Bull Alligator displaying,

When discretion is the better part of valour!

Grey Ratsnake climbing an aged Swamp Cypress at the wonderful Tensas River National Wildlife Refuge, near Delhi, Louisiana. These constrictors are famed for their climbing ability in pursuit of arboreal prey, such as birds and squirrels. Panasonic Lumix GX8 and 100-300mm lens. C.Paxton photo and copyright.

An Enthusiast’s Camera, the Panasonic Lumix DMC GX8

Sony Alpha A77 MkII promises hike in performance for wildlife and sports photographers – Andy Luck’s review of Sony’s latest SLT (Single-Lens Translucent) camera in September issue 196 of outdoor Photography Magazine.

While the Compact System Camera (CSC), is not yet perfect, neither is the DSLR quite dead – yet. Meanwhile enthusiast wildlife photographers never had it so good, but is the real magic still to come, could there really be a union of the optical and electronic viewfinder just around the corner?

15 Frames Per Second with full auto focus from Samsung’s very impressive new APSC NX1- the best mirror less camera for wildlife so far?

Big manufacturers continue to support high speed APSC DSLR cameras for sports and wildlife

Small cameras with big sensors just get better and better – a review of the Panasonic LX100 for the April issue of Outdoor Photography Magazine by Andy Luck

Northern Cardinal hen, taken on Lumix DMC FZ70, C.Paxton photo and copyright.

Panasonic LUMIX FZ70 Review: Affordable Superzoom with Vavavoom?

Nikon D810 reviewed for Black + White Photography Magazine Issue 174, March 2015, by Andy Luck

The best camera is the one you have with you. The latest review of the Sony RX100 MkIII by Andy Luck.