In this article I talk about our favorite gear, some of which has helped shape our world of landscape astrophotography. Check out what we’re looking to buy this holiday season and why.
Sony just released their most affordable full frame prime lens for their E-mount cameras: the Sony FE 28mm f/2. In this short review, we test it out for use with astrophotography along with its accessory SEL075UWC Ultra Wide Angle and SEL075FEC Fisheye conversion lenses.
There’s a new nifty 50 in town. In this short review we test out the Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 STM, Canon’s latest iteration of their affordable 50mm lens. At about $125, it’s the cheapest Canon prime lens available, making it an attractive addition to any Canon kit. Let’s see how it does with astrophotography.
The very best lenses for my personal favorite compact camera system for astrophotography: the Fuji X-Series.
The most common question asked on Lonely Speck answered for Canon shooters!
Here’s a quick review of the Rokinon 14mm f/2.8, arguably the best, most affordable lens for astrophotography.