A review about the MagMod flash modifier: MagMod 2 Basic Kit, MagSphere and MagBounce.
A review about 4 camera straps. All of them are a comfortable alternative for your factory neckstrap. In this review I’ll tell you more about the OP/Tech Utility Sling Strap, Joby UltraFit Sling Strap, Carry Speed DS-2 Prime and Carry Speed FS-Slim.
A review about the small and powerful Nissin i40. This little flash unit packs a punch with a lot of power and functionality.
Lowepro is well known for their high end photo gear. They have a wide variety of bag and backpacks to suit every photographers style and preference. Most of the Lowepro bag have a distinct photobag-look, you won’t fool anyone in their bags being just a bag or backpack. That can’t be said for the Photo Hatchback series. The backpack looks like a high end hikers backpack, with a sleek and modern look.
A review about the F-stop Tijuana photo backpack. A new model in the F-stop Millar series. The Tijuana is the casual backpack from the new Millar series. In this review I’ll tell you more about this backpack, the design and how it works in day to day use.
This review is about the Tenba Shootout 24L backpack camera bag. A high end, compact but also very spacious backpack. Tenba has designed the Shootout series to be comfortable for active users who take long hikes, city trips or plan to take their camera gear on active explorations. The 24L is the mid-sized backpack, from the outside it looks compact, but it can hold an surprising amount of gear, and it has got loads of smart details. Read the full review to find out all about it.
Review about the Samsung Note 4 camera. A big smartphone with a 16 megapixel stabilized camera and a big 5.7 inch screen. The Note 4 is one of the most capable Android smartphones of the moment, and has got a high end camera with OIS. Does all this make the Note 4 the ideal smartphone for photographers?
A full review about the Peak Design Clucth camera strap. Read all about the design and how it performs in day to day use.
I had the opportunity to review the Nikon 1 V3 camera. The Nikon 1 V3 is the latest and greatest Nikon has to offer in the mirrorless camera market. I was looking forward to review this camera for several reasons. Before I bought my Sony Alpha A6000 I used Nikon DSLR cameras since 2005, and I’ve been very fond of the cameras, the ergonomics and the build quality. So I’m very eager to find out if Nikon managed to keep the good from the DSLR’s and put it in a smaller, lighter body. The second reason I was looking forward to using this camera was that I went back and forth between the Nikon 1 V3 and the Sony Alpha A6000 when I wanted to trade my DSLR in for a smaller and lighter camera. I chose the Sony because it was a lot cheaper at that time, but the prices of the Nikon went down since last summer (mind you, the A6000 also got cheaper so the difference is about the same). So I’m wondering if I made the right choice back then: let’s find out!
Sony has stirred up the market for the mirrorless cameras by releasing the Sony Alpha A6000. This camera is priced to compete with the mid-range consumer DSLR’s, but has got features that wouldn’t look bad on a high-end consumer DSLR. In this extensive review I’ll tell you more about the Sony Alpha A6000, the features and the great image quality. Click ‘read more’ to read the full review.