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  • First look at the Canon EOS 6D MKII

    Canon EOS 6DMKII - Our First Impressions We have been lucky enough to get hands on with a pre production model of the new Canon EOS 6D MK II to see if the latest ergonomic changes along with the packed new spec will warrant an up-grade from the four year old EOS 6D. The 6DMKII will sit between ...

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  • Andy Gotts MBE MA New Contact Sheets Photography Exhibition

    Andy Gotts MBE MA New Contact Sheets Photography Exhibition

    The first famous person Andy Gotts photographed was Stephen Fry who spared the then student 90 seconds to take his portrait. Despite photographing a huge range of famous faces since then Gotts has always insisted on one thing: that his portraits remain untouched. Gotts' unique photography style can be seen across this series of contact sheets, from ...

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  • How to shoot an 'ugly' location through the eyes of a Pro

    How to shoot an 'ugly' location through the eyes of a Pro

    Award-winning art photographer Vijce is back with fresh inspiration, though it’s not exactly the colourful work you may be used to from him. This time, the German camera pro used a gloomy train station staircase as his main subject, but the beauty he brought to the ’ugly’ location is something we can all learn from. “To ...

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  • Tamron 18-400mm f3.5-6.3 Di II VC HLD: First Impressions

    Tamron 18-400mm f3.5-6.3 Di II VC HLD: First Impressions

    On Friday 30th June, I was lucky enough to get my hands on one of the very first examples of the new Tamron 18-400mm to arrive in Europe. Granted I was only able to play with it for about 30 minutes, but it made a good impression on me. However, before going in to the new ...

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  • Never before seen photos of Mount St. Helens eruption found in charity shop camera

    Never before seen photos of Mount St. Helens eruption found in charity shop camera

    Photographer Kati Dimoff has developed a curious habit. Whenever she enters a thrift shop, she makes a B-line for the used camera section and checks each and every 35mm camera for exposed but undeveloped rolls of film. Recently, this habit yielded an incredible discovery. On May 26th, Dimoff found herself in southeast Portland, Oregon. And as ...

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  • Tamron introduce ULTRA-TELEPHOTO All-In-One Lens

    Tamron introduce ULTRA-TELEPHOTO All-In-One Lens

    The battle for a genuine 'all-in-one' lens seems to have be re-ignited with the release of the Tamron 18-400mm f3.5-6.3 Di II VC HLD. Let us say that again...18-400mm - a 22.x optical zoom lens - 28-600mm in 35mm terms*.  That's HUGE!! *(28.8-640mm using Canon EFs Fit / 27-600mm using Nikon DX Fit) Tamron's history within this category ...

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  • Panasonic Tour of Soho with Lumix GH5

    Panasonic Tour of Soho with Lumix GH5

    On Friday 26th May, CameraWorld teamed up with Panasonic and Panasonic Pro Expert, Kevin Walker to take customers around London's vibrant Soho district giving them a chance to test a range of Panasonic Lumix G-Series cameras, including the Lumix GH5, and a host of lenses Kevin Walker: Photography is a passion for me and I am rarely ...

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  • CameraWorld goes to the AP Awards 2017...and WINS AGAIN

    CameraWorld goes to the AP Awards 2017...and WINS AGAIN

    Well, thats about it... Congratulations to all the winners and another big THANK YOU to all those who voted for us.  We genuinely love you all and hope to be of service to you in the future. Product Of The Year: Fujifilm X-T2 AP Reader Product Of The Year: Nikon D500 Zoom Lens Of The Year: Sigma 12-24mm f4 ...

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