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Cannon Demi C

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London is full of really great photography walkabout locations, and I love me a good walkabout. Regents Canal is a pretty long walk, taken from roughly Victoria Park all the way up to London Zoo in Regents Park it will consume most of your day. There is a lot of interesting life along the canal, something you might not expect to find is so many people living on the long boats. This was the first time I’ve used my new Cannon Demi C, so this was just a test shoot with no expectations. I have to say that there is…

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Nikon J2, first tests

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I confess to having a BIT of Gear Acquisition Syndrome, but the disease is pretty specific for me. I don’t have to buy the latest and greatest, I have to buy cameras that I feel fill a niche.  Because of that I own a Nex-7, at the time the smallest ASP-C camera you could buy.  Now I own also a A7, the smallest full frame camera you can buy.  And I own a Minolta CLE, which is one of the smallest, best, and least known film rangefinders ever made. I own a Zorki, fully manual rangefinder because I wanted a…

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NEW EQUIPMENT ARRIVES

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My biggest concern when it comes to gear is equipment features v.s. size.  For this reason I can never consider some of the great camera from Olympus. I see countless amazing photographs from the OM series of cameras, some of their lenses are the best in the business. But I can’t see carrying around a 1/2 DSLR size camera for 1/4 the sensor size, makes no sense to me.  Especially considering the price of the high end bodies and lenses, wallet says OUCH! Therefore, at this particular time in history, there is only a single camera family that fts the requirements….

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