The Phoblographer’s Big Guide to Canon RF Mount Lenses

Here’s a gateway to all the reviews we have completed on Canon RF mount Lenses.

Canon has been hard at work the last few years when it comes to their new Mirrorless cameras and RF Mount Lenses. To date, Canon has produced some top-drawer lenses to mount on their R series cameras. Canon RF mount lenses have been receiving rave reviews for good reasons. Their superb optics and excellent build quality mean these lenses are some of the best in the world of Mirrorless. We have been hard at work reviewing them and have created a buyers guide. This guide is an easy place to access our real-world reviews for anyone who needs information about all Canon RF Mount lenses.

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We’ve Updated Our Rokinon Buyers Guide with All of Our Latest Reviews

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If you’re in the market for some quality primes at affordable prices, you should checkout Samyang and Rokinon lenses. 

Over the years, the staff here at The Phoblographer have reviewed almost two dozen Samyang and Rokinon lenses. We have always been impressed with the quality of the optics in their lenses, and more recently the build quality of their newest lenses. We now have an updated Rokinon and Samyang Buyers Guide available to anyone who wants quick access to all of their lenses we have reviewed over the last 10 years. Interested in a new but affordable lens?

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Buyers Guide: Finding the Right Mirrorless Camera for You

Panasonic Micro Four Thirds Products

Since the introduction of the Panasonic Lumix G1 as the first mirrorless interchangeable-lens digital camera that is not a rangefinder, most major manufacturers have hopped onto the bandwagon and created their own mirrorless systems. Even Canon and Nikon, who are still propagating the DSLR as the only viable tool for professionals, had to get their respective pieces of the cake. But in today’s jungle of mirrorless camera offerings, it’s easy to get lost. Here’s a guide to help you find the right mirrorless camera for you.

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Five Lenses for The Discerning Landscape Photographer

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So you want to shoot landscape images? All you have to do is slap on a wide angle and head out, right? WRONG! There is so much more to landscape photography than the oft-overused ultra wide-angle perspective (though that certainly still has its place). I’m going to share my thoughts on landscape photography from the perspective of a full-frame Canon shooter, but please know that almost everything I’m going to tell you will apply to Nikon, Sony, and the rest. They are all great brands. Head on past the break for my thoughts on lenses for landscapes.

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DSLR Buyers Guide, Winter 2010

It’s been an innovative year for the photography world. This winter, there are more available options than ever for creativity-inspiring cameras, lenses, and accessories. In this entry, we’ll take a look at some great cameras in five categories, Full Frame 35mm, Cropped 35mm, Micro Four Thirds, Mirrorless 35mm, and Digital 645. You’ll also find links to recent reviews and comparisons and, as always, purchases made through links on our pages support the growing staff at the Phoblographer! Read on for the best DSLRs of 2010. Continue reading…