Transcend CFast 2.0 Card Reader Review

Just as CFast 2.0 memory cards were not needed in DSLR kits prior to the introduction of the Canon EOS-1D X Mark II,
CFast 2.0 memory card readers were also not needed.
While a camera can be directly connected to a computer for image uploads, I always use external card readers with one kept in my studio and another in my laptop case.
So, along with a CFast 2.0 Memory Card, Transcend sent me a CFast 2.0 memory card reader to review. read more

Datacolor SpyderLensCal Focus Calibration Tool Review

A double-edged sword in my life is the quantity of cameras and lenses that I purchase, receive, evaluate, use, review …
I love getting to use this gear, but the logistics definitely get complicated –
and my credit line is generally not happy with me as nearly every camera and lens reviewed on this site to date has been purchased retail.
Owning each camera and lens outright leaves me personally on-the-line financially for verifying the operation of each within the retailer return period.
Or at least within the manufacturer warranty period.
Important shots missed due to equipment problems are also potentially costly to me. read more