A blog about an exploration of hobbies, and our continual evolution into a digital existance.

Digimorphosis

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Newest Posts

Canon’s Third Party RF Controversy, and Switching To Sony

What a strange time to be a Canon photographer. Just this last May I made the plunge and bought a Canon EOS R, making my first serious foray into photography after years of hobby shooting with APS-C cameras and point-and-shoots. I've had a love/hate relationship with...

Sigma 24-70 DG OS Art Adapted To Canon RF

Anyone starting out in photography has to explore how to build out a lens collection, especially if they want to work professionally. Canon's RF mount system has a lot of great features, like lightning fast autofocusing and control rings for flexibility, but...

Product Reviews

Pros and Cons of the MC-11 Adapter On Sony A7IV (EF Lenses)

For anyone considering changing systems, the idea of having to start a lens collection over again is probably the biggest "ugh" that stalls everything out. Any adapter, then, that claims it can take EF lenses and make them work on a Sony E mount system has my...

Sigma 24-70 DG OS Art Adapted To Canon RF

Anyone starting out in photography has to explore how to build out a lens collection, especially if they want to work professionally. Canon's RF mount system has a lot of great features, like lightning fast autofocusing and control rings for flexibility, but...

Canon EOS R And One Man’s Journey Into Real Photography – WIP

I've dabbled with photography for many years, often looking for good shots and using some combination of decent point and shoots and then the iPhone for a long time. When I was a kid I played with a Polaroid my mom got me quite a bit, and also used one of the first...

After blogging about tech, games, self development and a variety of other topics on a personal blog that became a hodge-podge of interests, Digimorphosis was born of a desire to make an all-tech website (and YouTube channel).

So much of the tech space is puff pieces to sell stuff, to ramble on, or work an angle. My product reviews and gaming thought pieces are my own – just one man’s perspective in the hopes that others find them interesting or helpful.

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