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Gallery: Fujifilm X-E3 sample photos

20 Oct

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The looks of a classic beauty in the body of a modern camera, the X-E3 is Fujifilm’s latest rangefinder ILC and also a lot of fun to shoot with. Sporting the brand’s latest 24MP sensor and offering the latest JPEG ‘Film Simulations,’ we took the X-E3 along on a tour of the town. Take a peek through our sample gallery to get a sense of what it is capable of, in terms of image quality.

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ICYMI: Canon 28mm F2.8 IS USM sample gallery

15 Oct
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Canon’s 28mm F2.8 IS USM may not be the most exciting lens in the company’s lineup, but it’s reasonably affordable, lightweight and solid. As fall weather begins to hit Seattle, we find ourselves visiting the sunny images of this gallery and thinking fondly of summertime past. Take a look to see what this little lens can do.

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

14 Oct

The Sony FE 100-400mm F4.5-5.6 GM OSS is a powerful piece of kit, despite its less-than-fast aperture. More importantly, it is sharp throughout its versatile zoom range.

We’ve beefed up of our initial sample gallery with some additional photos of bison, bears, prong horned antelope and drift cars. These join our original samples of models, beach scenes and horseback riders. Now how’s that for versatility?

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iPhone 8 Plus sample gallery

14 Oct

It’s not exactly a revolutionary device, but the iPhone 8 Plus does promise some evolutionary updates in the camera department. Apple claims that low light image quality is improved, thanks to a new image signal processor, and Portrait Mode gets an interesting update in the addition of a beta Portrait Lighting feature. DPReview contributor Jeff Carlson has been putting the 8 Plus to the test in some everyday shooting situations – take a look at how it fared.

See our iPhone 8 Plus sample gallery

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Sony Cyber-shot RX10 IV sample gallery updated

10 Oct

Where better to take a 24-600mm equivalent superzoom than on a trip to the mountains? With a zoom range ideal for travel, our Sony RX10 IV review unit headed north to Whistler, BC almost as soon as it arrived. Take a look at our expanded sample gallery.

See our updated Sony RX10 IV gallery

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

07 Oct

The Sony FE 12-24mm F4 G was released earlier this year alongside the pricier FE 16-35mm F2.8 GM. While it may not be as fast as it’s GM ‘big brother,’ the 12-24mm F4 is smaller, lighter, and wider, offering a rectilinear 12mm field of view. It’s also impressively sharp.

We’ve had some more time, collectively as a staff, to shoot with this ultra wide zoom since initially publishing our sample gallery in the summer. Take a look through and see how it holds up in the hands of several photographers and in a variety of shooting scenarios.

See our updated Sony FE 12-24mm F4 G sample gallery

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Fujifilm X-A10 sample gallery

30 Sep

At $ 500 with a kit lens, the Fujifilm X-A10 represents the least expensive entry point to the company’s X-system. Like its fellow A-series siblings it uses a traditional bayer filter rather than X-Trans, and though it lacks a touch screen or option for optical viewfinder, it does provide an impressive 410-shot battery life.

While it may be overlooked by Fujifilm fans seeking a robust body or better tracking autofocus, it looks plenty tempting if you’re on a budget and swayed by Fujifilm’s lovely JPEGs. We brought it along on a recent trip to Jackson Hole, Wyoming – take a look at how this light and compact ILC performed.

See our Fujifilm X-A10 sample gallery

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Not your typical superzoom: Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX10 IV gallery and impressions

14 Sep

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Immediately after its announcement in New York, we got a chance to shoot with the latest addition to Sony’s RX series, the long zoom, fast shooting, 4K-capable RX10 IV.

The first thing that becomes apparent is that the addition of phase detection immediately sets right the biggest limitation we experienced with its predecessor. Even across a range of shooting subjects, the autofocus was fast and exhibited vey little in the way of hunting.

Shooting at 24 frames per second you get used to going a little easy on the shutter button

Shooting at 24 frames per second you get used to going a little easy on the shutter button: hold it down for too long and, especially if you’re shooting Raw, you can expect to be locked out of the menu for a considerable period of time. Like recent Sony models, you can now enter playback mode while waiting for the buffer to clear, and the camera will show you the images it’s had time to process.

Intelligently, the camera groups all the shots from a burst together, meaning your card doesn’t become impossible to navigate, even if it’s full of groups of >30 image bursts. As you scroll through, you can hit the center button to expand the group and see the individual images.

Shooting sports

Overall, the camera is extremely responsive. The viewfinder doesn’t give you updates quite as immediately as looking through an optical viewfinder but it’s fast enough that, with a bit of practice, I was able to follow the relatively unpredictable action of a football (soccer) game, even when fairly zoomed-in.

The touchscreen isn’t the most responsive we’ve encountered but felt quicker than the one on the a6500. Tap quickly around the screen and you’ll notice the AF point will sometimes noticeably lag behind your current location, but this lag is much less apparent in touchpad mode. Touching the active region of the rear screen causes the AF point to light up and it follows your finger’s movement around the scene quickly enough.

We totally forgot we weren’t shooting with a high-end sports camera

Focus tracking also seemed pretty effective and, between the ability to easily register a default AF point (with a different one selected for each camera orientation) and use the touchpad to move it, it proved to be pretty quick and easy to get the AF point where it was needed before hammering on a button assigned to be AF-On.

There wasn’t time to completely familiarize ourselves with the full capability of the autofocus system but we’ll be testing it more thoroughly as soon as we get a camera into the office. We’ll also try to post some video samples in the coming days.

First impressions

Our first impressions, though, were that anyone getting outraged by the camera’s not inconsiderable price should try shooting with the camera for a while. Even in an initial phase of getting to know the camera, we’d find we totally forgot we weren’t shooting with a high-end sports camera, only to occasionally be surprised when we took it away from our eye and realized it doesn’t have pro-DSLR levels of direct settings control. This isn’t something that tends to happen with a typical superzoom.

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Nikon D850 sample gallery

12 Sep

Though the first priority for our full-production Nikon D850 loaner was to usher it into the studio for testing, we couldn’t bear to let it languish in a storage cupboard all weekend – so we’ve taken it on a tour of Washington State in early September. From Cascade peaks to the rolling hills of the Palouse (and a baby and a couple of dogs thrown in for good measure), we’ve got plenty of 45.7MP samples for you to peep at.

But keep a sharp eye on our homepage, as there will be a number of gallery updates in the coming weeks as we put the D850 through its paces for our full review.

See our initial Nikon D850 sample gallery

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Fujifilm XF 50mm F2 R WR sample gallery

08 Sep

Compact, robust and comparatively affordable: the Fujifilm XF 50mm F2 WR is an appealing mid-telephoto prime for X-series shooters. It’s a 76mm equivalent on Fujifilm’s APS-C bodies, and is also weather-sealed – making it a good companion for the X-T2. See how the pair performed on a classic summer lake excursion.

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