Author archives: Gordon Laing

Olympus CAMEDIA C-800L retro 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!…

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Apple QuickTake 100 retro review

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!…

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Canon EOS R8 review

The Canon EOS R8 is a compact full-frame mirrorless camera that packs the photo, video and autofocus quality of the R6 II into a smaller, lighter and much more affordable body. There’s obviously sacrifices, but does it now become the best value full-framer? Find out in my review! …

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Sony FE 20-70mm f4 G review

The FE 20-70mm f4 G is a general-purpose zoom for Sony mirrorless cameras, widening the range from 24-70 models, making it more attractive to vloggers or anyone who wants to capture large views. Find out more in my full review!…

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