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Fujifilm X-E1 - A Retro Camera That Inspires (Part 1)
The X-E1 is an essential thinner version of the X-Pro1, with the large, expensive and complicated hybrid viewfinder that was replaced by a totally-electronic viewfinder. However, not any old EVF - it uses a part of 2.36M dot OLED that exceeds the specs of the X-Pro1's 1.44M dot LCD finder.
Canon EOS 6D Full-Frame DSLR - The Dark Knight
The EOS 6D is one of the smallest full-frame SLRs available and is taking on the excellent Nikon D600, which impressed us when we reviewed it last issue. At $2,473, its Canon’s most affordable full-frame SLR to date, sitting between the EOS 60S and the more expensive 5D Mark III.
LG Intuition Review - Skirts The Line Between Smartphone And Tablet (Part 1)
There is nothing unusual when the American carriers sponsor an international smartphone, make ​​some adjustments to the hardware and firmware, paste their big logos in many places and then sell it to the crowd. Verizon is no exception: the LG Intuition is an expression of the Optimus Vu.
Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 9-18mm f/4-5.6 Lens
The compact ultra-wide angle zoom lens designed for Micro Four Thirds System cameras offers an unlimited 2x zoom lens equivalent to 18-36mm on a 35mm camera. It costs about $ 675 and features a collapsible design.
Pentax MX-1 - A New Retro-Styled Compact Camera (Part 2)
The dynamic range seems to be good, and can be enhanced by using the shadow mode of the camera and outstanding adjustment options. Colors are bright and bold, and pictures with the flash show that it is vital to adjust red-eye effects in photos of our experiment.
Pentax MX-1 - A New Retro-Styled Compact Camera (Part 1)
The Pentax MX-1 is an "extremely compact" camera with a lens with a 4x f/1.8 optical zoom, a 3-inch tilting screen and slightly larger than the usual backlit CMOS sensors. The MX-1 is characterized by a classic design with a brass plate on the top and bottom with the available color combination of silver and black or entire black.
Pentax K5 II - A Fast And Elegant Prosumer DSLR
The review model came with a Pentax DA 18-135mm WR Zoom lens, which is one of the more expensive kit options. The K-5 II can be purchased as just a body, but you can also get it with more modest 18-55mm and 50-200mm lens options.
Panasonic Lumix DMC-FT5 Digital Camera Review (Part 2)
The exposure of the image is good with excellent color reproduction. The skin tones look very decent in portrait shots and there is a little red-eye effect when taking with the flash. FT5 is able to take the HDR photos, but some slight ghosting still exist in our sample shots, so in order to have the best result, use a tripod.
Panasonic Lumix DMC-FT5 Digital Camera Review (Part 1)
With the improvement in durability, the Panasonic Lumix FT5 is the updated version of the FT4. This camera also owns a new underwater white balance mode and is capable of water-resistance to 13m, shockproof to 2m and suffers the temperature as low as -10 ºC as well as dustproof.
Nikon AF Nikkor 50mm f/1.4D Lens Review
This unique 50 mm lens is bought after being popularly used, but it is still newly available with a reasonable discount for the newest version 50mm f/1.4G from Nikon. The brand new product can be priced at $360 or $228 or even less if you bought a used.
Nikon AF-S Nikkor 300mm f/2.8G ED VRI Lens
As you might expect from a super-telephoto lens aimed at the professional daily use, it highlights the features against adverse weather changes and Nikon’s Vibration Reduction II technology promises to create sharp handheld shots at maximum shutter speed. Nikon’s Nano-Crystal Coating has also been applied to the lens surface to help prevent glare and ghosting.
DSLRs For Video - Glass In Pocket
The lens that sits in front of your camera can make a massive difference to the final quality of your footage – so much so that it’s often wise to invest in glass first and technology second, especially as a decent-quality lens could easily outlast many generations of camera.
Nikon D600 Digital SLR Camera - Full-Framed Temptress
Full-frame SLRs used to be out of reach for all but the most affluent amateur photographers, but not anymore. The Nikon D600 and Canon EOS 6D both use full-frame sensors housed in more consumer-friendly camera bodies and, with prices sitting around the $2,250 mark, they’re tantalizing propositions for amateur enthusiasts and might just make the perfect backup for professionals, too.
Panasonic Lumix DMC-SZ9 - Lots Of Smart Features In A Very Small Camera
This little camera packs some impressive features into its slim metal body. The star of the show is its 10x optical zoom, which lets you frame shots more creatively than most of the 5x or smaller zooms on other compact cameras. A big zoom isn’t that unusual but it’s rare to find one in a camera that’s just 21mm thick.
Buying Guide: Tripods over $225 (Part 3) : Giottos Vitruvian VGRN 8255, Vanguard Auctus Plus 323CT, Induro CT313, Gitzo GT3541 Mountaineer
Giottos Vitruvians are those cunning folding-design tripods, where the legs hinge right up and back on themselves. Then the center column slides up in between, leaving a space just big enough for the head. The result is about 0cm knocked off the closed length, making this VGRN 8255 only 38cm (15in) long, and combined with exceptionally low weight, perfect for travelling light.
Buying Guide: Tripods over $225 (Part 2) : Vanguard ABEO 323AT, Velbon GEO E440L, Manfrotto 190CXPRO3, Manfrotto 055CXPRO3, Slik 724 CF, Giottos MTL 8261B
This is the only aluminum tripod here, and considering how tall it is, the weight is a very respectable 2.4kg. Compared to its more costly sister Vanguard, that’s one third lighter, mostly explained by swapping the heavy geared center-column mechanism for a more conventional sliding version.
Buying Guide: Tripods over $225 (Part 1)
Premium tripods start at around $225, where a whole range of top-quality options await. There’s a bit of everything here, from ultra-light to giant size, but which will make the grade?
Big Zoom Compacts: Smaller And Lighter Than A Typical Telephoto Lens (Part 2)
Easily mistakable for a DSLR with its traditional good looks, the 16-megapixel X-5 incorporates a 26x zoom lens, with a range of 22.3mm to 580mm*, and up to approximately 870mm with digital zoom enabled (at a reduced resolution of 7 megapixels).
Big Zoom Compacts: Smaller And Lighter Than A Typical Telephoto Lens (Part 1)
By contrast, the Canon PowerShot SX50 IIS featured in this article offers a 35mm-equivalent focal length of 1200mm on the telephoto end, but weighs just 1.3 pounds and measures less than five inches in its biggest dimension.
Canon EOS 6D - A Superior Camera For The Enthusiast Photographer
A common concern most photography enthusiasts have is about the difference between the APS-C and a full frame sensor, the explanation is simple enough: With the same amount of megapixels, a full frame camera is larger compared to the APS-C, so its pixels have more area and are less likely to spill electric charges.
Is It Time To Go Full Frame? (Part 2)
Canon offers 55 EF lenses, which cover full-frame sensors. These range from an 8-15mm fish eye zoom and a 14mm super-wide-angle to an 800mm super telephoto. There are also four manual-focus TS-E tilt-shift lenses and several macro lenses, including the MP-E 65mm //2.8 l-5x, as well as 1.4X and 2X teleconverters.
Is It Time To Go Full Frame? (Part 1)
Full-frame DSLRs are hot! The reasons? Well, image quality, for starters: All other things being equal, a full-frame sensor can collect more light than a smaller one, and that means a better signal-to-noise ratio.
Nikon D7100 DSLR – A Camera Providing Excellent Images (Part 3)
The Nikon D7100 provides a compelling set of features, in a well-built weather sealed body with a great looking 3.2-inch screen. An updated 51-point focus system ensures focus is rapid and reliable, with the camera responding quickly.
Nikon D7100 DSLR – A Camera Providing Excellent Images (Part 2)
The camera gives pleasing skin tones, with excellent results under our controlled lighting in the portrait shots. Color is very good, the camera delivers good levels of detail.
Nikon D7100 DSLR – A Camera Providing Excellent Images (Part 1)
The Nikon D7100 is a new DSLR camera with a 24.1-megapixel APS-C DX-format image sensor and no optical low-pass filter (OLPF or AA Filter) – this should produce sharp detailed images and the camera offers 6fps continuous shooting, 51 autofocus points, and other improvements to make it the best DX camera nowadays.
Sony Nex-5R – A Camera With Improved Performance And Focusing (Part 3)
Image and video quality, even at high ISO settings, is magnificent. The exposure of the camera is normally accurate, and we have never felt that we need to be risky to go beyond the auto white balance setting, with each shot creating accurate results.
Sony Nex-5R – A Camera With Improved Performance And Focusing (Part 2)
Sony has tried to develop the user interface without making huge changes. That still means many studies to format the card or change the focus mode, with the important adjustments only seen at the top menu level. The good news here is current NEX users will have no problem configuring the camera without using the instruction guide.
Sony Nex-5R – A Camera With Improved Performance And Focusing (Part 1)
In some terms, Sony blows NEX-F3. Arranged as a successor for the amazing C3, it replaces the thin shape of that camera with bulkier design, but sacrificing basic screen tilted function in order to the front model. The image quality is fine, but the focus speed is poor.
Fujifilm FinePix SL1000 – A 50x Optical Zoom Camera Review (Part 2)
The pictures are not dimmed in ISO 100, a little in ISO 200, with light increase but stableness in ISO 400 and 800. The sensitivity level makes pictures smooth in ISO 1,600, and be bad in ISO 3,200. In ISO 6,400 and ISO 12,800, the pictures are really dim with loss of details and decrease of resolutions in both modes.
Ilford Obscura 5x4-Pinhole Camera Review
Camera is usually considered as tight box, and browsing Obscura will show you that it has too much from a field of box design. The question is why that only makes camera be old-fashioned, or camera itself is really interesting following old fashion? Hope that I can help you understand that.
Nikon Coolpix S270 - A Slim Compact Camera
Nikon Coolpix S2700 has been introduced in Jan 2013 and it is a slim compact camera with 6x optical zoom and HD 720p video recording. It comes in colors: black, red, green, purple or pink at a price of $135.
Nikon D7100 vs Nikon D7000 DSLR
Nikon D7000 is a hi-end model featuring 16.2MP DX (APS-C) SLR digital sensor from Nikon with 6fps recording speed, magnesium body which is sealed to stand against weather, making it an ideal option for those who prefer hi-speed shooting or out-door shooting.
Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 75-300mm f/4.8-6.7 II Lens Review
This super-zoom lens is designed for Micro Four Thirds cameras offering 4x optical zoom (35mm equivalent: 150-600mm). For a lens suggesting such shooting distance, its price is reasonable at $675 though you will only receive an aperture of f/4.8-6.7.
Sony Action Cam - A Good Rugged Camera With A Few Software Wrinkles (Part 2)
Sony’s made basic operation of the Action Cam amazingly simple. As we mentioned, you simply have to press one of the side buttons to awake it up. The LCD screen might be small, but it’s enough, and always makes it clear exactly what menu you’re looking at.
Sony Action Cam - A Good Rugged Camera With A Few Software Wrinkles (Part 1)
Until now, Sony’s effort in the sports cams mainly includes handhelds such as the Bloggie Sport HD and the waterproof Handycam. However, the $200 Action Cam is an all-out adventurist, with a backpack full of tools and supplies by comparison, that frankly makes the brand’s previous attempts look like they’re barely prepared for a school field trip.
Panasonic Lumix G Vario 14-42mm f/3.5-5.6 II Lens (Part 2)
Chromatic aberration indicates the disable of concentration on the sensor or blurring all colors of the light that the same point of the lens. Severe chromatic aberration makes a noticeable fringing and a halo effect around the sharp edges that border the picture. It can be well manages thanks to editing software.
Panasonic Lumix G Vario 14-42mm f/3.5-5.6 II Lens (Part 1)
Featured with the compact design and stable optical images, this new and standard zoom lens for Micro Four Thirds cameras can cover the same area with a 28-84mm lens of a 35mm camera.
Nikon Coolpix A – An Appealing Camera For Sharp Images (Part 2)
The camera delivers bright punchy images with excellent color and detail. The camera can produce pleasing background blur when focused on subjects close to the camera, and the flash performs well, although the wide-angle isn't ideally suited to portrait photos. We will add additional photos shortly.
Nikon Coolpix A – An Appealing Camera For Sharp Images (Part 1)
The new product of Nikon, Nikon Coolpix A, belongs to the top of Nikon’s cameras and is one of those premium compacts whose numbers of produced products are limited, with an APS-C size sensor, featured by a 16.2 megapixel sensor from DX Nikon D7000 Digital SLR.
Nikon Coolpix L28 Camera - Ideal Choice For Limited Budgets
Nikon Coolpix L28 has a slim design with a 20 megapixel sensor. It also has 5x optical zoom, runs on AA batteries and is available in 4 colors: pink, red, black and silver, at a price of $122.
 
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