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Fuji X100, Fad or Fantastic?

There have been a glut of mirrorless compact cameras in recent times. Some people think the death of the chunky and expensive DSLR is near. I think that may be a bit premature, but its fact that some mirrorless cameras are competing with the big boys when it comes to image quality. As well as…




Coming soon!!

Coming soon on Photoix… Nikon D3100 unboxing and review Optech Pro Utility Strap and Pro loop strap reviews Black Rapid RS Sport strap unboxing and review Black Rapid FastenR T1 review Gitzo G1340 Tripod + Gitzo GH2750 Series 2 Head review Plus a hands on, in the field video on how to use Lee ND…




Lee foundation kit and ND Grad filters

Just a quick overview of the Lee Filter sytem and a few filters.




Canon Eos 50D DSLR Review

The 50D was released almost a exactly a year after its predecessor the 40D, however Canon were quick to claim it was not intended to be the 40D’s replacement. The two cameras co-existed for several months before the 40D was finally phased out….




Nikon 50mm f/1.8D Lens Review

The Nikon 50mm f/1.8 has many variations, spanning over 50 years since its inception. For many years this lens was on the front of many photojournalists cameras, and has produced many hundreds of world famous images. This review will focus on the 50mm f/1.8D. The”D” denotes this lens is capable of telling the camera body…




Giottos Q.Ball Review

Dust is just one of a photographers worst nightmares. In the world of SLR and DSLR cameras, changing lenses is one of those necesary evils. You need to do it quick. Balance between getting the old lens off and new lens on is a skill itself without dropping anything. No matter how fast you can…




Nikon D700 Review

In 2008, something happened in the DSLR world that changed the game. In the past, the class leading High ISO cameras were the hellishly expensive Canon 1 series. Nikon were seriously lagging with the D2 series, although this camera was a hardy workhorse, it just couldn’t keep up with the resolution and low noise properties…