Archives for February 2009

Review – Canon EF 50mm f/1.2L USM

Today, I bring you another review of a top-of-the-line prime lens from Canon, the EF 50mm f/1.2L USM. Like the previously reviewed (and well-loved) EF 85mm f/1.2L II USM, the EF 50mm f/1.2L USM offers extremely large aperture opening that allows maximum depth-of-field control for low-light, portrait, and creative effects for Canon EOS cameras.

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Review – GGS Glass LCD Screen Protector

As camera LCD display grows from puny 1″ screens to large >3″ LCD screens nowadays, the large surface area gets more and more susceptible to surface scratches, and in some cases, hard impact from buckles, belt hooks, etc. While there are abundant peel-and-stick plastic LCD protectors available, most of these will not help prevent scratches, […]

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Voigtlander Bessa R Rangefinder Cameras

I’ve always love film cameras, the process of opening a box of film, taking it out of the canister, lining up the sprockets, winding the film loader, etc. are all very therapeutic and enjoyable to me if I’m shooting for myself. I wouldn’t trade all the high-tech DSLR gear for that experience if financials aren’t […]

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Review – Generic Inflatable Mini Softbox

I ordered some stuff through eBay and since I didn’t want to waste shipping charges, I thought of giving an item a try. It’s an inflatable softbox small enough to fit over a standard hotshoe mounted flash. I thought that it would go well with the off-shoe ETTL cord that I ordered as direct, un-diffused […]

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Gaffed Up – Protecting with Gaffer’s Tape

A gaffer’s tape is a cloth-based tape that is frequently used in theaters, tv production studios, and movie sets for various purposes such as marking stage positions for actors, holding cables down on the floor, taping things together, etc.

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