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Fujifilm XF 23mm f2 review

Hi everyone, I've completed my in-depth review of Fujifilm's XF 23mm f2, a general-purpose prime lens for X-series bodies. I tested it alongside the older 23mm f1.4 for all my comparisons from sharpness to bokeh blobs and Sun-spikes, so check it out! PS - if you're shopping for anything at all at Amazon, B&H or Adorama, you can support me by first clicking through to them via the links on my reviews - it works for anything you order and it really helps, thanks!

https://www.cameralabs.com/fujifilm-fujinon-xf-23mm-f2-r-wr-review/
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Fujifilm XF 50mm f2 review - in-depth review complete!

The XF 50mm f2 is a short telephoto prime lens for Fujifilm's mirrorless X-series. Delivering a 75mm equivalent field-of-view, it's perfect for portraits with blurred backgrounds or tighter urban and landscape views. I've compared it against the XF 56mm f1.2 to help you choose the best short telephoto for your X-series body! As always, if you're shopping at Amazon, B&H or Adorama for anything at all, you can support my work by first clicking through to them via the links on my reviews - thanks!

https://www.cameralabs.com/fujifilm-fujinon-xf-50mm-f2-r-wr-review/
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Nikon 8-15mm Fisheye review

Thomas has completed his review of the brand new Nikon 8-15mm fisheye zoom at cameralabs! It's the first Fisheye zoom for Nikon DSLRs, delivering a 180 degree field-of-view to both cropped and full-frame bodies, while also offering a full circular Fisheye image to full-frame. Find out how it performs in Thomas's in-depth review at the link below!

https://www.cameralabs.com/nikon-8-15mm-f3-5-4-5-fisheye-review/
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Nikon 28mm f1.4E review - one of the first in-depth tests of this new lens!

Nikon's 28mm f1.4E is a new medium wide angle lens corrected for full-frame DSLRs. It fills a gap between the existing 24mm f1.4 and 35mm f1.4 lenses in the Nikon lineup, and features high-end optics, tough build quality and a price to match. +Thomas Rubach has worked day and night to bring you one of the first reviews of this brand new wide lens, comparing it against the benchmark Zeiss Otus 28mm f1.4. Find out why he reckons it's worth the price in his review! #Nikon

https://www.cameralabs.com/nikon-28mm-f1-4e-review/
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Sigma 135mm f1.8 ART review

The Sigma 135mm f1.8 ART is a mid-length telephoto lens with a bright aperture, available in Canon, Nikon or Sigma mounts. It's corrected for full-frame sensors and works on Sony's mirrorless bodies with an adapter. Find out why +Thomas Rubach reckons it's Sigma's best ART lens to date in his in-depth review at cameralabs.com - one of the first detailed reviews of this brand new lens!

https://www.cameralabs.com/sigma-135mm-f1-8-art-review/
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Sigma 12-24mm f4 ART review

Sigma's 12-24mm f4 ART is an ultra-wide zoom designed to capture an enormous field-of-view on full-frame cameras. Available in Canon or Nikon fits, and easily adapted to Sony mirrorless, the 12-24mm is another high performance lens in Sigma's ART series. In his in-depth review, +Thomas Rubach compares it closely to that other third-party ultra-wide benchmark, the Tamron 15-30mm. Find out which is the right ultra-wide for you!

https://www.cameralabs.com/sigma-12-24mm-f4-art-review/
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Canon EF 11-24mm f4L USM review - arguably the best wide zoom!

I'm delighted to finally put some time aside to review one of the most exciting lenses in the EF catalogue: the EF 11-24mm f4L USM, a true exotic with an impressively bulbous front element. It delivers wide to extremely wide coverage with impressively sharp details and minimal distortion across the framer and throughout the range. This makes it ideal when shooting large buildings inside and out, expansive landscapes or simply very large group shots. Find out how it performs across the range on a demanding EOS 5Ds body in my Canon 11-24mm review!

http://www.cameralabs.com/reviews/Canon_EF_11-24mm_f4L_USM/
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Tamron 150-600mm review

Tamron's SP 150-600mm is a super-telephoto zoom for Canon, Nikon and Sony A mounts. The new version, indicated by the A022 / G2 labeling, sports superior coatings, faster focus, better stabilisation, and compatibility with Tamron's TAP-in console for firmware updates. But it's also more expensive than the original A011 version which remains on sale. As such, Tamron's adopted a similar two-tier approach to its 150-600mm, just like Sigma with its Contemporary and Sports versions. To find out if it's worth paying the extra, +Thomas Rubach compared the new Tamron against its predecessor, along with both Sigma models, while also including the Nikkor 200-500mm for good measure. Discover the best super-tele for you in his Tamron 150-600mm review!

http://www.cameralabs.com/reviews/Tamron_SP_150-600mm_f5-6-3_Di_VC_USD_G2/
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Sqwaaaak! It's Gordon's Leica 100-400mm review!

Here's one of Brighton's seagulls in-flight snapped with the Leica 100-400mm zoom on a Lumix GX80 / GX85 body. I had the lens at its maximum focal length and aperture, delivering equivalent coverage to 800mm, a challenging combination for any system, particularly one that's traditionally not been great at tracking fast subjects in the past. But during my tests with the 100-400mm on the GX80 / GX85 I found the pair were more than capable of keeping up with a variety of sports and wildlife, even birds in flight. The 100-400mm also offers a step-up in optical and build quality over the existing telephoto zooms in the system, albeit at a comfortably higher price too. So the big question is how it compares to more affordable alternatives like the ageing, but surprisingly capable Lumix 100-300mm. Find out in my in-depth Leica 100-400mm review at the link below!

http://www.cameralabs.com/reviews/Panasonic_Leica_DG_100-400mm_f4-6.3_H-RS100400E/
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Nikon 105mm f1.4E review

This is the rather lovely Nikon AF-S 105mm f1.4E, one of the brightest telephoto lenses in its class. You want to know if it's any good, right? No problemo, +Thomas Rubach has completed his in-depth review of it, packed with samples and comparisons at the link below! We reckon it's one of the first detailed reviews of the lens out there...

http://www.cameralabs.com/reviews/Nikon_Nikkor_AF-S_105mm_f1-4E_ED/
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