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Sony NEX-6 Mirrorless Camera Review (Part 9)
The app that a lot of people will be able to use is Direct Upload - Direct Upload. At this point, it is only set up to transfer the images to Facebook or the PlayMemories Online service from Sony, although Sony representatives have informed us that more options will appear soon.
Olympus 15mm F8.0 Body Cap Lens Review
The 15mm Body Cap "pancake" lens offers the equivalent view of 30mm lens in 35mm equivalent terms, and is on the market for $90 or is available for free as part coming with the Olympus PEN Mini E-PM3 and Lite E-PL5.
Sony NEX-6 Mirrorless Camera Review (Part 8)
One of the strengths of the NEX-6 is its Wi-Fi capability and compatibility with the 'App Store' of Sony, which are found on the less budget NEX-5R as well. Wi-Fi lets you transmit your images to smartphones, tablets, computers and televisions, while the Sony PlayMemories app store allows you to add additional features to the camera.
Sony NEX-6 Mirrorless Camera Review (Part 7)
As a camera for photography enthusiasts, it is not surprising that the NEX-6 is generally pretty responsive. Capturing performance is fairly good, although the startup time of the camera with the 16-50mm power zoom is a bit long, and some of the apps are quite slow when operating.
Sony NEX-6 Mirrorless Camera Review (Part 6)
The setup menu of the NEX-6 is long and wide, and divided into several sub-categories. Once again, there are a few insane interdependencies in which the settings you are able to access at any time - for instance you are only able to set up your priorities for the maximum focus if the camera is in the MF mode or DMF mode, which is installed in the camera menu.
Sony NEX-6 Mirrorless Camera Review (Part 5)
The menu system of the NEX-6 is basically the same as the more expensive NEX-7’s menu, with a few minor changes. The NEX-6 features a physical mode dial currently; there is no need to have a virtual dial, so that option has been killed off. The new addition is to access what Sony calls PlayMemories Camera applications, which are utilities that you are likely to download to the camera via Wi-fi or USB
Sony NEX-6 Mirrorless Camera Review (Part 4)
With the NEX-6, Sony has reintroduced the 'Quick Navi' screen that was last seen on its pre-SLT DSLRs. Hidden away as a display option through the camera menu, you are likely to activate it as one of the information points that the DISP button slides through.
Sony NEX-6 Mirrorless Camera Review (Part 3)
Anyone who has used a previous NEX model will be able to receive and use the NEX-6 with a bit difficulty. Its user interface is not for everyone, although the improvements that Sony has made over the years have caused it to be a bit easier to use than the original NEXs. In previous NEX cameras, for example, you have to delve into the menu system to tweak the exposure mode.
Sony NEX-6 Mirrorless Camera Review (Part 2)
All of the recent NEX-series cameras have followed quite a suitably aesthetic design, and thus there are plenty of similarities between the NEX-6 and NEX-5R, and to a lesser level than the NEX-7. Like the NEX-7, an extra wide deep battery that extends from the top panel of the camera with a sharply sloped platform containing the only controls found on the front, a power switch that surrounds the shutter button and an Fn button.
Sony NEX-6 Mirrorless Camera Review (Part 1)
Since the smartphone market still keeps on affecting sales of compact cameras these days, we found that the camera manufacturers increasingly pay their attention to a smaller market - but with more potential - group. Specifically, those who are passionate about photography would like to get a more compact DSLR alternative, but still require the level of customization and camera control that they have become accustomed.
Wired2Fire Velocity VX - A Great Budget Monitor, Graphics Card And Processor Combination
The AMD A10-5800K processor is clocked high at 3.8GHz, but this Fusion chip doesn’t offer a great deal of power. It’s bolstered by 8GB of capable Patriot Viper memory, yet the system’s lack of firepower isn’t helped by the large-capacity (1TB) yet slow Seagate hard drive. The Velocity VX recorded just 2,779 points in PCMark 7.
Sony NEX E 20mm f/2.8 Pancake Lens Review
The wide-angle pancake lens provides the view angle which is equivalent to a 30mm lens using on a 35mm camera and costs for about $465. The maximum of f/2.8 is one of its prides as it helps focusing reasonably, fast and quietly.
Sigma 18-35mm f/1.8 DC HSM A Lens Review
The standard magnification lens for APS-C-formatted camera as expected is proud to have a fast f/1.8 max aperture through the zoom range and silent focusing with more important manual control. We have a post-produced sample to test here and it will fit the Canon, Nikon and Sigma cameras, with the recommended retail price of $1,199.
Nikon 70-200MM F/4G ED VR - Afford This
Always on the lookout for exploitable market niches, both Nikon and Canon have been building out the middle of their lens catalogs with f/4 enthusiast versions of the expensive f/2.8 zooms favored by pro shooters.
Fujifilm 35MM F/1.4 Fujion XF R - LCD Gem
Fujifilm’s APS-C-format 35mm f/1.4 Fujinon XF R ($600, street) is one of a handful of new optics that the Japanese giant has produced in support of its retro and pleasantly idiosyncratic X-series interchangeable-lens compact bodies.
Nikon Coolpix L27 Compact Camera Review
The Nikon Coolpix L27 was published in January 2013 with the L28 and is a compact camera for new users with an RRP for only $75. It has a 16.1 megapixel sensor and 5x optical zoom lens, with colors including black, red, white, silver and purple.
Sony Cybershot DSC-TX30 - Waterproof Camera (Part 2)
The price of the Sony Cybershot DSC-TX30 is $449. Other water-proof cameras are Pentax WG-3 at $458, Panasonic Lumix DMC-FT5, which costs $443, Nikon Coolpix AW110, whose price is $405, Canon Powershot D20 available for $390. To have further understanding about water-proof cameras, have a look at “Top 10 Best Waterproof Cameras”.
Sony Cybershot DSC-TX30 - Waterproof Camera (Part 1)
Introduced in Feb 2013, the Sony Cybershot DSC-TX30 is really a tough camera. It is water-proof, dust-proof, freeze-proof and shock-proof. There is also the Magnifying Glass Plus mode given to support shooting small subjects. The TX30 is available for $449.
Sony NEX-3N CSC - Providing Excellent Image Quality Without Affecting The Processing Or Design (Part 2)
Sony NEX-3N is a mirror less camera, and though the price is low, it doesn’t feel like a budget product, with compelling and useful compact 16-50mm OSS electric lens, it’s available at $487.5, being one of the cheapest mirror less camera at present. Sony NEX-5R, with Wi-Fi and touch screen are the next steps, however, it costs about $748.5 with a 16-50mm kit lens.
Sony NEX-3N CSC - Providing Excellent Image Quality Without Affecting The Processing Or Design (Part 1)
Sony NEX-3N is not the latest mirror less camera of Sony, and is the mirrorless sensor camera having the world’s smallest APS-size, and coming with it is an electric 16-50mm zoom lens with a RRP having the price of $598.5. Its price is available at $487.5 and it’s available in black or white version.
The Best Cameras For Children (Part 3)
A small mirror-less camera, Olympus PEN E-PM2 (also called “Pen Mini”) offers a Four Thirds sensor, sensor-shift image stability, and 3-inch touchscreen. As Nikon 1 S1, it does not have dial mode. Its 16-megapixel CMOS Four-Thirds sensor is one the same point found in high-end Olympus OM-D E-M5, but E-PM2 have some appearances and interface are designed newly in users’ mind.
The Best Cameras For Children (Part 2)
PowerShot A1400 has a 16-megapixel CCD sensor hiding behind a 5x-zoom optical lens (equivalent to 28mm to 140mm), and it operates based on a couple of AA batteries.
The Best Cameras For Children (Part 1)
If your children are still kids, they always know the world in which smart phones are the most popular devices to take photos. That is too bad. To ensure that next generations of young photographers to understand productivity and advantages of real camera, you will have to put a real camera on their hands as soon as possible.
Nikon Coolpix S31 Waterproof Camera Review
Nikon Coolpix S31 is a family-friendly waterproof camera, an update version of S30. This new version is even better in compact resistance and uses chargeable Li-Ion battery instead of AA battery. S31 is available with the colors such as blue, pink, white and yellow with the price of $127.49
Olympus XZ-10 Super Compact Camera Review (Part 2)
At ISO 100, the noise is low, and it remains unchanged at ISO 200 and 400. The image quality would slightly decrease when ISO reaches 800, as some areas become softer. The noise gets worse at ISO 1600, but not much. When ISO achieves 3200, a great deal of details is lost with a slight smudged appearing in some places
Olympus XZ-10 Super Compact Camera Review (Part 1)
Besides the 12MP back-illuminated CMOS sensor, the Olympus XZ-10 also features the iHS Technology to provide premium image quality. It has a 5x optical zoom lens which is 35mm equivalent of 26-130mm and f/1.8 is its maximum aperture to allow the maximum amount of light to expose to the camera, so it is ideal to use in low-light conditions.
Panasonic Lumix GH3 - Bigger Micro (Part 2)
Video from the GH3 was about as good as you can get in a non-dedicated video camera at this price. If you opt for one of the high-bit-rate options, be forewarned that you’ll fill memory cards quite quickly. Persnickety videographers looking to use the GH3 in place of a much more expensive video camera will likely begrudge this camera the minor moiré or other artifacts that occasionally show up.
Panasonic Lumix GH3 - Bigger Micro (Part 1)
Micro four thirds cameras, along with other mirror less bodies, have always been billed as smaller than DSLRs. While they definitely, are Panasonic’s Lumix GH- and G-series bodies take their design cues from the reflex cameras that came before them.
Powershot SX280 HS Review - Canon’s Latest Travel Zoom Camera Model (Part 2)
Macro shooting focus at 5cm means that you can have a good macro image, though it’s not as close as other cameras. There’re many levels of good detail at both ends of the lens, as well as the commonly seen level of chromatic aberration or purple border, though this can be seen more clearly when using full optical zoom.
Powershot SX280 HS Review - Canon’s Latest Travel Zoom Camera Model (Part 1)
Canon PowerShot SX280 HS is the latest travel zoom camera model from Canon, belonging to a series of travel zoom camera, the update of SX260 model. This camera has 20x optical zoom, high speed shooting, built-in GPS and Wi-Fi to share images from any of your positions.
Samsung NX2000 Mirror-Less Camera Review (Part 2)
20-50mm kit lens is equivalent to 30-75mm lens and runs well with picture distortion and minimum pincushion distortion, with editing features in camera even though chromatic aberration and purple edge are noted a lot. The details are very good with kit lens; camera brings sharp and detailed photos in good conditions of light.
Samsung NX2000 Mirror-Less Camera Review (Part 1)
Samsung NX2000 is a Samsung mirror-less amateur camera which has changeable NX mount lens, 20.3-megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor, as well as one of the largest screens in line of mirror-less cameras with high-resolution 3.7-inch touchscreen. NX2000 costs $749 and is included Adobe Lightroom in box.
Samsung WB30F Compact Camera Review (Part 2)
Images are soft at the corners, though the details are generally good in the rest of the images, as well as when zooming in. it’s best to avoid digital zoom, unless you have a plan to share on webs such as Facebook, where images will be resized. Some purple borders are visible, though this is most noticeable in high contrast zone, and not a too big problem in most of the images.
Samsung WB30F Compact Camera Review (Part 1)
Samsung WB30F is a compact camera with 10x optical zoom lens, integrated inside Wi-Fi mode to share and backup, and a 3inch screen on the back.
Canon EOS 100D Digital SLR Review (Part 2)
Operating range is good, the new lens is capable of providing detailed images at both wide and mobile shooting ends of the lens. Purple border is visible in contrast zone, especially for the lens. Lens aberration adjustment can be turned on, with options for peripheral illumination (pattern), as well as chromatic aberration. In our testing images, we set the chromatic aberration adjustment off to see the results from the lens without editing.
Canon EOS 100D Digital SLR Review (Part 1)
Canon EOS 100D is a new mini-DSLR from Canon, designed to fill between Canon EOS 600D and Canon EOS 700D, as a compact choice for those who’re looking for a Digital SLR.
Fujifilm FinePix F900 EXR Camera Review (Part 2)
The camera creates images with bright-colored saturation, and some will say “rich”, reliable colors and exposure. Light-sensitive range can be expanded by the light-sensitive range option (up to 400% at max res), or EXR DR mode (up to 1600%) though the EXR DR mode reduces the resolution down to 8 megapixel. Red-eye is little at portrait with flash
Fujifilm FinePix F900 EXR Camera Review (Part 1)
Fujifilm FinePix F900EXR is an update version of Fujifilm FinePix F800EXR and shares the same 20x optical zoom lens, 3inch screen, built-in Wi-Fi, but adds a 16.1 megapixel EXR II CMOS back-lit sensor with phase-detected focus.
Nikon Coolpix S9400 Review – Camera Rich Of Features (Part 2)
Nikon Coolpix S9400 is available with the price of about $285.5. Other cameras with the same zoom density include Samsung WB250F (zoom 18x) pricing at $224.98, Fujfilm FinePix F770 (zoom 20x) at $269.98, Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ35 (zoom 20x) coming at $298.5, Sony Cybershot DSC-WX300 (zoom 20x) available at $390 and Canon PowerShot SX280 (zoom 20x) at $382.47.
Nikon Coolpix S9400 Review – Camera Rich Of Features (Part 1)
Nikon Coolpix S9400 was announced in January 2013 and had an 18x optical zoom lens, 18.1 megapixel sensor and Full HD video recording. It’s available in silver, black, red and white with the price of about $283.
 
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