Canon's 28mm F2.8 IS USM may be small in size, but it's big on fun. We wrote about our experience using it as our only lens in Big Sur, California, but in case you missed out on our full gallery, take a look to see what this little lens can do.
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We've spent some serious time assessing the autofocus system on the D850; from portraits to bicyclists, we've found out just how precise this camera's focus is, and how well its subject tracking will keep up. Check it out for yourself in our updated First Impressions review.
It’s not Canon’s most affordable full-frame lens, but the 28mm F2.8 is a handy little stabilized prime that DPR staffer Carey Rose came to appreciate on a recent trip to California's gorgeous coast.
Photographer Matt Granger recently pitted the Nikon D850 up against the flagship D5 in a subject tracking battle royal, proclaiming the D5 comes out on top. Is he right? Here's our take
From landscapes to motocross and white water kayaking to a wedding, exactly what can't the D850 do?
The Olympus OM-D E-M10 III is a gentle refresh of its predecessor. It's still a 16MP Micro Four Thirds mirrorless camera, still keenly priced and still devastatingly pretty. A revision of the user interface to make it more beginner friendly and the addition of 4K video sound good, but how much difference does that make?
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