mirrorless cameras - and spoiler alert, it’s one of the most fun lenses I’ve tested in a while. Here's my review!
The Sigma 50mm f2 DG DN is a standard prime lens for full-frame mirrorless cameras, initially available in Sony-e and Leica-L mounts. Can it stand out in a crowded market of 50s? Find out in my review!
The Sony ZV-E1 is a full-frame mirrorless camera which packs the A7S III sensor into a smaller body with features designed to make filming easier, especially if you’re a team of one. Here's my review!
The Z 26mm f2.8 is Nikon's smallest and lightest Z-Nikkor to date. How does it compare to their 24mm and 28mm prime lenses? Find out in my full review.
Back in 1996, Olympus launched their first consumer digital cameras under the new CAMEDIA brand, including the flagship C-800L. It looked traditional but packed more pixels and memory than most rivals. Here's its story!
The INSTAX Mini 12 is the latest instant camera to use Fujifilm’s enormously popular INSTAX Mini film. Find out in my review why the upgrades over the 11 make it the best budget instant camera!
The Apple QuickTake 100 was arguably the first consumer digital camera, taking VGA colour photos and costing under $1000 when launched in 1994. Join me almost 30 years later as I experience the birth of consumer digital photography!
Is Nikon's Z 24-50mm f4-6.3 worth considering as a kit lens? And how does it compare to the Z 24-70mm f4 S? Find out in my full review.