A quick episode today to update my review of the OBSBOT Tiny 4K Remote Control and a video to share details of my latest iOS app PhotoClock Pro.
Are prime lenses always better than zooms? You need to make that decision for yourself based on your own needs, and tests if necessary.
The OBSBOT Tiny 4K AI-Powered Webcam isn’t as smart as I’d hoped, but it’s still a great camera for dynamic online presentations.
A hands-on review of the new 14-inch MacBook Pro from Apple, with almost double the power of my four-year-old high-end iMac Pro!
I’ve started to take Canon’s new RF 100mm Macro lens through its paces, and today share my thoughts on this great new addition to my camera bag.
ON1 NoNoise AI 2021 has found its way into my raw workflow, with very impressive denoise processing and the ability to save the output in DNG format.
Occasionally I find things that once I own, I can’t imagine being without, so today I share five devices that make what we do that little bit easier.
Canon continues to improve on perfection and the new RF 100-500mm lens is no exception. See how it faired in the field in this comprehensive review.
Capture One Pro was updated to support the Canon EOS R5 and R6, and the image quality is amazing compared to the DNG workaround that many people used.
Having used the Canon EOS R5 for a week now, I can say without a shadow of a doubt that it’s the best camera that Canon has ever made, period.
A comparison of 3 ProGrade Digital CFexpress Type B cards with speed tests and a very respectable SDXC card dropped into the mix for good measure.
Canon’s imminent release of the EOS R5 is exciting, and a catalyst for more gear changes for me in a short space of time than ever before.