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Tamron 70-180mm f2.8 Di III VXD review

The Tamron 70-180mm f2.8 Di III VXD is a telephoto zoom for Sony’s Alpha mirrorless cameras with a bright f2.8 aperture and an affordable price. Find out how it compares to the Sony FE 70-200mm f2.8 GM in our review!…

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Sony FE 24-70mm f2.8 GM review

The Sony FE 24-70mm f2.8 is a bright standard zoom for its full-frame Alpha mirrorless cameras aimed at events and portraiture. It launched the G Master series but in the face of new rivals is it still your best choice? Find out in our review!…

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Fujifilm XT4 review

The Fujifilm X-T4 is a high-end mirrorless camera with a 26 Megapixel APSC sensor, 4k up to 60p, 15fps bursts, built-in stabilisation and a fully-articulated touchscreen. Is it the best APSC camera to date? Check out my in-depth review!…

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Canon EF-EOS R Filter adapter review

The Canon EF-EOS R Filter adapter lets you mount EF DSLR lenses onto an EOS R mirrorless camera, while exploiting the spare space inside the adapter to accommodate drop-in filters. I tested the polarizer version in my review!…

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Tidal Hifi review

This is my one-year review of Tidal, a music streaming service with Hifi sound quality that on some albums even exceeds CD quality. In my review I’ll explain how to enjoy the best quality from Tidal and upgrade your music streaming!…

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DJI Mavic Air 2 Review

The Mavic Air 2 is an exceptional package, and – for anyone who intends to do more than casual flying – it is now the obvious choice in the drone market. It’s introduction effectively relegates every other similarly priced drone to being preferable only in specific circumstances (the Mavic 2 Pro has a bigger image sensor which is great in low light, the Mavic 2 Zoom has an optical zoom, the PowerEgg X can handle water, and the Parot Anafi can turn it’s camera upward). The Mavic Air 2, however, beats or essentially equals each of these aircraft – and other competitors – on range, speed, image quality, video quality, battery life, build quality and useability. In terms of value, that’s hard to argue with; most use cases are definitely better served by this drone than any other.…

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Canon RF 15-35mm f2.8L IS USM review

The Canon RF 15-35mm f2.8L IS USM is a bright ultra-wide-angle zoom for the full-frame EOS R system. By widening the short-end to 15mm, the RF 15-35mm becomes Canon’s widest zoom with an f2.8 focal ratio and in a key advantage over the EF 16-35mm f2.8, also includes optical IS. Find out how they compare in my full review!…

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Canon EOS R5 review – preview

The Canon EOS R5 is a high-end full-frame mirrorless camera with built-in stabilisation, 20fps shooting, 8k video and dual card slots. The third EOS R body looks set to transform Canon’s full-frame mirrorless system. Find out all the facts so far in my preview!…

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Nikon Z 20mm f1.8 S review

The Nikon Z 20mm f1.8 S is an ultra wide-angle prime lens for Nikon’s Z-series mirrorless cameras. It’s the widest native prime lens for the Z system to date but up-against a variety of alternatives including native zooms or adapted DSLR lenses. In our full review, we’ve tested it against a selection of models to help you choose the best ultra-wide lens for your Nikon Z camera!…

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Tamron 20mm f2.8 Di III M1:2 review

The Tamron 20mm f2.8 Di III OSD M1:2 is an ultra-wide prime lens for Sony’s E-mount mirrorless cameras. It’s part of a three lens series from Tamron all of which let you focus closer than most rivals. Find out if it’s right for you in our review!…

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