ONA Camps Bay Review (via Shotkit)

I have been a bad with updating this blog with some of the recent reviews I put together for Shotkit due to some travel. I’ll be posting these up over the next couple of days. Enjoy… There is a common phrase in life that also applies to photography: “Buy once,

Snowboarding/Skiing with the Sony 100-400GM

I’ve always loved my Sony 100-400mm GM but it was only in Saalbach, Austria that I got to full appreciate how good this lens is. I’d been wanting to get out for a photography session with Snowboarding and Skiing for a while but sadly the Australian conditions aren’t that suitable

New firmware – no coloured AF points. Bad Sony!

A new firmware has arrived for the A7iii and A7riii and as usual, Sony like most camera manufacturers have proved that they are bottom feeders when it comes to customer service. The single most requested feature for the A7iii and the A7Riii is the ability to change the colour of

Wotancraft Nomad Travel Backpack Review (via Shotkit.com)

The great thing with writing for Shotkit is that I get to try out camera bags from a lot of brands (and I have somewhat of a bag fetish). The downside is my camera bag closet already looks like Taylor Swift’s shoe closet, and I’m already on thin ice after

Why Tamron’s strategy makes sense

There have been a lot of complaints about Tamron with “strange focal lengths” and their line of zoom lenses for Sony. 17-28mm, 28-75mm and now 70-180mm. There are also some complaints about the f/2.8 lenses. With the zooms, they are unusual focal lengths. I think most of the talk will

Sigma 70mm ART Macro Review (via Shotkit.com)

  As mentioned previous, I’m doing some writing and reviews for the awesome guys at Shotkit.com so this is the 2nd article and my first review to go live. There are more articles and reviews coming up. Sigma 70mm ART Macro Review (via Shotkit.com) The great thing with open camera

Dear Sony Users – It’s not Apple’s fault you can’t update your camera

Recently the forums and facebook groups have been littered with complaints about Apple. Yes, the evil people at Apple made their software incompatible with a whole heap of other software, and it’s all their fault. Except its not. Nearly a decade ago, Apple starting transitioning to 64-bit processors. The last

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