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Nikon COOLPIX 100 retro review

In 1996 Nikon entered the consumer digital camera market with the COOLPIX 100. It cost $500, had one third of a Megapixel and was built-into an industry-standard PCMCIA card, so you could simply slot the camera into a compatible laptop. 25 years later I review it once more!…

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Canon PowerShot Pro90 IS retro review

The Canon PowerShot Pro90 IS was a high-end super-zoom camera launched in 2001, sporting a 10x / 37-370mm equivalent range, and becoming Canon’s first digital camera to include optical image stabilisation! Find out how it performs 20 years later!…

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Nikon COOLPIX 900 retro review

The COOLPIX 900, launched in 1998, was Nikon’s third digital camera, but I’d argue their first aimed at photographers. 1.2 Megapixels, a 3x optical zoom, white balance presets and a cunning split-body, the 900 had it all! Find out why it was one of my favourites in my retro review!…

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Lunar Eclipse Photography

A Total Lunar Eclipse is one of Nature’s most spectacular displays and a great deal easier to photograph than a Solar Eclipse, not to mention more frequent too. In my guide I’ll explain how to photograph a lunar eclipse or blood moon!…

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Canon PowerShot 600 retro review

The PowerShot 600 was Canon’s first consumer digital camera, launched in 1996 and sporting a fixed 50mm equivalent lens, PC Card storage and half a Megapixel. In this episode of Dino Bytes, I’ll see how the PowerShot 600 compared to rivals at the time and how it performs 25 years later!…

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Sony DSC F1 retro review

Sony launched its first consumer digital camera, the DSC-F1 in 1996. It boasted 0.3 Megapixels, 4 MB of built-in memory and a lens housing that rotated 180 degrees for comfortable waist-level shooting or selfies. Find out how it all began in my retro review!…

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Black Friday best camera deals 2020

It’s that time of year when we’re bombarded by bargain offers, so I’ve sifted through the deals to find the best buys on camera gear. So if you’re shopping for a new camera, lens or accessory, check out my guide to the best deals this Holiday Season! PS – check back for updates!…

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How to photograph fireworks

Firework displays can be spectacular but present a number of challenges to capture on-camera. In my simple guide I’ll share my tips and techniques for photographing fireworks whether you’re shooting New Year, 4th July or any other celebration!…

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