Panasonic G9 II vs OM System OM-1 – The 10 Main Differences

Lumix G9 II and OM System OM-1

The Lumix G9 II arrives six years after the unveiling of its predecessor. Panasonic says it’s a camera tailored for photographers, although its video capabilities are nothing short of impressive. Still, one of the many reasons people will be interested in the G9 mark II is that it (finally) gets …

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Sony A7R V For Bird Photography Review

Sony A7R V, body only

The A7R V introduces the next generation autofocus system from Sony, a system that relies on deep learning technology (or AI, as they like to call it) more than ever before. It’s more advanced, more intelligent, and includes more settings to configure. I wanted to test this camera to find …

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Review of the Nikon Z9 and Settings for Bird Photography

Nikon Z9 body with nature background

Finally! That’s the word that best describes this review. I’ve been trying to get my hands on the Nikon Z9 for a while now, but there was always something in the way, whether it was a private matter or camera / lens availability. December was the lucky month: I found …

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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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