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Canon vs Nikon: how to choose the best DSLR for you

Of course, what matters most is not the camera but the creative eye behind it; that said, Canon and Nikon cameras each have some technological advantages they can offer photographers depending on what it is you like to shoot. Read on, as we attempt to answer the impossible question: Canon or Nikon?

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Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark II Vs the Canon EOS M5

Tweet Canon have finally launched a serious CSC (Compact System Camera) in the form of the EOS M5, but with announcement of the follow up to the highly successful Olympus OM-D E-M1 at Photokina 2016 it looks like the battle is on. Early indication’s here at Camerajabber.com show that although the Canon EOS M5 certainly peaked photographers interest, check out the what I expect from the M5 post, Olympus’s system is now so ingrained that Canon may find it difficult if not impossible to catch-up, at least not without some serious exposure and backing. Weighing up the pro’s and cons...

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Olympus OM-D E-M1 Review

Introduced in September 2013 as Olympus’s flagship mirrorless system camera, the 16.3Mp OM-D E-M1 has a Four Thirds type sensor and the Micro Four Thirds lens mount. It was the first Micro Four Thirds camera to have both contrast and phase detection autofocusing.

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What camera type should you buy?

There are lots of different types of digital camera available with models that are designed to suit beginners, intermediates and professionals. Our guide explains the key differences to help you decide which is the best camera type for you.

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DSLR cameras explained: 10 things to know about single lens reflex

Tweet For nearly decades, both professional and amateur photographers alike have preferred the single lens reflex camera. But what is a DSLR camera, how do they work, and why are they so popular? In this tutorial we explain the key points you need to know when making the jump to shooting with a DSLR camera. 1. What is Single Lens Reflex? While the name ‘single lens reflex’ camera seems a bit archaic today, there was a time when twin lens reflex (TLR) cameras were in high demand – and there are still a couple of models on sale today....

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