I think that it is important to share information, in that spirt I decided to list photography related websites that I tend to visit often. I ask nothing of these site owners; these are simply sites I find useful and which I think you may, too.
Thom Hogan is the writer and photographer behind bythom.com, a website that provides extensive information about Nikon gear.
B. Moose Peterson born in Whittier, Calif, is a well-known wildlife photographer whose work has been published in over 130 magazines world wide. Moose was one of the first wildlife photographers to embrace digital SLRs, which were once thought unsuitable for wildlife and nature photography given some of the inherent limits with the format.
David duChemin is a world & humanitarian photographer, best-selling author, and international workshop leader. David uses his powers for good and not for evil. This is his blog.
The news is basic but mostly complete. The reviews are exhaustive and the testing well-controlled. The forums can get testy and even misleading in information at times as they're unmoderated, but there's enough knowledgable people floating around that the right answer almost always gets posted to questions of almost any type. This is an excellent place to start any digital camera research. Very gear and technology driven.
The B&H site is useful for a lot more than just purchasing. The first thing it's useful for is this: does the product exist? If it's photographic and available, B&H has it 99.9% of the time. Beyond that, it's a good way to research your options.
Whether you are a beginner or seasoned professional, having the opportunity to learn from other photographers, network and share photographic moments is whatWild Eye Photography is all about. Pretty entertaining and educational South African Photographers