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Hope you've noticed that we are reviewing a lot of equipment these days. Is there anything you would like to see ePHOTOzine review that we haven't yet covered?
Gary is doing a round-up of 50mm lens over the next few weeks and we have the Sony A55 arriving this week.
Any ideas would be much appreciated.
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Maybe a round up of 2 lights studio lighting system under £500 or something like that?
Comparison of different square filter systems as questions about them keep popping up.
Agree with Cole studio lighting would be good and maybe background systems
Bean bags, but using at least a 300mm f/2.8. Many leave a lot to be desired when used in the real-world!
The Sigma 85mm f1.4 and the Sigma AF 8-16mm f/4.5-5.6 DC HSM.
The two new Canon 1.4x and 2x mkIII extenders, ideally on one of the newer lenses like the 70-200mm f2.8 mkII and pro body
For a comparison test how about a group test of the various types of sensor cleaners.
Quote: The Sigma 85mm f1.4 and the Sigma AF 8-16mm f/4.5-5.6 DC HSM.
I'd also like to see the 85mm f1.4 lens, but as my main interest would be indoor sports, the thing I would like to know most is, is the autofocus speed comparable to the Canon 85mm f1.8.
Agree with constructing a photography website and lighting equipment packs for under £500.00. Lighting equipment is next on my wishlist.
Legacy lenses on modern dslr`s, most are cheap and many are just as good now as they where thirty years ago.
Quote: Bean bags, but using at least a 300mm f/2.8. Many leave a lot to be desired when used in the real-world!
Perhaps we could extend this and have a series of reviews for one lens, allowing for an in depth test in the different disciplines a lens is likely to be used in. So using the 300mm f2.8 example with beanbags for wildlife, with a monopod for saying cycle racing, with a tripod for landscapes, handheld for dragonflies etc. Kind of a day in the life of review series..
Freely available software/plugins, some one was asking about these earlier
Quote: Freely available software/plugins, some one was asking about these earlier
And yes it would be interesting to see some market reviews on the plugins out on the market - it would also be of great benefit to compare them not just against each other, but also against the both the top market leader (CS5) but also against the budget market leader (elements) so as to make the review usefull to both groups of users. Often we see things compared against only one of these market segments, which for plugins is just not enough as they sit between the two - sometimes having advanced features, but for a cost those on a more restricted budget can afford.
We will be bookmarking for some time to come then
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