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The Duckface – Samsung MV900F
Samsung knows how to get the attention of their chosen demographic. It is, in some places, a good thing. Although the technological snob that I am will not let me fully appreciate just how effective pandering to the market is to their bottom line.
Canon EOS C500 and EOS-1DC: 4K Cameras Now!
In pushing the limits of imaging technology, Canon presented two game-changers for cinematographers, namely the Canon EOS C500 and EOS-1DC. Both are the answer to the rising demands of the motion picture and television production industry as they offer astounding 4K (4,096 x 2,160 pixels) resolution astounding 4K (4,096 x 2,160 pixels) resolution.
BenQ LR100 – This Will Leave You Perfectly Happy
The LR100 comes in a small package that makes this camera very light and portable. It could easily slip into small spaces, while the simple, flat shape doesn’t have any large bumps that would make it awkward to store. The design feels like it was pretty much meant to be kept in a pocket when not in use.
How To Shoot In Multiple Exposure With Canon 5D Mark III
Basically, Double Exposure, or Multiple Exposure, is a photographic technique in which we superpose two or more pictures to form a single photo, in order to create some magical special effects. This technique actually has been applied from the time of photography using films with some camera models which supported this feature manually.
Fujifilm X-E1 Digital Camera - A Concentrated X-Pro1
Fujifilm has been on fire riding the retro, mirror-less combination in recent months. First came the X100, then the X10 and the X-Pro1. Now here comes the X-E1.
Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX20V - A Compact Super-Zoom That’s Worth Checking Out
The DSC-HX20V falls into Sony’s compact superzoom category, sporting a 20x optical zoom. This makes it a handy companion to your holidays and travels, with the 20x zoom letting you get close to the action while at a distance, something your smartphone cannot achieve.
Sony Handycam HDR-PJ760VE - A 1080p Camcorder That Excels In All Areas
The Sony Handycam HDR-PJ760VE is a prime example of a no-holds-barred camcorder that we’ve seen in a long while from Sony. Its headline features include: full HD 1080p video recording (both 50p and 25p), 24.1-megapixel still picture recording, 96GB of internal flash memory, a built-in DLP-based, LED projector, and a reworked Balanced Optical SteadyShot image stabilization system. In short, pretty much everything but the kitchen sink.
Canon EOS 6D - A Beginner-Friendly Full-Frame Camera
The Canon EOS 6D comes with built-in Wi-Fi and GPS. Inside is a brand-new 20.2MP full-frame CMOS sensor with a single DIGIC 5+ image processor, the same processor as seen on the Canon 5D Mark III. While a top-tier camera like the 5D Mark III should offer little disappointment (except for the hole in your wallet), the Canon 6D is a camera built with trade-offs in order to sell at a lower price. Read on to find out if those trade-offs are worth the savings.
Fujifilm FinePix F800EXR - A Versatile Camera With Wireless Connectivity
Fujifilm made waves recently with their rangefinder-inspired X-series cameras such as the X-Pro1 and X100. For those on the hunt for something a little more budget-friendly and easier to use, there’s the FinePix lineup to consider.
Retro Chic 1959
For many photographers, this is a faultless bit of glass. Its 105mm focal length means you don’t have to be right up in someone’s face to take a portrait, so it’s excellent for capturing natural expressions and unstaged scenes which is why it was such a favorite of newshounds. And because it was a standby for both professional news and studio photographers, tens of thousands of well-kept examples are available.
Value in focus : BenQ G1, Fujifilm XF1
The BenQ G1 is the world’s slimmest swivel camera. So what, you might ask. Swivel screens are nothing new, both DSLRs and compacts have them now. But not on bodies this thin. And yet, this isn’t the USP of this camera. That has to be the f1.8 aperture.
Nikon 1 V2 Digital Camera - Still Fast And Handles Better
The V2 tries to absolve the sins of its predecessor by building in more manual controls, and it helps to a degree. Whereas the V1 hid the Program, Shutter Priority, Aperture Priority, and Manual modes inside the on-screen menu, the V2 has built them into the mode dial, which has been re-positioned to a much more convenient spot on the top plate.
Time For The Android Camera : Nikon Coolpix S800c, Samsung Galaxy Camera
An Android camera is ideally a point-and-shoot that uses the processing power and intelligence of a smartphone. Cameras have been intelligent for a couple of years now, providing users a host of editing and other features. They have been connected too, with Samsung coming out with Wi-Fi cameras last year.
GoPro Hero3 Black Edition Review - Bring The Quality Of Action Cameras To A Next Level (Part 2)
GoPro provides basic editing software, called Cineform Studio, as a free download on its website. The program provides basic tools to trim clip length, rotate clip orientations, adjust white balance, contrast, sharpness, exposure and saturation. Its main purpose is to create 3D videos if users have two old Heroes and a 3D Hero System cover.
GoPro Hero3 Black Edition Review - Bring The Quality Of Action Cameras To A Next Level (Part 1)
GoPro's mount-anywhere camera line has been making extreme sports enthusiasts surprised for years. The original HD Hero first provided the capability to shoot and record wide-angle HD video in 2009, and those capabilities improved with a higher-resolution sensor, faster burst mode and a wider field of view in the Hero2.
Camera Shootout of the Advanced Kind (Part 2)
The GH650 offers the maximum zoom in this category, with the lens capable of pulling off shots in the 22-580 mm range. We were actually quite surprised to see the lens go down to 22 mm, something we have not seen in a lot of point and shoot cameras as they generally tend to favor 24 or 28 mm as a starting point.
Camera Shootout of the Advanced Kind (Part 1)
With the point and shoot camera market hitting some-what of a wall in terms of growth, the camera makers figured it was time for the next stage of evolution advanced point and shoot.
The Criteria Of Choosing A Travel Camera
The camera is an "ally" who is integral to the youth to record the memorable moments at the beginning of the New Year or the warm spring trips with family and friends. Therefore, when buying a camera, the users should refer to the basic criteria to select the one that gives the satisfactory picture frames.
More Than Point And Shoot
We are coming across a lot of advanced point and shoot cameras that offer a killer feature set and better image quality than standard cheaper point and shoots
Samsung NX20 Pros and Cons
Due to a lack of regular DSLR mirror, the viewfinder on the NX20 is not optical; nonetheless the electronic viewfinder (EVF) offers a decent alternative with a very good 1 4440 000 dots crammed into it. If you don’t want to use the EVF, the swivel type 3” AMOLED screen (a so-so 614 000 dots) at the back will have to suffice.
Canon EOS M – Is The Final Big Player?
Canon was the final big player that needed to get on the compact system camera (CSC, also mirror-less) bus, and last year they did just that with the EOS M.
Nikon 1 J2 With Stylish Design And Dependable Image And Video Quality
The new features in the J2 are quite small. The screen resolution has doubled to 921,000 dots. There is also a new thing which is а Creative mode on the mode dial, but in reality this doesn’t make traditional photographic controls become quicker at all to access than on the previous J1.
Canon Powershot D20 - Super-Durable Waterproof Camera
Super-durable waterproof cameras are perfect for campers, but Canon’s D20 looks like something we have expected to find in a surf shop. It is considered as waterproof to 10m and shockproof to 1.5m, so it is for sure super-durable. We also like the stubby strap that ties around your wrist, and its mechanism of quick release.
Fujifilm Finepix F800EXR – Another Excellent EXR
The F800EXR has Wi-Fi and, with the help of the provided free applications for iOS and Android, it can send photos to smartphones and tablets and use these devices' GPS radios to tag photos. Nonetheless, the action is clumsy, requiring lots of finger dances on both the phone and the camera when we updated our location.
Sony NEX-6 – The Best Compact Camera
Sony’s NEX-6 is built on the success of the NEX-7. Its 16MP sensor is closely related to the Sony NEX-5’s one, providing impressively low noise levels in poor light. It’s equally a rival with all the best SLRs at this price, and this updated sensor combines phase-detect autofocus points to boost autofocus speed, which NEX cameras have been struggling with previously.
Canon EF 24-70MM F2.8L II USM – A Standard Zoom Many Canon Users Desire
Canon EF 24-70MM F2.8L II USM is shorter and more lightweight than the ancestor, yet it is costlier. It also has a bigger front part, with an 82mm filter thread (in replacement of a 77mm model).
Panasonic Lumix GH3 – The Fastest Touchscreen-Camera (Part 2)
About its oparations, the GH3 has moved farther forward from the GH2. With a bigger handgrip, improved arrangements of buttons, bigger battery and an excellent touchscreen, we won’t hesitate even for a little while to say that the GH3 is one of the most intuitive CSCs we have ever used.
Panasonic Lumix GH3 – The Fastest Touchscreen-Camera (Part 1)
Those who are familiar with the Lumix series will know that the GH3 is the leading model in Panasonic’s line-up. Like the GH2 that it has replaced, the GH3 is quipped with a 16MP Live MOS sensor that has been modified to provide a wide dynamic range and a 1EV gain at the high end of the sensitivity scale.
Nikon 24-85MM F3.5-4.5G ED-IF VR With Amazing Optical Performance
Based on the performance of Nikon’s 18-105mm f/3.5-5.6 lens, getting a score of 91% and costing $300, we can’t help questioning whether there’s a market for a 24-85mm lens sharing the same aperture whose zoom range is half shorter yet price is twice costlier. The answer is yes, because of that not only 24-85mm zoom offers full-frame coverage but also that its optical performance is better than 18-105mm lens.
Canon EOS M With Wonderful Touchscreen Interface (Part 3)
At $1,105 for the standard 18-55mm kit, the EOS M has a slighty more expensive price than that of the user-orientated Sony NEX-5R with similar specifications, while it’s about $316 more than the very powerful Panasonic GF5.
Canon EOS M With Wonderful Touchscreen Interface (Part 2)
The EOS M seems to have borrowed some of the design DNA from Canon’s variety of PowerShot and IXUS compact cameras, with a tidy and unfussy style. Soft and curved edges around its body are only offended by Canon’s EOS M’s main design style, the indent carved around the shutter button. It has allowed Canon to angle the shutter button by some degrees to give a more comfortable position when firing the shutter.
Canon EOS M With Wonderful Touchscreen Interface (Part 1)
After almost all of the big manufacturers joined the Compact System Camera market, Canon finally announced its very first product of this type at the beginning of 2012. With the arrival of the EOS M, this new model isn’t aiming at traditional EOS owners but in fact leading new clients to using the EOS system, with the camera mainly focused on inexperienced customers as a target.
Canon Powershot G15 With Immaculate Photos And Superb Controls
Canon’s PowerShot G-series used to be one of the most respectable compact cameras for photographers, but the past few years have seen many of its opponents that have similar specifications and a gradually increasing number of mirrorless system cameras that reverse its position in the DSLR-alternative market.
Fujifilm XF1 - Compact Camera With Retro Design
Fujifilm’s premium “X” series of digital cameras has completely gone with the retro revolution, leaning much on the previous models about the style while still trying to keep an eye on technology innovation.
Sony Alpha NEX-6 - Mirror, Mirror, Mirror-Less
Not everyone wants to lug a DSLR around, and compact system cameras offer top-notch quality without the fuss. Sony’s NEX cameras have become a popular choice, and this, the NEX-6, sits between the top-end NEX-7 and the recently released 5R, with which it forms a slightly awkward Venn diagram of features.
Canon EOS 650D - High-Ranking DSLR
Follow 550D and 600D of company, Canon describes that 650D camera with APS-C 18MP sensor is ideal to new people; however, its size and structure will not make semiprofessional people ashamed. It seems to be ideal to portrait pictures that are sharp. If it doesn’t have lens, its price is $1,050 or with standard 18-55mm lens, its price is about $1,199.
Cyber-Shot Digital Camera RX100 - A High-End Point-And-Shoot Camera
The Sony RX100 may cost a little more than the average compact camera, but its 20.2MP Exmoor CMOS sensor is a 1-inch device, bigger than that in the much-loved Canon G12 and beaten only by the likes of the much bulkier Canon G1X and Fuji X100.
Fujifilm Releases X100S And X20
X100S is valuable upgraded version that has X-Trans sensor, optical cross-bred object-finder and EVF (similar to X-Prol in the same auto focusing system) is considered the fastest among products with the same type.
Appealing DSLRs For Newbie
Last year, DSLR entry-level models faced difficulties due to mirror-less models and hi-end compacts. However, brands still keep on developing this segment because this model have been loved by those who started playing with professional cameras.
Canon EOS-1 DX (Part 2)
With the camera on high speed mode catching a rally car splashing through a puddle is easy and the servo focusing is very quick and accurate. The dark clouds, rain and dull light wasn’t ideal but made for some great action shots and at ISO 1000 the ID X was producing a good balance between low noise and fast shutter speeds.
 
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