Studio flash kits can help you take complete control of your portrait photography. But which are the best studio flash kits available, and which one gives you the most versatile lighting? We test 6 of the best studio flash kits on the market to find out.
In our DxO Optics Pro 8 review we weigh the pros and cons of this photo editing software to determine if it’s the perfect Photoshop alternative for photographers.
Olympus launched the PEN Mini E-PM2 and the PEN Lite E-PL5 at Photokina 2012. Both PEN cameras share a lot of similarities, most notably the same 16.1 million pixel sensor and TruePic VI processor that have been taken from the highly acclaimed Olympus OM-D M5.
In her Olympus E-PM2 review video, Amy Davies of our testing team investigates what this new PEN camera has to offer.
Wi-Fi connectivity is one of the big new features of the Canon EOS 6D. In this video Ali Jennings of our testing team shows you step-by-step how to complete the Canon 6D Wi-Fi set-up process.
The new Olympus XZ-10 announced today joins the XZ-2 in Olympus’s range of premium compact cameras, but is 40% smaller than its sibling and offers the same f/1.8 lens. In our hands-on Olympus XZ-10 preview video, Amy Davies of our testing teams runs through the Olympus XZ-10 key specs and features.
Nikon V2 review: has enough changed in the V2 to warrant an upgrade over the Nikon 1 V1? Our testing team put Nikon’s new CSC to the test.
Apple Aperture is one of the many ‘Photoshop alternatives’ on the market for people looking for a strong photo editing software that costs less than the might Photoshop CS. Aperture is known to be easy to use, but is it up to the job? Find out as we put its latest version to the test in our Apple Aperture 3.4.3 review.
The Triggertrap is designed to join forces between your smartphone and DSLR. But is it effective? Find out in our Triggertrap review.
In our Pentax K-5 II review video we test whether this new Pentax DSLR offers a true upgrade over the Pentax K-5.
Find out in our Nikon D5200 review whether Nikon’s 24.1-megapixel DSLR with its 39-point AF and 2,016-pixel RGB sensor is the new camera you’ve been waiting for.