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Don't know if you'll include this one as it is Canon specific but I find it useful.

http://www.the-digital-picture.com/Reviews/

It's the site of a pro photographer who reviews Canon kit and other bits like Sigma and Tamron lenses.

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Don't know if you'll include this one as it is Canon specific but I find it useful
I've provided Canon-only links before, and I don't think there's any reason for them not to be included - Nikon/Fuji/Sony/Brand X/Brand Y/Brand Z-specific links can also presumably included - I think the purpose is to provide a useful repository for all users, whatever equipment they have.

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Best of both worlds; a page with my favourite links on it and a shameless plug of my own site :)

http://nickminers.com/links.php

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Nikon/Fuji/Sony/Brand X/Brand Y/Brand Z-specific links can also presumably included


They surely can, so if anyone has any to share please post them here.

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A great resource for anyone who has, or is interested in, the older bodies is http://www.mir.com.my/rb/photography/
Very comprehensive guides, lots of detail. Practically the user manual online for many, many of the main manufacturers. Not the best designed site in the world, but Google is your friend.
So, if you stumble upon a curio that piques your interest, it's well worth a Google across that site for any info.

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http://visualsciencelab.blogspot.com/

“THIS IS A BLOG ABOUT PHOTOGRAPHY AND THE COMMERCIAL VISUAL ARTS WRITTEN FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS, DESIGNERS, ART DIRECTORS AND ALL SORTS OF PEOPLE IN MARCOM DEPARTMENTS AROUND THE GLOBE. WE'LL DISCUSS NEW PRODUCTS AND NEW TRENDS AND HOW TO INCORPORATE THEM INTO OUR DAILY BUSINESSES. WELCOME ABOARD!”


I've mentioned something he wrote before, but I think the whole blog's worth keeping up with. He's platform agnostic too!

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http://www.7dayshop.com

Oh so cheap for film, and free shipping on everything. Lots of other goodies to be had as well.

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One of my long-time favourite photo resources is DxOMark Sensor, which ranks cameras based on real-life photographic scenarios based on RAW sensor image quality measurements.

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A good site for Sony/Minolta lens reviews.
ephotozine.com has some iteresting stuff and a lot of lens reviews in it's archive.


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Ted Forbes' podcast - "The Art of Photography" - flickr group includes a link to subscribe via itunes. Use flickr to interact with Ted and influence content for future podcasts.

http://www.flickr.com/groups/artofphotography/

Ted's more into the art side of things rather than the gear, preferring older cameras - 35mm, medium & large format as well as pinhole etc. A good basis for anyone starting out too.

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I've just been having a look at http://www.camerapricebuster.co.uk
It's more or less a price comparison site, focussing (pun? me?) on photographic equipment, and whilst by no means exhaustive, covers a lot of kit the likes of us are interested in.

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That's a very tempting link, there, Alex.

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EOS 450D Body £429.99
EOS 450D + 18-55mm IS Lens £422.99


They actually pay you to take away a kit lens. :lol:

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http://SFGPhotography.co.uk/
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http://www.sofortbildapp.com/

Tethered shooting / timelapse for mac using Nikonians...

(its free too)

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