Why I love my 100-400mm lens: Richard Pohle
At Fixation we’ve long rated the 100-400mm lens and someone who firmly agrees is Richard Pohle, staff photographer at The Times.
Flagship Cameras Compared from Canon, Nikon and Sony
Today Nikon announced their new flagship DSLR the Nikon D6. Alongside the Canon EOS 1DX mark III and the Sony A9 II...Learn More
Canon EF versus RF: Why use RF lenses?
One of the biggest, best surprises of 2018 was Canon’s announcement of its full-frame mirrorless EOS R system. No longer was Sony...Learn More
Chris Schmid shooting natural world with Alpha Mirrorless
Wildlife pro Chris Schmid tells us why his Alpha mirrorless cameras have changed the way he shoots the natural world. The advantage...Learn More
Micro Four Thirds | What Are the Advantages and Disadvantages?
In a world of full-frame mirrorless cameras and DSLRs with ever-spiralling megapixel counts, do Micro Four Thirds cameras have a legitimate claim...Learn More
Fujifilm X-H1 vs. X-T2 for video
Mirrorless shooters have been singing the praises of Fujifilm’s flagship X-T2 ever since it arrived on the scene and it’s not hard...Learn More
Fujifilm XH1 vs. Panasonic Lumix GH5 for video
The Fujifilm X-H1 is a serious attempt by Fuji to start courting pro video shooters and hybrid photo/video content creators. A large...Learn More
Nikon D850 | Love at last?
Longtime Nikon user Holly Wren pitches the Nikon D850 against her trusted D800.
CamRanger review | The best kept secret in Wireless triggering?
Holly Wren was looking for a wireless tethering solution and discovered the CamRanger. See what she thought of this nifty little box.
Canon EOS 5D Mk III vs. 5D Mk IV
London based portrait photographer Nyla Sammons pitches the Canon EOS 5D Mk IV against her trusty 5D Mk III.
Using the Profoto A1
Holly Wren reviews the Profoto A1 - dubbed the world’s smallest studio flash - and explains how it fits in with her style of shooting.
A Case for the Profoto B2
Portrait and commercial photographer Holly Wren tests the Profoto B2 and shows what can be achieved with a simple one-light setup.
Sony A9 & G Master Lens Review
Jordan Matyka, a professional freelance editorial and music photographer tests the Sony A9 with the 24-70mm & 70-200mm GM lenses
Canon lens review | 35mm & 24-70mm
Longtime Canon user Jack Terry tests the Canon 35mm ƒ/1.4L Mk II and tries the 24-70mm ƒ/2.8L Mk II against his original Mk I version.
Zeiss Otus lenses | Reviewed by Ian Derry
We spoke to celebrity portrait and commercial sports photographer, Ian Derry about his experience with the new Zeiss Otus lenses.
Bob Martin tests the Sony A9
Bob Martin is a multi-award winning sports photographer specialising in shooting sports and action pictures for advertising, corporate and editorial clients. During...Learn More
Jack Terry tests the Sony A9
Fixation ambassador Jack Terry is a successful lifestyle and advertising photographer and works with high profile brands such as Audi, Nintendo and...Learn More
Shooting Weddings with the Fuji GFX 50S
North West-based photographer David Stanbury reckons he has the best job in the world. For the last 20+ years, alongside his wife...Learn More
Hands On | Sony A9 (brief) Review
It’s not often we get our hands on a camera before it’s been released, so when Sony kindly offered us a pre-production...Learn More
Fuji GFX 50S | A Working Day With A New Camera System
Paul Stewart, Night Picture Editor at the Daily Express and documentary photojournalist, has worked in the imaging industry for over 45 years,...Learn More