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First test of the Sony 16-35mm f2.8 GM2 compared to the 16-35 GM1

The new Sony 16-35mm GM2 is here and sets new standards! It is lighter, sharper and even more compact than its predecessor! Therefore, we'll show you the direct comparison of the two G-Master lenses and tell you whether an upgrade is worth it!

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Nikon Z9 Action

Get a 660GB Nikon CF Express card for free when you buy the new Nikon Z9 (+ variants)!

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Action-packed sports photography | Jörg Schüler for Nikon

An eventful summer of sport with the European Championships and the Olympic Games is just around the corner. Sports photographer Jörg Schüler shows you how to take impressive and action-packed sports photos. What camera settings do you need to consider? Which perspectives increase the dynamics? The shoot here is with the European super middleweight boxing champion Leondrit Gashi.

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Review of the Nikon Z6 III - The full-frame all-rounder flagship

At last you can breathe a sigh of relief, the Nikon Z6 III was announced last week and many Nikonians are eager to see what the cat in the bag has to offer! We are finally letting it out of the bag at this point! Nikon has taken advantage of the long wait and given the camera a complete makeover and a new orientation.

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Guide to volleyball photography

It's a captivating mix of teamwork, strategy and explosive energy. Two teams fight to hit the ball over a net and bring it to the ground in the opponent's court, while at the same time having to react with lightning speed to fend off the opponent's attacks. What triggers pure excitement for the audience becomes a major challenge for us photographers: rapidly changing situations, little light and tight workspaces.

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