Category: Cameras

Nikon D810A DSLR Camera Review: Specs & Price in China

Nikon has introduced a new DSLR camera that has been optimized specifically for astrophotographers. The new D810A is akin to the D810 DSLR, but features a hydrogen alpha wavelength infrared cut filter, which the camera maker says allows photographers to capture quality photos of space in particular. Joining that filter are some features that are

Canon EOS 5D Mark IV vs Canon EOS 5D Mark III: 21 Key Differences

Canon has finally confirmed the fourth iteration in its EOS 5D line, the EOS 5D Mark IV. Arguably the most popular DSLR series across the enthusiast/professional spectrum, it blends a handful of expected features with some new technology. We’ve pulled out 21 key differences between the new model and its Mark III predecessor together understand

Expert Review: The Canon 80D is a Solid DSLR Stuck

Canon 80D Review in China 80D SUMMARY Sporting a new, higher-resolution 24MP sensor, a faster processor and a beefed-up 45-point AF system, the Canon 80D builds upon foundation laid out by the 70D and its excellent Dual Pixel CMOS AF technology. The 80D performs very well on multiple fronts, including better dynamic range and detail

NIKON D7500 VS D750 COMPARISON(With video)

Here is a quick comparison and review for the Nikon D7500 vs D750 DSLR cameras. Below you can find the differences of these cameras to find which model is better suited for your needs. The first difference between these two cameras is the sensor size. Nikon D7500 uses the same 20.9MP sensor with no optical low pass filter as the D500, as well

Nikon D7000 Digital SLR Camera review in China

The Nikon D7000 represents an evolution of the company’s venerable D90 — the first digital SLR with movie capture capability and the first mid-range model with a high-res 3.0-inch VGA LCD panel. Externally, the Nikon D7000 is similar to its predecessor in terms of size, weight, and much of the controlled layout, but adopts a


What this review isn’t: pixel peeping and statistical comparisons between various cameras. What this review is: a real world account in a professional environment from a gear lover with high standards. It’s not intended to be a catch-all review, it’s specifically tailored for my own needs and shooting style. Important notes: 1) These cameras were

Nikon D5000 Digital SLR Camera review: 100% optical viewfinder

PROS 100% optical viewfinder Tilting screen Enthusiast-centric controls Dual memory card slots CONS APS-C format sensor Screen not articulating KEY FEATURES 20.9-megapixel DX format (APS-C) CMOS sensor 4K video recording SnapBridge (Wi-Fi) 153 AF Points Dual memory card slots (XQD + SD) ISO 100 – 1,640,000 (expanded value) Pentaprism 100% optical viewfinder 3.2-inch 2359k-dot TFT


KEY FEATURES 36MP Full-frame CMOS sensor; 3in, 921k-dot LCD; Sony E-Mount; ISO 100 – 25,600; Full HD 1080p video Manufacturer: Sony Review Price: £252.00 Until recently, the only way to get your hands on a system camera with a full-frame sensor was to buy a Leica M-system camera, a practice that typically involves remortgaging your

Sony Alpha A900 Digital SLR review –

The Sony A900 has to rank among the most anticipated digital SLRs in recent memory. The company first showed an early version of its upcoming flagship design at the Photo Marketing Association tradeshow in the spring of 2007, and at the following year’s show Sony revealed a few more details about the image sensor and

Sony NEX-6 review & Price in China –

KEY FEATURES 16.1MP APS-C CMOS sensor ISO 100 – 25600 1080/50p Full HD video capture 2.44m-dot OLED EVF / 3in, 921k-dot LCD screen Built-in Wi-Fi connectivity Manufacturer: Sony Review Price: £268.00 Having entered the compact system market in 2010 with the (long discontinued) NEX-3 and NEX-5, Sony has spent the past couple of years refining

Nikon D750 Camera Review –

When the D750 was announced, there were quite a few initial groans from the Nikon faithful, including me. The groans basically came because: (a) this wasn’t really a D700 followup; (b) this wasn’t a prosumer DX (e.g. D300s followup); (c) this put yet another model into the already confused D610/Df/D810 space; and for a few