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The power of electric motoring is on rude display at Pikes Peak again this year, with Volkswagen's 680-hp (507-kW) I.D. R setting a blistering qualifying time, 11 seconds clear of any other competitor, with reigning champion Romaine Dumas at the wheel. Dumas qualified in 3:16:083 minutes, 11.049 seconds ahead of second-placed Simone Faggioli in his gasoline-powered Norma M20 SF PKP, and th
Click here to read my Canon EOS M50 Field Test Canon's latest mirrorless camera, the Canon EOS M50, is their first M-series camera to offer 4K UHD video. That's not its only headlining feature, the camera also has a Vari-angle touchscreen, a built-in electronic viewfinder, revised Dual Pixel CMOS autofocus and much more, all available in a kit with a 15-45mm lens for only
Nature photographer Morten Hilmer warns to always expect the unexpected when out in nature and in the video below, we can see why. While stalking deer in a full camouflaged setup, an evening which began as uneventful became a very full and exciting outing. Hilmer's kit was certainly well-suited for surprise wildlife visitors, featuring the Nikon D5 flagship DSLR and a Nikon 600mm f/4 teleph
The Tamron 28-75mm F2.8 Di III RXD is an affordable F2.8 standard zoom for full frame Sony E-mount cameras. It's one of the first third-party zooms designed to take full advantage of the short Sony mount, resulting in a small, light carry-everywhere lens. What are the trade-offs, compared with the alternatives? Chris and Jordan take a closer look...Make sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel to
Click here for the Fujifilm X-A5 Field Test The Fujifilm X-A5 is the company's successor to 2016's X-A3, and while the two cameras look very similar, there are a handful of interesting changes made under the hood. The headlining feature is the X-A5's new sensor, which while offering the same 24-megapixel resolution, now features on-chip phase detect autofocus pixels.
When you are out in the field, are you a photographer or a data collector? Blake Rudis of f64 Academy considers himself both, perhaps tending more toward the latter. What does it mean to collect data using your camera? When you capture an image using a digital camera, the sensor captures a lot of data. Light data, color data, etc., and then you can manipulate the data captured in the image file
Larger sensors produce images with shallower depth of field, right? Fstoppers states that there's more to it than that. In important ways, depth of field depends on much more than sensor size and maximum aperture, situations such as focal length and focus distance matter as well. In the video below, Lee Morris of Fstoppers starts by breaking down how a lens works. In a simplified sense, lig
Musicians, actors and chefs are among the celebrity creatives paired with 13 designers to create collection of furniture currently on show in New York, which will be sold to raise money for charity. Read more
Click for my Fujifilm X-H1 Field Test Part III In my first two Field Tests for the new the Fujifilm X-H1 flagship X Series camera, I looked at its revised design, image quality, performance and shooting experience. Now it's time to turn our attention toward the X-H1's video features and performance. The X-H1 includes DCI 4K at up to 24 frames per second, 4K UHD at 30 fp
Click here to read my Nikon 180-400mm f/4 Field Test With the Nikon 180-400mm f/4 TC1.4 FL ED VR supertelephoto zoom lens, Nikon has created a very versatile and very high-end optic that's directly aimed at wildlife and sports photography. In my case, I tested the lens with wildlife and paired it with both the Nikon D500 and Nikon D850 cameras. Wildlife is challenging for m


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