Learning Cameras goes over the basics of flash and how to control the amount, power, and cycle time of your flash.
We go hands on for a review of the Yongnuo YN-560 Flash & RF-603 Trigger. Can this inexpensive flash & trigger hold up to our tests and are they worth your money or will they simply become your next door stop.
Canon has just announced a new mirrorless camera system! The EOS-M, a first for Canon, has a large APS-C sensor backed with the latest Digiv V processor for great quality photos and videos, even in low light.
We take a look at the new HP Envy 15 and give a full look at everything good and bad in the current model. We also compare it hands on with the 2011 HP Envy 14 to give a full perspective on what has changed, what is better, and what could be better. Spoiler: it has a great looking screen.
The Canon 5D Mark III details keep pooring in. Check past the break for the latest details.
With Nikons introduction of the D800, I have now begun to wonder if the megapixel race is still on. What will the new focus be for Canon & Nikon's base full frame cameras.
In an interesting move, Canon has brought 3 new lenses to market. While the anticipated 24-70mm f/2.8 II has been talked about for some time, the 24mm f/2.8 IS & 28mm f/2.8 IS were not.
Nikon has just announced an impressive 36MP camera boasting an unbelievable metering system, 51 point AF system, at a relatively low price point of $3,000. Unfortunately for many, the cost of this beastly sensor may be too great a loss.
Nikon has just thrown itself into the ring of mirrorless cameras with the Nikon V1 & J1 complimented by several lenses and other accessories. Both cameras have a 10MP sensor, a bit low for today's standards, 10fps shooting, 1080p video with high speed modes at reduced resolution, and a new high quality AF system.
The new S100 features Canon's new Digic 5 Sensor combined with a 12MP upgrade with a wider 24mm lens, increased zoom range, built in GPS, and more. Stay tuned for more information.