We've been shooting around with Tamron's new SP 35mm F1.4, a lens the brand recently referred to as its "finest ever," and we can see why. See for yourself.
Dan’s spent more of his life obsessed with photography than not. He graduated Rutgers University in 2010 with a degree in photojournalism and spent the first four years of his career as an editor at Popular Photography and American Photo magazines. In 2014 he joined the team of DPReview and relocated from his home in New York City to Seattle, WA. In his spare time Dan runs Northwest Sound Exchange, a publication dedicated to visual documentation of Seattle’s underground music scene.
The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 VII is the most capable pocket camera currently on the market thanks to a combo of good image quality, smooth stabilized 4K and an industry-leading autofocus implementation. For these reasons it receives our gold award.
The Tamron 35-150mm F2.8-4 is being marketed as a dedicated portrait lens, offering focal lengths appropriate for both traditional long lens portraiture as well as wider-angle environmental portraits and lifestyle shots. Take a look at how it performs.
We've updated our RX100 VII sample gallery with fresh images, as well as Raw conversions made using Adobe Camera Raw and a beta color profile. Have a look.
Sony squeezed an impressive amount of new tech into its latest RX100-series camera - it gains a new sensor, real-time AF (with animal eye detect), an EVF with no blackouts during bursts and even a microphone socket. Here are our initial samples.
Tamron's 17-35mm F2.8-4 Di OSD is a wide angle zoom that punches above its price class. It's compact, light-weight and most importantly, sharp, with well-controlled distortion. For all these reasons we decided to update our previously posted sample gallery.
|Rainbow and Truck by dalgo|
|medieval woman with sword by summicron|
from Medieval Costumed Actors in Ancient Structures
|Yellow Slicker by Billstek|
from Just a touch of color.