Author » Zach Sutton

I'm Zach and I'm the editor and a frequent writer here at Lensrentals.com. I'm also an editorial and portrait photographer in Los Angeles, CA, and offer educational workshops on photography and lighting all over North America.
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How Image Stabilization Works In Camera and In Lens

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Image Stabilization comes in a variety of different names and types. Whether it’s called O.I.S. (Optical Image Stabilization), VC (Vibration Compensation), VR (Vibration Reduction), IBIS (In-Body Image Stabilization) or just IS (Image Stabilization), it all foundationally does the same thing – controls the effects of camera shake to produce sharper images. With the recent years, […]

Equipment

The Nikon P1000 is the Most Fun I’ve Had with a New Camera in Years

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With over ten years as a professional photographer, I don’t really get the ‘GAS’ (Gear Acquisition Syndrome) like I used to. I’ve become pretty content with the gear I’ve acquired over the years, and so new purchases have become more about the marginal upgrades and business expense than the excitement waiting for the FedEx delivery […]

Most Popular Photography Products 2018

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Most Popular Photography and Videography Products of 2018

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Each year, we comb through our internal data and share some of the insight we’ve seen throughout the calendar year. As a company that rents out tens of thousands of pieces of gear each year, we think we have a pretty good idea of market trends and the most popular products within the fields of […]

Equipment

Review of the Canon EOS R Mirrorless Camera

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Canon has, at least in recent years, been a bit boring with their product announcements. Whereas Sigma is developing incredible lenses pushing what we once thought was once impossible, and Sony is adding focus points by the hundreds with each new announcement, Canon has just sort of coasted along, adding minor adjustments and tweaks with […]

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Gear I Love – The Canon 100mm F/2.8L IS

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A couple of years ago, I wrote a love letter of sorts, to a lens that I don’t own, but rent as often as I can, the Canon 200mm f/2L IS. Since then, I’ve had the opportunity to try the holy grail Canon 200mm f/1.8L IS, and my shooting style has changed considerably. So with […]

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