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Chris Gampat is the Editor in Chief, Founder, and Publisher of the Phoblographer. He also likes pizza.

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The Surprising and Puzzling Paradox with Modern Cameras and Lenses

I’ve spent a lot of time pondering away at a critical issue with cameras. In many ways, it still feels like we’re caught in a traditional problem that hasn’t disappeared. It starts with modern cameras. Lots of things about them are rooted in tradition. And that’s wonderful. Photography needs to be true to where it began. But embracing digital still hasn’t truly happened. My hope is that it doesn’t take too long for a lot of rapid change to occur. One of the most perplexing things about modern cameras, though, has to do with lenses....
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Some of Our Favorite Olympus Lenses Have Great Rebates

offerings available from Olympus until October 3rd. Some of our favorites? Well, you can grab the Olympus OMD EM1 Mk III and then also pick up the 17mm f1.2 PRO lens. Together, you’ll have tons of documentary and candid potential. That lens is basically a 34mm equivalent at f2.4 depth of field. Essentially, you’re getting the light gathering of f1.2 and the depth of field of something more shallow. It’s hard to complain, honestly. Check out these other deals after the jump....
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The Fujifilm XT3 and XT30 Have Great Rebates Right Now

These rebates are currently in place with lots of camera manufacturers. And we found some of the best. check these out from Fujifilm. You can get bundles for the Fujifilm XT3 and the Fujifilm XT30 right now. These are in effect until September 26th. And if you’re curious, you can read our XT3 and XT30 reviews at the according links. We recommend grabbing them with a 16-80mm f4 R WR lens. It’s incredibly difficult to beat that combo. The XT3 is also weather-resistant, and the last generation of high-end camera before the XT4 got the new battery....
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These are Awesome! 4 Portrait Lenses No Photographer Can Deny

The art of portrait photography is one that’s got a whole lot to deal with talking to people. There needs to be a connection. And oftentimes, you should talk to someone before you shoot their portrait. But of course, you don’t always have the time to do that. So instead, you should make sure you’ve got the best gear you can. That means getting fantastic portrait lenses. We dove into our reviews index to get just what you’re looking for. And here are four of our favorites....
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Our Comprehensive Sony Lens Guide Now Has 79 Great Lens Reviews!

We’re incredibly excited today to announce that we’ve updated our Sony Lens Guide for full frame photographers. We encourage you to check it out. We’ve reviewed over 79 lenses for Sony full frame cameras. What’s more, you’ll find pretty much anything you’re looking for. Of course, there are Sony lens reviews. But there’s also great...
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Stop Hoarding Film! The Best Time to Shoot Film Photography Is Now!

Fact: You will seldom know when the perfect moment is. That’s the truth. If you’re like me, you’re a hybrid photographer. You shoot film, and you shoot digital. You shoot any medium that gets the job done. But for a long time, I’ve been told that I should get as much film as I want, freeze it, and then just shoot it whenever I want. That’s a great idea for sure. But I think that the pandemic taught me that the best time to do something is now. Don’t put it off. You never know when you’ll have the time to shoot some film. So I’ve started to go through lots and lots of films just because of the pure joy of shooting. That, and it’s a joy to not look at a screen on a camera....
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E-Ink Screens Could Rekindle Photography’s Romance of the Print

Confession: I really hate staring at screens. I think that the Fujifilm X Pro 3 and the Leica M10D are two of the most brilliant cameras of our time. They help keep us focused on what’s important. The E-Ink screen on the X Pro 3 also uses super low amounts of energy. With that said, I think it’s time that we make photography romantic again. I’ve written about this a number of times. And as the world progresses, the photography world has become better and better. But I think that E-Ink screens are the next step that camera manufacturers need to take. Specifically, they need to find a way to make the refresh rate increase, add touch capabilities, and more. For what it’s worth, it’s not like any of that isn’t possible right now....
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This Leica 35mm F1.4 Lens and Its Beautiful Bokeh Can Be Yours

But you don’t need to do the deep dive for the camera. In fact, the safest way into the world is to develop a love for their lenses. The Rare Camera store right now has a great Leica 35mm f1.4 in M-mount in for sale. It comes with a special lens hood that lets you put a lens cap right over it. But at the same time, this is also one of my personal favorite lenses for the Leica camera system....
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Pentax: Two Years Ago, You Got it Really, Really Wrong

I know that Pentax fans and readers will be furious. But people come to this website because we voice our informed opinions often. In this case, Ricoh seriously messed up. We can start with how they haven’t created a mirrorless camera and continue to produce DSLRs. But we’re choosing to hit home on an article from a few years ago. Further, I wish and hope that Ricoh Pentax finally wakes up and realizes a major problem that they can fix....
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Why You Actually Need a Dedicated Camera Bag, Not Just an Insert

Confession: I’ve failed to ever find the perfect camera bag. Here at the Phoblographer, we’ve probably reviewed the most camera bags on the market. Of course, we stand by ethical statements and won’t review some brands. But we’re pretty comprehensive. Everyone makes good camera bags. No one makes a perfect camera bag, at least for me. Many have gotten very close. But when I couldn’t find what I wanted, I started modifying camera bags for my own reasons. All of them failed over time. I’m writing this piece because of many folks who like using regular backpacks or messengers and throwing their cameras in there. But that’s really not the best idea. Here’s why....
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There Are Rebates on Some of the Most Powerful Cameras from Olympus

Rebates are currently in place with lots of camera manufacturers. And we found some of the best. There are lots of offerings available from Olympus until October 3rd. Some of our favorites? Well, you can grab the Olympus OMD EM1 Mk III and then also pick up the 17mm f1.2 PRO lens. Together, you’ll have...
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Could the Canon EOS R5 and R6 Get a Big Autofocus Update?

Today, Canon announced that with the Canon EOS R3, all the autofocus modes are getting face/eye/body detection. This is similar, though not identical, to how it works with Sony, Panasonic, Leica, and Fujifilm cameras with autofocus. Canon is the only one left with Face and eye detection that doesn’t let you also select a point on the screen manually. And truly, it wouldn’t make a lot of sense for Canon to restrict this tech to just the Canon EOS R3. Instead, it would majorly drive sales of the Canon EOS R5 and Canon EOS R6....
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Want to Use Eye Control AF on the Canon EOS R3? Check This Out

The Canon EOS R3 is finally fully official. It’s obviously targeting sports, wildlife, photojournalism, and wedding photographers. One of the most exciting features is Eye Control Autofocus (Eye Control AF.) It’s a revolutionary feature that’s been available to Canon users and that’s received a major upgrade. In a nutshell, you can control and move the autofocus point on the Canon EOS R3 just by looking at a spot in the frame. But make sure your eyes are ready....
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The New Nikon 40mm f2 Could be a Cult Classic

Get excited! The new Nikon 40mm f2 is coming, and it’s only $299.99! The 40mm lens is my personal favorite focal length, and I’m super jazzed that Nikon is making this. 40mm lenses fall right between 35mm and 50mm. Plus, they’re very close to 43mm, which is true normal. They’re incredibly useful, and Nikon is making this one just that....
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These Fuji Camera Deals Are Bound to Sell Out Soon

Rebates are currently in place with lots of camera manufacturers. And we found some of the best. check these out from Fujifilm. You can get bundles for the Fujifilm XT3 and the Fujifilm XT30 right now. These are in effect until September 26th. And if you’re curious, you can read our XT3 and XT30 reviews...
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The Reasons Why LEDs Won’t Beat Flash Photography, Yet

If I had a nickel for every marketing rep that told me that the industry is heading towards LEDs to replace strobe, I’d be rich. LEDs are easier to work with to a degree. In fact, LEDs are great–if you’re indoors with tons of control over all the light. They’re also great if you’re shooting outdoors only at night. But the truth is that not everything happens at that time. You can sit there and spend hours in Photoshop editing an image to fix the exposure and introduce lighting that wasn’t there. But then it looks so incredibly fake. Most of all, you’re turning a 3-hour photography session into an even longer process. Why do we have to work excessively for the shot?...
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We Tested the 3 Best LED Lights for Photographers

e so cool! They’re easy to use. Gel them a bit and they can give you a totally different look. Better yet, they’re incredibly versatile and let you focus on just creating. The cherry on top: they can give you a cinematic look. The Phoblographer staff still mostly swears by flash and studio strobes. But there are times when an LED can surely do the job. Lucky for you, we’ve reviewed some of the best LED lights for photographers. Dive in with us!...
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These Photographers Share Important Stories Around 9/11

20 years later, my biggest fear is that the major stores and corporations will turn 9/11 into a giant holiday. People will use it as an excuse to get out of work. They’ll turn it into three-day weekends. They’ll BBQ. They’ll drink. It’ll become a time associated with debauchery. We Americans already do it with Memorial Day. Truly, how many people actually take the time to remember the fallen soldiers? I guarantee that no one actually does. The sad fact that consumerism will overtake what should be a national day of mourning is heartbreaking. And looking at photos of the events doesn’t really get any easier....
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These Sony Deals on Cameras and Lenses Are About to Expire. Hurry Up!

Rebates are currently in place with lots of camera manufacturers. And we found some of the best. Check these out! You’re bound to find something you’ll like. These Sony rebates are expiring soon. Get them while you can....
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Canon’s Most Affordable Macro Lens Should Be Yours

We’re streaming daily on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Pocket Casts, and Spotify! You can also listen to it right here on The Phoblographer. In our opinion, the Canon RF 35mm f1.8 STM IS is their most versatile lens. It’s small, lightweight, affordable, and image-stabilized. And you can get this and a few others brand new right now. Currently, it’s pretty...
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The Missing Upgrade in the Ricoh GR IIIx

Two years since the Ricoh GR III was announced, we’re getting a successor, sort of. Today, the Ricoh GR IIIx is being announced. And for the most part, it’s the Ricoh GR III. But there are a few upgrades. The big one is a brand new lens switch to a 40mm field of view equivalency. That honestly seems very cool and super exciting. Admittedly, I had some qualms about the original. And I still stick to my issues with it. Hopefully, Ricoh is truly addressing these issues. But one big one isn’t even mentioned at all in the press release....
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Wishlist: Essential Features of the Canon EOS R Mk II

It’s been a few years since Canon announced the Canon EOS R. We admitted that it wasn’t all that revolutionary when it launched. But it surely did some minor things to set it apart from the rest of the pack. And if anything, Canon’s lenses stole the show. It’s been a few years, and they’ve had a few cameras. The Canon EOS R5 and Canon EOS R6 aren’t exactly small. They’re specific cameras designed to do work and to be used for work. Many colleagues of mine, and I, cannot really see ourselves always using them for fun or even some jobs. But when I picked up my Canon EOS R recently, I realized how wonderful the size is. And I hope that the Canon EOS R MK II fixes some annoying things....
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A Simple Tip to Get More From Your Leica RAW Files in Capture One

hese cameras use the Adobe DNG Raw format. And in Capture One Pro, you can get even more from the images you shoot. Do you shoot portraits? Or products? Or anything that really requires you to be careful with the colors? Then you’ll want to try this trick in Capture One Pro....
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Don’t Mind Used? Get the Panasonics S5 for a Great Price!

For more stories like this, please subscribe to The Phoblographer. Seriously, it’s great. Have you tried the Panasonic S5? It’s fantastic! Panasonic cameras are wonderful for video. I don’t think anyone can really question that. But in terms of still photography, they’ve really come into their own with the full frame lineup of cameras. The...
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How to Use the Leica SL2-S for Photojournalism: A Guide

The Leica SL2s has quickly become one of my favorite cameras. It’s got character. It feels great. And more importantly, it’s far different than all the other cameras on the market. If a lot of cameras on the market are boring you, then the Leica SL2s is probably what you want and need. It’s one of the reasons why I picked it up personally. I’ve been using it for almost a year, too, for various tests and shoots. And honestly, I really like it....
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Reliable and Strong. 3 Legged Thing Winston 2.0 Tripod Review

Examining and understanding tripods is sometimes a tough job. But the 3 Legged Thing Winston 2.0 felt pretty definite. I have a Manfrotto and Benro tripod around the office that I use fairly often. However, the 3 Legged Thing Winston 2.0 is undoubtedly the strongest of the bunch. If you’re careful, it also has the best ballhead. This tripod was designed for heavy loads. Got one of those Mamiya medium format cameras? Grab this! Going birding? The 3 Legged Thing Winston 2.0 has you covered. Overall, this is a fantastic tripod that it’s hard to beat. But it can surely be improved....
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The Sony a7r IV is at a Great Price Right Now! Go Look!

We’re streaming daily on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Pocket Casts, and Spotify! You can also listen to it right here on The Phoblographer. Right now is probably the best time to grab the Sony a7r IV. Eventually, these deals will be gone, but Sony cameras and lenses are still enjoying some awesome price right now. You can get a new...
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The Fujifilm Lenses You Want Are in Stock

We’re streaming daily on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Pocket Casts, and Spotify! You can also listen to it right here on The Phoblographer. Fujifilm cameras and lenses are very hot in demand right now. Luckily, the lenses are easy to come by right now! For the record, they came out with some real bangers in the past two years. The...
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Fine Art Photographer Jennifer McClure on a Photographer’s Nightmare

“I had some big issues in my life that I needed to process, and photography was a way for me to do that,” explains fine art photographer Jennifer McClure. “I didn’t set out to work in fine art, but I am happy that I landed here.” Jennifer is based in NYC and has profound advice on getting out of a photographer’s worst nightmare: the creative rut. We’ve all spoken to photographers who get into this obstacle and don’t know where to go. Typically, we treat ourselves harshly and beat ourselves up. But Jennifer used a completely different approach. Her words and teachings are bound to get someone experiencing a rut very interested in her process....
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Looking for Labor Day Sales on Cameras? We Found Some of the Best

Rebates are currently in place with lots of camera manufacturers. And we found some of the best. check these out! You’re bound to find something that you’ll like. The Sony rebates are expiring soon. Then there are Olympus rebates. Don’t forget about the Panasonic rebates. Finally, there’s an extension on some of the Fujifilm rebates....
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The Fujifilm X Pro 1 Is Nearly a Decade Old. But Is It Still Good?

The Fujifilm X Pro 1 turns 10 years old next January. and we’re expecting some sort of huge announcement from Fujifilm because of just that. Here’s a fun fact: I still own mine. Even today, the Fujifilm X Pro 1 isn’t a bad camera. It’s highly capable and still even far better than many DSLRs that have come out in the past decade. But it’s lacking a lot of the major features that make modern cameras so great. That doesn’t mean you should toss yours in the trash. In fact, Fujifilm has given it firmware updates every now and again. And for what it’s worth, I still use mine....
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Pravin Tamang Photographs Beautiful Scenes of Solitude in Varanasi

Hi, my name is Pravin Tamang, and I am based in the small town of Darjeeling in India. I like my photography to describe a place visually, the small bits of it a time, and I try my best to be honest about it. For me, simple and honest pictures say a lot, and I try and follow that rule most times. The combination of people and places at a given moment in time really draws my attention. I try and create images that give a sense of place but also about its people and their aspirations. One loses its significance if the other is absent from the equation. I try to depict these intimate interaction that happens silently between these two elements – one that is perpetually in motion and other that has probably stood there for millennia. ...
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3 Excellent 35mm Lenses Under $500 Every Photographer Will Love

The tried and true 35mm lens is a favorite for many photographers. You can find it affixed to the cameras of portrait photographers, photojournalists, street photographers, landscape photographers, and more. The convenience that it comes with is invaluable. No matter the situation, it’s hard to not justify shooting with a 35mm lens. At least, it’s hard to justify not having one in your camera bag just in case. We dove into our Reviews Index and found some of the best. Take a look with us!...
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Pair the Nikon Z5 with This Lens for Great Images

We’re streaming daily on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Pocket Casts, and Spotify! You can also listen to it right here on The Phoblographer. With firmware updates, the Nikon Z5 has become a pretty great camera. In fact, it’s probably one of the best buys on the market right now if you want a full-frame camera. Get it with a Nikon...
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We’ve Reached Peak Zoom Lens. That’s Great for New Photographers.

Like many of you, I’m a prime lens shooter. I swear by my 35mm lenses. But I’ve run into situations where a zoom would’ve helped. It’s inevitable for many journalists. However, most zoom lenses just don’t cut it for me. They’re too big. Or the image quality fails at some point. Or they’re too slow. There are lots of reasons why I don’t choose zoom lenses. The last zoom I bought was the old Canon 24-105mm f2 L IS USM. Remember that lens? It put a really bad taste in my mouth. Since then, we’ve been reviewing nearly every zoom lens on the market. They’ve progressively gotten better. But the Tamon 17-28mm f2.8 lens recently won me over....
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You Can Grab These Fuji GFX Cameras and More Right Now!

Hurry up and get them! Fujifilm cameras are very hot in demand right now. The Fujifilm GFX 50s and the 50R are in stock though. The 50R is also one of our favorite cameras of the past few years. For the record, they came out with some real bangers in the past two years. The XT4, GFX100s, and X100s are only three of those cameras. We rated each one of them very well. My personal favorite is the Fujifilm X Pro 3. And even today, it’s still the camera I trust almost every week. But with the global pandemic, there’s a major shortage of components. So that means that the second-hand market is where you’ll find all the gear now. Luckily, there’s a lot of refurbished Fuji gear on Amazon right now. At that link, you’ll find cameras and lenses both. Maybe something you want is on that page!...
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The New Fujifilm 23mm f1.4 and 33mm f1.4 R WR LM are Super Exciting!

There’s some really good news today! Fujifilm is announcing two new lenses for the X series of cameras. We’re getting a brand new Fujifilm 23mm f1.4 R WR M. That’s incredibly exciting because the older version really needed an update. But we’re also getting a new 33mm f1.4 R WR LM. Fujifilm seems a bit enamored with the idea of a 33mm lens. And veteran Fuji shooters might be wondering. ...
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The Fujifilm XT30 II and XT3 WW are Big, Giant Slaps

Let’s be clear. I understand why camera manufacturers would want to revamp certain cameras. Sony has done it with the a7r series where you can get a new LCD screen. Today, Fujifilm is announcing two small revamps. There’s the XT3 World Wide and the Fujifilm X-T30 II. I’ve got mixed feelings about the cameras in one way. And in another way, I feel really slapped in the face as a decade-long Fujifilm customer....
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This Bag Has a Big Flaw. Sunny 16 Voyager Camera Bag Review

The most wonderful thing about the Sunny 16 Voyager is that it ends up being incredibly comfortable. Your gear inside may be a hot mess. Getting a camera out through the side will be puzzling. The hardware is oddly constructed. And the waist straps may end up falling off by accident. But despite all of this, the Sunny 16 Voyager is like an awkward hug filled with love and comfort if you’re open to it. Think of a teenager that’s close to you in your life before the stage that they’re too cool to hug their adult peers. It’s awkward. It’s weird. But the Sunny 16 Voyager is also the new kid on the block. And they have yet to grow into their own skin. However, it’s lovable nonetheless. ...
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This Kodak B Ordinary Camera Is a Rare Collector’s Piece

Today, we’re excited to show you a collector’s camera. Lucky for you, it’s not as pricey as most. And if you choose to actually use it, you’ll have a totally unique experiece. The camera is the Kodak B Orindary. For the record, I hadn’t even heard of it either. If you had told me about it, I would’ve guessed that it was a bigger Kodak Brownie. But that’s not the case. It was sold during the late 1800s, and had a few pretty great features for the time. ...
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You Should Be Hyped for The New Panasonic 24mm f1.8

use it on their full-frame bodies like the Panasonic S5. We know some folks aren’t the biggest Panasonic S fans, but they’ve taken a major step forward with firmware updates. And if anything, this new Panasonic 24mm f1.8 S will work splendidly on the Leica SL2s, which I think is probably the best L mount camera. For sure, it’s designed for landscape photographers. But believe it or not, you’d be shocked. Panasonic provided us with portrait photos. That means that they’re just that confident about the image quality....
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These Four Vintage Cameras Come in Really Cool Colors

The awesome thing about certain vintage cameras is that they can be refurbished. And often when they’re refurbished, they can come in some pretty awesome colors. But these four over at Blue Moon Camera are pretty exceptional! There’s a fully mechanical Rose Gold Minolta SRT 303B. There’s also an SRT 201B in Rose Gold. Then there’s the Pentax KM in Blue. And finally, there’s the Minolta SRT101 in Red. You can check out each of these cameras at their according links. Each are available at great prices and provide you with a totally unique look....
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Why We Need a Beautiful, Retro-Style Digital Camera with a Top LCD

Think about the schools of thought which use dedicated cameras. They use either the viewfinder to shoot or the LCD screen. And the LCD screen is used in a variety of different ways. Time and time again, I really just want the old-school medium format style magnified finder. You, of course, know what I’m talking about. It’s when you look down into the camera, and there is a hood with a magnification prism. It’s standard on TLR cameras and things like the Mamiya RB67. But I really think that it’s time that digital camera manufacturers make one. Follow me into a dream, if you will!...
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Get Your Hands on One of the Best Contax Cameras Ever Made

If you’ve heard of the legendary Contax 645, then you’ve probably wondered about a 35mm format version. The true variant would be the Contax N1, but the Contax NX is almost the same camera. We’d know; we reviewed it! We all know that film camera prices are going up because they’re so in demand. But the Rare Camera Store has one right now at a lovely price. What’s more, you get a lens with it! ...
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Every Sony Camera User Should Grab One of These Lenses

We’re streaming daily on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Pocket Casts, and Spotify! You can also listen to it right here on The Phoblographer. You’ve got only a few days left to snag some incredibly well built zoom lenses! Right now, you can get $100 off some of Tamron’s best lenses! Save $100 on the Tamron 17-28mm f2.8 Di III RXD...
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Get the Sony a7 III with One of Sony’s Best Lenses for a Deal

We’re streaming daily on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Pocket Casts, and Spotify! You can also listen to it right here on The Phoblographer. Right now is probably the best time to grab the Sony a7 III and something like an 85mm f1.8. Eventually, these deals will be gone, but Sony cameras and lenses are still enjoying some awesome rebates right...
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This Is Arguably the Best Panasonic Camera for the Money

We’re streaming daily on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Pocket Casts, and Spotify! You can also listen to it right here on The Phoblographer. The Panasonic S5 truly innovated. It’s the only full-frame camera with Live Composite for astrophotographers. Nothing else compares! Panasonic cameras are fantastic for video. I don’t think anyone can question that. But in terms of still photography,...
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Tired of Sensor Dust With Your Sony Camera? Try One of These Lenses

We’re streaming daily on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Pocket Casts, and Spotify! You can also listen to it right here on The Phoblographer. You’ve got only a few days left to snag some incredibly well built zoom lenses! Right now, you can get $100 off some of Tamron’s best lenses! Save $100 on the Tamron 17-28mm F2.8 Di III RXD...
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Get Excited to Party! BIFI Confetti Film 35mm Review

It’s always the best idea to try something new. New experiences open us up and make us change our minds about how we think about things. That’s why the film renaissance has really solidified in the past year. But rather than using the same old film over and over again, it’s great to try something new. So I bought some Brooklyn Instant Film Initiative Confetti Film. Here in the USA, things are finally starting to look up after a super difficult time. At least here in New York, we’ve got the virus much more under control. That’s why I think that Confetti Film by the Brooklyn Instant Film Initiative is the perfect film to get your hands on right now....
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Canon’s Most Versatile RF Lens Can Be Yours Right Now

We’re streaming daily on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Pocket Casts, and Spotify! You can also listen to it right here on the Phoblographer. In our opinion, the Canon RF 35mm f1.8 STM IS is their most versatile lens. It’s small, lightweight, and image-stabilized. And you can get this and a few others brand new right now. It’s pretty hard to...
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