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    by Published on 31st May 2012 10:07 PM
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    Featuring up to 4 stops of image stabilisation, the latest offering from Tamron sets the record for being the first 24-70mm lens to offer in-camera image stabilisation. Having a large 82mm frontal lens diameter an incorporating cutting edge technology from Tamron's optical engineers, the Tamron 24-70VC is poised to set standards for image quality. Having VC is always a dream for videographers and the 24-70VC is a god-send with a bright aperture of f/2.8 and it'll work perfectly with full-frame 35mm cameras from Nikon's D800 to the Canon's 5D Mark III.
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    by Published on 16th February 2012 06:09 PM
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    10-Stop Neutral Density (ND) Filter Comparison: B+W vs NiSi


    Mention B+W and if the person listening didn't hear properly he may mistake you for talking about cars. In the context of photography though, everyone knows this brand is synonymous for their quality glass filters. What kind of filters you ask - UV (Ultra-Violet), Circular Polariser and Neutral Density filters.

    Most are familiar with UV filters as these are purchased not so much to reduce UV, more to protect the lens investment. The others are used as light modifiers to control or change the way and amount of light captured by the camera sensor. The favourite filter amongst landscape photographers is the Neutral Density (ND) filter. It is actually necessity for modifying the light especially in situation where the composition has a wide degree of brightness between areas of the scene. The standard ND filter has a constant darkness across the filter. A related filter is the GND (Graduated Neutral Density) and it is available in a 'Soft' or 'Hard' edge. The GND has a decreasing darkness across the filter. This makes the GND good for photographing scenes different brightness like that of the sun rising against the horizon and the dark foreground. In instances of irregular foreground objects most users like to use the 'Soft' graduated ND filter. That's a whole other debate so let's move on.

    By decreasing the amount of light entering the lens, the length of time that the shutter has to be open is increased (longer time in tenths or even whole seconds). A side effect of longer exposure times leads to special effects. The effect creates a motion like blur for the scene on objects that are in motion. A good example of this is the movement of water like that of a waterfall or even that of the sea. When captured in a long exposure the water looks creamy white or whatever the base primary colour of the water is unless there's a lot of white foam/bubbles.



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    by Published on 3rd February 2012 09:26 PM
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    Introduction
    Macro photography enthusiasts have something to look forward to — Nissin's entry into the Macro flash category comes in the form of the Nissin MF18 Macro Ring Flash. The Nissin MF18 manages to hold its own against its proprietary counterparts like the Canon MR-14 EX — with two independently controllable flash tubes (named Side A and Side B), and fine lighting control that lets you power down the flash to 1/1024 in steps of 1/6EV, the MF18 is one of the best flashes you can get at the S$400 - S$600+ price range.
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    by Published on 10th January 2012 02:32 PM
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    Introduction
    The Leica V-Lux 3 is its third generation of compact superzooms — and a Super Zoom this camera definitely is with its built-in 24x optical zoom. If you were wondering ...
    by Published on 10th January 2012 10:12 AM
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    Introduction


    Three Generations of Flagships. Left to right: SB-800, SB-900, SB-910

    Nikon has announced an evolutionary update to the venerable SB-900, the new SB-910. Addressing some of the issues experienced by users of the SB-900, as well as adding some new features, the SB-910 is designed to replace the SB-900 as the flagship speedlight in Nikon's lineup.
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