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Now that Sigma has announced this new revolutionary 18-35mm f/1.8 Zoom lens, let's take a detailed look at how the lens should perform and whether or not this is the lens for you.
Shortly after releasing the awesome Sigma 35mm f/1.4, Sigma has followed up once again with the new cropped sensor lens, a Sigma 30mm f/1.4. This lens boasts some stunning quality with a wide open aperture that will leave the competition behind. Check out the review as we put this new lens through its paces to see what it is capable of. We also bring out the Sigma 35mm f/1.4 to see how close the 30mm comes in quality to its big brother.
Fuji has introduced the X20, and upgrade from the previous X10, and a new camera in a growing line of popular x series cameras. While this camera trades the larger APS-C sensors for a smaller ⅔” sensor, Fuji has redesigned the 12mp x-trans CMOS sensor to allow this camera to compete on a higher level than other compacts. Watch the full review:
A 24mp camera with professional level weather sealing, 100% viewfinder coverage, 2 card slots, 6 fps shooting, great low light performance, for a price of only $1,200? It may sound like wishful thinking but Nikon has made it happen. But how does it perform? Take a look at the review to find out.
Take a look as we unbox the new Nikon D7100 go into detail of the hardware and functionality, and then pull out a Canon 7D for a comparison.
The Netgear NeoTV Prime otherwise known as the GTV100 is now joining an increasing handful of manufactures by bringing a new google tv device to market. Let's see if Netgear can make the experience a bit more enticing to the many people still on the fence.
The one stop increase in light for $200 less will make many photographers and videographers drool, however, is the Tamron 24-70 f/2.8 VC sharp enough, fast enough, and built well enough to go toe to toe with Canon 24-70 f/4 IS L glass? Let’s find out as we go hands on with these two lenses.
We take the new Canon 24-70 f/4 IS and put it up against the existing 24-105 f/4 IS to see if the new 24-70 is worth the upgrade.
The Canon 24-70 f/4 IS is here and sharper than ever. Also part of this new upgrade was a hefty price upgrade, not so much from the retail price of the 24-105mm f/4 IS, but because the 24-105 can be found at greatly reduced prices due to the packaging of this as the kit lens in so many Canon cameras. Either way, the Canon 24-70 f/4 IS is now here and here to stay so let's take a look at the performance this has to offer.