Fujifilm X-H2S Review for Wildlife and Bird Photography

Fujifilm X-H2S, front view

Fujifilm waited a while before updating the original X-H1, a camera released in 2018 with good intentions but at the wrong time. It had too little to offer considering its high price tag (which was the same as that of the much sought-after Sony A7 III, released in the same …

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Canon R3 for Bird and Wildlife Photography

Canon R3, front view without lens cap

The EOS R3 is a mirrorless camera that follows in the footsteps of the 1D X Mark III and all the other Canon flagship DSLRs that, for years, have served the most demanding photographers, especially those working in sports and wildlife. Having already tested the less expensive R5 and R6, …

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Sony A1 for Bird Photography (with Bird AF Review)

collage of three images showing the Sony A1, a Red Kite flying and a small Siskin perched on a tree.

I was “this close” to giving up on the Sony A1. The usual places from which I rent my equipment still hadn’t received it at the time of publishing this article. At other companies, it was never available. One of them even stopped responding to me after saying they could …

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Olympus OM-D E-M1X: 2 Years. No Regrets. – By Thomas Stirr

Editor’s note: the following article was written by Thomas Stirr, a very talented photographer based in Canada, and long-time collaborator. Thomas previously wrote articles for us on our old website mirrorlessons.com and more recently on this very website. Thomas is a great example of a person who makes the most …

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