If given the choice, most DSLR and mirrorless camera users would love to play with the medium format on a regular basis. The main hurdles to owning one of these things are the high price point, slower shooting speeds, bulk, and expensive accompanying gear. However, all the downsides go out of the window once you’ve
For any long-standing full-frame camera owner, the medium format has always been in our peripheral vision. Generally speaking, the joys of a larger sensor, extra resolution, and depth of images are more than offset by the high prices and slower shooting speeds. Then came along the likes of the Pentax 645Z, which is now as
We’ve put together a list of the best 35mm film cameras, which are still popular, even with the new photography technology available on the market. Shooting with film can be a time-consuming process that yields unpredictable results, but photographers love film because of its timeless and vintage look. Even though 35mm film cameras are more commonplace,
Pentax is back! While users patiently waited through 2019 for any news, work was ongoing behind the scenes to perfect works on a new K-mount lens. Some days ago, Pentax’s parent brand, Ricoh, announced the launch of a new K-mount lens — the first since the last DSLR K-1 Mark II was launched in 2018.
Whether you’re a professional photographer or a picture taking enthusiast, you’ll want a camera that can consistently capture high-quality images without any hassle. Full-frame DSLR cameras are the perfect cameras to satisfy the needs of many such photography experts. Full-frame DSLR cameras offer sensors that are larger than those of traditional DSLRs – 36 x
As the camera world is romping ahead with ever more feature-rich models, it leaves the market open for older models which can be picked up for ever-cheaper prices. Many of these units are still great performers and if you don’t need the latest and greatest features, they can be perfectly adequate for everyday use. One
The Pentax SMC FA 31mm f/1.8 AL is an old school looking lens, verging on wide focal length in Pentax‘s Limited series. Favored as a good performer, the FA-31 is getting quite old now, but can it still produce the goods? Design Back in 2001 when film cameras were still big, this type of lens
The Pentax K-1 Mark II is the latest iteration of this camera boasting new features and upgrades, but not necessarily a complete change from the original model. The camera definitely has some improvements, like the AF Tracking algorithm, with the camera having a great range of features for most situations. But the big question is