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Photographer dated 12 April 2014

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Andrew Sydenham tests an X-Rite ColorMunki display – a calibration and profiling system to accurately match the colour on your laptop screen, monitor or projector to your original image
Tamron SP 150-600mm f/5-6.3 VC USD

Delivering the longest focal length of any affordable enthusiast zoom on the market, how does a specialist 600mm optic sit within the general-purpose setting of a 4x telephoto all-rounder? Damien Demolder finds out

It’s the very pinnacle of Nikon’s DSLR range, but exactly what does the 16.2-million-pixel Nikon D4S add to its predecessor? Richard Sibley tests the camera, while professional sports photographer Mark Pain reveals his first impressions

The Sigma dp2 Quattro has turned many heads with its radical design that incorporates the manufacturer’s new Foveon sensor. Michael Topham takes a first look

Five AP readers explore the photographic opportunities in the streets around London’s South Bank, aided by Damien Demolder’s seeing and shooting techniques

Craig Roberts says you can go to town with abstracts and really illustrate the dynamism of the urban environment

This week’s news 

  • Rights

    victory over ‘living hell’ threat
  • Nikon to replace ‘black spot’ D600
  • Fuji

    finds home for X files
  • Compact system cameras stage comeback
  • Wanted: buyers

    for Kodak’s first CSC
  • June debut for Panasonic 15mm f/1.7 lens



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