Who's the best reviewer for Camera's and Lenses? Whose opinions do you trust when making purchasing decisions? Opinions vary and reviews can be very subjective, and we are interested in knowing whose reviews you read and opinions you trust when making your photographic purchases.
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Below are the contenders, highest rated first (the more stars, the higher rated the reviewer). After voting, please refresh the page to see the updated results.
A professional nature Photographer based in Olso, Norway, with in-depth reviews based on his many years of experience in the field using Nikon equipment. Best known for his lens reviews, his site also covers some bodies and accessories.
A huge site covering just about every aspect of digital photography, including comprehensive reviews of DSLR's, Lenses and Point & Shoot cameras from all the major manufacturers. Site was bought by Amazon.com in May 2007.
Another professional wildlife photographer using Nikon equipment, Moose offers reviews, plus tips on techniques and is author of the Guide to Wildlife Photography. He also offers workshops and classes, and has an online store.
Maintained by Michael H. Reichmann, this site focuses mainly on Landscape and Nature Photography. It contains a reasonably large review section, as well as forums, articles, tutorials and publishes DVD's and Videos.
Photocrati is a photography blog, gear review site, and community, with a mission is to foster discussion between photographers working in diverse fields and to share resources that encourage technical, artistic, and professional growth for pros and enthusiasts alike.
For detailed ratings and reviews, click PhotoCrati.
Ken is either loved or hated, depending on who you ask. His extremely popular site has been described as the National Enquirer of Photographic Sites. Ken often goes for a reaction, including making bold claims like Digital is Dying, and claiming he can get better results from a $5 film camera than a $3,200 DSLR system.
Photo Review tracks the latest digital cameras, lenses and accessories, and also keeps a weather eye on developments in digital video, removable memory and the kind of computer technology that is a pre-requisite for successful photography