Articles by Michael McNamara
Camera phones have been steadily eating away at compact camera sales. In retaliation, Nikon, Samsung, and Sony have introduced compact cameras capable of running apps and sharing photos wirelessly. Should other companies follow their lead? Check out my cover story on Smart Cameras in the Jan. 2013 Digital Photo Magazine.
The Nov. 2012 issue of DigitalPhotoPro Magazine has an incredibly hot cover photo, but is it hotter than my lead story on New Camera Trends? Check it out!
The Nikon D600 is a well-built, full frame camera that’s nearly as comfortable shooting Full HD 1080p video as it is capturing fast, sharp, high-speed action photos.
Looking for ways to save money on printing inks and supplies? If you own your own business or print lots of documents, Epson’s WorkForce Pro WP-4540 All-in-One ink jet printer is a great place to start.
New DSLRs with Auto HDR features can create high dynamic range images in just seconds, but are the results worth the convenience? Check out my cover story in the Dec. 2011 issue of Outdoor Photographer Magazine.
HD video of Tropical Storm Irene storm damage and flash floods in Hopewell Junction, NY on Aug. 28, 2011. All stills and video taken with Sony SLT-a77 camera.
HD video demonstrating the low light still-photo and HD video capabilities of the new Sony SLT-a77. Taken with a pre-production camera.
Check out the September, 2011 issue of Outdoor Photographer for my comprehensive lineup of the best DSLRs for under $1,000!
Sony introduced four new interchangeable lens cameras on August 24, 2011, with two translucent-mirror models that include game-changing technologies.
Sony’s new 16.2MP SLT-A35 features improved low light performance, longer video recording times, and extended battery life.