Yes, we’re talking about the big ‘C’ word and for once, we don’t mean Covid! Christmas is not that far away so now’s the perfect time to start thinking about gifts for friends, family, loved ones and don’t forget yourself!
Did you know that the majority of photographers are inspired to get into photography by receiving a camera as a gift? No, we didn’t either but if you want to nudge someone in the direction of a photography hobby then Christmas might be the ideal time to do it. However, a problem many come across is the price of a camera/lens as they can be rather expensive and as a result, turn into a rather extravagant gift. In fact, research suggests that 66% of people believe the cost of kit is the primary barrier for people who want to get into photography but MPB want to bring down the barriers by encouraging consumers to buy second-hand.
“MPB wants to encourage consumers to give a present that is good for the planet as well as the wallet, and gift used this year,” MPB.
Photography as a hobby doesn’t have to cost a fortune or the earth and MPB offers used cameras and lenses in perfect working condition for as little as £34.
Whether you’re buying for a student looking for something more professional or a loved one who loves family photography – MPB has thousands of products for all skill levels.
Here are MPB’s top gifting recommendations for both professionals and beginners this Christmas:
If you have more cash to spend then a kit pairing such as the Nikon D750 with the Nikon AF-S 24-70mm f/2.8G IF-ED could be the ideal present for the photographer in your like. Ideal setup for an advanced photographer who wants to cover most needs in terms of focal length and performance. The Nikon D750 Digital SLR Camera sets a benchmark for DSLR technology. The impressive mix of technology and performance makes it an agile camera ready for any scenario. Paired with Nikon AF-S 24-70mm f/2.8G IF-ED – its versatility makes it a hit with all professionals, and a vital tool for any photographer’s kit.
To shop more products, visit the MPB website where you can also trade in your own kit.
ePHOTOzine is excited to announce that we have partnered with MPB to bring ePHOTOzine members fantastic offers on used photography gear as well as an easy route for you to sell your own photo and video kit to MPB.
Commenting on the new partnership, Patrick Williamson, Global Head of Media says: “MPB is delighted to be partnering with ePHOTOzine as their exclusive second-hand partner. MPB has always been committed to making photo and video kit more accessible and affordable. Through this partnership, we hope that we can offer something for everyone, whether they’ve just discovered their passion, or are already a pro.”
MPB buy almost all modern photo and video equipment, including DSLRs, video, mirrorless, action, digital rangefinder and digital medium format cameras. Plus, they will also purchase accessories such as tripods lenses and flashgun from you.
To get a quote, simply fill in the form over on the MPB website and get a free, instant online quote on your kit.
As well as selling your own kit, you can purchase a wide range of used cameras, lenses and more which have been carefully checked by the MPB team and come with competitive prices.
Tracey Jennings, our very own Managing Director & Owner, tried out MPB’s services to recently sell a lens and found the process seamless from start to finish; “From the easy quote process, to the free insured shipping, resulting in receiving more than the original quote once they checked my item, I couldn’t have been happier and I am delighted to be partnering with a company I can personally recommend”.
To celebrate 80-years since the launch of Hasselblad’s first camera, a 907X Anniversary Edition Kit featuring a CFV II 50C digital back, 907X camera body, control grip, optical viewfinder, and XCD 3,5/30 Lens has been introduced.
Main features of the Hasselblad 907X Anniversary Edition Kit:
Large medium format 50MP 43.8 x 32.9mm CMOS sensor
Up to 14 stops of dynamic range
16-bit colour definition
Integral central lens shutter (speed from 1/2000th of a second to 68 minutes)
Hasselblad Natural Colour Solution (HNCS)
3.2-inch TFT rear display, 2.36M dots, tilts up to 90 degrees for waist-level shooting, supports 2.4GHz and 5.8GHz wireless connection
USB-C port for charging, up to 5Gbps transmission rate
Dual UHS-II SD card slots
Hasselblad User Interface (HUI), easy to use and intuitive
Compatible with Phocus Mobile 2 for tethered capture, image editing, importing and exporting photos, and firmware updates
The 907X Anniversary Edition Kit will be limited in quantity and is now available for pre-order. Please inquire with local dealers. The Edition Kit has an MSRP of £13,900 including VAT.
While there are dozens of options for filters, covering different effects, sizes, and manufacturers, I’ve found that I only need a few key filters for a landscape shoot. I like to use neutral density filters and circular polarizers, both of which are impactful and less easy to replicate in software. Haida’s NanoPro line has delivered great results in my past experience — can their magnetic filter line deliver the same quality?
Haida sells a number of pieces in their “Magnetic Series”, including UV, ND, variable ND, graduated ND, and polarizing filters, along with their astro-focused clear night filter and adapter rings. In this review, I’ll be taking a look at the 82mm kit, which includes everything necessary for use with 82mm and 77mm lenses, thanks to the included adapter ring. For filters, the kit includes a circular polarizer, a 6 stop ND filter, and a 10 stop ND filter. It also includes a leather carrying case and magnetic lens cap.
Haida’s packaging is clean and functional, with the filters already stored in the included carrying case. Unboxing is simple, requiring just unwrapping the filters, which came pristine from the factory. Beyond that, there’s not much to the question of usability — the filters attach easily to the magnetic ring once you’ve mounted it to your lens. You can stack filters on top of one another, while the thin filter rings reduce the risk of vignetting from the stacked filters.
Attaching and detaching is literally a click, with the filters snapping together firmly, and separating under fingertip pressure. While the filters are secure, it’s possible to drop them if you’re not careful, or even knock them off if something catches the front of the lens just right. The very thin filter rings, while nice for preventing vignetting, don’t offer a ton of grip options. This lack of grip also impacts the case, where you have to fish the filters carefully out of the deeper pockets, otherwise, you’ll end up smudging the glass. These issues aren’t unique to these filters, as they affect any filter with a thin ring, but they are more noticeable given the intent of the magnetic design. A filter that makes it this easy to take on and off should also make it easy to manipulate and store.
While the magnetic attachment means you won’t often need to screw them in, the threads are cut very cleanly. This makes it easy to attach the magnetic base, as well as easy to unscrew after use.
Beyond the usability, which is quite good, the biggest question is how do the filters perform? It makes no sense to put a $10 filter with poor performance in front of a $2,000 lens. Fortunately, these filters deliver a great quality image, comparable to the B&W, Breakthrough, and Tiffen filters I use and tested against.
In testing, I found no unusual issues with flare (adding a filter always adds the possibility of flare, as there’s another piece of glass in the way). Neither the packaging nor filter itself indicates whether it’s multicoated, but I did find them easy to clean and flare resistant, potentially indicating that there is some level of coating.
The circular polarizer has a pretty unique design. Since the filters can rotate freely within the magnetic ring, the polarizer is just a fixed ring, relying on the rotation to adjust the degree of polarization. While it’s tough to say whether this translates to a lower degree of vignetting, at least it’s a cool design.
The neutral density filters appear to match the rated reduction in light. With them in place, they matched both the level of reduction provided by similarly rated filters, as well as the mathematically expected change in exposure.
Color casts are a little tricky to judge. I’ve found that every significantly dark ND filter can introduce some sort of color cast and I’ve even had different results per lens. Fortunately, these don’t produce a strong cast.
Evaluating the polarizer’s performance is tricky. In many scenes, the effect itself can be variable and subtle, depending on how the polarizer is set. I didn’t notice any issues in use, and it seemed to perform well against the benchmark filters I was referencing. In the past, I’ve found that as long as a polarizer doesn’t negatively impact image quality, it’s probably fine.
Overall, the kit is well thought out. The choice of included filters is very logical, with it covering all the essentials I would find myself wanting. I’d love to see a version that includes the night sky filter or the black mist filter, as these are the other two filters from Haida’s line that I would definitely include in the bag. The lack of a graduated neutral density filter isn’t a significant loss, as those filters are less necessary with modern camera’s dynamic range capabilities.
If you’re looking at this set and have any possibility of getting an 82mm lens now or in the future, definitely consider opting for 82mm over 77mm. It looks like 82mm (or even larger, unfortunately) is increasingly becoming the standard size on lenses. Fortunately, it’s not a big penalty when it comes to carrying filters, and the included 82mm to 77mm adapter works well. On the topic of other inclusions, a direct 82mm to 77mm magnetic adapter would be great, letting you keep one magnet ring on each lens, then just swapping filters between them in use.
Haida’s NanoPro magnetic filter lineup performs quite well. When it comes to filter performance, I have no complaints. The filters performed well and were in line with their rated values, all while remaining quite cost-effective. The magnetic system may be a great fit for some users, while others may prefer the square slot style of adapters, or even just the traditional screw-in filters. Overall, I think this system strikes a good balance between portability, thanks to being smaller than those square filters, speed of operation, and quality of results. Haida’s NanoPro kit is available now, and includes the circular polarizer, 6-stop and 10-stop ND, 77mm adapter ring, and a magnetic lens cap.
What I Liked
Included filters are all essential and very useful
Magnetic system works well in the field
Included carrying case makes it a convenient single “kit” for essential landscape filters
Magnetic lens cap is useful, and a smart solution to lens cap incompatibility
What Could Be Improved
Filter rings are very slim, which can make handling them tricky
“Soft” incompatibility with lens caps is disappointing, albeit understandable
The retro-inspired Nikon Z fc was announced in late June to considerable positive feedback from fans. Unfortuantely, the ongoing parts shortage that is affecting all consumer electronics companies has hit Nikon particularly hard. The company — which had already been struggling to meet 2020 orders for the Z7 II camera — was overwhelmed by demand for the Z fc.
Less than a week after the Z fc was officially announced, the company issued an apology that stated it would likely be “some time” before those who pre-ordered the camera would receive it, and even longer for those who did not to see the camera on store shelves.
Two weeks later, Nikon issued another apology, this time with regard to the Z fc 28mm f / 2.8 Special Edition Kit. The company stated that it was initially planning to make this kit available in late July, but due to overwhelming demand was forced to postpone the release indefinitely.
Thank you for your continued patronage of Nikon products.
The release date of the APS-C size (Nikon DX format) mirrorless camera “Z fc 28mm f / 2.8 Special Edition Kit”, which was announced as undecided, has been decided on October 1st (Friday). We sincerely apologize for the delay in the release.
Since the “Z fc 28mm f / 2.8 Special Edition Kit” has received a large number of reservations, it may not be possible to deliver it to some customers who have already made reservations on the day of release. In addition, it may take some time for the products to be delivered to customers who make reservations in the future, as they will be delivered in sequence.
We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience caused to customers who are waiting for this product.
We will do our utmost to deliver the product as soon as possible, and we appreciate your understanding.
In short, Nikon is planning to finally release the kit, but its numbers will be limited and even those who pre-ordered it the day it was announced are not guaranteed to receive it in October.
Used specialist MPB has announced the The Photo and Video Kit Hall of Fame Class of 2021. The shortlisting process involved calling in support from a nominating committee made up of photographers and photography experts from around the world, followed by a public vote across 71 countries, The Class of 2021 has now been decided.
The Photo and Video Kit Hall of Fame Class of 2021 is as follows
Classic inductee: Canon EOS 5D Mk III
“Since its release in 2012, the Canon EOS 5D Mark III has become a staple in any photographers and videographers kit bag. Its impressive specification is perfect for those who want to make the jump from hobbyist to professional. A Classic inductee stands as a benchmark for quality in an ever-changing world of gear; perfect for anyone looking to get into photography.”
Game Changer inductee: DJI Mavic 2 Pro
“As one of the most powerful drones on the market, The Mavic 2 Pro took visual storytelling to new heights, capturing standout quality images from incredible angles, all packed into a compact and portable design. Game Changers disrupted the field by ushering in new technology, expanding product capabilities or making quality more accessible.”
Iconic inductee: Hasselblad 501C
“The 500 series forms some of the most quintessential cameras in photographic history. A legacy of true craftmanship, the Hasselblad 501C is still one of the most lusted after medium formats nearly three decades after its release. Symbols of quality, idolisation and inspiration, an Iconic inductee is the crème de la crème of photo kit.”
Road Tested inductee: Nikon D850
“This high-resolution DSLR rises to the challenge every single time, the Nikon D850 is a fantastic all-rounder that offers quality and reliability in the most demanding of environments. Road Tested inductees represent the workhorses of kit. This gear is tried-and-true from rainforests to runways, these nominees deliver time and time again.”
Trendsetter inductee: Sony A7III
“The Sony A7 series continues to pave the way for mirrorless technology. With outstanding image quality and 4k video packed into a sleek travel-friendly body, it’s no surprise the Sony A7III is a popular model amongst content creators as well as professional photographers. A Trendsetter shapes conversation about how it looks as well as the images it captures.”
.Matt Barker, CEO and Founder, MPB, says:
“It has been an extraordinary experience to watch The Photo and Video Kit Hall of Fame grow from an idea to the event it is today. We are honoured to have built a space that allows photographers, videographers and tech-enthusiasts to express their passion for these products, as well as educating others on the vast and incredible world of photo and video kit.
The final inductees give the perfect insight for visual storytellers to consider the kit that is right for them when they want to try something new, hone their skills, or pursue their passion.
This year’s global nominating committee has been a brilliant addition to the process – they have brought a wealth of experience to the table and selected an impressive line-up of kit for voters to choose from. The Photo and Video Kit Hall of Fame is a testament to the amount of remarkable kit there is out there.”
The Photo and Video Kit Hall of Fame’s Class of 2021 will be formally inducted in the autumn. Follow @mpbcom to keep up with the latest information and visit kithalloffame.com to find further details on the nominating committee, categories and learn more about the five inaugural pieces of kit inducted last year in the Class of 2020.
Used specialist MPB ranks high in Sunday Times tech list
Features Handling and Performance Verdict Specification
The LEE85 system is designed to make it easy to add up to 3 filters to a smaller camera system such as mirrorless cameras, or smaller DSLRs, and is available in a number of different configurations depending on what you want from your filter kit. We are looking at the LEE85 Develop Kit, which includes a Big Stopper, a graduated ND filter, and the LEE85 system, priced at £291.60.
LEE85 Develop Kit Features
The LEE85 system was developed for smaller DSLRs and Mirrorless cameras, with an 85mm wide filter size, making it suitable for a range of smaller lenses, making it easier to take with you, rather than the larger 100mm system.
The LEE85 system is available in a number of different kits, and we are testing the LEE85 Develop kit, which includes the “Big Stopper”, LEE Filters 10 stop ND filter, and a 0.6ND Medium Grad filter. You also get a travel case, which includes a short strap, so you can attach it to another bag or tripod, a longer strap, so you can put it around your neck or over your shoulder, and a belt loop on the rear.
The LEE85 Holder can be configured with 1, 2 or 3 filter slots using the included modular guide blocks so that you can have it set up as you need. You might want to add a third filter, or you might simply want to have just one filter on at a time. You can also clip the LEE85 Polariser into the front of the filter holder.
The kit comes with everything you need to get up and running, with filter adapters in 58mm, 67mm, and 72mm sizes. Other sizes are available if your lens uses a different filter size. You’ll also find a handy guide in the kit, as well as a travel guide to give you guidance on the exposure needed or you can download the LEE Stopper Exposure Guide app.
LEE85 Develop Kit Includes
LEE85 Filter Holder – includes 1, 2 and 3 filter guide-blocks
0.6 Medium ND Grad (2 stop)
Big Stopper (10 stop) – with storage tin
58mm, 67mm and 72mm Adaptor Rings
LEE85 System Pouch – with shoulder strap and belt loop
LEE85 Develop Kit Handling and Performance
LEEFilters 85 Develop Kit – Box Contents (Case not shown)
The kit comes with popular lens filter sizes, including 58mm, 67mm, and 72mm, and you simply screw the correct size onto the front of your lens. The filter holder then clicks on to this, letting you add the Big Stopper 10 stop ND filter, and/or the 0.6ND medium grad filter. The Big Stopper ND filter has a soft foam area to stop light leaks from getting through to the lens and comes in a protective metal case.
The 0.6ND medium grad filter has a useful grip tab at the top so you can easily move it up and down when needed, without getting fingerprints on the shooting area.
The filter holder comes fitted with room for two filters, but you’ll also find in the box a small pouch with additional filter guides, to let you use 1 filter or up to 3 filters. There’s a small tool provided to help you change this if needed.
There’s also a handy case to keep everything safe and dry, and there’s both a medium-sized shooting guide, as well as a more compact exposure guide that you can keep stored in your wallet.
Everything feels extremely well made, with solid plastics and metal touches. The main control knob has a grippy textured metal finish to it, and the mainframe is made of metal and feels built to last.
The main control knob (also called the Green locking device) has three positions, locked, loose (so you can turn the filter when needed), and unlocked, so you can remove the filter from the lens when needed. This makes it easy to take the filter holder off when needed, and when it is in the locked or loose positions it feels extremely secure, so you don’t need to worry about it falling off. In the loose position it lets you rotate the filter if needed, but this did feel a little tight at times, although I expect we will get used to this over time. You’ll want to make sure you’re using a lens that doesn’t rotate when focusing, and switching to manual focus is recommended, as some camera systems can struggle to focus accurately through a 10 stop ND filter.
Lee Filters LEE85 Sample Photos
Sample Photos – The Big Stopper needs no introduction really, being known worldwide and a quality 10 stop ND filter. What is new, is the LEE85 system, which uses 85mm wide filters to give you a more compact system, designed for mirrorless and smaller DSLRs.
The Big Stopper 10 stop ND filter makes it possible to take long exposure photography, and still get great colour in your image, without having to correct or process the image further, unless you want to adjust it to taste. One thing to be aware of is that the longer the exposure, the more any movement will be picked up in the camera, and you could also find yourself watching as the weather or lighting changes, which will affect your exposure. Something experts in this area are probably used to. If you have a Panasonic or Olympus camera that has Live Time / Live Bulb or Live Composite modes, then you can watch the exposure happening while you take the photo and this can be a great way to work out the exposure. If you shoot in raw then you have the ability to correct for any exposure issues, and it’s a great way to tweak the image to get the best results.
The 0.6 GRAD ND filter was used to reduce the brightness of the sky and has stopped the foreground from looking dark and dull, giving extra colour thanks to a more balanced exposure. It’s also made the clouds look more dramatic in this shot. Thanks to the ability to rotate the filter when needed, it’s possible to line up the horizon with the filter, and this has made it very difficult to spot any line in the image where the ND part of the filter starts.
Value For Money
In terms of a square filter kit, the LEE85 system offers a great package, with different configurations available, depending on your needs, and the price of the LEE85 Develop kit, at £291.60 is great value for money. Alternatives from other manufacturers are similar in price, or more, but often use 100mm filters, which makes the system larger, and less suited to smaller camera systems.
LEE85 Develop Kit Verdict
The LEE85 Develop Kit is a great way to get started with filters, and the inclusion of the Big Stopper means you’re set up for long exposure photography straight away. The grad ND filter will be great for anyone who is shooting with the sky in the frame, and the only thing we’d add to the kit is a lens cloth, however, it’s likely you already have a number of these available. The system works really well, gives great results, and is good value for money. There are a number of great instructional videos available on the LEE Filters website which make it easy to get started using the system straight away. Highly Recommended
LEE85 Develop Kit Pros
Great instructional videos
Seals to prevent light leaks
Protective case included
Holds 1, 2, or 3 filters
LEE85 Develop Kit Cons
None that we can think of
Own this product? Let us know what you think of it in the EQDB.
Save 69% on inPixio Photo Studio 11 Ultimate (discount applied at checkout)
Desert Island Camera Kit
19 Jul 2021 1:59PM
Views : 114
Unique : 90
We’ve selected our seven Desert Island Discs for when we’re stranded there (probably a red list island I wouldn’t wonder) so as we obviously have electricity to play the discs we have electricity to recharge the camera batteries. Probably have a laptop as well, which again is fortunate as I’ll need to post my daily picture on ePHOTOzine. So in the spirit then of needing some camera kit, what camera plus one lens might we take?
I suppose that one answer would be a good compact or bridge camera, because then we would have the ability to shoot almost anything from wildlife to macro. Some might even prefer a mobile phone. Others would use their DSLR/mirrorless combo, which for me would be DSLR plus standard zoom, probably APS-C with 18-135mm or something like that. No point in lugging a full frame DSLR round a desert island. So what would you take with you?
While we’re all thinking about it, I’ll put together some images from my favourite DSLR comination, well, one of my favourites anyway as I love them all…..
Vanguard has introduced a new monocular, that is lighter and more compact than a pair of binoculars, and features HOYA ED Glass, a BaK4 roof prism and multi-coatings, the monocular is designed to give crisp, bright image, even in lower light conditions.
The VEO HD2 1042M includes a universal smartphone adaptor that will allow you to digiscope with almost any phone up to 87mm wide, and includes a Bluetooth remote control for IOS or Android phones. This allows you to quickly photograph and share your sighting on the go.
The kit includes a VEO HD2 1042M 10×42 Monocular, PA-60 universal smartphone adaptor, Bluetooth remote control, carry bag, strap, eye-piece covers, and objective lens cover. It has an RRP of £179.99.
From Vanguard: You never know when you’re going to need to get closer to the action, such as an unexpected sighting on a dog walk or on trip to the shops. Even when you can plan a trip, such as a visit to a sporting event or concert, the most compact binoculars can be difficult to slip into your pocket.
Ultra-Portable: Weighing just 325g and measuring a fraction over 15cm long, the new VEO HD2 1042M Monocular is incredibly easy to carry with you wherever you go. It also comes with a neck strap and a pouch that attaches to your belt, giving you choices on the most comfortable way to carry it on that trip.
Clear Image: Despite the portability, this monocular allows you to get 10x closer to the action with a bright, clear image delivered through a 42mm objective lens. To maximise clarity, even in low light conditions, the VEO HD2 1042M includes HOYA Extra Low Dispersion (ED) Glass and a BaK4 roof prism, all treated with Vanguard’s Multi-Guard Coatings. Focusing is through a single, textured focus wheel that allows you to maintain focus on moving objects with ease, even wearing gloves. It also has a 1/4” thread that allows it to be attached to a monopod for additional stability.
Tough: Designed for use outdoors, the monocular is waterproof and fog proof, with a thick rubber armour to protect it if dropped. It also includes an eyepiece cover and objective lens cover to protect the glass from scratches when stored.
Digiscoping Kit: In addition to the monocular, the kit includes a PA-60 Smartphone Digiscope Adaptor that slots onto the monocular’s eyepiece, for smartphones up to 3.4”/87mm wide. With different smartphones having their camera lens in different spots, and even multiple lenses, the PA-60 has an adjustable eyepiece that can be tailored to your chosen camera lens. To minimise the risk of movement when you take your photo, there is also a Bluetooth Remote Control that can be used with IOS and Android phones.
We’re kicking 2020’s Christmas Prize Draw off with a bang! Nikon is giving away a fantastic Nikon Z 50 kit complete with 16-50mm VR lens!
Win & Save With Nikon!
The Nikon Z 50 is a DX mirrorless camera featuring a 20.9-megapixel sensor, 11fps shooting with AF/AE and a 4K movie mode. There’s a tilting touch screen allowing you to easily amend settings no matter the situation.
The Z 50 features Hybrid-AF, making focusing fast, precise and silky smooth. The on-sensor AF points cover 90% of the frame, allowing your subject to snap into focus even if they’re off to the side of the shot or on the move.
Thanks to its large DX-format sensor, the Z 50 can capture more light across the frame and, with an ISO sensitivity range of 100-51200 as well as low-light AF, shooting in dusky conditions will be a breeze.
If it’s portraits you’re after, then the Nikon Z 50 shines here as well – Intelligent Eye-Detection AF is able to automatically pinpoint your subject’s eyes and keep the focus on them – even if they’re moving around the frame.
The Z 50 is compact and also features a silent photography mode, for those moments when pressing the shutter could cause an unwanted distraction. With the ability to shoot 4K/UHD movies at 30p, and slow-motion footage in FullHD, the world is your oyster.
The ultra-sharp electronic viewfinder is capable of displaying a natural image, as you’d get through an optical viewfinder. Or, you can view images as they’d look with settings applied. It offers a consistently smooth and steady view, even when you zoom in to confirm focus.
Claim Instant Savings On A Wide Range Of Nikon Products
You can claim Instant Savings on a wide range of Nikon products this winter, including the Nikon Z 7, Z 5, Z 50 and even the D780. Alternatively, are you looking for a new lens? This instant savings promotion also includes a selection of DSLR and Mirrorless lenses. This offer is running until 10 January 2021, from the Nikon store and Nikon Authorised retailers. The time is now! Don’t miss out!
The light and agile Nikon Z 50 mirrorless camera delivers brilliant photos and stunning movies. It’s fast, powerful, and easy to use. It’s also compact, has a large 20.9-megapixel DX-format sensor and can shoot 4K movies.
With this amazing prize, you’ll be able to take your shooting to the next level.
The camera has a tilting touch screen, super-clear high-res EVF and on-sensor AF points covering 90% of the frame, ensuring your subject is always in focus.
With excellent low-light capability and Intelligent Eye-Detection AF, The Nikon Z 50 is a versatile camera that will become your perfect companion in any situation.
Enter below to be in with a chance of winning a Nikon Z 50 kit with 16-50mm lens!
P.S. a huge ‘thank you’ to all of our members for being part of our amazing community and to those clients who have supported us through these unprecedented circumstances. It’s been a tough year, so ‘thanks’ – we couldn’t have made it through 2020 without you!
Wishing you all a lovely Christmas and here’s hoping 2021 will be healthy and happy all round.
Privacy & Cookies Policy
Necessary cookies are absolutely essential for the website to function properly. This category only includes cookies that ensures basic functionalities and security features of the website. These cookies do not store any personal information.
Any cookies that may not be particularly necessary for the website to function and is used specifically to collect user personal data via analytics, ads, other embedded contents are termed as non-necessary cookies. It is mandatory to procure user consent prior to running these cookies on your website.