Tag: Reviews

ThinkTank Streetwalker Pro v2.0 Review (Via Shotkit.com)

This is a review I put together for shotkit.com There are a few brands that have become synonymous with camera bags. ThinkTank is one of those brands. Founded nearly 15 years ago, they’ve built an established following due to the quality of the bags they produce. I don’t think you’ll

Sony 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6 GM Review (via Shotkit)

This is a review I put together for shotkit.com As a sports shooter, telephoto lenses are bread and butter lenses. For most of my sports work, I prefer being in the water with a water-housing and a wide-angle, but there are some occasions where I don’t have that luxury. With

Writing for Shotkit.com

I wanted to let people know that the kind people at http://www.shotkit.com offered me the opportunity to do some writing and reviews for them.   It’s a great website run by photographers with a focus on gear so it’s great to be able to contribute to them.   I like

Sony VG-C3EM Battery Grip review

Introduction I’m a fan of battery grips. I’ve got big hands and they help balance out long lenses. I like the idea of being to put the grip on and off as required, as an example, when I am shooting events with long lenses, so grips appeal to me. When

SmallRig L-Bracket for Sony A7iii/A7Riii Review

Introduction When Sony designed the Sony A7 and A9 series cameras, it seems like they designed it for hobbits or a group of people who have really small hands. I have this idea that they went to market and every photographer they found had hands the size of my 8-year-old

Sigma 135mm f/1.8 DG HSM Art Lens for Sony E mount Review

Introduction When I lived in Fujiland, the Fujifilm 90mm (APS-C) quickly became favourite from a focal length perspective. I didn’t have a particular affiliation with the 135mm focal length, I think I originally picked up the 90mm because the AF speed on the Fujifilm 56mm was terrible for kids, but

Sony A7iii Review

Introduction In some respects its a little easier reviewing cameras when you are switching systems. You are not as tied to a legacy way of thinking so it’s a little easier to grip on a problem and think of it as a negative or positive. With using a different system,

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