I wrote this hands on review of the Panasonic Lumix S1 for Digital Camera World.
Rating: 5 stars ★★★★★ How can something so small be so useful? The Capture Clip V3 lets you carry a camera securely from any belt or strap, releases it in an instant and clamps it tight when you've finished shooting. It can hold up to 90kg, apparently, and the Arca-style camera plate will slide straight into any... Continue Reading →
Verdict: Three stars ★★★ You can have a lot of fun with the Olloclip Core Lens Set, but don’t expect DSLR-style optical quality. You’ll get images and videos that are great for sharing, but for exhibiting, not so much. You get what you pay for and you aren’t paying a lot. iPhone photography – don’t... Continue Reading →
Verdict: Four stars ★★★★ You probably got a cheap strap with your camera so why pay for a premium version of something you’ve already got? Keep reading to find out why, and to learn how Peak Design’s neat touches might even tempt one-time strap haters. When does a strap become a leash? Who knows, but... Continue Reading →
Verdict: 5 stars ★★★★★Don’t get me wrong. This bag won’t suit backpackers, travel photographers or sports fans. But if you’re a commuting photographer/journalist, like me, it’s perfect, and I’ve got five reasons why… 1: It’s supremely versatile My laptop goes in a separate padded pocket in the back, so I can get it out... Continue Reading →
Verdict: 5 stars ★★★★★ Who wants to return to the bad old days of fixed focal length lenses, manual focus and manual exposure? After trying the Laowa 9mm f/2.8 Zero-D, we do! It’s small, light, nice to use and produces terrific image quality. It’s even affordable! After using it more and seeing what it can... Continue Reading →