Camera

Review: Samsung Galaxy Note 8

Samsung’s latest flagship is here, and of course all eyes are upon it. It’s been sometime since Samsung released their S8 and S8 Plus which brought with them the infinity display and overall stunning design. More importantly, it’s now been a year since Samsung were forced to recall the Note 7 twice, and ultimately withdrawing […]...More

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Review: Samsung Galaxy Camera 2

Digital cameras aren’t being adopted as much as just a few years ago, and of course that’s due to smartphone cameras getting better and better.  This resulted in the need for a dedicated point and shoot camera becoming less and less. However, there are some advantages of having a digital camera over a smartphone camera. This […]...More

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HTC launching RE Camera: 16MP 1/3.3-inch CMOS Sensor with f/2.8 aperture and ultra-wide 146-degree lens

      HTC are getting into the handheld/action camera business. The RE camera from HTC features a 16MP 16MP 1/3.3-inch CMOS sensor with ultra-wide 146-degree lens and f/2.8 aperture. Video support includes 1080p@30fps and 720p videos @ 120fps. There is also time-lapse video recording available aswell. The design is of course aimed at being very easy […]...More

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Review: GoPro Hero3+ Black Edition

While consumer video cameras have been around for decades now, it has only been a few years since actions cameras came to the market. An action camera strips out a lot of the features compared to regular video cameras in an aim to keep their size down. The first digital GoPro action camera features were extremely […]...More

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