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Sony A7s First Impressions

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My parting thought is that the A7s is neither the holy grail of cameras, nor a whimsical outlier. It's going to take a special photographer with keen image perception to appreciate what the A7s has to offer. Thanks Sony, for catering to more than the lowest common denominator.

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Sony Adds 16-35mm f/4 OSS to Its Full-Frame E-Mount Lineup, Teases Fast Primes

Sony Adds 16-35mm f/4 OSS to Its Full-Frame E-Mount Lineup, Teases Fast Primes | Best Quality Mirrorless Cameras | Scoop.it
We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again, one of the major downsides of the exceptional Sony A7, A7r and A7s full-frame mirrorless cameras is the lack of native lenses, but Sony and ZEISS are working hard to remedy that.

Just last week ZEISS debuted the Loxia line of FE lenses, and today Sony introduced a brand new wide-angle lens and teased several primes at Photokina.

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Sony a7S Review as it Compares to the Panasonic GH4

Sony a7S Review as it Compares to the Panasonic GH4 | Best Quality Mirrorless Cameras | Scoop.it
To generically sum it up if someone is filling my frame I would use the a7s, if I am shooting a wide shot I would use the GH4, if I was shooting above ISO 800 I would shoot with the a7S, if I was shooting outdoor stills for sports the GH4, if I was shooting portraits I would use the a7S.

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Santa Cruz and the Fujinon XF 18-135mm | Stephen Ip

Santa Cruz and the Fujinon XF 18-135mm | Stephen Ip | Best Quality Mirrorless Cameras | Scoop.it

We took a road trip to Santa Cruz last month and I thought it would be a good opportunity to rent and try out the Fujinon XF 18-135mm lens. Even though I generally prefer prime lenses, the XF 18-135mm intrigued me because it's the first weather resistant lens from Fuji and because it covers a very useful focal length range. Being someone that spends a lot of time shooting near the ocean, the idea of having a weather resistant lens that covers most of my shooting situations sounded quite appealing. During the week I spent with the lens, I was impressed with almost everything about it. While it's bigger and heavier than the lenses I'm used to shooting with, it didn't feel as unwieldy as I expected. In fact, it felt quite well balanced with the X-T1. I don't have the battery grip for the X-T1, but I think those that do will find that they pair nicely with the XF 18-135mm lens. All the images I captured with the lens were plenty sharp for me and the image stabilization came in handy on numerous occasions........


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Fujifilm X-T1 review | Mark Richards

Fujifilm X-T1 review | Mark Richards | Best Quality Mirrorless Cameras | Scoop.it

Is the Fujifilm X-T1 camera better than the X-Pro1? I think the answer is a resounding yes.  I will leave the technical reviews to others – this is purely about the X-T1 from a user perspective as much technical information is pretty meaningless when it comes to me using a camera in a day to day situation. As a user I’m interested in only three things – how easy is the camera to use, is it reliable and does it take great photos? Well earlier this year I got a chance to find out.  I had been using a Fujifilm X-Pro1 for about 18 months and mentioned in passing to my brother that I was thinking about the X-T1 as a possible replacement but it was too expensive.  Imagine my surprise the following week when a brand new X-T1 arrived in the post completely out of the blue!  Having an older brother definitely has its advantages…


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New York Moments with the Fuji Monochrom | James Conley

New York Moments with the Fuji Monochrom | James Conley | Best Quality Mirrorless Cameras | Scoop.it

Continuing my exploration of the Fuji Monochrom and the achromatic capabilities of the X100s, I took the Fuji for a stroll around the southern tip of Manhattan. The city that never sleeps always offers up great images. Lately, however, it seems that midtown and points north are becoming more deserted at night, while downtown all the way to the end of Canal Street is quite busy. Soho, Chinatown, and the East Village were all relatively heavy with pedestrian traffic, providing good chances for street photography. Maybe Midtown has finally gotten expensive enough that the only people who are able to afford to live there are trapped in offices. The majority of these images were shot with the X100s. A few, however, were shot on the XE-1, which I've set the same as the X100s. The XE-1 allows me the occasional use of wider angle lenses, so it's always in the bag. Both cameras use the X-Trans CMOS sensor (though the X100s has version II of that sensor) and the images are of identical quality.........


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Fuji X30 Hands-On Field Test

We love the Fuji X series, and their latest camera just arrived! Unfortunately, it also showed up during a freak snowstorm in the summer. We brave the elements to give you loyal TCSTV viewers the scoop on this cool little compact!


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Sigma DP2 Merrill: Full Review

Sigma DP2 Merrill: Full Review | Best Quality Mirrorless Cameras | Scoop.it
In spite of its exceptional image quality, the Sigma DP2 Merrill is above all aimed at advanced photographers shooting mostly still scenes who'll be able to overlook the camera's limitations.

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Sigma DP Merrill Comparison & Review by Ben Evans

Sigma DP Merrill Comparison & Review by Ben Evans | Best Quality Mirrorless Cameras | Scoop.it
Sigma DP Merrill Comparison & Review by Ben Evans Which DP Merrill camera is best? After much deliberation, I decided to get both the Sigma DP1 Merrill and DP3 Merrill. They make a great combin...

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Sigma DP1 Merrill Camera - Review

Sigma DP1 Merrill Camera - Review | Best Quality Mirrorless Cameras | Scoop.it
Sigma DP1 Merrill: The Sigma DP1 Merrill marks a significant overhaul from earlier DP designs, featuring a sharp new f/2.8 lens and a...

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Sigma DP3 Merrill Review | PhotographyBLOG

Sigma DP3 Merrill Review | PhotographyBLOG | Best Quality Mirrorless Cameras | Scoop.it
Expert review of the Sigma DP3 Merrill camera with sample photos, test shots, videos and more...

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Sigma DP2M Review

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The web's most comprehensive site devoted to the art of landscape and nature photography using traditional as well as digital image processing techniques.

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My reaction to the DP2 Merrill pictures posted: Sigma Camera Talk Forum: Digital Photography Review

My reaction to the DP2 Merrill pictures posted: Sigma Camera Talk Forum: Digital Photography Review | Best Quality Mirrorless Cameras | Scoop.it
Digital Photography Review: All the latest digital camera reviews and digital imaging news. Lively discussion forums. Vast samples galleries and the largest database of digital camera specifications.

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Sony A7 A7R A7S

Sony A7 A7R A7S | Best Quality Mirrorless Cameras | Scoop.it
A blog for images captured using Sony Alpha A7, A7S and A7R mirrorless ILC cameras + news, reviews,...

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Sony Alpha A7S review - Pocket-lint

Sony Alpha A7S review - Pocket-lint | Best Quality Mirrorless Cameras | Scoop.it
Just like the original A7, the A7S is mini marvel with a massive sensor. It's the new 12-megapixel chip that's the main point of interest as image quality is the cleanest out of the current trio of A7 cameras available. That will benefit those who spend a lot of time low-light shooting using ISO 1600 and above. And there's plenty available above that thanks to the headline maximum ISO 409,600 option.

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The most comprehensive collection on Sony A7 / A7R body types & Alpha lenses on the web...

The most comprehensive collection on Sony A7 / A7R body types & Alpha lenses on the web... | Best Quality Mirrorless Cameras | Scoop.it

Aspects of Digital Photography focusing on Sony's ILCE bodies (A7, A7R and A7s) and FE lenses - photographer, reviews, samples and more...

The most comprehensive collection of articles and reviews on the Sony A7, Sony A7R and Sony A7s bodies as well as all the FE lenses on the Web!


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Working professionally with the Fujifilm X series – Guest Post by Gabriele Lopez | MirrorLessons

Working professionally with the Fujifilm X series – Guest Post by Gabriele Lopez | MirrorLessons | Best Quality Mirrorless Cameras | Scoop.it

My name is Gabriele Lopez. I’ve lived and worked in Milan (Italy) as a professional photographer since 2004. My jobs include: commercial photography which ranges from corporate to events, portraits mainly for local actors and books, weddings taken in a photojournalistic manner and personal projects that I do for myself and that the Millenium Images agency in London distributes. I constantly realize personal and collective projects in the form of self-printed books and fanzines. Cameras are not fundamental, but at the same time, it is important to use something that fits our needs. I am not the kind of photographer who shoots on a definite mission. Photography for me is mostly a diary, a way of living. In fact I never step out of my home without a camera, even if I don’t plan to shoot something as you never know what you might come across. Everyday I shoot a variety of moments, from the happiest to the most tragic. My instinctive way of shooting allows me to express myself and to understand what’s around me. This way of being stems back to the time I received a Polaroid camera as a gift and when I first bought a 35mm compact camera for recording my daily life.......


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Jumping Ship - From DSLR to Fuji X - | Jason Pitcher

Jumping Ship - From DSLR to Fuji X - | Jason Pitcher | Best Quality Mirrorless Cameras | Scoop.it

It all started in July 2013 when I bought a Fuji X100s. Apart from being a gorgeous camera, it has amazing image quality and portability. I’ve been babbling on about it on these pages for a while. For what I shoot, when I shoot, it does a fantastic job. I recently printed the final image from this post on fine art paper at 13″ x 19″ and it is gorgeous! So I was reviewing the pictures I’d taken through the last 6 months of the 2013, and I realized that I hardly touched the D800E. It was a rapidly depreciating asset that I almost never used. With the addition of the teleconverters for the X100s, The only thing I needed the Nikon for was long lens work or super wide angle stuff. I also came to realize that 36MP is overkill for my needs. I decided to take to leap and sell the Nikon and most of the glass. Because of my experience with the little Fuji, I wanted to replace it with a small, light CSC that could go super wide and long to cover what I needed the Nikon for, but in a smaller package. I was going to stay with Fuji because I now knew it and was comfortable with the processing workflow, which is a very important consideration. I also want a viewfinder. I will always want a viewfinder. Always. So, given the extensive range of interchangeable compact cameras they do, how do I decide.......


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Fujifilm X30 Review | Fuji vs Fuji

Fujifilm X30 Review | Fuji vs Fuji | Best Quality Mirrorless Cameras | Scoop.it
A quick review of a preproduction sample of the Fujifilm X30.

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Thoughts on the Photokina 2014 | Ming Thein

Thoughts on the Photokina 2014 | Ming Thein | Best Quality Mirrorless Cameras | Scoop.it


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Not much of interest here: a mildly warmed-over X100T, another color of XT-1, an X30 and a couple of lenses. The X30 has now grown so large you might as well get a small mirrorless camera instead. If I display a palpable lack of enthusiasm for Fuji, it’s mainly because whilst they build a great camera body – the X-T1’s ergonomics are superb, barring flat buttons – the lenses are merely good, and they still haven’t really addressed the workflow problem. ACR still does a terrible job with the files, and Silkypix is still unusable for a professional workflow and large quantity of images. I think it’s very telling that a lot of the ‘pros’ who use Fuji do not shoot raw. Shooting JPEG leaves far too much image quality on the table......


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Not APS-C, but I still like this series of Fuji cameras.

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USER REPORT: A Mini User Review of the Sigma DP1 & DP2 Merrill by Richard Geltman

USER REPORT: A Mini User Review of the Sigma DP1 & DP2 Merrill by Richard Geltman | Best Quality Mirrorless Cameras | Scoop.it
A Mini user review of Sigma Dp1 & DP2 Merril I thought it would be interesting for everybody to have a look at some work done with the Sigma DP1 and DP2 Merrill cameras. I also shoot with a Lei...

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Review: Sigma DP3 Merrill - The Phoblographer (blog)

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Review: Sigma DP3 Merrill
The Phoblographer (blog)
Sigma's DP line of point and shoots have never really caught on with the public.

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INSANELY SHARP: SIGMA DP2 MERRILL USER REVIEW - GIANNI GALASSI PhotoGraphia

INSANELY SHARP: SIGMA DP2 MERRILL USER REVIEW - GIANNI GALASSI PhotoGraphia | Best Quality Mirrorless Cameras | Scoop.it
Sigma DP2 Merrill - Fixed Sigma 30mm (45mm eq.) prime 1/640" f8 Iso 100 Converted into monochrome with Silver Efex pro 2 It's good to know that the photo industry is living its early years' excitment again.

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Roesch Photography: Review: Sigma DP2 Merrill (DP2M)

Roesch Photography: Review: Sigma DP2 Merrill (DP2M) | Best Quality Mirrorless Cameras | Scoop.it

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