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Go-faster Telephoto Lenses Group Test (Part 1)
This is one of the oldest lenses in Canon’s current line-up but it still has lots to offer. Dust and moisture seals testify to the professional build quality, although the lens lacks the rubber ring fitted on the mounting plate that’s featured on the f/2.8 IS and f/4 IS versions of Canon’s 70-200mm lenses.
Top 15 Cameras Over 15 Years (Part 3) - Point and Shoot
The dark horse of the list, the Samsung Galaxy Camera 2 gives you the abilities of a very capable imaging device, with all the conveniences of the full Android operating system, and all its tricks and connectivity options.
Top 15 Cameras Over 15 Years (Part 2) - Compact mirrorless
Another amazingly small entry to this list of compact mirrorless cameras is the Lumix GM1. Launched just last year, this handsomely-designed camera comes decked in a faux-leather exterior that is a solid throwback to the compact film cameras of old. The GM1 is by no means a dinosaur, however.
Top 15 Cameras Over 15 Years (Part 1) - DSLRs
The Pentax K-30 is one of those cameras. This strong mid-level DSLR is ready for adventure, with a 16.3MP sensor with a special protective coating that keeps the sensor safe from the kinds of hazards the outside world can present.
Top 15 Home Appliances Over 15 Years (Part 1) - Televisions
In the TV technology race, Samsung laid its claim to the world’s first Curved Ultra HD TV. Its 3840x2160 screen resolution offers four times the pixels of full-HD for greater picture clarity and detail, while the gentle curve of the screen makes for a more immersive viewing experience.
Panasonic Flagship Camcorder HC-W850 Review
One of the first things you'll notice about the W850 is that it has a secondary camera. This secondary camera can swivel 180 degrees and can be used to record a unique picture-in-picture video. The secondary window will be able to record either the person behind the camera or to his/her left.
Tips For Buying Second-Hand Kit (Part 2)
A hotshoe is the small metal slot that can be found on top of many cameras. If you are buying a camera that has a hotshoe, check to make sure that it is fully functional, as it can get burnt out over time if it has been well used.
Tips For Buying Second-Hand Kit (Part 1)
Although the latest camera models come with great new technology and impressive specifications, they often have very large price tags too. However, if a new release is a little out of your reach, don’t despair.
Nikon D3500 Digital SLR Camera (Part 2)
The camera makes videos in Full HD mode with 1920x1080 pixels and with up to 50/60 frames per second in progressive mode. It offers a lot of movie modes with different frame and data rates. It is possible to use NTSC frame rates between 29.97 frames per second and 60 frames per second and PAL frame rates with 25 and 50 frames per second.
Nikon D5300 Digital SLR Camera (Part 1)
The D5300 uses a display with a 3:2 aspect ratio, which shows the whole sensor image without black borders or frames. Compared to the Nikon D5200, the LCD screen is also larger, at 3.2”, and has a very high resolution of 1.04 million RGB dots. The monitor is fully articulated and makes for very comfortable shooting.
Lap Test – Samsung NX30_April 2014
It was not too long ago when we thoroughly enjoyed testing the Samsung NX20, so it was our pleasure to get the chance to experience the NX30 recently. Like its predecessor back then, the NX30 is currently the top dog of Samsung's mirrorless interchangeable-lens camera line, harnessing all the advanced features the Korean company could come up with.
Olympus Stylus 1 - The Pied Piper (Part 3)
The Olympus Stylus 1 did not produce any darkening of corners even at 28mm with the lens wide open, which is very good. The lens produced slight barrel distortion up to 55mm equivalent focal length. Auto White Balance performed reasonably well under most lighting conditions and any cast produced could be easily corrected in post-processing.
Olympus Stylus 1 - The Pied Piper (Part 2)
The camera has a built-in flash and accepts compatible external flashguns via the accessory shoe (hot shoe). Flash intensity is controlled by TTL Auto, Auto, and Manual methods.
Olympus Stylus 1 - The Pied Piper (Part 1)
The Olympus Stylus 1 boasts a 12-megapixel 1/1.7-inch Type sensor, Raw format capture, constant maximum aperture of f/2.8, 10x zoom, and built-in Wi-Fi.
Olympus Pen E-PL5 - April 2014
Rather than sticking with the 12.3MP Live MOS sensor found in the earlier generation of PEN CSCs, the E-PL5 features the same 16.1MP Live MOS sensor as Olympus's flagship OM-D E-M5, along with the its TruePic VI processor too.
Nikon 1 J3 – April 2014
The sensor measures 13.2 x 8.8mm, and has a 160-6400 ISO range. While this isn't the most expansive ISO spread for a CSC of its kind, most situations should fall within this range.
New Camera For You – Nikon 1 AW1
When used with the dedicated waterproof lenses (featuring rubber seals and protective glass), the Nikon 1 AW1 makes a fantastic diving companion, allowing photographers to take the plunge without being restricted by underwater housing.
Phase One IQ250, Hasselblad H5D-50c - Medium-format Media Systems: Bigger Gets Better
In the film era, medium-format photography was considered 35mm’s clumsy cousin, trading a bulkier camera and slower operation for substantial gains in image quality.
Fujifilm X-M1 – Review April 2014
The Fujifilm X-M1 is equipped with the manufacturer's own 16.3MP APS-C X-Trans CMOS sensor, which is also used in the X-Pro 1 and X-E1. The chip is teamed up with Fujifilm's latest EXR Processor II and produces a sensitivity range of 200-6400. This can be expanded to an equivalent of 100- 25,600, however this is for JPEG only.
Fujifilm X-T1 : Good To Go
Action shooters will enjoy the X-T1’s continuous drive of 8 frames per second for up to 47 JPEGs (23 in RAW) before the buffer fills; in slower 3 fps mode, bursts can continue until the memory card is full.
Fujifilm X-A1 – Review April 2014
The Fujifilm X-A1 offers a way for those on a tighter budget to break into the company's now legendarily popular X-series. The camera comes with a retail price of £499, which offers a serious discount on popular stablemates like the X-Pro1.
Canon Powershot SX510 HS – The Family-Friendly Bridge With A Mighty Zoom
The SX510 HS has a 30x optical zoom, which is great for getting in close. These retain the clarity, as they use the glass inside them to magnify the subject rather than cutting into pixels like a digital zoom does, resulting in lower quality images.
Camera Develop Your Skills – Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX7
The GX7 has lots of scene modes that let beginners take great images without knowing all the settings to use, but there are also plenty of features to grow into. There is also a wide range of lenses you can buy depending on your shooting style.
A Pocketable Camera – FUJIFILM XQ1
The XQ1 lets you wirelessly transfer images to your smartphone or PC, which is incredibly easy to set up compared to some we’ve tried. You can’t control the camera from your smartphone though, an ability many of its competitors feature.
Canon PowerShot S200 - Back To Basics (Part 2)
We received a glossy white unit of the S200, which has a slippery grip compared to the matte black S110 we reviewed last year, which offers a firm grip. Canon has provided a plastic thumb rest on the back panel, which provides some grip. The interface and menu are intuitive and so are the buttons.
Canon PowerShot S200 - Back To Basics (Part 1)
Canon’s feature-filled premium compacts have been very successful, and the PowerShot S110 was no exception. Though many users can misjudge the 10.1-megapixel S200 as the successor to the S110 with its higher price tag, it is in reality, a stripped- down version of the S110 with a couple of features left out. Here is our take on this small compact.
Canon EF-S 55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS II - Up One More Step
The Canon EF-S 55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS II lens is constructed with tough polycarbonate material. The lens has the same dimensions of its predecessor and features an AF/MF switch and Image Stabiliser switch on its outer barrel. It has a wider zoom ring and narrower focus ring, both featuring rubber grips.
Mighty Impressive Canon Legria HF G30
The Legria HF G30 takes things up a notch, packing 3.09 megapixels in a slightly larger 1/2.84-inch sensor. It’s equipped with a 20x optical zoom lens, supports AVCHD 2 (which means 1080/50p recording is now possible), and a maximum MP4 bitrate of 35Mbps.
For Now We See Through a DSLT, Darkly Sony Alpha 58
The Alpha 58 is Sony’s entry-level DSLT (Single-Lens Translucent) camera. Sony’s proprietary SLT technology brings with it certain advantages and disadvantages, which could work for or against you depending on how the viewfinder is used.
Canon EOS 70D: Improvements A Plenty
Canon’s EOS 60D may be a little over three years old now but it is still highly regarded as one of the best mid-range SLRs for enthusiasts due to its ability to produce stunning images and myriad of features. However, for those who are looking to get upgrade their aging shooter to one with newer features and technology, then the EOS70D is the natural way to go as it outdoes its predecessor in many ways.
Olympus Stylus SZ-15 Digital Camera With 24x Optical Zoom And 3-Inch LCD
The 24x zoom in the Olympus SZ-15 is the biggest available from a pocket-sized camera. It’s a little chunky at 40mm from the front of the lens to the screen, but this gives room for a handgrip that allows comfortable one-handed operation.
Fujifilm X-S1 - As Big And As Expensive As An SLR
The X-S1 is bigger than most consumer SLRs. This isn’t without good reason, though. Its sensor has twice the surface area of the 1/2.3in sensors used in most other ultrazoom cameras. That bodes well for image quality, but also means lens size must be scaled up accordingly.
Sony NEX-6 Mirrorless Camera Review (Part 16)
The noise levels are basically the same as the NEX-5N’s; the camera uses the same 16MP CMOS sensor. At higher sensitivities this sensor is easy to pull ahead the Micro Four Thirds-based Panasonic GX1, though the Fujifilm E-X1 has the most detail and less noise compared with four cameras rendered above.
Sony NEX-6 Mirrorless Camera Review (Part 17)
While it does not break a lot of new matters, the Sony Alpha NEX-6 offers two features that E-mount enthusiasts have requested: a mode wheel dial, and an ISO standard hot shoe. Plus the beautiful OLED electronic viewfinder from the NEX-7 and Hybrid AF System and Wi-Fi features from the NEX-5R to Sony’s actually impressive offerings, and you've got a relatively appealing product.
Sony NEX-6 Mirrorless Camera Review (Part 15)
Our Dynamic Range measurement system is related to shooting a calibrated Stouffer Step Wedge (a total of 13 stops in the range) which a backlight is using a daylight balanced lamp (98CRI). A single shooting will generate a gray scale range from cropping white point down to black of the camera (example given below).
Sony NEX-6 Mirrorless Camera Review (Part 14)
JPEG output files of the NEX-6 is optimized for the appropriately sized prints and viewing on the web. In other words, everything looks nice when printed, and not relatively better than when viewed at 100%. You will particularly take notice this in the areas of low contrast, such as grass or hair, which may appear blurry.
Sony NEX-6 Mirrorless Camera Review (Part 13)
Image Data Converter 4, the RAW converter is shipped with the NEX-6, which is relatively simple when compared to most of the third party product packages but nevertheless provides all of the useful conversion parameters and is easy to use.
Sony NEX-6 Mirrorless Camera Review (Part 12)
The NEX-6 provides an integrated flash; something is missing from the NEX-5R (but is now getting more popular in the NEX lineup since it is more mature). Like all of the mirrorless cameras, the built-in flash of the NEX-6 will not win any awards for its performance. With a guide number of 6 meters at ISO 100, the flash is the best appropriate for capturing objects in the vicinity.
Sony NEX-6 Mirrorless Camera Review (Part 11)
Sony pioneered the Sweep Panorama feature in 2009 with the Cyber ​​- shot DSC-HX1 ultra zoom. That feature can be found not only in all of the Sony cameras, but also on most of their rivals these days.
Sony NEX-6 Mirrorless Camera Review (Part 10)
The two completely new features are Wi-Fi and Hybrid AF; both of these functions have been discussed in detail on the previous pages. On the next two pages, we will quickly go through the other remarkable aspects of the feature suite of the NEX-6.
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