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Zeiss Batis 2/25 (25mm F2) Review

One of the pleasures of shooting with a Sony Full Frame E-mount camera is access to Zeiss’ excellent line of Batis lenses.

Known for the signature Zeiss “Pop”, the Batis lenses take traditional Zeiss into the 21st century by adding an OLED display, ridiculously light weight and weather sealing.

I purchased the Batis 25mm back in 2016 and have captured many wonderful memories with this lens.

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Moment Lenses and Photo Case Review - The best interchangeable system for your iPhone

It’s no secret that I came away extremely impressed with the camera on the iPhone X. The set of dual stabilised lenses and Apple’s willingness to partially post process images in-situ made it close the gap even further on point and shoot cameras.

With interchangeable lenses, the iPhone X has even replaced my mirrorless cameras in “broad daylight” or “bad lighting” conditions 90% of the time.

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Apple AirPods Long-term Review - An ode after 10 months…

It seems like an eternity since Apple decided to ditch its headphone jacks on the iPhone 7 devices and caused a whole bunch of (what I thought was) overly dramatic reactions.

Now that the iPhone 8 devices are out and that the iPhone X is looming over the horizon, more people are going to face life without a headphone jack. If you’re getting your first pair of wireless earphones, I cannot think of a better pair to recommend than the Apple AirPods.

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Fujifilm X-E3 First Impressions Review and Bluetooth Impressions

I've always wanted a rangefinder style second camera ever since I switched to Fuji last year. The problem was that the X-Pro2 was too big and the X-E2s was a half-baked attempt of refreshing a camera in 2016. When the X-E3 was announced, I knew I had to get one.

I've gotten one from a store here in Hong Kong today and have played around with it a bit. I'll be taking it on a cruise this weekend so keep a lookout for a full review soon. Here are my first thoughts in the meantime.

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