Sony

Sony is a major technology company headquartered in Japan that produces a wide range of consumer and professional electronic products, including digital camera equipment. Sony acquired the Konica Minolta camera business in 2006 and entered the DSLR market with its new Alpha brand. The company introduced its first mirrorless cameras in 2010, the NEX-3 and NEX-5, and it has since become the world's third largest manufacturer of cameras, behind Canon and Nikon, respectively.
Tamron 20-40mm Review

Tamron 20-40mm f/2.8 Di III VXD Review: Tiny Yet Mighty

Tamron’s trend of making atypical focal length lenses continues with the new 20-40mm f/2.8 Di III VXD lens. Like previous lenses in its "Frankenfocal" category, this new one is a success in everything that matters, from size, to resolution, to price.

The Camera Gear Behind the 685 Best Astro Photos Since 2017

Skies and Scopes have released its findings from analyzing all of the images shortlisted by the Astronomy Photographer of the Year competition from since 2017 to figure out which cameras and accessories are being used by the best astrophotographers in the world today.

Tamron 50-400mm Review

Tamron 50-400mm f/4.5-6.3 Di III Review: Not Your Average All-In-One

At first glance, the Tamron 50-400mm f/4.5-6.3 Di III VC VXD seems like Frankenstein’s monster of lenses. Super-telephoto lenses that provide a relatively wide focal length are uncommon and generally awful. Making a lens with such a wide range of focal lengths is complicated, yet Tamron made one that performs well across the zoom range.

Photo Editor

A Plea to Manufacturers: We Need the Definitive Photo

The Africa Geographic 2019 winner "Tim in Amboseli National Park, Kenya is a great photo. It shows Tim the elephant majestically backlit against a dramatic sky. Except, it didn't win: it was later disqualified for excessive manipulation.