I bought the Sony DSC-R1 in 2005 and it was my final fixed-lense camera before I made the step to a DSLR. I really like Sony for trying out new things and the R1 is a great example. It was the first fixed lens camera with an APS-C sized sensor and the IQ it delivered was worlds apart from other 'compact' camera's. It had a superb T* Carl Zeiss lens and for that time great ISO performance. The only downside was that it wasn't as quick as a DSLR. A one of it's kind camera.

I bought the Sony DSC-R1 in 2005 and it was my final fixed-lense camera before I made the step to a DSLR. I really like Sony for trying out new things and the R1 is a great example. It was the first fixed lens camera with an APS-C sized sensor and the IQ it delivered was worlds apart from other 'compact' camera's. It had a superb T* Carl Zeiss lens and for that time great ISO performance. The only downside was that it wasn't as quick as a DSLR. A one of it's kind camera.

As Canon continues to expand the Speedlite family, more photographers struggle to know which flash to buy. So let’s take a quick run through the current Speedlite lineup, from low end to high end, to see if we can determine which flash is right for your needs. SPEEDLITE 270EX II Starting with the least expensive …

Choosing the Best Canon Speedlite Flash for Your Needs

A speedlite flash is used to take a picture in a dark enviorment like a gym, or during an overcast day. I will use a speedlite flash while shooting basketball games or .swim meet perhaps?

Win Canon EOS 7D Mark II DSLR camera with Lens Kit + Canon Speedlite 430EX II International Worldwide Giveaway

Win Canon EOS 7D Mark II DSLR camera with Lens Kit + Canon Speedlite 430EX II International Worldwide Giveaway

Prizes: Canon EOS Mark II with Lens Kit, Canon Speedlite II (Flash), Adobe Photo (Photoshop & Lightroom): Subscription

It's time lapse photography, on steroids! We show you how to create hyperlapse video with basic gear. ==== Patrick Cheung Power Up http://vimeo.com/user10088...

Hyperlapse (or stop motion) photography // need 6 seconds of footage x 25 fps = 150 shots. If photographing a 605 ft motion area ÷ 150 shots = move distance between each shot

Awesome blog entry on canon camera and favorite lenses and what they do best!

good desc of different lenses - like I needed a reason to want more lenses! (photo courtesy of Jasmine Star)

How to Use Your Canon Speedlite 600EX-RT

The introduction of radio for flash triggering in Canon starts with the Speedlite a flash that opens new horizons but also forces users to learn a few new things. Here are the most.

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