I am not ashamed to admit that I am a product of the digital age. While I have shot a variety of film stocks and
Starting Monday, June 18, a very limited supply of the brand new Fuji X-T100 will be available at Mike’s Camera! Check out the eye-catching champagne
The “Art” badge on a Sigma lens indicates a devotion to quality and artistic capability over all other considerations. These lenses are not made to
Happy Friday! Did you remember that Father’s Day is next weekend? As a guy who is very close to his father, I love the excuse
Back in December, we hosted our friendly neighborhood Olympus reps for in-store equipment demonstrations and insane, one-day only deals. It was such a big hit,
As the credits begin to roll, Kodachrome (dir. Mark Raso, Netflix exclusive, 2017) leaves its viewers with a mic-drop moment: “Shot On 35mm Kodak Film.”
Wow! Where’d that wolf head come from? The way the above image differed between the preview and in this full article illustrates how much aspect
In a perfect world, a full cinematic tripod would drop out from inside your camera whenever extra stability is needed and slide back into the
Great news for Lumix shooters! If you have a GH5, GH5S, or G9, you’ll be able to download and install a firmware update for your
Good evening! On Friday, we took a look at how the world around you can pull double duty, offering completely different photographic opportunities at night.
With the sun taking its leave of our fair slice of the earth for the day, let us resume our exploration of night photography. Part
Although the low-light performance of cameras keeps getting better every year, night photography remains a completely different experience from daytime photography. Shooting during the day,
Announced today, Panasonic is releasing a long-awaited update to its Lumix TS series of weatherproof “tough” cameras. The TS7 makes a number of significant upgrades
While we’ve dealt in used gear from time to time before, we at Mike’s Camera are pleased to announce that we’re taking that relationship to
Ever take a breathtaking photo of the clouds, only to find it marred by unsightly gray blobs when you pulled it up on the computer?