Detailed item info Product Information The Canon EOS 80D Digital Camera combines performance with ease of use. It features a 24.2 MP CMOS sensor that captures clear images and videos. For a wide viewing angle, it has a 3.2-inch Clear View II TFT LCD monitor and a pentaprism viewfinder. This
PROS Compact. Inexpensive for its class. Full-frame sensor. 4.5fps shooting. Superb image quality at high ISOs. Interchangeable focus screens. Integrated GPS and Wi-Fi. 1080p30 video capture. Battery grip available. Supported USB tethered and Wi-Fi remote control. CONS Not the fastest camera on the block. Viewfinder only offers 97 percent coverage.
After six months of using the Canon EOS 5DS and 5DS R to shoot a variety of subjects, from product photography and wildlife to a wedding, Callum McInerney-Riley reveals how the cameras performed 50.6-million-pixel, full-frame sensor Dual Digic 6 processors 61-point AF system 5fps shooting speed 150,000-pixel RGB-IR metering sensor
What this review isn’t: pixel peeping and statistical comparisons between various cameras. What this review is: a real world account in a professional environment from a gear lover with high standards. It’s not intended to be a catch-all review, it’s specifically tailored for my own needs and shooting style. Important
Nikon D4S Review Taking Nikon’s flagship, professional-level DSLR model to the next level, the newly-announced Nikon D4S aims to expand upon the company’s top-ranking D4 with an improved autofocus system, an insanely high ISO range, better speed and performance, as well as beefed up video recording specs. Although, by appearances,
Here is a quick comparison for the Sony A6300 vs Nikon D500 mid-range cameras with APS-c sized image sensors. Sony A6300 mirrorless camera features a 24MP CMOS APS-C sensor with copper wiring, 425-point on-sensor phase-detection AF system, 11fps continuous shooting (8fps continuous live view), Silent shooting, Max ISO of 51200 and 4K video capture up to 100
PROS New full-frame backside illuminated 45.7-megapixel CMOS sensor Class-leading resolution Excellent dynamic range Very good high ISO performance Improved JPEG image quality compared to predecessor Very quick startup Very fast AF speed Low shutter lag and cycle times Fast 7 fps burst mode Very fast 9 fps burst mode with
Wildlife, birding and sports photographers, who’s ready for the super-est of superzooms? Say hello to the Nikon Coolpix P1000! Not content with the shockingly-impressive zooming performance of the popular P900, Nikon has now upped the ante with its P1000 successor. While the P900 offered a record-breaking 83x optical zoom range