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Mamiya 645 50mm f/4 Shift lens review and comparison

September 05, 2015 - Ever since I moved over to a Leaf Credo 40 and the Mamiya 645 DF+ as my main system, I have been looking at new ways to...
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My $600 prosumer prime just walked all over my $1,700 pro zoom!

July 06, 2013 - Wow. Let me just start off by saying that. Recently, I upped my gear arsenal with a couple of very affordably priced,...
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Mother of all Ultrawide shootouts - Nikon vs Canon vs Sigma

March 10, 2013 - The ultrawide. Known as the most difficult lens to design and manufacture. Even more so the ultrawide zoom. The playing...
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Nikon AF-S 70-200 f/2.8G ED-IF VR review

February 17, 2013 - Quite a mouthful, innit? That name? Anyone who is into portraiture knows that a tele-zoom is an important part of...
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