Shot on the Panasonic Lumix S1 with the Canon EF 70-200 f/2.8 L Lens

We’ve been checking out the new Sigma MC-21 adapter which allows you to use existing EF lenses with your L Mount camera. That means you can use EF lenses with the new Panasonic Lumix S1 and S1R cameras. We reviewed both of those cameras in the past, you can read our S1 review here.


Introducing the long rumoured DJI Osmo Action. It’s finally here and we’ve taken it out and about to test out the new action camera.


Introducing the brand new Samyang 85mm f/1.4 AF FE for Sony e-mount cameras. This makes for a great portrait lens and that fast aperture gives you a lot of options. We were lucky enough to be able to test it out in the field.



When we got word that our used department had a Canon EF 50mm f/1 lens in, we were literally buzzing with excitement. Just to reiterate that's an f/1.0 on 50mm. With autofocus. It's not often you get to see '1.0' on the display screen of your DSLR!


The winners of the Sony World Photography Awards have been announced with winners spanning across multiple countries and photographs across varied themes and styles.

With the winners of the Sony World Photography Awards Photographer of the Year, Overall Open, Student, Youth Winners and Professional Category Winners being announced later today, we thought we'd have a look at some of our favourite winners from the Open competition of the 2019 Awards.



Alena Rusova,neon portrait photo by Ashley Laurence at The Blitz Factory. Rotolight workshop with Jason Lanier

Shooting portraits with neon lights can lend a fantastical, futuristic feel to your portrait photography. Park Cameras teamed up with Rotolight, and their 'Master of Light' Jason Lanier in our neon fantasia workshop held at The Blitz Factory.

We’ve been checking out the Panasonic Leica 200mm f/2.8 lens with the 1.4x converter to see how much of an option this is for shooting wildlife and sports.

Introducing the brand new Panasonic G90, a new mirrorless camera that makes for a great hybrid camera. Featuring both impressive stills and video specs all packaged inside a small, lightweight body.