The D850 is like a cross between a medium format and sports camera. And that’s no hyperbole. DxOMark ranks its 47.5MP sensor 3rd in the world, (marginally) surpassed by only the medium format Hasselblad X1D and Pentax 645Z. Its AF … Continue reading Nikon D850 Review: Full-Frame Champion
To uninformed photographers, more might always seem better. Others know though, that too much of a good thing can be bad. When Canon launched the twin DSLRs, the 5Ds and 5Ds R, they made history by stuffing APS-C level of pixel … Continue reading Canon EOS 5Ds R Review: Razor Sharp Photography
Press Release – Source SINGAPORE, 25 August 2016 – Canon today launched the highly anticipated EOS 5D Mark IV, the next successor in the popular EOS 5D series, offering professional photographers and filmmakers stellar performance and speed to deliver captivating … Continue reading Canon launches the 5D Mark IV in Singapore
Overview Long have we heard the mantra “more megapixels is better” and long have we known that that isn’t always the case. But when Canon unveiled a 50 megapixel variant of the 5D, we just can’t help but get excited. … Continue reading Canon EOS 5Ds Review — The Megapixel Monster
Currently, if you own a DSLR and want a super-telephoto zoom lens, your cheapest options will be the Sigma 150-600mm and Tamron 150-600mm lenses. If mounted on APS-C cameras, the 1.6x crop factor yields you a 240-960mm full-frame equivalent focal range. However, those lenses alone cost over a thousand dollars each, and you don’t even get the luxury of wide shots with the lowest focal length on offer being 150mm.
Have no fear, the Canon Powershot G3X is here. It is a bridge compact camera, and it has a massive focal range of 24-600mm (that is after factoring the crop factor of approximately 2.7x). The best part is, you can get the whole camera for just S$1199 — money that would go into the above mentioned lenses alone.
Now, I don’t mean to say that anyone purchasing those lenses is foolish — in fact, the above lenses give you the versatility of DSLRs, and they undoubtedly have better optical quality. However if you’re not someone who demands DSLR versatility in every situation, or could do with a lower optical quality, then the G3X is for you. Continue reading “Canon Powershot G3X Review: Heavy duty, long-range Sniper”
What if you had your DSLR? What if you kept it’s sensor size at APS-C? And what if this camera was the size of the palm of your hand? Sounds too good to be true? Well, it’s not, as we discovered. Read on to find out how we felt about the bite-sized Canon interchangeable-lens camera! Continue reading “Canon EOS M10 Review: Pocket-sized shooter”
So you’re a student. Or just don’t have a lot of money lying around. However you’ve got a photography project to fulfill — something that needs better equipment than you already have. So, you fire up Google and search for a camera and lens rental business. Thing is, you live a good 2 hours away, the prices are far too much, and the collection and/or return timings for the equipment just don’t suit your schedule. Continue reading “Meet J Rental Centre — an ‘Airbnb’, but for cameras”