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Though they’re not as much of a household name as Canon or Nikon, Sony has become a formidable force in the world of digital photography. We recently reviewed the NEX C3, A580 and A55—which received positive reviews. But we know that any camera is nothing without the lens. Following the tradition of our Best Budget Lenses list, we’ve got a specialized index of some of the best Sony lenses under $300. So which ones make the cut?

Though they’re not as much of a household name as Canon or Nikon, Sony has become a formidable force in the world of digital photography. We recently reviewed the NEX C3, A580 and A55—which received positive reviews. But we know that any camera is nothing without the lens. Following the tradition of our Best Budget Lenses list, we’ve got a specialized index of some of the best Sony lenses under $300. So which ones make the cut?

Review: Sigma 18-50mm F2.8-4.5 (Nikon F Mount)

Review: Sigma 18-50mm F2.8-4.5 (Nikon F Mount)

Quick Hands on: Zeiss Makro-Planar T* 100mm f/2 ZF.2 Lens for Nikon

Quick Hands on: Zeiss Makro-Planar T* 100mm f/2 ZF.2 Lens for Nikon

At Photo Plus Expo, I had the chance to quickly play with Nikon’s new mirrorless cameras. To tell you the truth, I did not want to do this at first. When the Nikon 1 series was announced, these little scamps made my heart sink a little. These cameras are Nikon to the core and there is a certain heritage there that I did not think was being lived up to. These cameras, to me, fell between Nikon’s top of the line point and shoots and the DX cameras like the D3100 and D5100. But you know what? I…

At Photo Plus Expo, I had the chance to quickly play with Nikon’s new mirrorless cameras. To tell you the truth, I did not want to do this at first. When the Nikon 1 series was announced, these little scamps made my heart sink a little. These cameras are Nikon to the core and there is a certain heritage there that I did not think was being lived up to. These cameras, to me, fell between Nikon’s top of the line point and shoots and the DX cameras like the D3100 and D5100. But you know what? I…

Analog Love: Using the Jupiter-8 50mm f2 Lens on the Leica CL

Analog Love: Using the Jupiter-8 50mm f2 Lens on the Leica CL

If you’re a frequent reader of The Phoblographer, you’ll know that we are fans of the Micro Four Thirds format (M43). M43 bodies offer a great balance of size and image quality. Additionally, M43 cameras are often less intimidating than a DSLR for those looking to step up from point and shoot cameras (P&S) or advanced P&S camera. It is this group of people that Olympus had in mind when creating the E-PL3. So, is the E-PL3 the next logical step up from a P&S? Let’s find out.

If you’re a frequent reader of The Phoblographer, you’ll know that we are fans of the Micro Four Thirds format (M43). M43 bodies offer a great balance of size and image quality. Additionally, M43 cameras are often less intimidating than a DSLR for those looking to step up from point and shoot cameras (P&S) or advanced P&S camera. It is this group of people that Olympus had in mind when creating the E-PL3. So, is the E-PL3 the next logical step up from a P&S? Let’s find out.

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