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Bhutan, The Last Shangrila: How To Plan

Bhutan, The Last Shangrila: How To Plan

Bhutan offers many options for photography, mainly Monuments, Buildings, Monasteries, Dzongs, Towns, Streets, Markets, People, Houses, Mountains, ...
Bhutan: A Dream Destination for All Photographers!

Bhutan: A Dream Destination for All Photographers!

It was the beginning of March and I checked with my friend, Shivayogi, and he confirmed that there was one vacancy in his travel group because of a ...
Selecting A Beginner’s Kit

Selecting A Beginner’s Kit

If you are new to photography or just migrating from a cellphone or compact camera to a DSLR camera, these pointers can help you select the right ...
DSLR vs Mirrorless

DSLR vs Mirrorless

Mirrorless cameras have been around for a while now but there is still a lot of confusion around the actual benefits of mirrorless cameras like the ...
5 Lens Alternatives to the 70-200mm

5 Lens Alternatives to the 70-200mm

The 70-200mm f/2.8 lens is by far the most popular lens across camera systems, be it Canon, Nikon, Sony or any other system. It is part of the Holy ...
The Sigma 60-600mm Lens

The Sigma 60-600mm Lens

Sigma’s 50-500mm, nicknamed the Bigma, was an exciting lens when it was released more than 10 years back. Since then Sigma have released the ...
The Playback Devices Section

The Playback Devices Section

I still remember the early 80s when the only content we got on television was what Doordarshan chose to dish out. Today content is easy to come by & ...
Panasonic S1 and S1R

Panasonic S1 and S1R

  Panasonic recently invited us to a pre-launch preview of their upcoming full-frame mirrorless bodies: the S1 and the S1R. While the bodies we ...
The Most Popular Gear of 2018!

The Most Popular Gear of 2018!

Ever wonder what gear we rent out most at Primes & Zooms? I have been curious to know and we now carry sufficient inventory for the numbers to ...