Two years ago, Heather and I experienced our first Photokina. The one word that immediately came to mind when we stepped through the doors of the Koelnmesse exhibition centre was: HUGE! I remember discovering at the end of the show that there were entire halls we didn’t even know existed. It is actually impossible to see […]
MirrorLessons has expanded: introducing “Mirrorless Comparison”
Over the past three years, we have learned so much: not just about photography and the cameras we use on a daily basis but also about blogging, running a professional website, and most importantly, what kind of content our readers enjoy the most.
It’s here: now let the Fuji X-T1 vs. X-T2 vs. X-Pro2 vs. The World comparisons begin!
When a new camera is announced, the interest that it generates usually comprises two steps. The first is to gather as much new information as you can about the product. The second involves comparing the camera to its siblings to understand what the most relevant changes are. And it won’t be any different with the new […]
The new Hasselblad X1D – Will medium format regain its popularity?
Hasselblad made history thanks to its medium format cameras (12 of their film cameras are still on the surface of the moon) and nowadays the company produces several high-end medium format DSLRs. Today the Swedish company added a new system to its catalogue. Small hint: there’s no mirror!
The Photography Show 2016 Round-Up – Laowa 105mm, Leica 90-280mm, Panasonic 12-60mm and more
On Sunday and Monday, we had a very enjoyable time browsing around The Photography Show in Birmingham and had the opportunity to see many of the new products announced over the past few months. As is common with these kinds of shows, there isn’t much you can do with the gear since there isn’t a lot to photograph and some of […]