Here below some of my favorites links:
The gentleman is famous. He does not think like all and always has an interesting opinion about cameras and lenses. I don’t always agree with him, but I like to read his posts. Too bad his website is so ugly and outmoded, but Ken has so much knowledge and skills, it has become finally a part of the experience.
With DP Review closed in 2023, the alternatives are not so many, and from my perspective, not as good. But Imaging Resource is a very good source to get news from the latest released cameras and lenses. This website provides in-depth reviews of cameras and lenses, as well as news, articles, guides and galleries. It also has a comparison tool that lets you compare the specifications and features of different models side by side Highly recommended.
This website offers detailed and independent reviews of cameras, lenses and
accessories, as well as sample images, videos and tutorials. It also has a friendly
and active forum where you can ask questions and share your opinions with other
users. However, the coverage of some brands like Nikon is limited.
More for reading news than reviews, but still a good source of infos. Good coverage of cameras, lenses, software and accessories. Certainly not a one-stop-shop to know everything about something, but again, a fine way to be informed about what’s hot in photography’s equipment.
Digital Camera World
Not overwhelmed by what they write but impressed by the quantity, the diversity and the relevancy when it comes to photography. Recommended.
This website focuses on Australian photography, but also features reviews of cameras and lenses from around the world. It also has a magazine that you can subscribe to for more content and inspiration.
If DP review is for engineers, DXO is for scientists! But the site is great, very objective. So go there to make you mind about the performances of the last cameras or lens released by a vendor.
A great website for lenses test. DP Review is indeed far from being exhaustive for lenses, and this site can be, like Photozone and DXO a great complement to DP Review.
They may be the most demanding people I have been able to read when it comes to lens tests. They are not impressed so easily, so if you want to really know the limits of a lens, have a look at their great tests.
Digital Photography School
A must read if you want to improve your technical skills. Browse their archives and read their new posts!
Cambridge in Colour
A smart website, full of advice and tips. Many simulators help you understand all the arcane of the technology in a very clear way and very useful too, even for advanced photographers. A must read!
Advice, feedbacks and news from Pros photographers speaking about gear in real-life shooting.
A straightforward website. Tests are detailed enough, you can make your mind quite quickly and the team is making relevant tests. It is complementary to sites like DP Review for several reasons, and I recommend reading their tests even if I am tending to disagree with them regularly !
About (Nikon) DSLR and Mirrorless. A kind of sibling to Ken Rockwell! Less emotions and more facts though which is both a good and a bad thing, but a must read.
Rumors’ sites: because you can’t wait for the official news. Very reliable sites.
And much more… just go to one of their site and you will find the others (FujiAddict, PentaxRumors, …)
Underwater Photography: must read if you want to shoot below the surface.
DSLR Bodies: This site covers Canon and Nikon DSLRs and related products and is updated nearly daily. Interesting opinion from a Pro. Also recommended: its sister site SansMirror for mirrorless cameras.
Scantips: where you will find how to clarify some mysteries about the basics of flash and digital photography !