Since its announcement earlier this year, we’ve been curious to try the Techart Pro adapter. Up until recently, the use of Leica, Zeiss or Voigtlander M lenses was strictly a manual operation and to be honest, this was part of what made the user experience so enjoyable since all these lenses have precise mechanical rings.
Back in 2012, our friend Tyson Robichaud, author of the popular eponymous photography blog that focuses on Micro Four Thirds gear, launched the TRP line of camera straps for mirrorless cameras.
I always try to maintain an unbiased approach to all the gear I review. Even when I really like a product, I try not to let my enthusiasm take over completely. In this case, however, I admit I’ve had a hard time following this rule, as part of me simply wants to shout: it’s awesome! Oops, I said […]
Since its inception in 2011, Peak Design has had one goal: to help people better transport and handle their creative gear and everyday items. They take ordinary camera accessories such as straps, clips, and bags and make them more intuitive and streamlined, not by recycling old ideas, but by striving to come up with brand […]
After releasing the new version of their popular HDR Software, Macphun unveiled a brand new app for photographers: Luminar. It is an all-in-one photo editing solution that includes RAW format compatibility, a user friendly interface, presets, layers, masks and advanced tools for the most demanding photographers.