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Report: The Nikon z7 is Now an Awesome Camera I’d Consider Buying


By Chris Gampat on Jun 29, 2020 06:00 pm
I'll be the first to admit that I'm very harsh on Nikon's products. A company that went from a failed series of overhyped point and shoots, the KeyMission cameras, and creating a mirrorless system just to catch up and be overshadowed by its DSLRs while riding its high horse, in my opinion, deserves it. But what's spoken louder is consumers with their wallets. And because of folks like you, the company has worked to really improve and fine-tune the Nikon z7 and the Nikon z6. Of the two, the Nikon z7 was always my favorite. I like resolution and color depth because I print a lot in my office. And with firmware updates, the Nikon z7 transformed from an expensive doorstop to an excellent camera. In fact, the Nikon z7 is so usable now that I'd recommend it for actual fieldwork. It's a professional tool for sure. And while there are some hardware issues like the lack of dual card slots, I think that the Nikon z7 and Nikon should be praised for the strides they've made to improve their products.

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A New Way to Attach Filters: The H&Y RevoRing Filter System Review


By Pauleth Ip on Jun 29, 2020 12:00 pm
Every so often, a product comes along and changes the way that we've always done something. That's precisely what the H&Y RevoRing Filter System is trying to do with how photographers use Neutral Density and Circular Polarizing filters. For many photographers, ND and CPL filters serve critical roles in their photography workflow. The problem with traditional threaded round lens filters is that they're limited to a single filter thread. If you've got a handful of lenses, each bearing a different filter thread, they would each require their own filter, and that can add up to quite a large sum very quickly. While filter holder systems help alleviate this by allowing you to use one set of filters across a bunch of different lenses, they often require you to juggle a lot of different components. With H&Y's RevoRing Filter System, the only components you have to manage are the RevoRing itself and the various filters that you will need. The folks over at H&Y sent over pre-production samples of the RevoRing Filter System to evaluate ahead of its Kickstarter campaign launch. Does it live up to its promise?

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Cheap Photo: Save up to 50% on Fujifilm Cameras, Lenses


By Brett Day on Jun 29, 2020 06:00 am
Hear ye hear ye! If you have been thinking about switching over to Fujifilm, you will be pleased to hear that there are some great sales on their gear at the moment. The Fujifilm X-T3 is a bargain at just $1,199, and the stunning X-Pro 2 is the same at $1,199! If you're looking for a real bargain, the X-A7 with a lens can be yours for only $499. So can the Rangefinder style X-E3! That's right, just $499! If you want a pocket powerhouse, you can snap up the Fujifilm X100F for only $999 too. There are great deals on lenses also, like the XF 8-16mm f2.8, which has an $800 discount! Click past the break to see all of the deals on Fujifilm cameras and lenses.

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They’ve Cranked the XT3 up to 11! Fujifilm XT4 Review


By Pauleth Ip on Jun 29, 2020 12:00 am
Following in the footsteps of a runaway hit will always be challenging. That's precisely the shoes that Fujifilm has to fill with the X-T4. When the XT3 was released nearly a year and a half ago, it introduced significant upgrades to the X-T camera series. Although the X-T3 garnered near-universal praise, there was still room for improvement. That's precisely what Fujifilm is betting on with the XT4. By incorporating much sought after features like a fully articulating touchscreen, in-body image stabilization, and a larger battery (all features that were absent in the well-received X-T3), Fujifilm is hoping to repeat the same level of success with the XT4. Does the Fujifilm X-T4 deliver? Let's find out.

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