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The Nikon D3500: Simple, Easy and Afforable

With mirrorless cameras now on the market, DSLRs have had some heavy competition especially since mirrorless cameras are so compact and light. Well, Nikon just shifted the game a bit with its release of the D3500, an upgraded version of the D3400. This new model has become Nikon’s cheapest, simplest, and lightest DSLR camera yet.

Panasonic HC-VX1: 4K Video and More…

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For those wanting a dedicated 4K video machine with a huge zoom range, optical image stabilization, and good lowlight performance, the Panasonic HC-VX1 seems to tick all the boxes. However, it does come with some caveats which we will check out below and see if everything in this all-in-one dedicated box fits well into this

How Tough Is the Olympus TG-5?

The Olympus TG-5 is the fifth generation in this series from Olympus. With constant improvement with each iteration, this camera sets that standard high within the waterproof category. Do not let the simple design and lens from its previous models fool you. With the TG-5, the performance level will please many with its 4K video

A Look Into the Canon EOS 5DS

Canon extends its 5D line which has been revolutionary within the photography world. This line has combined qualities the professional and amateur photographers want in cameras –  allowing each to have an affordable camera that shoots full-frame. Aside from its full-frame, it is also a bit smaller and lighter than other full-frame cameras that shoot

Sony a7R II Pushing the Boundaries

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The Sony a7R II continues the a7 range, being the fifth model of these full frame cameras and the second highest resolution in the ‘R’ model range. The Sony a7R II isn’t just a continuation model, but has new features which sets it apart from the similar looking 24MP a7 II. These include a BSI

Sony Alpha a6000: A NEX-6 Upgrade

It’s been a few months since Sony decided to officially drop the NEX moniker from its E-mount compact system cameras, renamed all of its interchangeable lens cameras with the Alpha brand, regardless of whether it is an A mount or an E mount (those known as NEX) camera. This shows that some Alpha cameras (such