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How DSLR autofocus works and why cross type points are important
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For most people, exactly how phase detection autofocus in a DSLR works is a mystery. All we know is that the AF in the camera we’re using either sucks or it’s awesome. While autofocus can indeed suck, it often fails us because we don’t understand it enough to work around its potential pitfalls. This video […]

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The Nikon D850 has the first DSLR sensor to score 100 points on DxOMark
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It probably wasn’t going to be much of a surprise for the new Nikon D850 to do rather well on DxOMark. The pixel peeper’s favourite website rates it as being the best overall sensor on the market, scoring it at a pretty perfect 100. The 45.7MP sensor contained within the D850 is Nikon’s entry into […]

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The Nikon D850 might just be the world’s first hybrid OVF/EVF DSLR
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This would be absolutely amazing if it turns out to be true. Nikon have filed a couple of patents for hybrid viewfinders in the past, but eagle eyed Flickr user, Anankhepi believes it may be on the way. Two dark circles above the viewfinder in the leaked Nikon D850 photos are the clue. On first glance, […]

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Citograph 35mm lens turns your DSLR into an instant camera
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If you’ve ever wanted to bring together the quality of the DSLR and the spontaneity of an instant camera, C.P. Goerz joins them in Citograph 35mm f/8 lens. The lens is always in focus, and it’s aimed to “put the ‘Insta’ back into Instagram.”  and “bring the spontaneity back to photography while maintaining the highest […]

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See just how many photos a Canon DSLR shoots before the shutter dies
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They say that a camera’s shutter life expectancy is only a guide. Chances are your shutter will die either long before that expectancy, or long after. At least, that’s been my experience. Most dead shutters I’ve heard of have been nowhere near the life expectancy. And I have a couple of bodies myself that are […]

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Why I swapped my “professional” DSLR camera for the cheapest option available
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As anyone who follows me on Facebook will know, I recently purchased a new photographic photography camera system – camera body and lenses. This wasn’t an “upgrade”, however, and was, in fact, a “downgrade”. I got myself a Canon 100D, which is the smallest, cheapest, lightest entry-level DSLR on the market today (Canon call it: […]

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Use GoPro parts to build the perfect monitor DSLR mount
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Getting a monitor on a DSLR* can be tricky. Base plates, cages, and magic arms all come to mind. If you want something a little more compact, cold-shoe ball mount is the go-to option. Caleb Pike has a sweet little solution that uses GoPro parts that make a mount that only tilts and does not rotate […]

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Which DSLR Lens Should You Choose?
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Nothing gives you more creative control over your photo snapping, than venturing into the world of DSLR photo-ing. You can trick out your camera with new lenses, lights, tripods, and more to get just the photo-style you’re looking for. But, figuring out what lens to pick up first can be daunting. So, we asked our […]

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This guide will help you quickly master camera settings and get better DSLR videos
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So you’ve bought a DSLR for shooting videos and you’re not sure where to begin. It can be overwhelming, as there are plenty of settings and variations. If this is the case, Darious Britt has a useful video for you. He’ll teach you some of the basic settings for getting the best video look with […]

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Meet The Aquapac Waterproof DSLR Case
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Water and camera guts don’t mix. That’s just science. So, give your precious DSLR the ultimate protection – the Aquapac Waterproof DSLR Case! It’s rated to keep your camera bone dry down to 30 ft below the water’s surface. Aquapac protects your photo snapping pal from sand, snow, rain and all your messiest adventures. Head […]

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Camera Showdown: Phone v. DSLR
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We’re going to answer the age old* question “What’s a better camera – a phone or a DSLR?” once and for all.** *The actual age of the question is something like 15 year. The first camera phone was released in 2002. **Not “for all” so much – it’s pretty subjective. Look at our pretty chart […]

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