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Hands-On Review: The Nikon D780
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The introduction of the Nikon D780 answers two burning questions. The first is: “Will there ever be a replacement for the still-popular-after-all-these-years Nikon D750?” The answer is “Yes.”  The second...
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Writing for Explora can be a bit like using a dating app for cameras. No matter how happy you are with your current situation, you are subjected to a nonstop parade of attractive alternatives—tempting you, teasing you, mocking your convictions. The urge to run off with a hot new body can be overwhelming. At least it has been for me since I hooked up with...
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Building upon its legacy of compact, professional Micro Four Thirds cameras, Olympus now delivers an update to the E-M1 line with the announcement of the OM-D E-M1 Mark III Mirrorless Camera. With a new processor and loads of added features, this release should unlock even more...
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I never fancied myself a passionate lover of a battery charger. That is, until I tried the Nitecore FX1 Dual-Slot USB Travel Charger for FUJIFILM NP-W126 & NP-W126S Batteries. Am I kidding you? No. Seriously, I really, really like, maybe love, this camera battery charger. Why and how did...
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If you’re into analog film cameras, by extension you’re also into light meters. This is because while most modern cameras contain excellent TTL metering systems, if you use film cameras made prior to the 1970s and ’80s chances are: A. the camera has a meter but it doesn’t work anymore; B. the meter works but it’s no longer accurate; C. they stopped making batteries for your meter when Jimmy...
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I am one of those few lucky people who has found the perfect camera bag. And beyond it being just the perfect camera bag, it’s also the perfect bag for so much more than just carrying my camera. This miracle bag, this thing that I love, is the Domke F-802 Reporter’s Satchel. Minimal...
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I recently had an appointment with Dr. Google that culminated in a self-diagnosis of Raynaud’s disease. I wanted to find the best “photography gloves” for my condition so that I can...
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The MacBook Pro has long been the standard, go-to laptop for working photographers. It combines the power we need along with the portability to bring on location or along while traveling. It’s the perfect combination that just got even better with the recent release of the new, late 2019...
Leica M10 Monochrom
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Speaking as a photographer who learned the craft of black-and-white photography using a 4 x 5" field camera and Tri-X film, I know a good black-and-white photograph when I see one. After spending an afternoon wandering about New York’s Chelsea Market and the elevated High Line with the new...
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I am in a year-long quest to find the right camera/lens combination that will give me a wide-angle (24mm, 28mm, or 35mm equivalent) fixed focal length setup for everyday carry and general street photography. I have been experimenting with small form factor mirrorless and point-and-shoot cameras such as the...
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Doug takes the Canon 1DX Mark III DSLR Camera out for a spin, showing you that "this camera is all about speed." Featuring a 20.1MP sensor with a newly designed low pass filter and a 191-point Dual Pixel CMOS AF system that prioritizes people. The 1DXIII can shoot up to 20 fps in Live View with AF/AE...
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I'm a big fan of smaller, lighter camera gear, so when Tamron announced a trio of lightweight, compact prime wide-angle lenses for Sony E-mount cameras, I took notice. Included in the lineup are the 35mm f/2.8 Di III OSD M 1:2 and...
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Sigma released the most intriguing and exciting camera of the year. This probably isn’t a statement you’d expect to hear, but I’d argue that 2019’s Sigma fp is the most unexpected and, subsequently, most pleasantly surprising camera from 2019. And not because it’s the best camera, but because...
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Type the tagline “Pro Quality Amateur Prices” into Google and watch links to the company Neewer float to the top of your feed. Founded in 2010 with an initial set-top flash, Neewer has grown to incorporate inexpensive LED on-camera lighting and ring lights popular with the beauty blogger set, while also expanding into microphones and audio accessories, tripods and stabilization gear, as well as...
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Shooting fish in a barrel takes on a whole new meaning with a trio of ultra-wide and fish-eye lenses from Hongkong MeiKe Digital Technology Co. Ltd. Better known by the designation MeiKe, which according to one source combines the words “beauty” (Mei) and “technology” (Ke), the parent company was founded in 2005 as a manufacturer and exporter of photographic accessories, with a headquarters in...
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