• July 11, 2016

Fujifilm X-T2, the new mirrorless camera with improved AF and 4K video

Fujifilm X-T2, that’s the name of the new mirrorless camera that the brand has presented, although we won’t be seeing it in display until the beginning of September.

Following the same artistic design of the Fujifilm X-T1, the new Fujifilm X-T2 camera includes greater improvements inside. It equips the same 24,3p X-Trans III sensor and the same X-Processor Pro found in the Fujifilm X-Pro2, the ability to record 4K video has been added for the first time in a Fujifilm X camera, a faster Autofocus thanks to the improvement of algorithms, and the AF-C also counts with customizable settings for extra precision in the focus of objects under continuous movement.

Almost 200 photographers from around the world, some of them brand ambassadors and others not, including 5 Chinese photographers were trying out the prototype model of the Fujifilm X-T2 for a while as it made easier their opinion of the model for the brand with the purpose of improving the product as much as possible. They all mentioned in our exposition of how satisfied they were with the new camera and how surprised they were with the new Autofocus system that is included in the camera. We’ll give you a firsthand opinion in the following days.


  • July 5, 2016

SanDisk creates the fastest 256 GB microSD of the world

Western Digital Corporation, under their trademark SanDisk, has announced the launch of two new 256 GB micro SD memory cards, including the new SanDisk Extreme micro SDXC UHS-I, currently the fastest one in the market since its reading and writing speed reaches respectively the 100 and 90 MB/s.


Video cameras capable of recording at 4K resolution are already available for sale, and to be able to manage that amount of resolution, a memory card is necessary to provide enough bandwidth for the huge flow of data that this resolution require, and on the other hand to dispose a large storage capacity to save these. The new SanDisk memory cards provide both of these things.


  • July 3, 2016

Best Monitor for Photo Editing and Photography (July 2016)

If you are a digital photographer, you will need a computer and a monitor to see your photos in order to evaluate or retouch them. And if you want a job well done, as often happens in photography, you can’t use just any monitor, you have to choose with care.

Best Monitor for Photo Editing

This may mean knowing how to decipher mysterious new acronyms and compare technical characteristics that seem to be made to be understood only by an engineer.

Of course you can find monitors that are extremely costly, designed for professionals with deeper pockets. But luckily there are affordable alternatives that are, in any case, a leap in quality when compared to the monitor based on a laptop or a desktop computer.


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Correction. The Asus PA249Q is the lower resolution, but listed at a higher resolution. Sorry

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  • June 24, 2016

Best Gaming Laptop under 1000 Dollars 2016

What should a gaming laptop have?

There are some minimum requirements a gaming laptop must have. Minimum requirements that are undoubtedly marked by the investment capacity. However, I think there are some basic factors to know that we are buying a gaming laptop and that it’ll properly fulfill its task.

The first is definitely the screen. We all would like to have a very powerful laptop in a small size, but if we want to make a small investment and have a minimum of adequate size to play, I think the size should be a minimum of 15.6”. The screen must have a resolution of 1920×1080 points, an IPS panel and no brightness filter, flat is better.

The processor should be a powerful version, not low-voltage processors and have a minimum of 4 cores, with or without Hyper threading, and actual working frequencies above 3GHz. RAM must be at least of 8GB or it must be easily upgradable. The PCs we present today meet this feature, but it is important to keep in mind. To have expandable memory is something that we always end up longing for, something you always want to do and having this possibility is becoming increasingly rare and therefore, more important.


  • June 23, 2016

AOC AGON AG271QG, new gaming Monitor with NVIDIA G-SYNC

AOC has announced their new monitor AGON AG271QG a model for gamers, based in a IPS-AHVA model, with 2.650 x 1.440 resolution pixels and 27 inches diagonal. The IPS panel reaches a 165Hz updating frequency and 4ms in answer time from gray to gray. The vision angles have 178 degrees in vertical and horizontal, its dynamic contrast is 50.000.000:1 and the maximum brightness that its backlight LED is 350 cd/m2.


This monitor comes in hand with NVIDIA G-SYNC technology to synchronize its variable refresh rate with the FPS generated by the graphic in a way that all the problems derived from the bad synchronization, such as tearing, are avoided.

Regarding its connectivity it has DisplayPort and HDMI port, in addition to rapid charging USB ports.

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  • June 23, 2016

Superstitions about SLR Lenses

As we evolve in this little world of Reflex photography, the way in which we conceive objectives and lenses is constantly changing. Along our journey, many times, we adopt many wrong, erroneous and baseless ideas related with the objectives. Here, there are some of them. Please, make sure you don’t fall for any of these superstitions.

Does Size Matter?

At the beginning of our photographic life, when we finish landing in the "SLR" world, we believe that the best lens is the biggest and longest one, the one with greater range and greater zoom. We’ve all been through this typical moment in which we have seen a professional photographer walk around with a SLR with an 200mm or 600mm telephoto and we have stayed open-mouthed, thinking "How lucky, I wish I had one as big as that".


  • June 14, 2016

Fotor vs Canva – Designated Photography Platform vs Tried and True Designer



With so many online graphic designers and imaging platforms, how do you find the one which is perfect for you? In this review, we are going to check out two very different online graphics designers and imaging platforms, determining their strengths and weaknesses relative to the unique requirements of the internet savvy designer and personal user.

Fotor vs Canva

To begin, let’s look at the heavyweight of this comparative review, Canva. Considered by many to be the ‘designer’s choice’, Canva’s polished HTML5 based interface and large number of templates bring a new level of control to the average user. The addition to these templates, Canva also provides a huge number of example templates, which can be directly used making ‘designing from scratch’ completely unnecessary. Keep in mind, while these pre-set designs look great, they are not necessarily free – something we will cover later in the review. Like the pre-set templates, Canva also provides loads of unique overlays and customizable clip art. While not always aesthetically pleasing, these additions cover a wide range of themes, providing loads of designing options and styles. In short, creating fantastic looking social media covers and other designs is easy with Canva, so what does its rival, Fotor, bring to the table?

Beginning its journey as a simple photo editing suite and HDR emulator, Fotor has grown significantly since its 2012 launch. Now with an extensive design feature, an international photographic competition platform and comprehensive utility functions, Fotor’s strengths lie in its dynamic nature. From a design perspective, Fotor lacks the ability to directly format and print your creations – this can be overlooked however, by the extensive editing and customization options built into the platform. While Canva has refined the ‘designing experience’ by highlighting certain features and limiting options, at times, Fotor can seem daunting in its sheer number of editing options and content. With all of the ‘bells and whistles’ you would a photo editor to have, Fotor also has a few interesting features under its belt, including a world leading HDR algorithm. Combining these elements brings a great deal of power to the fingertips of the average user, making Fotor a powerful contender to the ‘graphic designer’ throne.


  • June 11, 2016

New Pentax K-70, prepared for ISO 102.400 outdoor working

Pentax has announced the launch of a new model of photographic camera, namely the Pentax K-70 which is the first device of this brand with a hybrid focusing approach and which is launched to the market using as a hook its high level of sensitivity as it is able for ISO 102.400 functioning.

Pentax K-70

The Pentax K-70 is a camera designed to work outdoors and so it´s prepared to withstand inclement weather as it can operate up to 10 degrees below zero and it´s sealed to make it waterproof and dustproof. The device comes equipped with an APS-C sensor of 24 megapixels. It´s capable of shooting sequences of 6 images per second.

Regarding the video, the manufacturer has not seen fit to make the jump to the 4K technology. The camera is capable of recording at a Full HD resolution up to 60 frames per second and also has the capacity to apply over the moving image a system of continuous autofocus for moving subjects.


  • May 25, 2016

Canon launches the first AF lens with a built-in Macro Lite flash

Canon has introduced a new lens, which is characterized by being the first AF lens in the world with built-in Macro Lite flash, allowing the photographer to enjoy unprecedented macro capabilities. It’s called the Canon EF-M 28 mm f/3.5 Macro IS STM .

AF lens


This lens presents a large increase in zoom capacity, since this lens captures images at actual size and incorporates the Super Macro mode with an increase of 1, 2 x. Apart from that, it makes possible to focus a subject with a distance of only 13 mm apart. This way, it is possible to focus pretty much everything from a plate of food to the details of a flower in spring, or capture more complex details.


  • May 11, 2016

Samsung C27F591FDU Gaming Monitor, with 1800R curvature and FreeSync

Samsung is undoubtedly the foremost specialist on curved monitors on the market, and not in vain were they the pioneers in terms of these. The company is not stopping, and they have now announced a new addition to its catalogue, the new Samsung 27-inch C27F591FDU with an 1800R curvature.

Samsung C27F591FDU

The C27F591FDU is a monitor that will come in the middle of the Samsung catalogue range, because the manufacturer has specified its price will be $350 upon release (it is now available in the United States and will reach Europe in mid-June). This panel will have Full HD resolution (1920 x 1080 pixels) with a static contrast of 3000:1 and a maximum brightness of 250 cd/m2.

While its refresh rate is the standard 60 Hz, the C27F591FDU is compatible with AMD’s FreeSync technology, which allows this rate to be adaptive, between 48 and 72 Hz, and controlled by the graphics card (if you look closely when using FreeSync, the refresh rate will rise from 60 to 72 Hz maximum). It is therefore a monitor designed for Gaming, but while the panel is VA, it has a fairly high response time of 4 ms GtG.


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