Last year was very productive for some of the camera brands, but not for all. Mark Bauer looks back, remembers some of the new camera releases and adds notes in his wishing list for 2015
I’m writing this at the end of the year, a time when traditionally we look back over the year just gone and look forward to what’s ahead. So, what were the highlights, and what might we have to look forward to?
To be blunt, as a Canon user, there is not that much to look back on. The much-anticipated high megapixel challenger to the Nikon D800/810 and the Sony A7r was conspicuous by its absence, much to the frustration of Canon-shooting landscape photographers. There was the long-awaited successor the …
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