One of my least used lens in the last couple of years is this Canon EF135mm f2.0L USM. Canon actually released this lens back in 1996 and it is still being made to this day… obviously for good reason. This lens produces beautiful images – sharpness and the quality of the bokeh. I don’t use this lens as much anymore […]
The BIG BAG!!! Here I have the F-Stop Ajna 40L backpack and both the Medium Slope and the Large Pro ICUs (Internal Camera Units). I bought this bag just after Christmas 2017 in the hope that I’ll be doing more photography adventures in the new year. Well,… 12 months have passed and I’ve only used this bag once 🙂 So […]
The Think TANK Photo Retro 30…. do I like it? I am still undecided to be honest. I have probably owned most of the Retro series (V1) camera bags from ThinkTANK Photo. I had the 5, 7, 10, 20, 30 and 50 over the past few years. And this particular Retro 30 is actually my 2nd Retro 30. I sold […]
The ThinkTANK Photo Urban Disguise 40 Classic is a very well-made camera bag. You can say that this is probably my main everyday bag that I use when taking my camera gear out. I alternate between this, the Tenba DNA 15 Slim (sold this yesterday) and the ThinkTANK Retro 30. These three bags are all very well built and practical […]
The Tenba DNA 15 Slim messenger bag in its Limited Edition styling is definitely one of the nicest looking messenger bag that I had. It is a pity that it was only available in the DNA 8 and DNA 15 Slim sizes. The Limited Edition is made to celebrate Tenda’s 40th a nniversary making camera bags and that material […]
I bought this F-Stop Guru UL backpack along with a Small Pro ICU (Internal Camera Unit) close to a year ago. The reason why I got this was because it was the summer holidays (yes, it is summer from Dec to Feb here in Australia) and I like to bring along my camera gear while out and about with my […]
Continuing from my previous post, here are some more photos taken with the Canon EF 70-300mm f4-5.6L IS USM… this time using the Canon EOS 5D Mark IV. From this experience, the Canon 100-400 looks a tiny bit sharper than the 70-300L if you look at the photos closely.. but overall both are very good. I am more inclined to move the 100-400 along as I don’t think I’ll be using it to its full capacity. If I do a lot of bird or wildlife photography then that’s a different story but for now, the 70-300 should be good enough for me that when I need a tighter frame, I’ll just crop the photo. I’m hoping to do a quick test of the Canon 100-400 with the EOS R before the 100-400 gets sold.