I go through a lot of equipment. I’m hard on it. I bash it against stuff, I roll around in the dirt with it … and I just sell it whenever it has no more use to me. I don’t take photos of brick walls, I don’t do studio tests, but what I do is take hundreds of thousands of photos in real-world conditions, and it tells me a few things about the real character and reliability of gear. So here I will be collecting some of my old reviews through the years and updating them with my new experiences as I can. I will keep them as timely as possible, but I spend most of my time (and make about 99.99 percent of my income) from being out there, using this stuff until it turns to dust.
And I will NEVER, EVER review a piece of gear that I haven’t put through the paces on an actual shoot. Ever.