Review(s) for Canon EOS 5DS R DSLR Camera (Body Only, Inc 5 Year Warranty)

sharp and crisp images Lucian R : I've got to say, this is easily the highest resolution camera i've owned to date! For me, this camera performed brilliantly in both portrait and landscape. The only bug bear I have is that the spot meter only read from the centre sensor. Michael answered a few questions I had but i'd done a lot of research and already knew what I was getting myself into.
pretty good camera John Sorensen : this unit can use lens profiles to correct distortion in as shot. thanks lidio for all your help camera is great

Review(s) for Nikon D750 DSLR Camera (Body Only, Inc Bonus Creative Lighting Pack Valued at $699 via Redemption)

Great addition to the lower end of the lineup Mark Maws : The D750 appears to be an absolutely outstanding camera, it's just more of a D600/610 successor. It's also the fastest current FF camera on the market outside of the $6500 pro bodies. I am not surprised the grip doesn't add FPS. Had this been in a D8XX body, I would have been very surprised if the grip did not add FPS. The main point is that it is a D6XX successor, and with that in mind, it's quite the camera. Nikon now has their very best AF and processing within this price range which I don't think anybody else is doing. This is a great addition to the lower end of the lineup.

Review(s) for Tamron 150-600mm f/5-6.3 VC USD Lens

Tamron 150-600mm f/5-6.3 Review Peter : Tamron 150-600mm f/5-6.3 Review First Look: Tamron 150-600mm f/5-6.3 Do you actually need 600mm of focal length? Tamron thinks so. The massive Tamron 150-600mm f/5-6.3 lens is made for wildlife photographers, the police surveillance people you only see in movies, and anyone who needs to show off some size. If you always need the biggest, most powerful and—importantly—longest lens out there go out and pick this one up right now. With a modest price tag and an incredible range that you don't see every day, the Tamron 150-600 has excited quite a few people. Rumour has it that people outside the photography world are even interested—there are telescopes that can't do what this lens does. On an APS-C format camera, 600mn delivers almost 1000mm of effective focal length. That's an impressive feat for a lens in this price category. The old Tamron 200-500, the Sigma 50-500mm OS and Canon's 100-400mm come close to the 150-600mm's focal length range. Nikon's 80-400mm f/4.5-5.6 is a consideration if you have a Nikon body. Everyone who is in the market for a lens with this much reach already has a basic kit lens that covers shorter focal lengths—that makes the Sigma's more expensive price tag and 50mm range useless. The image quality of the 150-600 is improved from Tamron's 200-500—and VC (Vibration Control) is featured on the 150-600, making it easier to get sharp images in low light conditions. The Nikon 80-400 is a reasonable option, but the Tamron still shows up with more focal length at a lower price. Things get more complicated when it comes to the reigning wildlife photography champion, the Canon 100-400. The Canon is over half a kilogram lighter than the Tamron 150-600, which might make a big difference if you are going to carry it around all day. Canon also uses a more common and less expensive 77mm filter compared to the massive 95mm filter of the Tamron. What about image quality? At f/5.6 and 400mm the Canon and the Tamron are nearly identical. Sure the Canon's performance is a little bit better—but it isn't noticeable by the human eye. Canon's offering is also more expensive. Buying a 100-400 and an extender to match the Tamron's range will get you two 150-600 lenses. Price is key when it comes to this style of zoom lens because environmental conditions and the skill of the photographer reign supreme at extreme focal lengths. If you are a Canon user, the light weight of the 100-400 is a bonus but you'll need an extender—which adds weight—to get you to the focal lengths that the Tamron can provide. If you are price conscious and you definitely need the reach of 600mm, the Tamron 150-600 f/5.0-6.3 is the lens for you.

Review(s) for Steiner Military 3-15x50mm MSR Ret Rifle Scope

Best steiner scope Andrew Sommerville : The first thing i noticed was how clear the steiner scopes are. I would recommend this model if you're using the M10 platform for sure.
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