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Mar 29

The Sony CyberShot DSC-HX50V, an ideal travel camera

My wife will be off on a trip soon and she wanted a camera to bring with her. “What’s wrong with the camera on your phone?” I asked. “It’s slow (to focus), the pictures don’t always come out good, I can’t take pictures indoors and its flash isn’t very good.” “Ok, take my D7000.” “What?!? …

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Oct 08

Bali and its scenes

  Bali… The mere mention of the name typically has me imagining beaches and the sea. It’s been on my wife’s “to visit” list forever and we finally made it there with the kids in tow along with my Mum. Not exactly your romantic getaway, but a getaway nonetheless. Before going there, I had a …

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Sep 21

Nikon 1 AW1 review roundup

The Nikon 1 AW1 is the world’sĀ first shockproof, waterproof, interchangeable-lens digital camera. In addtion to that, it is also freezeproof. Imagine taking the AW1 straight under water with no housing. Amazing right? This camera does indeed need no case or housing. The camera is waterproof up to 15m, not very deep when it comes to …

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Sep 07

Digital Negatives (DNG)

Like most amateur photographers, I started out with capturing my images with just JPEG. It does the job, it captures the image. However, JPEGs can be considered a final output. While there is alot that can be done to an image on JPEG, a raw file allows you to do more. A raw file is …

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Sep 02

Nikon D7100 review roundup (updated 2 Sep 2013)

Announced earlier this year, the Nikon D7100 can be seen as an incremental update to the D7000, improving on an already successful formula. Key differences are the 24 megapixel sensor, improved video recording and 51 focus points. There are other subtle changes as well, such as the shape of the grip and shutter button’s angle …

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