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The Best Bridge Camera 2021 + What To Look For

A complete guide to the best bridge camera for photography. From birding to wildlife to travel - we'll help you pick the right camera for you

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The best bridge camera in 2021: ultra-zoom cameras for far off subjects

The best bridge cameras include a massive zoom range, a DSLR style body and high-end features

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Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark II Mirrorless Digital Camera with 14-42mm II R Lens (Black)

The Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark II is a surprisingly sophisticated camera that's a joy to use. Whether you're a novice just snapping shots of your everyday life or a photo enthusiast looking to maximize your creativity, the E-M10 Mark II delivers with a compact profile, intuitively placed controls, and an advanced 5-axis i

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The PowerShot SX70 HS is Canon's latest DSLR-inspired bridge camera

Plenty of upgrades over the SX60 HS

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Best bridge camera 2021: the 9 best cameras that pack huge zoom lenses

The best bridge cameras are like having lots of lenses in one body

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Panasonic Lumix Bridge cameras - Hints & Tips - Manual Exposure Mode

Photoblog site for free downloads of my "Hints and Tips cards" grahamhoughton.jimdo.com/download-section/Using the manual exposure mode releases a lot more c...

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What are the sharpest lenses for each camera system? - What Digital Camera

A question often posed by photographers is: ‘What’s the sharpest lens I can buy for my camera?’ In reality this can only properly be answered by examining lens tests that have been carried out in a reliable and repeatable way. It’s also a question that needs to be qualified. Do you want a wideangle or a telephoto, a zoom or a prime? What’s your budget? With all this in mind, we decided to provide some kind of sensible answer anyway. Although we’ve tested more lenses than ever over the past couple of years, we’ve had to accept that even that’s not enough to provide a useful answer. For this reason, we’ve teamed up with DxOMark, one of the most respected names in the photographic industry, to sift through its extensive database of lens-test data in order to pick out the sharpest optics for each major camera system. About DxOMark DxOMark is part of the Paris-based company DxO Labs. Its lens and camera tests employ the same home-grown DxO Analyser software that is used to determine the aberration corrections that are an integral part of the firm’s award-winning OpticsPro raw-conversion software. We’ve analysed DxOMark’s sharpness scores for each major camera system to see which lenses come out on top. The lists of the sharpest lenses for each camera system in this article have also been filtered for some degree of affordability, leaving out any lens priced above £2,000. In addition, we’ve only included lenses that are available for sale as new. It’s worth bearing in mind that even DxOMark’s database isn’t 100% comprehensive, and not all lenses have been tested on all cameras, including several recent third-party optics. However, it follows that if any given lens produces good results on, for example, Canon full-frame models, it should give equally good results on Nikon, Pentax or Sony full-frame cameras. All the data used for this article can be analysed in more detail on the DxOMark website at www.dxomark.com. A note on modern lens testing At one time, lens testing used to be carried out using specialist (and expensive) optical benches. However, it’s now much more practical to use a suitable camera body for testing. Thousands of test exposures can be made at essentially no cost, and the raw files analysed to measure sharpness However, one complication of this approach is that it tests the system as a whole – in other words, the lens and the camera combined. This can still give extremely useful results, but it does have its caveats. In particular, the measurements are influenced by the camera’s sensor, in particular its resolution and optical low-pass filter (OLPF). Higher resolution sensors tend to give higher sharpness measurements, while sensors with no OLPF give higher readings than those without. Because of this, when looking to compare lenses for sharpness, they really need to have been tested on the same camera body. When comparing across systems, only use tests conducted with similar resolution cameras. Canon Full frame (tested on EOS 5DS R) …Continue reading »

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