Panasonic has decided to hit the full-frame mirrorless camera market hard with its Lumix S cameras and the promise of 42 lenses by the end of 2020. Find out what the camera is like in this hands on review of the Panasonic Lumix S1 written for Digital Camera World.

Peak Design Capture Clip V3 review

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 →

Olloclip Core Lens Set review

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 →

Peak Design Slide and Leash reviews

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 →

Tenba Cooper 15 Slim review

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 →

Laowa 9mm f/2.8 Zero-D review

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 →

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