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Snap Focus

Snap focus is, as far as I know, unique to the Ricoh GR series. Snap focus ‘snaps’ into action when you press the shutter without first giving the autofocus time …

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Red Hartebeest

Photographed on the Eastern Cape in South Africa, these Red Hartebeest were pretty cool and undisturbed. Although they may not look it, Red hartebeest are antelopes. They are even-toed ungulates …

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Capileira

Capileira is the highest of three villages in the gorge of the Poqueira river in Andalusia in Spain. The road is full of hairpin turns and obscured by low cloud. …

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Which Camera For Wildlife Photography

Someone asked me for a camera recommendation recently, a camera for taking photos of wildlife in Africa. This is someone who has spent a lot of time in Africa and …

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Lioness

Photographed on the Western Cape in South Africa, the lioness seemed so naked and exposed sitting on her haunches. That’s what crossed my mind and Ialmost didn’t take a photo …

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Greater Kudu

Greater kudu photographed in failing light at Gorah, in Addo Elephant National Park, Eastern Cape, South Africa. Photographed with a Nikon D500 and Nikon 70-300mm f4.5-5.6E ED VR AF-P lens. The kudu …

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Camera Weights

My main focus has been to find out what is lightweight., so this is not a full list of all Nikon, Fuji, and Ricoh camera weights and lens weights. That …

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Fuji X100s

What is there to say about this camera? It is a pleasure to hold and to use. The angle of view at 35mm full-frame equivalent is Goldilocks just right. They …

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Ricoh GR III

This is what the 28mm equivalent lens gets you on the Ricoh GR III. It’s a shot of the buildings down Trinity Lane in Cambridge, and I am going to …

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Nikon D70

I watched a video of a photographer talking about CMOS versus CCD sensors. CMOS stands for ‘complementary metal-oxide semiconductor.’ A CMOS sensor converts the charge from a photosensitive pixel to a …

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