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Canon IXUS 140 Camera - Great Color Reproduction
Canon IXUS 140 digital camera is a Wi-Fi built-in model allowing for transferring contents to iOS and Android devices or uploading image to Facebook and other socials… The device is equipped with 8x optical zoom and 16MP image sensor, for a price of $420
Nikon Coolpix S5200 Camera - 10fps Continuous Shooting Mode
Nikon Coolpix S5200 is a Wi-Fi integrated camera featuring 16MP CMOS BSI sensor and 6x optical zoom. The device also supports full HD 1080p recording with stereo sound. The model comes in colors: silver-white, black, red, blue and plum. RRP is $273.5.
Canon EOS 6D - Affordable Full-Frame DSLR (Part 9)
Canon EOS 6D is a well-designed full-frame digital SLR and has the ability to provide a clear update options for those who want to leave an APS-C model to a full-frame DSLR.
Canon EOS 6D - Affordable Full-Frame DSLR (Part 8)
The following images are taken by a Canon EOS 6D with 24-105mm f4L IS USM lens. All the images are taken by the Program auto mode unless otherwise indicated. EOS 6D is set at the best quality 20-Megapixel resolution with Auto White Balance.
Canon EOS 6D - Affordable Full-Frame DSLR (Part 7)
EOS 6D can shoot continuously up-to-4.5 frame/second. With a UHS-1 card it’s able to shoot a huge amount of good 1250 Large JPEGS – most cases seems to be infinity – and if you make RAW shot you will run out of buffer and the camera will stop after 17 frames.
Canon EOS 6D - Affordable Full-Frame DSLR (Part 6)
When you set the camera configuration to connect by this way, EOS utility boosts automatically. As for smartphone app, you need the camera at Live View mode for previewing, but you can also move in and out of the live view mode and continue blind shooting with all speed and lowlight advantages of phrase-defined AF of 6D
Canon EOS 6D - Affordable Full-Frame DSLR (Part 5)
EOS 6D is an easy-to-carry camera. Personally I like the camera figure and see that the control layout is logical and visually reasonable. The menu system is easy to control; one of the strong points of Canon is that it rarely place many items on a page of menu rather than what you can read without having to scroll down, making it very easy to move inside the screen to look for the thing you want.
Canon EOS 6D - Affordable Full-Frame DSLR (Part 4)
Like all former and latter Canon DSLRs including 60D and 5D Mark III, EOS 6D can record 1,080p HD videos at 30, 25 and 24fps. If you want 50 or 60p you will need to pass 720p resolution and there’s also a 640x480 mode at 50 or 60fps.
Canon EOS 6D - Affordable Full-Frame DSLR (Part 3)
EOS 6D shows up only as a body, with EF 24-105mm f4 L IS USM or 24-70mm f4L IS USM. I check it with the former; 24-105mm provides a 4.3x magnification, which is quite suitable for the ability of shooting portrait and landscape of 6D. Like an “L” model, the lens is designed and structured according to the highest standard of Canon.
Canon EOS 6D - Affordable Full-Frame DSLR (Part 2)
On the right of 6D is a single SD slot, compatible with SD, HC and XC which includes UHS-1. This is something surprised if you think 6D should, as the other full-frame DSLRs that provide dual slot. Therefore, Canon has been damaged for the benefit of being compact and affordable, as for me, it’s a right choice.
Canon EOS 6D - Affordable Full-Frame DSLR (Part 1)
EOS 6D of Canon is an affordable full-frame DSLR. It’s located EOS 60D (and in some aspect, EOS 7D), providing a step in the process of reaching full-frame photography for users of the APS-C midrange and semiprofessional models of Canon. It also has the ability to provide as a reasonable-pricing back-up body for the owners of EOS 5D Mark III.
Canon EOS 100D And 700D DSLR Comparison
Although the new Canon EOS 100D is more compact than the 700D, it shares many common specifications as the 700D, so we thought it would be good to show the differences between the two 18-megapixel Digital SLR series.
Samsung 45mm f/1.8 NX i-Function Lens
The telephoto lens for Samsung NX cameras provides a viewing angle lens that is equivalent to the 70mm one on a 35mm camera. It plays with a fast aperture of maximum f/1.8 and costs $354.
Samsung WB250F – A Camera With Built-In Wi-Fi (Part 2)
At low noise of ISO 100, 200 and 400, photos remain sharp. ISO 800 is noisy enough to make images become slightly softer. Some details are lost at ISO 1600, with relatively poor image quality at ISO 3200.
Samsung WB250F – A Camera With Built-In Wi-Fi (Part 1)
Samsung Wb250f is proud of its built-in Wi-Fi, a 3-inch touch screen and an 18x optical zoom. With the ability to easily share pictures and an extremely versatile magnifying lens, it is an ideal camera for traveling. It comes with a white, black, blue and red colors at about $307.
Devolo dLAN LiveCam Starter Kit
The snag with most security cameras is that you need a source of power, and you also need a means to access them across a network. You can use PoE (Power Over Ethernet), but that still means running network cables through the fabric of your home or office.
Samsung NX1000 Camera Review (Part 2)
Manual focusing with NX1000 is an interesting experience. When rotating the focus ring, the system will enlarge the frame to the maximum at the focused point (this feature can be disabled). This helps user to rotate to the right focused point more easily rather than making on-screen adjustments and specially comes handy when performing with large-aperture lenses plus low DOF.
Samsung NX1000 Camera Review (Part 1)
Samsung NX1000 was released by the end of 2012. This is the model that has the most appealing price among the three NX models (including NX210 and NX20 whose prices are $1,000 and $1,250, respectively). At the price range around $850, NX1000 will directly rival Sony NEX-3 as well as Canon EOS M.
Sigma 35mm f1.4 EX HSM Lens Review (Part 2)
Sigma’s 35mm f1.4 EX is extremely sharp wide; it has been the sharpest 35mm lens we've seen. Despite its wide focus, it reaches the sweet spot in between f5.6 and then becomes reduced.
Sigma 35mm f1.4 EX HSM Lens Review (Part 1)
We have completed our first impression on the Sigma 35mm f1.4 EX, and the lens moved me so much that I now have turned to the Sigma. We spent much more time than other reviewers for a suitable reason. First of all, we had to send the lens to Sigma to ensure it was well modified.
Samyang 85mm f1.4 Telephoto Lens Review (Part 3)
Independently considering, the Samyang 85mm f1.4 provides very good results. The quality is quite soft in the middle and shows some color fringing with wide aperture but then is improved at f4 and when at f8 it looks very sturdy. Meanwhile, at the corners, the quality looks good, even with the wide aperture, although oddly, the chromatic aberrations become more visible when the aperture narrows down.
Samyang 85mm f1.4 Telephoto Lens Review (Part 2)
The D800e is installed with the basic ISO sensitivity of 100 and the lens focuses on the center of the layout, using the Live View exaggerated support.
Samyang 85mm f1.4 Telephoto Lens Review (Part 1)
Samyang 85mm f1.4 is a short telephoto lens at a reasonable price with a light focal ratio ideal for portraits. Just as the other Samyang lenses, you have to manually focus it, but coming with a much lower price than other similar lenses from major camera companies.
The Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ200 - Zooming In To Goodness
Every bridge camera looks and feels like an entry level DSLR, but most have that excellent zooming power that the entry level DSLR will not. So, here we are with the Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ200 with a 12.1 MOS Sensor and 24x Optical Zoom.
Samsung Galaxy Camera - An Android Compact 21X Shooter (Part 4)
This device is honestly hard to evaluate. On one hand, if we have to purchase $500 just for this kind of camera, we would rather spend it on a sophisticated mirrorless model which offers better image quality. If we need a cheap compact one, we would choose Samsung WB850F, which has the same Wi-Fi connection, lens and sensor as Galaxy Camera, with the half price.
Samsung Galaxy Camera - An Android Compact 21X Shooter (Part 3)
The overall effect is that you might feel more creative and connected to the photography, to the point as what Samsung advertised about a “new visual communication era”. It is so hard to explain, but it is strange and interesting to watch everybody’s Instagram pictures on a powerfully equipped device for photographing without any other hardware or file transfer interference.
Samsung Galaxy Camera - An Android Compact 21X Shooter (Part 2)
If eliminating all of these expensive elements, we will have the WB850F, which owns the similar 21x zoom lens and 1/2.33-inch sensor, and whose price is just around $260 now on Amazon. This simple fact reveals most of what we need to know: the image quality of Galaxy Camera will conflict with its price of $500.
Samsung Galaxy Camera - An Android Compact 21X Shooter (Part 1)
There is no interrogation or objection for Samsung representatives at IFA, but honestly, the silent atmosphere at the introduction seminar of the Galaxy Camera was just for politeness. It was inevitable that most journalists at the seminar were there mainly to see the Galaxy Note II, which was surely a hot spot of the show.
Fujifilm XF1 - The Stylish Shooter
The XF 1 also has the ability to capture RAW images that can easily be processed with the tools provided on the CD available in the box. There is also a quirky '3D' mode that saves files in a proprietary .MPO file format. There are also fun modes including 6 "Advanced filters" with 11 patterns and 5 "Film simulation modes" to while your time away.
Nikon 1 V2 - 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.
Solve Problems With Digital Cameras
If you’ve ever used photo-editing software, you probably already know how to deal with minor image issues such as red-eye. But what if the problem lies with your digital camera itself?
Select & Install A Surveillance System
Homes and small businesses have just as much need for physical security as their warehouse and data center counterparts. But smaller organizations may not have the on-staff expertise or budget for a high-end security deployment. If this sounds like your situation, don’t worry.
Cameras - The Biggest Improvements In Years (Part 2)
Image-quality scores in the Ratings aren’t’ comparable with those for basic cameras. Prices include the lens listed. Without a lens, the camera usually costs $100 less. Except for C2 lenses for all SLR-like and SLR models have a maximum aperture of f/3.5. For more SLR lenses, see the Ratings on the facing page.
Cameras - The Biggest Improvements In Years (Part 1)
This season promises the biggest improvements to cameras in years. Responding to the challenge of smart phones, camera makers have boosted performance, added previously high-priced technologies to less costly models, and taken a cue from mobile devices by adding connectivity and friendlier user interfaces.
Buying Guide: Mid-Price Flashguns (Part 2) : Nissin D1866 Mark Ii, Sigma EF-610 DG Super, Sunpak PZ42X
Sunpak’s PZ42X is the lightest and cheapest flashgun in this round-up. The flash head can be tilted upwards by 45°, 60°, 75° and 90rt and rotated by up to 180°; however unlike all of its rivals here, there’s no white card to bounce flash and the diffuser at the front is extremely small.
Buying Guide: Mid-Price Flashguns (Part 1) : Canon 430 EX II, METZ 52 AF-1, NIKON SB-700
Designed to offer an ideal balance between power and portability, the 430 EX II offers a Guide Number of 43 at 105mm that’s equivalent to a Guide Number of 32 at 35mm. With a power zoom coverage of 24-105mm, it sports a 14mm wide-panel diffuser to make it suitable for a wide range of shooting situations.
Advanced Compacts - Pocket Power House (Part 4) - Sony Cyber-Shot RX100
The RX10D not only boasts the highest-resolution sensor here, but also the largest. Its 20.2MP resolution should in theory allow for more detail and better enlargements, although being the second lightest on test may give it a disadvantage with regards to steady handholding.
Advanced Compacts - Pocket Power House (Part 3) : Panasonic LUMIX LX7, Samsung Smart Camera EX2F
The fifth iteration in Panasonic's popular LX series, the LX7 maintains the same 10.1MP resolution and 24-90mm lens of its LX5 predecessor, but at f/1.4-2.3 the lens is now brighter while the 3in LCD screen sees its resolution boosted to 920k dots.
Advanced Compacts - Pocket Power House (Part 2) : Nikon COOLPIX P7700, Olympus XZ-2
Olympus’s XZ-2 is one of three models on test to have a display which can be adjusted to a variety of positions, although here it's over a hinge rather than the more flexible side pivot. It’s the only model to boast touchscreen operation, although it retains a range of physical controls for those not wishing to operate the camera in this way.
Advanced Compacts - Pocket Power House (Part 1) : Canon Powershot G15, Fujifilm XF1
The G15 is the only camera on test to offer a viewfinder of any kind (here, an optical type), and it also manages to offer a bright f/1.8 aperture at the wide angle end of its image stabilized 28-140mm lens, which drops to a still-respectable f/2.8 at the telephoto extreme.
 
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