When Zeiss gave me the opportunity to use the highly anticipated upcoming Loxia 21mm f/2.8Continue Reading
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If I could give the Otus 6/5 stars for Performance and Quality, I would. ZEISS has created a masterpiece that can reliably deliver exceptional images with unparalleled corner to corner sharpness and virtually no chromatic aberration.
Barry Andersson put the ZEISS Loxia and Batis lenses to the test. For this hands-on review Barry worked with the Sony A7s, the Redrock Micro Ultracage Scout follow focus system and the DJI Ronin 3-axis stabilized handheld gimbal system.
Filming the horses running wild and free just beyond the ranch, on the southern tip of the California Sierras near Lake Isabelle, was among the most remarkable experiences of my life. These incredible animals had such a combined power and grace, they would rush toward me filling the viewfinder so rapidly as they approached that holding the camera steady tracking with them was an act of faith that I would not be run over.