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Sunday, July 31, 2016

Canon 1D X Mark II Review

The EOS-1D X Mark II is Canon's most up to date leader DSLR went for ace level picture takers. A brisk look uncovers the camera's 1D-arrangement legacy, yet in the engine there are some energizing redesigns going on. The 1D X II is worked around another 20.2MP full-outline CMOS sensor, now with Canon's Dual Pixel self-adjust framework, incorporates an extended 61-point self-adjust framework with 24% more scope and a 360,000-pixel RGB+IR metering sensor, and is one of the main Canon DSLRs (other than the to some degree corner 1D C) that catches 4K video. Typically, it's likewise constructed like a block and performs like a Formula 1 race auto. 

Nikon D5500 Review

The Nikon D5000 series has for quite some time been a decent decision for picture takers who needed an exceptionally capable compact DSLR that offer a larger amount of aficionado components than the D3000 arrangement that sits underneath it. Nikon's most recent model - the D5500 - proceeds with that pattern, however the contrasts amongst it and the D5300 that preceded it aren't tremendous. The D5300, presented in the fall of 2013, awed us with its picture quality, flip-out LCD, and list of capabilities. We were less enthused about its menu system and live view execution. 

So what's changed? In short, the D5500 has a smaller and lighter body with an enhanced grasp, a faster processor, touch-enabled LCD, "level" picture control, and implicit Wi-Fi. We'll see later if the company addressed a portion of the issues that we encountered with the D5300. 

Friday, July 22, 2016

Huawei P9 camera review

Right behind the LG G5, the Huawei P9 is the second gadget to dispatch in 2016 with double cameras. In any case, while on the LG the auxiliary module basically goes about as a wide-point expansion, Huawei's methodology is distinctive. In the Huawei framework, which has been co-built with German camera producer Leica, a 12MP RGB principle sensor is joined by a 12MP monochrome chip. Huawei says joining picture data from both sensors makes the P9 camera 100% more light-touchy than traditional cell phone cameras which ought to, from a certain point of view, result in prevalent low light picture quality. 

The P9 is additionally prepared to do some other double camera traps that we've seen some time recently, such as simulating shallow profundity of-field. While the camera is doubtlessly a standout amongst the most intriguing we have seen for the current year, with an octa-center chipset and unique mark peruser the non-camera details are leader commendable also. Perused our full survey to discover how the Huawei P9 performs in the hands of a portable picture taker. 

Tuesday, July 12, 2016

Olympus PEN-F Review

The first Olympus PEN-F first hit the avenues in 1963. Worked around the half-outline film group, it quickly gained a taking after on account of its delightful, yet straightforward configuration and little size. Getting 70 pictures to a move of film most likely didn't hurt, either. Presently, after 53 years the PEN-F is back. 

The computerized rebirth of the 35mm film Olympus PEN-F does not supplant the current advanced PEN leader E-P5, rather it slides in beside it as the "premium" alternative in the PEN family. The reason being that not at all like computerized PENs before it, the F has something considerably more OM-D-like: an implicit 2.36 million dab OLED electronic viewfinder. The F likewise brags the most elevated yield resolution of any Olympus body to date, gloating a 20MP Four Thirds sensor (presumably the same one we've found in the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX8). 

Wednesday, July 6, 2016

Tamron 16-300mm F3.5-6.3 Di II VC PZD Macro review

Of the various incarnations of Tamron's popular superzoom idea that we've seen throughout the last couple of decades, the most recent 16-300mm F3.5-6.3 Di II VC PZD Macro appears as though one of the greater strides forward. It offers significantly more than the incremental increment in central length that has described the greater part of its ancestors, beginning at 18-200mm with the principal adaptation for APS-C group cameras in 2005, ascending to 250mm, then 270mm, and now up to 300mm. 

This time however, the central length run likewise develops more extensive, from 18mm to 16mm (28mm to 24mm identical), conveying genuine wide-point ability to the superzoom class surprisingly. Two or three millimeters improvement over the past Tamron 18-270mm F3.5-6.3 Di II VC PZD may not seem like much, but rather it has an extremely valuable effect at short central lengths and the augmented range now sets another record with an incredible 18.8x zoom proportion. Nearest centering separation has likewise been lessened to acquire the "Full scale" assignment (regardless of the possibility that it's not really large scale in the genuine feeling of permitting 1:1 multiplication).