Nikon Z 85mm f1.2 S review

The Z 85mm f1.2 S is Nikon’s second prime lens with a bright focal ratio of f1.2. Aimed at wedding, fashion, or portrait photographers does it deliver the goods – especially regarding Bokeh? Find out in my full review.…

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Canon RF 24mm f1.8 STM review

Canon’s RF 24mm f1.8 is a compact wide lens for EOS R cameras, that’s capable of decent results from distant landscapes to close details. Find out more in my full review!…

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Viltrox AF 35mm f1.8 review

The AF 35mm f1.8 from Viltrox is a mild wide prime lens designed for mirrorless full-frame cameras with Nikon Z-mount or Sony E-mount. Is it a good alternative to Nikon’s and Sony’s 35mm f1.8 lenses? Find out in my in-depth review!…

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Sigma 20mm f1.4 DG DN Art review

The 20mm f1.4 DG DN Art from Sigma is an ultra-wide prime lens designed for mirrorless full-frame cameras with L-mount or Sony E-mount. Is it a worthy alternative to Sony’s FE 20mm f1.8 G lens? Find out in my in-depth review!…

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Sony FE 24-70mm f2.8 GM II review

The Sony FE 24-70mm f2.8 G Master II is a high-end standard zoom aimed at event and wedding photographers. It becomes the second G Master lens to receive the Mark II treatment, and in my full review I’ll show you how it measures-up!…

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Olympus CAMEDIA C-2000 Z retro review

The Olympus C-2000 Z was a compact from 1999, featuring a 3x zoom, 2.1 MP sensor, and fine control over exposure. 23 years later I rescued a neglected sample from an antique shop and in this post will show you why it received rave reviews back in the day!…

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Nikon COOLPIX 300 retro review

Launched in 1996, the Nikon COOLPIX 300 was more than just a digital camera. Sure it could capture 0.3 MP images, but also let you jot notes or record voice memos. In this retro review, I tried out the COOLPIX 300, 25 years after its launch!…

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Canon PowerShot G1 retro review

In October 2000, Canon launched the PowerShot G1, the first in a series of hugely popular cameras aimed at enthusiasts that continues over two decades later. Find out the story behind it 21 years later!…

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Olympus 8-25mm f4 Pro review

The Olympus 8-25mm f4 Pro is a wide to standard zoom for the Micro Four Thirds system. It delivers a 16-50mm equivalent range, taking you from ultra-wide to standard coverage, making it a very flexible walkaround option whether you’re shooting stills or filming video. Find out why it’s become my favourite general-purpose zoom for M43 in my review!…

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Polaroid Go review

The Polaroid Go is the World’s smallest analogue instant camera and the cutest camera I’ve ever used. It uses new Polaroid Go film that produces tiny square prints in the classic Polaroid style. Essentially a shrunken version of the Polaroid Now, I took it around Brighton in my review, comparing it to the INSTAX Mini!…

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