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40mm Lens MTF Testings

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Finally, Some More m4/3 MTF Testing: Are the 40s Fabulous?


It took me a bit longer to get back to m4/3 testing than I expected, but we have an interesting set of primes to look at today, the ‘about 45mm’ group, which includes several 42.5mm and a couple of 45mm lenses. Please don’t get all worked up about that small difference in focal lengths; it’s […]

Panasonic GH5s Comparison and Review


Hands on with the Panasonic GH5s – The New King of Low Light?


The Panasonic GH5 really forced a change in the way I think about the term “video camera.” For me and the way I’m shooting these days, it bridged a gap existing between the compromise of a lightweight DSLR/mirrorless camera or a cumbersome cinema camera. The GH5 was a camera that looked too good to be […]

Teardowns and Disassembly

Taking Apart The Sony A7rIII – In Search of Better Weather Sealing


Weather resistant – A term that consumers falsely define as ‘weatherproof’ and camera companies accurately define as ‘the warranty doesn’t cover water damage’.    The Cynic’s Photography Dictionary The Sony A7R III has been out for quite a while. Generally, it’s a superbly popular camera with excellent reviews. We were busy moving to a bigger office, […]

Sony MTF Testing 24-105mm

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MTF Tests of the Sony FE 24-105mm f/4 OSS


Or ‘My Last 24mm-105mm Lens Test Ever’ Obviously, I have angered the Lens Testing Gods, since for the second post in a row I’m testing 24-105mm f/4 lens; this time the Sony 24-105mm f/4 OSS lens. As I’ve mentioned in the post on the Sigma 24-105mm f/4 many initials Art lens, while these are indispensable photographic […]

SpaceX Falcon Heavy Launch Photos

Customer Stories

Customer Stories – Photographing the SpaceX Falcon Major Launch


Something we’ve discussed before on this blog is how operates. While many of the people who work here are photographers and videographers as well, we’re still very much a specialty service. Our job is to get the tools you need to help create your work. So while we’re in the service industry, we still […]

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