From sport to studio, products, portraits, models and architecture, and even wedding photography, Nikon D300 will do great for you. Nikon is playing a different game than the competition, delivering (semi) pro DSLRs with features and technology seen in its flagship cameras. Continue reading
The Nikon 50/1.4 is practically the only choice within “normal” budgets to get an 1.4 Nikon AF lens. Since the Nikon 28/1.4 AF-D was discontinued, the only other AF choice is the Nikon 85/1.4, and in spring 2010 just appeared the new 24/1.4. Continue reading
Since the Fuji S5 pro hit the shelves, the Internet forums have been flooded with questions and endless comparisons between the new Fuji and the Nikon D200. The comparisons are quite legitimate, since the Fuji S5 pro is clearly based on the Nikon D200 body. Continue reading
The Tamron 28-75/2.8 is the smallest and lightest 2.8 standard zoom suitable for full frame cameras. Sigma has a smaller one, but it is a DX lens designed for the reduced APS sensor size.
The Nikon 20/2.8 was a long time favorite among the Nikon shooters in the film days, but it proves very useful in this digital age too. Continue reading
The Lensbaby 2 is a selective focus SLR camera lens making it pretty unique for the interesting effects that can be achieved with ease. Continue reading