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You asked me why I upgraded, so I put together this post to go through the 9 key differences. Nothing too technical, these are all things that make using the Nikon D850 easier. I was thinking about the Fuji GFX medium format camera but then...

If you're looking for a wireless shutter release for your Nikon DSLR then I may have just found the best one for you! I have tried them all! And the SMDV RFN4s would have to be the best I have found, it is reliable, easy to...

Bombo Quarry and Cathedral Rocks This trip started out with an idea to capture every lighthouse on the east coast of Australia, still something that I am thinking of doing. Kiama is about 2 hours south of Sydney and has a lighthouse, there are also 2 lighthouses...

I took the Nikon D810 for a test run First up, I will give you 5 of my first impressions of the Nikon D810, keeping in mind that I was using a D800 previously. 1. The D810 is much quieter than the D800 2. The autofocus on the...