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Which Lenses Should I Buy For My GH4 or GH3?

Which Lenses Should I Buy For My GH4 or GH3?

April 29, 201414 Comments

The GH4 is shipping now and the next big purchase if you don’t already have them is lenses. This list could get really long because the GH4 can take so many different lenses due to its Micro Four Thirds Mount (MFT). Add an adaptor and you can practically use any lens on the market. This […]

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How Well Does Your Lens Kit Match?

How Well Does Your Lens Kit Match?

September 6, 20134 Comments

Your Lenses are a very important part of your kit yet so many people go cheap when it’s time to buy them. I understand that not everybody can afford the best, but in order to get the best out of the camera that we just spent several thousands of dollars on we have to have […]

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Think Tank Photo Retrospective 7 Review. Style And Function All In One Bag.

Think Tank Photo Retrospective 7 Review. Style And Function All In One Bag.

August 19, 20130 Comments

I have a few Think Tank Photo bags. They are very well built and well,  just plane work great! In the past I’ve struggled with shoulder bags. They tend to be bulky and a hassle to work with, so I used backpacks mostly or rolling bags. These are great for getting you from place to […]

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It has Arrived!

It has Arrived!

May 6, 20110 Comments

Voigtlander NOKTON 25mm F0.95 MFT It has arrived! I cant wait to get this on my Panasonic GH2 and Panasonic AF-100 camera. I’m super busy today but hopefully I can sneak out and take some shots with this amazing and very popular new lens.   UPDATE: Had a very good opportunity to use the Voigtlander […]

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Novoflex MFT/NIK Nikon To Micro 4/3 Adapter

Novoflex MFT/NIK Nikon To Micro 4/3 Adapter

May 3, 20114 Comments

My Favorite Nikon Adapter I received my Nikon to Micro 4/3 Novoflex Adapter MFT/NIK today, and wow what a difference when you use a quality adapter that fits. I’ve tried Fotodiox and Kipon adapters and they just don’t fit right. They’re loose and when focusing or changing f-stop the lens wobbles a bit, and if […]

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