Canon 5D Mark IV DSLR Camera Review

Canon’s 5D Mark IV harnesses a new 30.4 MP sensor and capable of 4K video recording. With the digital imaging world quickly converting from the traditional DSLR to a mirrorless method, it has been tough for Canon to remain a powerhouse in the market. Their recent attempts at entering the mirrorless market have been mediocre at … Read more

Case Logic Kontrast Pro DSLR Backpack (KBD-101) Review

The Kontrast Pro DSLR Backpack by Case Logic offers ample storage and an attractive design. Transporting expensive camera gear can be a stressful ordeal, but choosing the right travel bag can make this experience a much easier process. In the past, we have reviewed several products by Case Logic, a popular brand in the tech-centered storage space. … Read more

Sigma 50-100mm f/1.8 ART Lens Review

Sigma’s 50-100mm f/1.8 Art is the world’s fastest medium telephoto, zoom lens. If you shoot on a DSLR or mirrorless camera, third-party lens brands are often regarded as less appealing than native brand models from the likes of Canon, Sony, Nikon or Panasonic. However, this has changed over the past few years especially after Sigma … Read more

Zeiss Batis 25mm f/2 Lens Review

The 25mm Batis from Zeiss is a new wide angle lens made for Sony’ full-frame, mirrorless cameras. Design & Build Quality The Batis line follows the popular mirrorless trend of being small and lightweight without sacrificing performance. The 25mm is compact measuring in at only 3.19″ by 3.07″ and weighing only 11.82 oz. When comparing … Read more

SmallHD 702 Bright Field Monitor Review

SmallHD’s 702 Bright is a high-end field monitor with a daylight viewable FHD display. For those involved in the world of video and cinematography, a field monitor is one of the most trusted tools of the trade. Relying on an external, high-resolution screen for tasks like pulling focus, checking white balance, monitoring exposure or framing … Read more

Sony RX100 IV Review

Sony’s RX100 IV packs incredible stills and 4K capabilities in a pocketable form-factor. With the introduction of the smartphone camera, the point and shoot camera market has declined as modern smartphones often surpass the image quality found in the cheaper end of the P&S market. This is all while offering the added convenience of only … Read more

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