Photography Equipment Reviews
Buying the right camera, lens, accessory or software to suit your photography is really important. Our product reviews offer independent views with hands-on opinion and honest verdicts aimed to give you all the important information you need to make the best buying decisions.
Shooting in RAW opens up new possibilities for digital photographers. It allows complete control over colour balance, tone and contrast. Because the information in the original RAW file is never altered, it is a also completely non-destructive process.
- 7 Apr 2006
The CP-100 design is very compact and weighing around 990g it is certainly portable. Combining a silvery finish with translucent blue plastic makes it appear stylish and all the openings have smart covers for when it is not in use.
- 24 Jun 2002
The Seagull 4A-105 medium format film camera tested
- 19 Aug 2002
Our test of the Canon CanoScan FS 4000 US film scanner
- 4 Oct 2001
The MAGPiX B350 combines a pair of 8x21 binoculars with a built in camera allowing you to see a magnified view of the subject and then use the digital camera's 5x telephoto lens to capture the action. All for just £90
- 14 Feb 2003
Slick looking Fuji 40i reviewed
- 11 Apr 2001
- 26 Jul 2005
The E-400 - a bantamweight with the punching power of a light heavyweight, as Duncan Evans reveals while testing Olympus' lightest and latest, Four Thirds Standard SLR.
- 1 Dec 2006
Having already taken a look at Phase One's budget RAW processing solution, Capture One LE, Gary Wolstenholme turns his attention to Capture One PRO to see if the extra cost is justified by the additional features.
- 11 Apr 2006
The Unlimited version is the third installment to Realviz' Stitcher packages. Matt Grayson gets to grips with the expanded pack because he's rubbish at gluing pictures together.
- 27 Jun 2007
You would have to sell your soul to the Devil to get hold of the Canon EOS 1Ds MkIII and Nikon D3 at the same time. Matt Grayson prepares for an eternity of pain.
- 19 Mar 2008