Since my 40D died at the Australian GP in March, I’ve been without a SLR. This really did not bother me too much as it just so happened to coincidentally time in with a very hectic time at work, so I had limited opportunities to use it anyway!
However, at the end of this month, I’m going away on a 2 week journey to the centre of Australia -to Uluru, so I definitely need a SLR of some kind to take photos. Continue reading My new SLR – Canon EOS 100D and a GoPro
There are many people out there who stake that “if you want to be a serious photographer, you need an SLR.” I.e. you need the ability to change lens to suit the occasion. You need to have total control of your shutter speed, depth of field and white balance. You need to be able to drive a master speedlite with two slaves, want the capability to use your gradient filter kits and must have the capacity to capture high ISO pictures with low noise. More recently, you probably even want to shoot 1080p HD videos (no mention of shooting videos well, just shooting 1080p video). These are all assumed low level deliverables to the aforementioned high level objective. Continue reading Panasonic Lumix DMC-TS3 Review