Have you ever wondered what is the future of mirrorless cameras in dental photography? I have and I want to share my thoughts with you. As we all know, mirrorless cameras aren’t the most wanted among dental photographers. But they do tend to like new solutions and no wonder they’re curious if the mirrorless revolution […]
Here it is, a new dental photography macro lens, Yongnuo YN 60 mm f/2 Macro. Let’s take a closer look. The Chinese company, appreciated for its flashguns, is introducing a macro lens. Dental photography enthusiasts might be interested, especially that Yongnuo is also affordable . But does its quality can even compete with popular leaders? […]
Finally, the long-awaited Nikon Z7 is available and we could do some first tests. The Nikon Z 7 is the company’s high-end full-frame mirrorless camera. It features a 45.7MP BSI-CMOS sensor, a hybrid AF system with 493 points and 90% coverage and 5-axis in-body image stabilization. The rugged body is similar in design to the […]
You thought 1:1 magnification was big – this lens gives you 1.5 times life size on the sensor! Meike is one of the new brands of independent lens manufacturers, which continue to provide low-cost, innovative designs, and, sometimes, unusual specifications. This new 85mm f/2.8 macro lens is unusual in that it focuses down to 1.5x […]
The key features of Laowa 25 mm f/2.8 2.5-5X Ultra Macro include an advanced optical system, maximum magnification of 5:1, high resolution and excellent colouring of the photographs. Impressive close-ups within reach Photos: Alberto Ghizzi Panizza, Jie Ge, Gil Wizen The optical system of Venus Optics Laowa 25 mm f/2.8 2.5-5X Ultra Macro […]
After delivering two very interesting wide-angle lenses, Irix is releasing a tele-macro model, which may be one of the most perfect designs intended for dental photography. The Irix 150 mm f /2.8 lens should meet the requirements of even the choosiest users dealing with macro photography. The manufacturer has announced that the lens contains premium […]
Nikon D850 is the next generation of the D800′ s line… When Nikon introduced the D800 and D800E, it set a new benchmark for DSLR image quality and super high-resolution photography that approached medium format. Now, five years later, Nikon proudly introduces the next evolution in high-resolution DSLRs, a camera that allows photographers to capture […]
What type of equipment do you use, is one of the most common questions, between the photographers. You can now watch my short discussion with Dr. Panos Bazos about the cameras, lenses, and flashes, which we are using in our daily work. Interesting is, that at the end the most important is knowledge about […]
Canon users were waiting for the new model from 6D series from the last few years. Now we can take a closer look at the results of the hard work of Canon’s engineers. What you should know and what has changed? completely new sensor with 26Mpix and ISO from 100 to 40.000 Dual Pixel AF […]
Laowa 24 mm f/14 Replay 2x Macro – macro lens of an unusual shape. Venus Optics is one of the most interesting optics manufacturers from China. Under the brand name Laowa, it intends to introduce a macro lens with a very unusual shape, which can be useful for macro photography from a discrete distance. The […]
Nikon has announced (its midrange D7500 DSLR. While its design has been slightly tweaked, the big story is the features that have been inherited from the D500. It uses the same 20.9MP APS-C sensor, Expeed 5 processor and 180k-pixel RGB metering sensor, and is capable of capturing 4K video. Nikon is keen to stress however that […]
GP ReCyko+ Pro Photo Flash: Are they worth buying? Read more and find out! Up until now, there were no rechargeable batteries dedicated to external flashes. The GP Company decided to fill the gap, and made the GP ReCyko+ Pro Photo Flash. As the Company says: they give the shortest recharging time in between […]
We are happy to introduce the newest camera in the Canon Electro Optical System (EOS) Series, the 77D.
A bracket is an additional piece of equipment, dedicated to using in combination with dual flash. The main indications for use are correct flash heads positioning for color transfer and achieving dental photographs showing the texture of the teeth and soft tissue.
With a limited budget, a 60mm lens looks attractive and it is tempting to make an extra saving to spend for a dinner with beloved ones… But please think about a lens, which will be universal. A universal macro lens allows me to take both: intraoral and portrait photographs.