Friday, 30 October 2015

Friday Photography Quotes

This weeks photography quote comes from Henri Cartier-Bresson:

Friday Photography Quote from Henri Cartier-Bresson

Henri Cartier-Bresson (August 22, 1908 – August 3, 2004) was a French photographer considered the master of candid photography, and an early user of 35 mm film. He helped develop street photography. He wandered around the world with his camera, becoming totally immersed in his current environment. Considered one of the major artists of the 20th century, he covered many of the world biggest events from the Spanish Civil War to the French uprisings in 1968.


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Thursday, 29 October 2015

Budapest Great Market Hall

Visited the beautiful city of Budapest, Hungary, last year where, amongst many other attractions, they have a wonderful indoor market.

The Great Market Hall or Central Market Hall is the largest and oldest indoor market in Budapest. It is located at the end of the famous pedestrian shopping street Váci utca and on the Pest side of the Liberty bridge at Fővám square. 

The building was designed and built by Samu Pecz around 1897 and it offers a huge variety of stalls on three floors. It has a distinctive architectural feature is the roof which was restored to have colorful Zsolnay tiling from Pécs. 

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The area size of the building is 10,000 square meters, which is covered by steel structure. During the World Wars it was completely damaged and then closed for some years. 
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Throughout the 1990s restoration works brought the market back to its ancient splendour. 
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The building was awarded with FIABCI Prix d’Excellence in 1999. The Central Market Hall is one of the most popular tourist attractions of the city.
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As usual, my work is available to purchase as original Wall Art, in a variety of formats from stretched canvas or framed prints, metal or acrylic prints,or simply as standard prints for you to mount in your favourite picture frame. They are also available as greeting cards or printed onto iPhone or Galaxy phone cases, throw pillows or duvet covers or tote bags or shower curtains. Simply click on the image and you will be taken to my gallery where you will find full details.

Wednesday, 28 October 2015

Street Photography Tips at Night

Today's article from our friends at Picture Correct is written by Juan Jose Reyes, a street photographer based in Miami, Florida, and gives useful advice on taking street photography at night.

Taking pictures at night gives an image a completely different feel because it captures different stories of daily life—sometimes more dramatic than the ones captured during the day. There is also a whole new cast of characters at night that make taking pictures on the streets after dark an even more adventurous experience in street photography.

Follow the link to read the full article.......Street Photography Tips at Night – PictureCorrect
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When I am taking photos at night, and not using a tripod, I set the camera mode to shutter priority, set the shutter speed to 1/60 and leave the camera to work out the rest of the settings. Have a look at these and see if you think that has worked!
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These are photos of the Hungarian Parliament building in Budapest, taken from the deck of a cruise ship on the River Danube. On the top one, you can also see the Margaret Bridge and the specks of light on both images are either bats or birds.

As usual, my work is available to purchase as original  Wall Art, in a variety of formats from stretched canvas or framed prints, metal or acrylic prints,or simply as standard prints for you to mount in your favourite picture frame. They are also available as greeting cards or printed onto iPhone or Galaxy phone cases, throw pillows or duvet covers or tote bags or shower curtains. Simply click on the  image and you will be taken to my gallery where you will find full details.

Tuesday, 27 October 2015

Featured Photographer Terry Mair.

Today's featured artist is photographer Terry Mair.

Hello my name is Terry Mair and I live in Midway, Utah. 

I started photography back in 1985 as a portrait photographer, a style that reflects itself in my landscape, and wildlife photography.

However fine art photography is where I find the most enjoyment, and rewards. I love finding things throughout this vast world that we live in, from landscapes to wildlife, architecture to still life, the world offers so much for us to visually enjoy and gives us one small chance to become part of this immense creation. 
The Pillars Of The Earth
Living in Utah, I am able to photograph things from high mountains, to deep canyons, and the beautiful rock formations of Bryce and Zion National Parks, I also love to travel which allows me to see, and photograph all of the wonders that surround us.
Timp First Light
Fine art photography is my life’s work. I love finding things throughout this vast world that we live in, from landscapes to wildlife, architecture to still life, the world offers so much for us to visually enjoy and gives us one small chance to become part of this immense creation.

As you look through my galleries you will find images of sunrises and sunsets, mountains ranges and lone mountains, everything from panoramic landscapes to intimate wildlife portraits.
Safe Harbor
You will find images from Utah’s national parks and forests, Washington’s beaches and harbors, to Wyoming’s farmlands. You will see pelicans in flight, swans soaring in unison, and goslings taking their first look at the world.
Heaven Born
It is an amazing world we live in, take time to embrace and enjoy it!!

I stand in awe each time I see a sunrise or a sunset, ducks in the air or swans on the water, and all of the other beauties we see each day, each one perfect in it's own way; it humbles me to be allowed to capture these moments and present them here.

You can view Terry's galleries on his website www.tlmair.com

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Sunday, 25 October 2015

Africa From A to Z - N

The letter N in our A to Z of Africa, takes us to the magnificent Ngorongoro Crater in Tanzania followed by a Nile Crocodile in Zimbabwe.

The Ngorongoro Conservation Area (NCA) is a conservation area and a UNESCO World Heritage Site located 180 km (110 mi) west of Arusha in the Crater Highlands area of Tanzania. The area is named after Ngorongoro Crater, a large volcanic caldera within the area. 
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A view of the the Ngorongoro crater, the largest un-flooded and unbroken caldera in the world. About 20kms across, 600 meters deep and 300 sq kms in area, the Ngorongoro Crater is a breathtaking natural wonder.
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Ngorongoro is rich in wildlife, and here we have Zebra in the foreground with flamingos on the lake in the background.
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Finally this week we have a Nile Crocodile at a pool in Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe, Africa.

As usual, my work is available to purchase as original  Wall Art, in a variety of formats from stretched canvas or framed prints, metal or acrylic prints,or simply as standard prints for you to mount in your favourite picture frame. They are also available as greeting cards or printed onto iPhone or Galaxy phone cases, throw pillows or duvet covers or tote bags or shower curtains. Simply click on the  image and you will be taken to my gallery where you will find full details.

Saturday, 24 October 2015

Light Trail Photography Tutorial

Our tutorial today is from our friends at Picture Correct, written by Ty Sharp, and gives some very useful pointers to Light Trail Photography.

Taking photos of light trails may seem difficult, but it’s easier than expected and is based on a lot of trial and error. Light trail photos are most commonly found with car headlights and tail lights, but you can also make light trails with stars (star trails) or any other light source in motion during low light hours of sunset or night.

Light trails are basically long exposure shots that take place around moving sources of light. There isn’t much you will need to be able to take these shots, but a proper camera, and additional equipment can help, even though some is not needed. I will explain the basics.

Follow this link to read the full article....  Light Trail Photography Tutorial – PictureCorrect
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Here are a couple of my light trail photos.
Windsor Guildhall
Bicester at Night
As usual, my work is available to purchase as original  Wall Art, in a variety of formats from stretched canvas or framed prints, metal or acrylic prints,or simply as standard prints for you to mount in your favourite picture frame. They are also available as greeting cards or printed onto iPhone or Galaxy phone cases, throw pillows or duvet covers or tote bags or shower curtains. Simply click on the  image and you will be taken to my gallery where you will find full details.

Friday, 23 October 2015

New - The Photo Retouching Master Class

New Video Tutorial - Retouching Master Class

This course covers everything from mastering the black & white workflow, getting the best results with your raw files before making them into panoramas, adding drama to photos, correctly exposing highlights and recovering drama without too much of the “HDR look”, stylizing photos, bringing life to dull photos, shooting dramatic foggy photos, shooting straight into a sunset, selective clarity enhancements, how to get the best out of your night photos, recovering boring skies and much, much more.

The course, which is suitable for beginners but would also be of value to experienced photographers, lasts 3 hours 26 minutes and just some of the topics covered are:

    • Dramatic Black & Whites - 
      Mastering my full workflow for dramatic black & white photos in Lightroom
    • Exposing for Highlights - 
      How to correctly expose for the highlights and recover drama without having too much of an “HDR look”
    • Bringing Life to Sunrise - 
      Bringing to life a dull sunrise photo
    • Retouch Direct Sunset - 
      Retouching a sunset photo shot right into the lens
    • Night Photos - 
      How to get the best out of a night photo
    • Fixing Flat Skies - 
      How to get drama when you have just a flat blue sky
    • Creative with Boring Colors - 
      How to get creative when the original colors are boring
    • Black & White Process for Drama - 
      One of my favorite black and white conversion process for super drama
    • Guiding the Eyes of the Viewer - 
      Retouching a photo after sunset and guiding the eyes of the viewer





    The course covers Lightroom and Photoshop. 
    Go to Retouching Master Class for full details and to order the tutorial.

    Friday Photography Quotes

    This weeks photography quote comes from Abraham Lincoln.

    Friday Photography Quote
    Abraham Lincoln was the sixteenth President of the United States, serving from March 4, 1861 until his assassination on 15th April 1865. His personal secretary, John Nicolay, believed that no photograph could capture his essence: “There are many pictures of Lincoln,” he said, “but there is no portrait of him.” There are over 130 photographs of Lincoln in existence.
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    Thursday, 22 October 2015

    New From Leica - the SL (Typ 601) Mirrorless Digital Camera

    Just ahead of PhotoPlus Expo 2015, Leica has released the Leica SL (Typ 601) Mirrorless Digital Camera, an outstanding full-frame model that is offering professionals the "new Leica experience." This generation of Leica is aimed to take the top spot of modern imaging technology and by the implementation of an outstanding 24MP CMOS sensor and Leica's Maestro II processor, it will deliver among the best in image quality with sensitivities ranging from ISO 50-50000. The sensor also forgoes the use of a low-pass filter in order to maximize possible detail, especially with the use of Leica's outstanding lens lineups. And, to make the camera a true professional's tool, Leica has incorporated internal DCI 4K (4096 x 2160) video recording at 24 fps in a Super35 mode, along with the V-Log L gamma for maximum dynamic range. 

    It has a full-frame 24MP CMOS image sensor that omits the low-pass filter and the Maestro II series processor creates richly detailed images and video at sensitivities ranging from ISO 50-50000. This will also enable speed, with burst shooting up to 11 fps for up to 33 DNG frames, or unlimited JPEGs, thanks to a 2GB buffer. DCI 4K video is also supported at 24 fps along with Full HD at up to 120 fps for slow motion capture. 

    Leica claims it to have the fastest autofocus system currently available on a full-frame camera system, which uses 49 fields to lock on quickly and accurately. Ultrasonic dust cleaning further ensures image quality remains at its peak by removing small particles without the need for deep cleaning.

    It also comes with the Typ 601 with a 0.66" 4.4MP EyeRes Electronic Viewfinder, which offers a best-in-class 0.8x magnification for spacious, comfortable viewing. This EVF also has an excellent refresh rate of 60 fps, ensuring you will not encounter any lag or jumps during use.

    As for all of Leica’s top-end cameras, the SL (Typ 601) is made in Germany, machined from two solid blocks of aluminum and then hand-finished to ensure near perfection when it comes to body design. The use of aluminum guarantees durability over time and the body and lenses were designed to be sealed from the elements, protecting the body from intrusion from dust and water during less-than-ideal weather conditions, and a top 1.28" monochrome LCD for viewing settings, in addition to a rear 2.95" 1.04M-dot LED-backlit touchscreen with an anti-fingerprint and anti-scratch coating. Additionally, it has Wi-Fi connectivity built in, allowing users with the Leica SL App to control camera settings remotely and transfer images with ease, with GPS for geo-tagging your images.
    You will of course require a lens for your new camera, and, unsurprisingly, Leica have announced the launch of the Vario-Elmarit-SL 24-90mm f/2.8-4 ASPH which perfectly complements the new camera body.
    Offering a versatile wide-angle to portrait-length range, the Vario-Elmarit-SL 24-90mm f/2.8-4 ASPH is a fast standard zoom from Leica designed for full-frame L mount mirrorless cameras. The 18 elements in 15 groups lens construction incorporates four aspherical elements and 11 anomalous partial dispersion elements, which help to reduce chromatic aberrations and distortions throughout the zoom range for notable image sharpness and clarity. The f/2.8-4 maximum aperture benefits working in a variety of lighting conditions and also offers greater control over focus position for working with shallow depth of field techniques. Designed for consistent performance at all focal lengths and focusing distances, the versatility this lens affords is well-suited to nearly any photographic application.

    Both of these items are now available to pre-order from B&H (just click on the images above) with shipping due to commence from 21st November.



    Tuesday, 20 October 2015

    Featured Photographer Joshua House

    Today's featured artist is photographer Joshua House.

    Joshua House has been described as a photographer, a conservationist, a historian, and an adventurer. 

    Having traveled and worked extensively across the country he is currently concentrating his photographic work in Eastern Texas, centered on Houston. 
    His past creative work has included research, writing, and photography for the Lincoln Home National Historic Site in Illinois, Homestead National Monument of America in Nebraska, and Dinosaur National Monument in Utah and Colorado. 
    As a conservationist Joshua has worked with the US Army Corps of Engineers, the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, and the National Park Service and the City of Houston.
    His historical work has had several focuses, from Abraham Lincoln’s life in Springfield Illinois, to the history of homesteading across the American West, to local historical in the Southern Tier. He is also currently doing research for an upcoming project surrounding World War One memorials and what they tell us about the United States during the 1920s and 1930s. 
    Joshua's adventures have taken him from the rim of the Grand Canyon at sunrise to the shores of Keuka Lake at sunset and from the roof of the Adirondacks to the birthplace of the modern environmental movement, Echo Park Colorado.

    Joshua's work can be seen at:-
    http://joshua-house.artistwebsites.com/index.html?tab=galleries
    You can read his blog  at:-
    https://jbhousephotography.wordpress.com/
    And you can lollow him on Twitter at:-
    https://twitter.com/wanderingyankee


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    Sunday, 18 October 2015

    Africa From A to Z - M

    Today's letter in our A to Z of Africa is M and we start with two images of Mangrove forests, one in Gambia in West Africa and the other in the island of Zanzibar, over 4,000 miles away off the coast of Tanzania.
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    Mangrove Creek - Gambia
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    Mangrove Forest - Zanzibar
    The top image is of one of the many mangrove creeks in Gambia, while the second is in Jozani Chwaka Bay National Park, Zanzibar, Tanzania.

    Staying in Tanzania, here is an image of what must surely be one of the world's ugliest bird's, the Maribou Stork, taken at the Ngorongo Crater.
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    Maribou Stork
    Our final three images today are from Kenya, showing Mount Kenya and Masai Giraffes.
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    Mount Kenya
    Mount Kenya is the highest mountain in Kenya and the second-highest in Africa, after Kilimanjaro. It is located in central Kenya, and although it is only about 16.5 kilometres (10.3 mi) south of the equator, you can clearly see the snow on its upper reaches.
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    Masai Giraffes
    The Masai giraffe, also spelled Maasai giraffe is the largest subspecies of giraffe and the tallest land mammal. It has jagged spots on its body. It also has a short tassel of hair on its tail. The bony outgrowths of the male's skull superficially provide the appearance of up to five ossicones. The dominant male's spots tend to be darker in colour than those of other members of its herd.
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    Masai Giraffe

    As usual, my work is available to purchase as original  Wall Art, in a variety of formats from stretched canvas or framed prints, metal or acrylic prints,or simply as standard prints for you to mount in your favourite picture frame. They are also available as greeting cards or printed onto iPhone or Galaxy phone cases, throw pillows or duvet covers or tote bags or shower curtains. Simply click on the  image and you will be taken to my gallery where you will find full details.



    Mastering Composition – A Photographer’s Guide to Seeing

    We are pleased to bring you details of this new ebook by Andrew S Gibson. Mastering Composition: A Photographer’s Guide to Seeing is written for everybody who wants to learn to see and create better composed photos.
    After the camera the photographer’s most important tool is the eye for a photo. We all want to create, powerful, dramatic and impactful images. But we can’t get there without an understanding of the fundamentals of composition.

    Mastering Composition takes you on a journey beyond the rule of thirds and explores all the principles of composition you need to understand in order to create beautifully designed and emotive photos.

    First, you need to understand how your camera and lens see the subject. Then you need to learn how to see the subject in abstract terms – as a series of lines, shapes, tones, patterns and colours. Finally, you need to be able to see and exploit the visual relationships between these elements.

    This ebook shows you how. It’s presented in 20 easy to digest lessons and includes two case studies with renown photographers Betina La Plante and Michael Diblicek.

    Click here for more details of Mastering Composition 

    Andrew S Gibson 
    My interest in photography began when my parents bought me a Ricoh KR-10m camera over 20 years ago. Since then I’ve taken photos in over 60 countries, studied for a degree in photography and worked as Technical Editor for EOS magazine. Now I’m a freelance writer and I make a living writing about photography. In recent years I’ve lived in the UK, China and New Zealand, which is now my home.
    The Guarantee
    I’m so confident that my ebooks will help improve your photography that I give you an unconditional guarantee. If, for any reason, you’re not satisfied with your purchase just let me know within six months and I’ll refund the purchase price in full, no questions asked.

    Friday, 16 October 2015

    Friday Photography Quotes

    This weeks photography quote comes from Lewis Hine.

    Friday Photography Quote
    Lewis Wickes Hine (September 26, 1874 – November 3, 1940) was an American sociologist and photographer. Hine used his camera as a tool for social reform. His photographs were instrumental in changing the child labor laws in the United States.
    In 1908, he became the photographer for the National Child Labor Committee (NCLC) and over the next decade, he documented child labor in American industry to aid the NCLC's lobbying efforts to end the practice. 

    Hine's work for the NCLC was often dangerous. As a photographer he was frequently threatened with violence or even death by factory police and foremen. At the time the immorality of child labour was meant to be hidden from the public. Photography was not only prohibited but posed a serious threat to the industry. In order to gain entry into these mills, mines and factories, Hines was forced to assume many guises. At times he was a fire inspector, post card vendor, bible salesman or even an industrial photographer making a record of factory machinery.

    During and after World War I, he photographed American Red Cross relief work in Europe.  In 1930, he was commissioned to document the construction of the Empire State Building. He photographed the workers in precarious positions while they secured the iron and steel framework of the structure, taking many of the same risks the workers endured. In order to obtain the best vantage points, Hine was swung out in a specially designed basket 1,000 feet above Fifth Avenue.

    During the Great Depression, he again worked for the Red Cross, photographing drought relief in the American South, and for the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA), documenting life in the mountains of eastern Tennessee. He also served as chief photographer for the Works Progress Administration's (WPA) National Research Project, which studied changes in industry and their effect on employment. Hine was also a member of the faculty of the Ethical Culture Fieldston School.

    The Library of Congress holds more than five thousand Hine photographs, including examples of his child labor and Red Cross photographs, his work portraits, and his WPA and TVA images. Other large institutional collections include nearly ten thousand of Hine's photographs and negatives held at the George Eastman House and almost five thousand NCLC photographs at the Albin O. Kuhn Library & Gallery of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.
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    Sigma Adds Full-Frame 20mm f/1.4 Lens to Art Series

    Sigma has announced the launch of the 20mm f/1.4 DG HSM Art. This is the first 20mm f/1.4 lens designed for full-frame cameras and joins the already impressive Art prime line consisting of 24mm, 35mm, and 50mm f/1.4 options. These lenses are known for their ability to realize the potential of modern high-resolution image sensors and advanced optical designs, so for those looking to get ultra-wide, this should be a much appreciated option.

    Being the first full-frame capable 20mm lens with an f/1.4 aperture, it is well-suited to landscapes, astrophotography, event shooting, and low-light work. Also, when used on APS-C format cameras, it will offer a still quite versatile 30mm equivalent focal length. Optical quality is ensured through the use of both “F” Low Dispersion glass and five Special Low Dispersion elements in the 15-element-in-11-group design. These optics work to minimize spherical and axial chromatic aberrations and field curvature, while a Super Multi-Layer Coating resists flare and ghosting, resulting in clean, distortion-free images.

    Externally, the lens is manufactured from Thermally Stable Composite material ensuring consistent performance in fluctuating temperatures and reducing the size and weight of the lens. A Hyper Sonic AF Motor provides smooth, fast, and silent focusing, thanks to an optimized AF system; manual focus override is available for fine-tuning down to the minimum of 10.9". Additionally, this focus system and firmware can also be updated later on, using the Sigma USB Dock. The lens also has a nine-blade rounded diaphragm for smooth out-of-focus elements.

    The 20mm f/1.4 DG HSM Art lens will be available in Canon EF, Nikon F, and Sigma SA mounts.

    The lens is available to pre-order from B&H, with delivery expected at the beginning of December.

    Tuesday, 13 October 2015

    Featured Photographer Sebastian Musial

    Today's featured artist is photographer Sebastian Musial.

    Sebastian Musial was born and raised in Wroclaw (Poland), a city founded some 1000 years ago. Surrounded by medieval churches and modern buildings, Sebastian learned to find the extraordinary in the everyday world. When he was about to enter high school, he got his very own camera. A used Russian Zenit may not have been state of the art, but it allowed Sebastian to pursue his fascination with photography and share what he saw with others. 
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    Sunrise Cloud Gate
    Shortly after turning sixteen, Sebastian and his family moved to Chicago. Even before the big move, Sebastian’s parents instilled in him the love of travel. After many family trips to various National Parks, he was ready to take the world on his own. After his sophomore year in college, he took his latest camera and ventured out on a 30 day camping trip around Spain and Portugal, with his teenage sister in tow. There was no stopping him now and he has since brought his images back from 6 continents. Stay tuned for when he gets to photograph the 7th! 
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    Japanese Bridge
    It’s been a long time since Sebastian’s first Russian camera… Nowadays, his talents are amplified by high quality equipment to produce one of a kind prints. In addition to architecture photography, Sebastian’s interest include nature and wild life, macro, as well as portraits.
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    Path Over The Dunes
    His art can be purchased directly from his online gallery at www.sebastianmusial.com. The images can be printed on various fine art papers, canvas, and acrylic. Framed images are also offered for convenient gift giving.
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    Cabo San Lucas
    Sebastian also has a Facebook Fan Page at 
    http://www.facebook.com/sebphotography
    and his use twitter page is
    https://twitter.com/sebphotog


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    Canon Announces Two New Premium PowerShot Cameras

    Canon have announced the launch of two more PowerShot Cameras, the G5 X and the G9 X.Both cameras use the same 1-inch type back-illuminated 20.2-megapixel CMOS sensor and have a DIGIC 6 processor to do the heavy lifting. Their ISO sensitivity ranges of ISO 125-12800 are also identical. However each camera differs more significantly when it comes to looks, performance and lens capability.

    Canon PowerShot G5 X Digital Camera


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    Buy the new Canon PowerShot G5 X Digital Camera


    The G5 X SPECIFICATIONS
    • 20.2MP 1" High-Sensitivity CMOS Sensor
    • DIGIC 6 Image Processor
    • 24-100mm (35mm Equivalent)
    • Ultra-bright f/1.8 - 2.8 aperture
    • 2.36m-Dot Electronic Viewfinder
    • Vari-angle flip-out 3.0" touchscreen
    • 5-axis Image Stabilisation
    • Full HD 1080p Video Recording at 60 fps
    • Built-In Wi-Fi Connectivity with NFC
    • ISO 125 - 12800
    • 5.9 fps Continuous Shooting
    • Manual Control Dials, Star Shooting Mode

    Canon PowerShot G9 X Digital Camera

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    Buy the new Canon PowerShot G9 X Digital Camera
    The G9 X SPECIFICATIONS
    • 20.2MP 1" High-Sensitivity CMOS Sensor
    • DIGIC 6 Image Processor
    • 3x Optical Zoom f/2.0-4.9 Lens
    • 28-80mm (35mm Equivalent)
    • 5-axis Image Stabilisation
    • 3.0" 1.04m-Dot Touchscreen LCD Monitor
    • Full HD video at 60p with manual control
    • Built-In Wi-Fi with NFC
    • ISO ISO 125 - 12800
    • 6 fps Continuous Shooting
    • Intelligent IS and Manual Control Ring
    • Dedicated Star Mode Shooting
    These cameras are now available to pre-order.
    If you are based in the UK, go to Wex Photographic where they should be available in November
    For the rest of the world, go to B&H, where they plan to start shipping from 23rd October.