Summary: The Sony 70-350mm is the best option for surf photography from the land on Sony a6000 series cameras
If you need the best image quality and consistent focus performance, get the Sony 100-400mm. If not, the Sony 55-210mm + teleconverter works great too.
The Sigma 150-600mm contemporary lens is one of the best options for shooting long telephoto images of surfers from the beach with a Sony e mount camera. A couple of months ago I bought a Sigma 150-600mm and I’ve used it at every opportunity I’ve had since then to shoot surfing from the beach. Here’s my video […]
With the announcement of the Canon 7D mark II and a few other interesting (and expensive) cameras at the Photokina photography event I thought it was a good time to talk about the results you can get from a much more basic set-up. Last night I saw a cheap Canon DSLR come up on the […]
I’ve got a Panasonic GF-1, it’s a mirrorless camera which uses the Micro Four thirds lens mount, I’ve got an adapter which allows me to use my Canon EF lenses on the camera, I don’t get auto focus, and aperture control is handled manually by the adapter, so whilst it’s fun to use, especially with […]
If you read my Surf Photography Gear – What I Want post you’ll know I was on the look out for a Canon 70-200mm F4 lens, I managed to get one for under £300 on ebay around three months ago, so it’s time I shared my thoughts on this very popular surf photographers lens. I’ve […]