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This compact telephoto zoom for DSLRs with smaller image sensors costs £200 and includes optical stabilisation and a Hyper-Sonic focusing motor.
Sigma 50-150mm f/2.8 APO EX DC HSM review
Once more into the breach dear friends, once more; Or, in this case, onto the mount of Ian Andrews camera for a shakedown of this new lens from Sigma.
A compact standard zoom lens for APS-C digital SLRs from Sigma with a bright constant f/2.8 aperture, optical stabilisation and a silent focusing motor.
Gary Wolstenholme tests the Olympus Zuiko Digital ED 50-200mm lens which features a relatively bright maximum aperture and also has a silent SWD focusing motor.
Nearly every photographer has a prosumer model to back them up. Either as a camera to take on a day out or for if a full system is just too much to cope with. Now Matt Grayson takes four of the best and pits them against each other.
With thoughts of toffee-flavoured white chocolate coursing through his mind, Gary Wolstenholme wasn't disappointed at all when he found that the Cameramac is actually a rain cover. He prefers proper white chocolate anyway.
Nikon have decided enough is enough with cameras that only suit one type of photographer at a time and have produced a camera that everyone can use. Matt Grayson thinks it's about time as he was getting bored waiting.
Sigma 17-70mm f/2.8-4.5 Macro DC lens test
Canon ramp up the specification with the Canon EOS 550D. With an 18Mp CMOS sensor, +/- 5EV exposure compensation and SDXC memory card support. It promises a great deal and we see if it delivers in this test
Being the market leader in the fastest growing sector of the photographic market is a tough title to hold on to, especially with most major camera manufacturers announcing new entry-level products this year. Can Canon's latest entry-level offering, the EOS 400D, retain this position in the face of such fierce competition? In this review Gary Wolstenholme takes a look whether if anyone can, Canon can.
Sigma believe they hold the key to the ultimate image quality, the Foveon X3 sensor, recording 3 colours at every pixel does this camera deliver? Joshua Waller finds out.
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