RED Camera of American Gladiator

Humor and Sarcasm

Quiz: RED Camera Name, American Gladiator Name, or Both?


In the past, we’ve put out several April Fools day posts, from Roger explaining how to find the perfect brick wall to test your lenses with the utmost accuracy, to him explaining the new numerical analysis system employed to find which lens is truly the sharpest. This year, instead of teasing our readers to see […]

Geek Articles

Disassembling the Lumix S Pro R70-200mm f/4 OIS


We’ve been impressed with most of the lenses that have come out for the L mount cameras but haven’t taken many of them apart. But as luck would have it, we have several Panasonic Lumix Pro 70-200mm f/4 OIS lenses needing repairs for autofocus issues. In the U. S., Panasonic doesn’t offer repair really, just […]


Comparing a Ten-Year-Old Camera to a Modern One


This month marks ten years for the Canon 5d Mark III – a camera once known as the top of the line, now superseded by a couple of different camera generations. This March of 2022 being its ten-year birthday, I thought I’d do a fun little comparison to see how far we’ve come in these ten years, and if having the top-of-the-line camera is as important as…

Shannon Corsi Ski Film Nexus

Customer Stories

Customer Stories – How Shannon Corsi Brings Winter Sports to Life


With the 2022 Winter Olympics having just recently wrapped, people everywhere have a newfound respect for winter sports athletes. However, that respect is nothing new for the person we’re highlighting for our Customer Story today – photographer, producer, and director, Shannon Corsi. I’ve personally known Shannon for a number of years now, so it was […]

History of Lenses

Geek Articles

A Brief History of Early Lenses: Part 1


We are all recent-centric. We tend to think the technology we use didn’t exist until last year or so, even though the roots of it go way back. Phone apps are a great example. I have a dozen little apps on that phone that do things like calculate depth of field…

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