Panasonic's new 9mm F1.7 lens promises to deliver top performance in a pint-sized package. Does it raise the bar for ultra-wide angle lenses in the Micro Four Thirds system? Check out our sample gallery to find out.
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After seeming to fall behind for a few years, Canon has been on a roll lately. There's plenty to compliment, but also room for criticism. Chris and Jordan don't pull any punches in this candid conversation about one of the industry’s biggest players.
After waiting over a year, Chris and Jordan finally had a chance to test the new Canon RF 100mm F2.8 L IS Macro. Is this the macro lens to beat?
Do you suffer from dust specks on your camera sensor? Chris demonstrates some proven techniques for cleaning your sensor, along with some truly terrible, terrible methods.
There have been a lot of interesting digital cameras over the years, but which are the weirdest? We brought in the legendary Gordon Laing from Camera Labs to help us run down the most bizarre cameras ever produced.
Nikon just announced its new 800mm F6.3 telephoto lens for Z-Mount. Chris and Jordan have been using a pre-production copy for bird photography and share their first impressions. You'll also discover why you probably shouldn't hire Chris as a birding guide.
Laowa has just announced a new 20mm shift lens, and we were able to put it through its paces in downtown Calgary.
Some cameras just feel right the moment they land in your hand. To celebrate great ergonomics, Chris Niccolls runs down his top five handling digital cameras of all time.
The new Sony 16-35mm F4 PZ is obviously an interesting choice for video work, but we think it's a solid choice for photographers as well.
We stress test the OM System OM-1 and Canon EOS R3 at an indoor hockey game. Does the Micro Four Thirds camera stand a chance?
Sony cameras do a lot right, but there's still room for improvement. We discuss some of our favorite things about Alpha cameras, as well as areas where they need some course correction.
For our 'Wooden Niccolls' series we recreate episodes from Hollywood films on a budget using consumer camera gear. This time around, we used the Panasonic GH6 to recreate a scene from the movie 'The Nice Guys' starring Russell Crowe and Ryan Gosling.
Does the H&Y RevoRing magnetic filter system finally put an end to the inconvenience and bulk of traditional filter holders? Chris and Jordan put it to the test.
Sigma has finally started releasing its excellent lenses in Fujifilm X-Mount. How do they compare to Fujifilm's own primes? We take a look at both performance and price.
In our latest 'Wooden Niccolls' episode, we attempt to recreate a scene from Shane Black's film The Nice Guys using a GH6 and some Vazen anamorphic lenses. Can Jordan play the tough guy? Is Chris even wearing pants? (Hint: no) We also take you behind the scenes to see how we shot everything.
We've been getting a lot of questions about the two new cameras introduced this month: the OM System OM-1 and Panasonic GH6. Chris and Jordan decided to answer some of the most popular ones – including the one about Chris' fireplace.
Chris and Jordan are impressed with the new OM-1 Micro Four Thirds camera, but they have some advice for OM Digital Solutions after using the company's newest flagship camera.
Earlier this week Sigma announced its new 20mm F2 DG DN lens for E-mount and L-mount cameras, the widest in the company's all-metal 'I series' of compact prime lenses. Check out our sample gallery to see how its image quality stacks up.
The Sigma 20mm F2 DG DN is the newest prime lens in Sigma's series of relatively fast, compact primes for E-mount and L-mount. Join Chris and Jordan as they test it in the scenic town of Kimberley, British Columbia, to show us how it performs.
Canon, Sony and Nikon all introduced new flagship mirrorless cameras in 2021: the Canon EOS R3, Sony a1, and Nikon Z9. We compare them across several critical areas of performance to see how they stack up.
Anamorphic lenses can add a cinematic look to video, but they tend to be large and bulky. Not the Vazen 28mm T2.2! Jordan shows us how useful this pint-sized anamorphic optic can be, even without extra rigging.
One of the most common questions Chris and Jordan get is, 'Why do you use mirrorless cameras to shoot your show instead of pro video cameras?' In this episode, Jordan explains exactly why he chooses mirrorless most of the time.
To celebrate the 10th anniversary of Fujifilm's X-mount, Chris and Joran from DPReview TV took to the streets with the original X-mount camera: the X-Pro1. Check out their sample gallery to see how its image quality stacks up ten years later.
This month marks the 10th anniversary of Fujifilm's X-mount camera system. To celebrate, Chris takes a new look at the system's first camera, the Fujifilm X-Pro1, and discovers that it holds up quite well a decade later.
Jordan from DPReview TV was pretty stoked to learn about the EOS R5C, a Cinema EOS motion picture camera and an EOS R5 stills camera all in one. Find out what he thinks of this new hybrid model based on what we know so far.
Can you get a great lens for $125? We tested the 7Artisans 55mm F1.4 to find out. How does this budget friendly lens compare to the medium- and high-end lenses we usually review?
This week our team at DPReview TV tested the 7Artisans 55mm F1.4 Mark II, a budget APS-C lens. Check out their sample gallery to see how how it performs.
The Leica M11 includes numerous updates, but for many the headline feature will be the camera's 60MP BSI CMOS sensor. How do those beautiful Leica lenses hold up to high resolution? Check out our sample gallery from DPReview TV to find out.
Chris and Jordan from DPReview TV recently published their full review of the Nikon Z fc. Check out their sample gallery, shot in sub-zero Canadian temperatures, to judge image quality from this retro-inspired camera yourself.
Chris and Jordan ventured into the frigid Canadian winter for their full review of the Nikon Z fc, earning Chris a beard full of ice. The good news? All those old-fashioned dials worked great with mittens. Watch this week's episode to see their verdict on this retro-looking camera.
It's a brand new year! That means it's time for Chris and Jordan to look into their crystal ball and predict all the big camera news of 2022 – before it happens. Find out what products and trends they expect to see in the coming year.