Category : Cameras

About this stabbing machine

Thank you for joining me, ladies, gentlemen. Researchers have created a “stabbing machine,” with which they intend to “simulate stabbing events,” with the further intention of getting to the heart of knife-related crimes. Now, I don’t have a problem with…

No Comments / 21 View / April 7, 2017

THE BEST CAMERAS FOR VLOGGERS / VLOGGING 2017

WHAT IS VLOGGING? Vlogging is something that’s really taken over the internet over the last few years with websites such as Youtube receiving thousands of uploads a day of people sharing their lives and reviewing products via vlogs. For those…

No Comments / 31 View / February 23, 2017

Here Are Apple’s Top Apps And Games Of 2016

Apple’s App Store gurus have decided on their favourite apps and games that came out in 2016. Here they are — and strangely enough, they’re not the most downloaded apps like Pokemon Go or Facetune. Some of these aren’t surprising…

No Comments / 49 View / December 17, 2016

DXO One review

As good as smartphone cameras are, the phones’ slim bodies and comparatively small sensors are always going to limit their image quality, particularly in low light. One alternative is to make a separate camera that connects to your phone, such…

No Comments / 563 View / March 5, 2016

Canon G9 X review

The Canon G9 X is part of a growing trend for compact cameras with 1in sensors and wide-aperture lenses. Together, the sensor size and lens aperture dictate how much light is captured, and this is the single biggest factor for…

No Comments / 711 View / March 4, 2016

SONY A7R II REVIEW

Possibly the most discussed, written about, and argued-over camera in recent memory, the Sony A7R Mark II is causing quite a stir. Sony has been outdoing itself with every new variant of the A7-series, but with the A7R II, it’s…

No Comments / 643 View / November 12, 2015

The 250-megapixel camera? Canon’s on it

Canon has developed a digital camera sensor containing 250 million pixels, giving rise to the prospect of massive bump in DSLR resolutions. The APS-H sensor – which is a halfway house between the APS-C sensors found in consumer cameras and…

No Comments / 418 View / September 8, 2015

Fujifilm X-T10 review

Fujifilm has successfully established its X Mount compact system cameras (CSCs) as a luxury brand. Their retro designs with lots of tactile controls are just the thing to woo keen photographers, and their superb sensors that excel for low noise…

No Comments / 514 View / September 3, 2015

Canon EOS M3 review

Canon was a late starter in the compact system camera (CSC) market, debuting with the Canon EOS M in 2012. It was essentially the guts of a Canon EOS 650D stuffed into a compact body – not a bad concept,…

No Comments / 540 View / August 12, 2015

Panasonic GX8 review

Panasonic’s Lumix G range of Micro Four Thirds-based CSCs is well established, garnering award after award from us over the years, it’s undeniably a mature camera system but Panasonic isn’t happy to sit on it laurels – as this new…

No Comments / 112 View / August 11, 2015