Choosing a travel camera can be a difficult decision. You’re presented with so many options, numbers, and specifications. But if you focus on the basics and the reality of your photography, you’ll have a much easier time choosing the right travel camera. This guide will help you focus on what’s important.
One of my favorite things about the new DJI Mavic Air drone is the small size and portability. This is also one of my least favorite things because the Air is only visible for a few hundred yards in ideal situations. Would a small strobe work to give me a longer flight range?
I was getting really excited about scheduling a post about the revelation the small DJI Spark would be better for me than the Mavic Pro. Seriously, like the day of, DJI announces a new drone that turns it all upside down.
I recently took a used Fujifilm X-T1 to Yosemite National Park to see if I’d like using Fujifilm mirrorless cameras better than my Sony mirrorless cameras. As it turned out, I didn’t take my Sony out of the bag once at all. Here’s why.
I recently downloaded Capture One Pro 11 for their 30-day trial. I didn’t need 30 days; I only needed a couple of hours with the program to decide that I needed to switch from Lightroom to Capture One Pro for all of my photo processing.
I’m considering making yet another major camera switch: first it was from DSLRs to mirrorless, and now from Sony mirrorless to Fujifilm mirrorless. Should I? Here are some thoughts on converting and what’s important to me.
Photographers who spend a lot of time hiking & outdoors should always have these camera bag essential accessories – prioritize these and don’t forget them!
Phase detection & contrast detection autofocus may seem like techie terms lost in camera specs – but they’re important to know. Here are the differences.
Looking for a low-profile daypack that can carry a mirrorless camera or DSLR, extra lens, and plenty of personal gear? Check out MindShift Gear’s SidePath.
Reviewing MindShift Gear’s BackLight 26L – a rugged multi-use camera backpack great for airplane travel, storage, and rigorous day hikes.