The photographic landscape is changing, and manufacturers pull ahead of one another in a matter of mere months. So why should you be wedded to a particular brand, or even worse become a fanboy?
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We’ve been spoiled by cameras like the A7r or the D800. It’s not anymore a matter of “good enough”. But once in a while we should try to remember from were we came, taking a reality check.
Continue reading “How good are 16Mp? Olympus OM-D E-M10 + kit zoom 14-42 II vs Fuji GS645 + Fujichrome Velvia 50 Iso” →
We’re living in a golden age for photography gear: there has never been around such a tremendous offer of exceptional cameras for basically every price point. The problem is: how do you choose?
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The other day I had both the Sony A7r and the Olympus OM-D E-M10 with me, so I decided to took a few shots just to stack the cameras one against the other.
The Sony was fitted with the excellent Contax Zeiss 50mm f/1.7 Planar, one of the “film era” lenses that still – like most of the Contax Zeiss lineup – shines on digital.
On the Olympus I had the latest offering of Panasonic, that just recently hit the shelves: the Lumix G 25mm f/1.7, that given the 2x crop factor of micro 4/3 sensors it is equivalent to a 50mm.
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On a recent Fuji event I had only 45 minutes to play with their latest offering. I chose to try the X-T10 instead of the X-T1 because of the pretty significant difference in price between the two.
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