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Pentax K-5 II – A Digital SLRS
Pentax provided us with a wide 18-270mm zoom, rather than the standard 18-55mm lens. In our tests, we found the sensor and lens maintained detail right into the corners of frame at maximum wide angle. Colors looked vivid, too.
Samsung EX2F - A Smart Camera
Well-built and sturdy, the EX2F measures 4.41 by 2.46 by 1.08 inches and weighs about 10 ounces. It’s a little too big to fit into shirt pockets or most pants pockets, but you can easily tote it in your jacket or coat.
A List of Printers with AirPrint (Part 1) : Brother MFC-J4510DW
Printers that can handle A3 paper tend to be big beasts, but Brother has hit on a novel solution: flip the A4 tray around by 90 degrees. By loading the paper sideways, the MFC-J4510DW’s print area is wide enough to handle an A3 sheet fed in manually when required.
Nikon Coolpix A And Ricoh GR – A Quick Comparison
The Nikon Coolpix A and the new Ricoh GR, both have a wide-angle 28mm lens equivalent with f/2.8, a 16.2 megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor and a tiny compact metal body, but are different at a few points including the price, with the Coolpix A is priced at $1,499, and the Ricoh GR is priced at $899.
Pentax WG-10 Waterproof Camera (Part 2)
The images have the trend of well-exposing with good color reproduction. Portraits display the red eye effect when using the flash, but you can remove this in playback. The Digital Microscope takes very impressive macro shots. If you want the images that have a higher dynamic range, you are able to select the options to increase the details in the highlights and shadows.
Pentax WG-10 Waterproof Camera (Part 1)
The WG-10 is the latest primary-line camera of Pentax designed for outdoor and underwater use - with featuring waterproof, shockproof, freeze-proof and crushproof. It has a 14 megapixel sensor, 5x optical zoom, is available in black and red versions, and is priced at about $210.
The Sony RX 1 - Brilliant Compact Shooter
The RX1 captures video as well - Full HD at that, at limited speed variations - but it does a fairly good job at it. With the aperture ring control being on the lens, along with the focus ring, it's quite a nifty benefit for videographers - especially those who love capturing videos on the go and bulky messy equipment is not an option
Canon Powershot N 12.1MP Digital Camera with Wi-Fi (Part 2)
Noise is low at ISO 80, 100 and 200. The images become washed out at ISO 400 and once more at ISO 800. One more time, the washed out images are more detailed in ISO 1600. At ISO 3200 there’s a little blurred at the contrast zone, this is worse at ISO 6400, but image quality is good at higher ISO, especially for online sharing.
Canon Powershot N 12.1MP Digital Camera with Wi-Fi (Part 1)
Canon Powershot N stands out with the 8x optical zoom lens, changeable touch screen and integrated Wi-Fi. Square design makes it have unusual exterior. Powershot N is available in black and white with the price of $409.
How To Protect Your Camera Lens From Fungus
Storage is one of the most common reasons because of which lenses catch Fungus. Store your Camera and its Lenses in a cool, dry place. If you live in a Humid city like Mumbai then store them in an airtight container with small bags silica gel.
Samsung NX300 - A Luxurious Compact System Camera
There’s lots of action right now in the compact system camera (CSC) segment, which pairs compact camera bodies with interchangeable lenses for a DSLR-like experience without the internal mirror or associated bulk. It’s an area where Samsung has been making steady headway with an expanding range of lenses that now includes a new 45mm prime lens for shooting 3D stills and movies.
Pixma Pro-100 - A Printer For Professional Users
The Pixma Pro-100 – the professional printer series that Canon has been selling is the logical choice for the studio photographers thanks to good print quality and fast print time at $340.5.
Panasonic Lumix GF6 Latest Mirrorless Camera Review (Part 3)
Panasonic Lumix GF6 is a brand new camera compared to its predecessor, the Panasonic Lumix GF5, and after finishing our tests, we find out the reason. The camera comes with a new sensor, built-in Wi-Fi, tilting touchscreen, mode dial, panoramic mode and many more new features that we might ask for.
Panasonic Lumix GF6 Latest Mirrorless Camera Review (Part 2)
The camera’s exposure is reliable, and if you wish to extend the dynamic range, all you need is use the iDynamic or HDR options, as showed above. The photos carry good level of details, and there is no trace of red-eye effect when capturing portraits with flash light.
Panasonic Lumix GF6 Latest Mirrorless Camera Review (Part 1)
Panasonic Lumix GF 6, the latest mirrorless camera from Panasonic, features a 16 MP sensor, 3inch tilting touch screen and built-in Wi-Fi as well as NFC. It is the owner of a new 14-42mm f/3.5-5.6 lens and Mega optical image stabilization.
Sony Cybershot DSC-TF1 - Affordable Water-Resistant Camera
This product is waterproof to 10m as well as dust, freeze and shockproof. It also owns a 16.1 MP CCD sensor and a 4x optical zooming lens, which is a 35mm equivalent to 25-100 mm. Its stabilization is under the control ò the Optical SteadyShot.
Nikon Coolpix L820 Super-Zoom Camera Review (Part 2)
The photos are display excellently with the exceptional color reproduction. The skin tones of the portrait shot are magnificent and the familiar red-eye effects when capturing with flash just disappears. Two of the last pictures are captured when the zoom lens stretches out maximum, very ideal for wild nature photograph.
Nikon Coolpix L820 Super-Zoom Camera Review (Part 1)
Launched in January, 2013, Nikon Coolpix L820 is a super-zoom camera with a 30x optical lens. It also owns a 16 MP sensor and its video is recorded at full 1080p HD. L820 is available with the plum, blue, red and black version, and its price is about $320.
Nikon Coolpix S6500 - 12x Optical Zoom And Integrated Wi-Fi (Part 2)
Additional shot samples and product images are available in the device’s database, where you can add personal evaluation, your own images and rank the products.
Nikon Coolpix S6500 - 12x Optical Zoom And Integrated Wi-Fi (Part 1)
Nikon Coolpix S6500 is a compact camera with 12x optical zoom lens and integrated Wi-Fi. It has silver, black, red, blue, white and orange versions available on the market with the price of $285.
Nero Trigger - All Things Photography (Part 3)
HDR allows you to take 3, 5 or 7 frames in the contact frame of the 1/3rd, 1/2, 1 or 2 stop. The camera shutter is controlled by the trigger. So, it needs to be set to B and the speed is set on the trigger. You can set any speed from 15 seconds and 1/15 seconds as a beginning point.
Nero Trigger - All Things Photography (Part 2)
I have some problems with the trigger when using it on Pentax K20 – the unit recorded noise right from the 1st explosion, but failed to activate the camera, the second time always ended up in good results. It performed this every time the device was on.
Nero Trigger - All Things Photography (Part 1)
Contributing to our comment in a recent research about Nero Multi Trigger, the chaps who rebuilt the entire utilities and now we’re looking for a much smarter and extensively improved device which is used to shoot fast-moving subjects using the sound, laser or light sensor, as well as improved timelapse feature and new HDR mode.
Fujifilm X-E1 - A Retro Camera That Inspires (Part 18)
Image quality is where the X-E1 shines, which turns out the JPEG images with greatly low noise, even at the highest ISO setting is 25,600. Contrast can be quite low in default JPEG formats, but this can be adjusted, although changing to Velvia film mode gets too much contrast and color in most cases.
Fujifilm X-E1 - A Retro Camera That Inspires (Part 17)
Like its sibling model of the X-Pro1, the X-E1 creates exceptional results at low ISO, offering the sharper, more-detailed results than Bayer cameras with the same equivalent number of pixels, with a natural color performance. As you go up according to the ISO standard scale, fine detail is retained very well. In our well-lit studio scene, there is not almost any obvious difference between ISO 100 and 800.
Fujifilm X-E1 - A Retro Camera That Inspires (Part 16)
This limit is rarely achieved, because the majority of sensors are equipped with anti-aliasing filters. Anti-aliasing filters are made to reduce unpleasant moiré effects, but doing so, they also reduce resolution (the relative quality and length of the filters are different among the cameras).
Fujifilm X-E1 - A Retro Camera That Inspires (Part 15)
Like the X-Pro1, the XE1 provides excellent JPEGs at high ISO sensitivity settings, to expand you do not really need to capture in Raw from the angle of applied-noise reduction or sharpening adjustment. It's actually quite difficult to console better image quality out of the RAW files of the X-E1 than you will escape from the camera’s JPEG engine.
Fujifilm X-E1 - A Retro Camera That Inspires (Part 14)
The X-E1 transports with its own customized, but fully functional version of SILKYPIX, named RAW File Converter EX. This is a flexible part of the software which includes a wide range of options and adjustments, and which has the ability to generate impressive results.
Fujifilm X-E1 - A Retro Camera That Inspires (Part 13)
When taking a few beams, the buffer zone can fill quickly and need a long time to delete, especially when shooting RAW + JPEG, so investing in a fast memory card is required. Using a Class 6 SDHC card makes waiting between the beams a chore, but switching to a SanDisk Extreme Class 10 UHS-1 Class improves matters. Even so, it takes 40 seconds to delete a single beam of 11 frames.
Fujifilm X-E1 - A Retro Camera That Inspires (Part 12)
The Shooting Menu turns out much shorter when the drive mode is set to Movie, because of video options limited by the X-E1. Another interesting point is that the Display Custom Setting option here does not depend on that as for still images, for example, you can choose to display the different recording information for each.
Fujifilm X-E1 - A Retro Camera That Inspires (Part 11)
The X-E1 has updated the menu a bit compared to the X-Pro1, but the general appearance is almost equivalent. When the camera is set to Movie mode, the previous one is replaced by a minimalist Movie menu.
Fujifilm X-E1 - A Retro Camera That Inspires (Part 10)
The X-E1 offers a selection of four image displays in playback, but the first two are not very useful, and the last one is cramming too many images on the screen that makes it difficult to realize what is happening.
Fujifilm X-E1 - A Retro Camera That Inspires (Part 9)
The X-E1’s rear LCD and electronic viewfinder share the same display modes and basic settings. The rear LCD also displays a "state panel", which is useful when shooting with the optical viewfinder as well as a way of testing the settings with just a glance.
Fujifilm X-E1 - A Retro Camera That Inspires (Part 8)
The various settings are interdependent, which might cause you to be initially confused until you know what is happening. For instance, you cannot choose expanded DR settings at ISO 200, or use extended ISOs when capturing RAW, and have to change the conflicting setting first. Then, of course, you have to remember to change it back again later; for example, it's all too easy to forget to re-activate RAW after using the expanded ISOs.
Fujifilm X-E1 - A Retro Camera That Inspires (Part 7)
The X-E1’s body is a little smaller and shorter and lighter than the leading X-Pro1, which is a good change for photography enthusiasts. Not only the body, but also main exposure controls also have the really classic design, with a manual shutter speed dial and, in the case of 18-55mm zoom lens, a mechanical –style aperture ring. A switching button manually defines the lens that is activated to adjust the aperture or set to the Auto.
Fujifilm X-E1 - A Retro Camera That Inspires (Part 6)
One of our favorite things about using X-E1 is taking photos in low light with reasonable confidence that we will probably have usable photos with good details. A variety of bracketing modes allow us to take advantage of that confidence, diversified exposure and individual ISO.
Fujifilm X-E1 - A Retro Camera That Inspires (Part 5)
The 18-55mm zoom is very cute and extremely convenient but it is not your unique option. Fujifilm's XF prime lenses are marvelous, and we spent a lot of time with them during the shooting for this review. It is worth noting that all four of the XF primes’ weight is lighter than the 18-55mm zoom. In the pictures below, all taken from the same location, we have expressed the vision of each of the current XF series primes.
Fujifilm X-E1 - A Retro Camera That Inspires (Part 4)
The X-E1 equipped with a diversified aperture zoom lens limits the ability to control the background blur in the specific focal lengths when compared with quicker fixed aperture lens, but the XF18-55mm F2. 8-4 lens still manifests fine out-of-focus characteristics, and pleasant bokeh.
Fujifilm X-E1 - A Retro Camera That Inspires (Part 3)
The Fujifilm X-E1 is fairly close in design to the X-Pro1; with the lack of the optical viewfinder and combined mode switching are the most obvious differences. The panels on the top and front are made from magnesium alloy, and rotating buttons machined from metal, but a minor setback in the structure is that the rear panel is made from plastic sheet.
Fujifilm X-E1 - A Retro Camera That Inspires (Part 2)
The XE-1 uses the same X-Trans sensor, which means using a non-standard filter template in front of the sensor. As a result, according to Fujifilm, it is the minimum susceptibility to color moiré, which allows the company to dispense with the anti-aliasing filter used by the other cameras.
 
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