Month: May 2014

Sony Introduces The Pocket Camera I’ve Always Dreamed Of……

I can count the number of times I’ve been compelled to write about a point and shoot camera on the fingers of one hand.  Today though, Sony have launched the RX100 MKIII and within this diminutive little package lies one single feature that is the sole key to my excitement; an electronic viewfinder. In theory I like to have access to a decent point and shoot camera whenever I’m out and about.  It makes for an excellent way to grab images for social media, blog and newsletter consumption.  My problem with any compact camera has always been the lack...

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Canon Launches A New 16-35 f/4 L IS

I’ve been using the Canon 17-40 f/4 L for 10 years.  It was actually the first lens that I bought with my first DSLR, a Canon 10D.  That thing has been a workhorse for me, but there’s room for improvement in the corner image quality so I’m hoping that’s what we’ll see from this new lens just announced by Canon. I’d guess that this is a replacement to the old 17-40, though it’s not mentioned as such directly.  Of course there is also the 16-35 f2.8 L II, but the addition of a 4-stop image stabilizer to this new...

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This RSS Feed Has Changed!! – Important!!

Hey guys, I wanted to let you know that the RSS feed for this blog has just changed. Previously the feed was www.dancarrphotography.com/blog/feed  or some of you might also be viewing this on a feedburner feed with a slightly different URL. The feed has just been changed to: http://www.dancarrphotography.com/feed If you read this in some sort of reader, or with a service such as Feedly, then it’s important that you change your feed right now. I don’t make this decision lightly, I know that unfortunately some of you won’t make the switch and I might see a little less...

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