A couple of useful sites for choosing photographic equipment

    I would like to supplement the recent topic about the theoretical foundations of photography with some amount of practical information. It will be interesting first of all to those who choose the next camera or lens (regardless of the qualifications of the photographer and the level of technology):

    www.dpreview.com - detailed reviews and comparisons of cameras, rather quickly updated as new models are released. For people of the history of photographic technology, there is an archive over the years;

    www.photozone.de/Reviews/overview - high-quality and informative lens testing reports for SLR cameras from various manufacturers.

    Update: as far as sites suggested by readers, for which they thank you :)

    www.steves-digicams.com/- reviews of equipment, a forum, a selection of "HowTo";

    www.imaging-resource.com - A selection of reviews of cameras, lenses, printers, scanners and other accessories. www.imaging-resource.com/IMCOMP/COMPS01.HTM - a fun page that allows you to select two cameras and get a set of test shots for comparison;

    www.pixel-peeper.com - a large number of test shots for various equipment and links to reviews;

    lenstip.com - detailed reviews of a large number of lenses;

    www.the-digital-picture.com - reviews and galleries of test shots;

    www.dxomark.com is a sophisticated system for evaluating and comparing cameras by dynamic and tonal ranges, color sensitivity and other parameters.

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