Canon has been slowly revealing details about their upcoming flagship mirrorless camera, the full-frame EOS R5. The upcoming R5 looks like it will solidly address pretty much every pro photographer’s feature request list when it comes to ergonomics, resolution, performance, video quality and more. To me, it looks like Canon has pulled out all the…

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Fujifilm just announced the surprise X-T4! Well, it maybe wasn’t a surprise if you were following the rumour sites, however purely from a timing standpoint, I think it was a bit unexpected, since the X-T3 hasn’t been around for all that long. However don’t let the name fool you, since for now the X-T3 isn’t…

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We have just received a FujiFilm X-PRO3 body in the Rentals Department this week to replace our venerable X-PRO2.  The X-PRO3 faithfully adheres to the rangefinder style body the X-Pro series is famous for, but with one big difference.  The large rear LCD display now faces in towards the camera body, and flips down when…

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…Hummingbirds or any other fast moving subjects. Why? The great advantage of mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras is they can be completely silent whilst in electronic shutter mode – an invaluable feature if you’re photographing a wedding ceremony, or shooting skittish wildlife, but the rolling shutter phenomenon is something that can render an image unusable if…

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  Fujifilm’s X-H1 is, for X-system users, a groundbreaking new camera. I have been privileged to spend a fair bit of time with two different preproduction bodies, through several iterations of beta firmware, finally to production level v.1.0.0 firmware, which may or may not be the very final version the camera actually ships with on…

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