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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

AlienBee DigiBee DB400 and DB800: Small Strobe Light Doubles as Continuous Lighting

The AlienBee line of studio strobes from Paul C. Buff of Nashville, Tennessee has been a favorite of studio and location photographers for some years. Anyone desiring a compact and extremely reliable strobe with a very compact form factor will do well with an AlienBee strobe unit. DigiBee strobes are the newest offering from Paul

Sigma 35mm f/1.4 DG HSM Art Lens for Canon Is as Good as It Gets

Sigma has established themselves as not just a second choice lens, but a provider of different lens types to fit all occasions. The three main categories of Sigma lenses include ‘Contemporary’ for standard zooms, ‘Sports’ for telephoto lenses, and ‘Art’ for the top end of optics covering fast prime lenses, macros, and wide angles. The

Leica Q Review: A Quality Compact Camera

There’s always elegance to a design which mixes up both old and new influences in one package. This is the case with the Leica Q (Typ 116) which is a 24MP, fixed 28mm f/1.7 Summilux stabilized lens with a full frame sensor. The design is in the same flavor as the M-series rangefinders and sports