Tests & Reviews
SD cards have a bunch of cryptic codes on them. The most important when choosing an SD card for your camera is the Video Speed Class. Here’s what it means.
This 26mm pancake lens is the smallest lens in Nikon’s Z lineup. And yet I’m very impressed with its performance, both in handling and in image quality. It has quickly earned a regular place attached to my camera.
Discover the distinctive look of fisheye lenses & how you can use them to create unique perspectives in your photos. Explore types, tips & top picks for different mounts.
I’ve been out shooting with the new Ricoh GR III high-end compact camera. It’s no surprise that it has such a cult following. Here’s a collection of high-resolution sample images I’ve taken with it.
The Nikon Z8 is very picky about which batteries and chargers it uses. After having tried several batteries and chargers, here’s what I’ve found that works for me and what doesn’t. Includes batteries, chargers, and external power.
Here are some side-by-side examples of photos taken with the Nikon Zf throughout its native ISO range to give a sense of the image quality under different lighting conditions and at different ISOs.
Lightroom isn’t for everyone. Here are leading candidates for the best Lightroom alternative in 2023, including full-featured management and processing apps, RAW processing and image management, and the best free Lightroom alternatives.
The Nikon Zf has some really impressive low-light shooting capabilities. Here are some side-by-side examples of high ISO photos I’ve taken with the Nikon Zf from ISO 3200 up to ISO 64000.
I’ve been buying and testing SD cards and posting the results here for 8 years. These are the fastest SD cards I’ve found so far. I regularly test new cards and update the table and rankings below.
UHS-III is one of several up-and-coming technologies to make memory cards faster so as to keep up with the needs of capturing 8K, 360-degree, and virtual reality footage. But there’s no point in rushing out now and buying a UHS-III card (even if you could).
Like other newer Nikon cameras, the Nikon Zf has a built-in battery check feature. This isn’t so much about showing how much charge is left in the battery (although it does that). More interestingly, it can tell you when the battery has reached the end of its working life and is ready to be put out to pasture.
How to Prevent Google Drive App from Showing a Popup to Backup Devices Whenever You Insert a Memory Card
If you’re running Google Drive on your computer and finding that every time you insert a memory card you’re getting a popup asking if you want to backup the memory card, here’s the simple fix.
My aim in this post is to walk through how to adjust the control ring settings, explore the default settings, and dive into the various options available so you can set it up for your own style of shooting.
Like other newer Nikon cameras, the Nikon Z8 has a built-in battery check feature. It takes the guesswork out of knowing if it’s time to buy a new battery.
Enabling on the framing grids on the viewfinder or back screen display of the Nikon Zf isn’t as intuitive as it could be. That’s because it’s a two-step process. Here’s how to do it.
Keeping your camera’s firmware up-to-date gives you the benefit of the latest bug fixes and features. Here’s how to check the firmware version and update the firmware on the Nikon Zf.
Photography has many confusing terms. And one of the most confusing is “35mm equivalent.” You’ll see it when talking about lenses. So what does it mean?
Found a deal on a new camera or lens that seems too good to be true? It might be gray market. So what does that mean? And what are the risks in buying gray market gear?
Get to grips with fast lenses–what they are, how they work and why they’re so popular among photographers. Learn what defines a fast lens, the benefits of shooting with one, and good lenses to start with. Plus, discover some lens gotchas to watch out for.
Here are the edgeprint codes Kodak uses for 35mm (135) and medium-format (120/220) film stock, including black and white, color negative, and color transparency films.