Everything about photography including some field tests of cameras and lenses

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Zeiss Batis 18/2.8 Review

To make a complex review as we like to do here, we need to have lens for at least 3 weeks, ideally for much longer. When the new gear comes however, producers can't give as testing samples for so long, thus we can either lower the quality of our tests or wait until it become…

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Zeiss Milvus 50/1.4 vs Zeiss Otus 55/1.4 vs Zeiss Planar 50/1.4 – Comparative Lens Review

During testing of three Zeiss 85mm lenses - http://www.verybiglobo.com/zeiss-milvus-851-4-vs-zeiss-otus-851-4-vs-zeiss-planar-851-4-comparative-lens-review-2/2/ we spent some time with their 50(55)mm versions too. Large portion of our findings from already mentioned - 85mm review, can be simply copy pasted here, with exception of Milvus 55/1.4 bokeh, which does show some onion ring effect, because it have aspherical element in its…

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Zeiss Loxia 21/2.8 Rolling Review

Zeiss Loxia 21/2.8 just started to reach its customers. While there is lot of complains about delivery shortage, I was happy to grab one of those beauties soon enough to be motivated to write a post about it. In my previous Loxia 21/2.8 announcement article - Zeiss Loxia 21mm f/2.8, another good reason to go…

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Zeiss Milvus Lenses – Hands On

On 10th of September, in the group headquarter in Oberkochen, around 40 journalists mainly from Europe, have been introduced to the new Zeiss lens line called Milvus. Milvus Milvus is a Latin name for the Red Kite, medium-sized bird of prey, with largest population in... Germany (around 12000 pairs) While few of my friends photographers,…

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Sony RX 100 Mark III – Perfect Travel Camera?

I should tell you first - why I decided to make this post. One month ago, we were eagerly waiting for promised Zeiss Batis lenses, here in verybiglobo.com and we were also trying to find any source to get the new Sony A7R MII body as well as few few other novelties. Unfortunately, Batis didn't…

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Sony has announced the a7R II (ILCE-a7RII) 42.4 megaipixels full frame camera, with in body image stabilization (IBIS) and electronic first curtain (EFC)!

Sony released today information about new flagship full frame mirrorless camera A7R II, with whooping 42.4 Megapixels, IBIS (in body image stabilization), recently largest back illuminated (BSI) image sensor and EFC (electronic first curtain) in order to reduce possible shutter shock. From the specification, new camera looks fantastic and we are looking forward to get…

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