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Nikon Df vs Fujifilm X-T1, best Canon lenses and affordable image editing

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Thursday 03 April 2014

Two of the most eye-catching recent camera launches were the Nikon Df and the Fujifilm X-T1. Both models combine high-end features with a retro design aesthetic, and as a result found great popularity with reviewers and consumers alike.

Having reviewed both separately, we decided it was about time we pit the pair against each other in our Fujifilm X-T1 vs Nikon Df head-to-head.

Elsewhere on the site we've grouped together five of the best Canon lenses currently on the market with something for everyone, from the kit-lens upgrader to those wanting a high-end zoom.

Finally, if you're in the market for some new image editing software but don't want to break the bank why not check out our affordable image editing software round-up, or even better our free photo editing software guide?

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Photo of the month - March

We are pleased to announce that the winner of the first 'photo of the month' competition is 'nimitnigam' with the image 'Walking Into Dead Lane'.

The judges said: "A powerful black and white image, that is simple but effective. It makes great use of leading lines to create the central focal point and places the subject right in the middle, to draw you in."

'nimitnigam' wins a token prize of a 4 GB memory card, and inclusion in the WDC newsletter.


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If you fancy the chance of winning a 4GB memory card, as well as featuring in our newsletter, why not enter our April 'Photo of the month' competition?

Once again it's an open theme, so feel free to submit your best shots whatever the genre. To enter, and for more information, head on over to our gallery.


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