Canon G1 X III vs. Sony Cybershot RX100 V

Canon G1 X Mark III vs Sony RX100 V The year is 2017. Smartphones have rendered the $200 compact obsolete, and they’re creeping up on $500 interchangeable lens cameras. Things look bleak. But lo! Camera manufacturers have stumbled upon a niche market that can...

Lightroom CC: The Truth Is In The Cloud

Look, anyone surprised by Adobe supposedly killing the pro version of Lightroom (now named Classic) and launching a cloud version hasn’t been paying attention. There’s so much going on in tech, photography and the world, in general, I won’t blame you if you haven’t...

Nikon D850 Hands-On Field Test

I’ve always been a huge fan of Nikon’s DSLRs for photography, but as far as using them for video capture is concerned, calling myself ambivalent would be generous. I’ve tried several times to shoot TCSTV episodes with Nikon cameras, but I’ve always come away...

LEE’s new Reverse ND filters help you tame that bright horizon

LEE Filters has launched three new Reverse ND filters that are designed to reduce horizon exposure by up to 4 stops, helping you get ‘perfectly balanced’ sunrise and sunset photos. What distinguishes a Reverse ND from a regular graduated ND filter is that...

Irix announces 100mm filter system for wide angle lenses

Lens manufacturer Irix announced earlier today that it plans to release a filter holder and a collection of filters in 100x100mm and 100x150mm sizes—a system designed especially to fit its 15mm F2.4 lens. The holder accepts a special bayonet mount adapter to attach to...