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Roger's Corner

Mirrorless, Mirrorless on the Wall . . . . Part II

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And Now Some Meaningless Speculation These are simply my observations and speculations. I have absolutely no real information about any manufacturer’s plans. If I did I would have to sign a nondisclosure agreement and couldn’t write this stuff. But I like to speculate. It’s sort of like playing Fantasy Football with camera manufacturers. I’m going […]

Roger's Corner

Mirrorless, Mirrorless on the Wall . . . Part I

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Today’s post is one of those exercises in randomness that I just have to do every so often. I’ve been working with mirrorless cameras lately. That led to several people reminding me that two years ago I predicted mirrorless cameras would largely replace entry-level SLRs. After careful evaluation I have to admit I was only […]

Equipment

My Search for the Perfect Micro 4/3 Zoom . . .

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has no limits. I mentioned not too long ago that when considering mirrorless cameras, I made my judgements largely based on native lenses. I do enjoy slapping an M-mount lens in front of my mirrorless camera once in a while, don’t get me wrong. But I don’t consider putting a large legacy zoom on an adapter […]

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Sigma OS Macros on 5DIII / 1Dx Issue

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We probably should have figured this out more quickly, but when a brand new Sigma 180mm f/2.8 OS gave us this picture shot on a Canon 5D Mk III, we simply wondered, “what’s wrong with the lens?”.     Then we tested several others copies of the lens…

Roger's Corner

The Bad Photography Marketing Awards for 2012

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There’s an old saying among lawyers, in many variations, but all are similar to this: “If you have the facts, pound home the facts. If you have the law, pound home the law. If you have neither, pound on the table.” For photography, I would assume it would go something like this: “If you have […]

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