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What Camera or Drone Should I Buy?

The list below is updated more frequently than the video above. Starter Cameras:   Basic Starter Camera ($280 used): Canon T3   Better Starter Camera ($500): Nikon D5300    Better Travel Camera ($500): Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark II   Landscape Cameras: Good ($550): Sony a6000   Better ($1,400): Nikon D5500 & Sigma 18-35mm f/1.8    Great […]

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Nikon D500 Review & Samples

The Nikon D500 is Nikon’s $2,000 sports and wildlife camera. Watch the video for complete details, but here’s a quick summary: Better than the Canon’s 7D Mark II. It solidly beats Canon’s APS-C flagship camera, and the D500 is now our recommendation for the ultimate wildlife camera. It focuses better and faster, it’s images are sharper because the […]

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Sony a6300 Review

TL;DR Summary The $1,000 a6300 ($1,150 with a lens) is a compact camera that can do it all: landscapes, sports, low-light events, and portraits. In the Sony lineup, it’s the best choice for sports, and it’s the cheapest Sony to give you 4k and slow motion video. It’s the best all-around camera we’ve ever used, and it will […]

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Sony a7S II Review (with Sample Photos and Video) The Sony a7S II is Sony’s full-frame, low-light camera. It’s 12 megapixels, which means it doesn’t provide the most detail for still images. It’s true capabilities are seen once you begin shooting video, but we’ll get to that a little later. When compared to the less expensive, 36-megapixel D810, the Sony images are cleaner […]

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Live Show Recap: Architecture Photos

Last night we reviewed your architecture photography and got rowdy! Tony and Chelsea went to the Canon expo (watch the video on it here) and you can answer our poll question about your fave tech from the expo at We start with PhotoNews at 4:21 talking about the Adobe Premiere Pro update that is only exciting […]

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Life with a 50 Megapixel Camera

I’ve got 2,149 clicks on our new 50 megapixel Canon 5DS-R. So, what’s life like with a 50 megapixel camera? 50 Megapixels Rules! I always know that I’m getting the sharpest image possible out of my lens and technique. I get more sharpness out of my existing lenses, even when they’re not optically perfect. My primes […]

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