Canon 1D X Mark II – A High ISO King!

Regular readers will know that these days my camera of choice is the Canon 5D Mark IV because I love its versatility. It’s not as fast as the 1-Series cameras, and not as high resolution as the 5DS R series, but balance of these things makes it a great option for someone that shoots a very...

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Wow! Coolest Way to Store Photos?!

I had to post a couple of photos of this! The SanDisk Extreme Portable SSD. I actually wrote about it a while back when it was first announced, but I just got my hands on one today and it was even smaller than I though it would be! It comes in 256GB, 500GB, 1TB and 2TB variations at the moment,...

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Think Tank Change Up – Review + Photos

The Think Tank Change Up V2 is an interesting camera bag that straddles the line between the brand’s many shoulder bags, and their extremely popular modular belt pack series that  is used by so many event photographers. The Change Up is primarily a belt pack that’s capable of carrying a camera and...

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Gear Check: Canon Drop-In Polarizer

Circular polarizing filters are used for cutting down reflected light from water, wet surfaces, foliage and the sky. Most avid photographers are at least aware of their regular usage in landscape photography, and smart ones have one in their bag because it can totally transform an image when used...

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The Best Lens for Aerial Photography

A recent aerial photography flight in Whistler reminded to tackle the subject of the best lens for this kind of work. Without a doubt, it needs to be a zoom lens because objects pass quickly and you simply can’t be wasting time switching prime lenses. For me the clear choice is a 24-105mm...

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12 Best Accessories for the Canon EOS M50

Continuing my coverage of the Canon EOS M50 mirrorless camera, I wanted to show you guys the accessories that I think work best with this awesome little camera. Canon BR-E1 Bluetooth Remote The fact that Canon didn’t include any kind of wired remote port on the M50 means that you have to use...

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