Staff Profile

Carey Rose
Carey Rose
Reviews Editor at DPReview.com

As the son of a photographer who is also the son of a photographer, Carey's been around cameras since before he could walk. He graduated from Western Washington University with a degree in visual journalism, worked in public relations as a full-time photographer and videographer while freelancing as a wedding and events shooter, and is pursuing a Master of Communications degree from the University of Washington. As Reviews Editor, Carey spends a lot of time working on ever increasing the value, accessibility and relevancy of all reviews across the site.

On his off-days, Carey can be found playing guitar and riding motorcycles, though rarely at the same time.

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Sony a1 review
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The Sony Alpha 1 is Sony's flagship mirrorless camera for, well, just about anything. With a 50MP sensor, it gives you tons of resolution, but it also lets you fire off burst images at 30 fps for fast action sports. Add in 8K video capture and you have a really impressive package.

Sony FE 14mm F1.8 GM sample gallery

We've been shooting around with Sony's latest G Master lens and initial impressions are positive: the FE 14mm F1.8 GM is well-built, fast to focus, and plenty sharp, even wide open. Take a look.

Hands-on with the Sony FX3 cinema camera

Sony's latest FX3 has a lot in common with the a7S III on the inside, but we've got our hands on one to show just how different it is on the outside – take a look.

Hands-on with the Fujifilm XF 18mm F1.4 R LM WR

Fujifilm's latest prime, the XF 18mm F1.4 R LM WR, is a solidly built lens that we've really enjoyed shooting with. It's also a big departure from Fujifilm's previous 18mm F2 prime lens – get a sense of how it handles right here.

Just how good is Adobe Super Resolution? We put it to test with some classic 12MP ILCs

Adobe's latest addition to Camera Raw is a Super Resolution feature, which quadruples the pixel count of your Raw files and, in theory, doubles their linear resolution. Does that mean that you really don't need more than 12 or 16 megapixels anymore? We've put it to the test.

Fujifilm X-E4 review: small size, big image quality

The X-E4 is going to make a lot of photographers happy, especially those craving a near-pocket-size X-mount body with Fujifilm's latest IQ performance.

The new nifty fifty: Canon RF 50mm F1.8 sample gallery

Canon's latest RF 50mm F1.8 is compact and so affordable that it might seem like a no-brainer for any RF-mount shooter to snag one for themselves. But is it right for you? Take a look at how it performs on a handful of RF bodies in our sample gallery.

Hands-on with the Pentax K-3 Mark III

The Pentax K-3 III is here, and with almost six years separating it from its immediate predecessor, there are a lot of changes and improvements to Ricoh's new flagship APS-S DSLR. Click through for a closer look.

Hands-on with the Sigma fp L and its new viewfinder

Sigma's fp L is one of the most compact full-frame cameras on the market, and its new optional electronic viewfinder adds to its versatility. But how does it handle? Find out right here.

Ultra-wide and ultra-sharp: NiSi 15mm F4 'Sunstar' sample gallery

The NiSi 15mm F4 Sunstar is an all-manual ultra-wide prime for mirrorless camera systems, and it also happens to be the first lens that NiSi has ever released. We tested it out on the 50MP Sony a1, and we have to say, we're impressed.