Dan Bracaglia

Dan Bracaglia

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Lives in United States Seattle, WA, United States
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Joined on Nov 4, 2014

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Gallery: Fujifilm X-E3 sample photos

The Fujifilm X-E3 is styled like a classic rangefinder, but features a built-in touchscreen, AF joystick, and electronic viewfinder – truly an old school meets new type of camera. Lay some eyes on our sample gallery to see how it performs in the real world.

Meet the Canon PowerShot G1 X III

Canon went and put an APS-C sensor in a G series compact. The result is a mighty tempting camera for travel.

Sample gallery update: Sony FE 100-400mm F4.5-5.6 GM OSS

Bison, drift cars, horseback riders, antelope – from the beach to the race track, the Sony 100-400mm G Master is one versatile piece of kit.

Sharp and wide: Sony FE 12-24mm F4 G gallery updated

We've had more time to shoot with Sony's ultra wide 12-24mm F4 zoom; see how it performed in a variety of shooting scenarios.

Fujifilm X-E3 First Impressions Review

The X-E3 is the company's latest rangefinder-styled mirrorless camera, a 24MP X-Trans model. The most obvious change is the increased reliance on a touchscreen, but how does this affect what it's like to shoot with? Let us talk through our experiences.

Venus Optics Laowa 15mm F2 FE Zero-D gallery and user impressions

This lens, for Sony E-mount cameras, strikes a unique balance of small size, wide field of view (110 degrees) and fast aperture. Even more impressive is its promise of almost zero distortion.

Hands on: Nikon D850
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The Nikon D850 is here, and it is quite the specimen. Built for speed, resolution and 4K video capture, it appears to be a DSLR powerhouse. Take a closer look at Nikon's newest addition.

First look video: Nikon D850

Take a quick tour of Nikon's new D850 in our 'First Look' video and find out what makes this new pro-level DSLR so exciting. Hint: a lot of things.

How to buy used gear (and not get burned)

Buying used is a good way to save some dough, and with the right precautions you can protect yourself from falling victim to a scam.

Flip to flop: the pocket camcorder flash in the pan

Photoshop. GoPro. Every once in a while a product emerges that defines a category. And sometimes, it vanishes just as quickly as it arrived on the scene. This week's Throwback Thursday remembers the Flip, the pocket camcorder everyone had – until they didn't.