Just posted: Our lens review of the Pentax smc DA* 55mm F1.4. This lens is marketed by Pentax as a fast portrait prime for APS-C format digital SLRs, and the spiritual successor to the film-era FA 85mm F1.4. It certainly ticks all the right boxes, with weatherproof construction and a 'Supersonic Drive motor' for autofocus, but how well does it work when actually attached to a camera? Find out in our detailed review.
Just Posted: Our in depth review of the Olympus E-P1. Olympus has generated quite a buzz with its compact, mirrorless Micro Four Thirds camera. Its metal body, styled to evoke memories of the company's successful Pen series of half-frame film cameras contains a 12MP image stabilized sensor mated to the company's latest image processing engine. So, is this 'Digital Pen' the perfect carry everywhere camera? Read our 37-page in-depth review to find out!
Just posted! Our latest lens review featuring the Canon TS-E 24mm F3.5 L II. This tilt and shift lens caused something of a stir on its introduction earlier this year, with its new barrel design (shared with the TS-E 17mm F4L) that allows the directions of the tilt and shift axes to be freely rotated with respect to each other and the camera body. But behind this headline feature the lens also features an all-new optical design and Canon's latest coating technologies. So how does this all translate into real-world performance?