Up until 2017, Fujifilm users in search of a 35mm equivalent prime for the interchangeable series had all but one option: the XF 23mm f/1.4. With its fast aperture and excellent optical quality, it covered a variety of genres from landscapes and street to travel and documentary photography. Indeed, the only aspect that let it down […]
A curious fact about the Micro Four Thirds system is that there isn’t a single autofocus lens that offers the exact equivalent of a 35mm lens. The closest you can find is the 17mm focal length (34mm equivalent) and it just so happens that there are three of them, all of which were produced by […]
Yesterday Leica announced the arrival of a new addition to its camera portfolio, the Leica CL digital. It joins the Leica TL2 as the third camera in the company’s interchangeable APS-C line-up and takes its name from the original CL film camera released back in the 1970s. In technical terms, the CL and TL2 are […]
Portraiture is a popular genre regardless of the camera system in question and 85mm/90mm lenses (35mm format) have always given photographers the perfect field of view with which to work. As of late 2017, there are a number of Micro Four Thirds lenses that fall into this category but today we are comparing the oldest offering with […]
Owing in part to its legacy as a producer of advanced camcorders, Panasonic has long been regarded as primarily a video-centric brand rather than a manufacturer of stills-oriented products, even though, realistically speaking, its mirrorless cameras are perfectly capable of both.