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TomTom Bandit, a sports video camera with autoedit feature

TomTom is currently in a delicate position as a company, at least in terms of the hardware division. Smartphones have left GPS navigators out of the market, and though the company has navigation software and maps enough to survive by licensing their technology applications or selling their applications, they want …

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Nikon D4S and D610: watch the armor

The subject itself is not new, but what is new are the models that must be written down on the counterfeit Nikon Cameras list: D4S and D610. In effect: the technical services of the prized firm warns us that they are detecting an increase of these counterfeit cameras coming in …

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New v1.1.4 firmware for the Canon EOS T5i

If our dear manufactures didn’t have the maddening habit of calling the same things with different names according to the continent in question, If I were to say that a new “firmware” was just released for the Canon Rebel 5Ti, you’d immediately know that we are talking about the EOS …

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New Samyang 100mm Macro lenses

The Samyang lens brand expanded its range of lenses presenting their first macro lens for full frame sensors, more specifically the Samyang 100mm F2.8 ED UMC MACRO for photography and its counterpart version for video, the Samyang 100mm T3.1 VDSLR ED UMC MACRO.

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The Nikon 1 J5 comes with new design and 4K recording

Nikon has announced the new Nikon 1 J5, a compact camera with Nikon 1 interchangeable lenses noteworthy for its new design, and for being the first Nikon with video recording in 4K. The Nikon 1 J5 has a CX format backlit sensor (four times larger than the sensor of most …

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Nikon D7200 – A very evolved DX Format camera

Nikon presents its new D7200, perhaps the most advanced of its “DX”, with a clear nod for those who –within the APS-C options from the firm –wish to have more flexibility to record videos and good connectivity. This way, the D7200 offers NFC (Near Field Communication), Wi-Fi, 25p/30p Full HD …

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Leica: is there anyone reasonable left?

Leica Camera AG, collaborating with Lenny Kravitz (*) has perpetrated a “Correspondent” version from an honored Leica M-P. This is a limited series of 125 sets or copies of briefcases that will contain a body of the camera cited, a Summicron-M 35 mm f/2 Asph. and a Summilux-M 50 mm …

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Nikon Coolpix S33 and AW130: prepared for adventure

Thinking about novelties to enjoy our free time, Nikon has renewed their best compact cameras. Among these new Coolpix we’re going to take a look at two of them in particular. The Coolpix S33 and the Coolpix AW130. The two cameras are very robust and prepared for war, although there …

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Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark II multiplies its resolution up to 40 megapixels

An ingenious system of sensor micromovements with multiple snapshots allows an increase in resolution from 16 to 40 megapixels The Olympus OM-D cameras are an outstanding combination of performance and size within the world of DSLM Mirrorless cameras (from the Micro Four Thirds system). They’re an attractive balance between technology, …

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