Sony Introduces α7 III with new Sensor

Sony Electronics has announced the Alpha 7 III, a full-frame mirrorless camera offering a new 24.2MP back-illuminated Exmor R CMOS image sensor. The new sensor promises increased sensitivity, outstanding resolution and an 15 stops of dynamic range at low sensitivities. The α7 III also features AF coverage of 93%, fast shooting at up to 10 fps with either mechanical shutter or silent shooting, and 4K video capability. “With the new α7 III, we have taken many of our newest and most advanced i … Continue Reading



InFocus Vision 3 (2)

Infocus Vision 3

Full screen displays are the new trend in the market and budget smartphone maker InFocus launched the Vision 3, probably a first in sub-10k smartphones with a full screen display. The smartphone features a 5.7-inch full vision screen providing 18:9 … Continue Reading

onePlus 5T

OnePlus 5T

Full screen displays seem to be the order of the day, along with face unlock, and it seems that OnePlus sensed this quite early. Never a brand to back off, they have gone ahead and upgraded their flagship, the OnePlus 5, with the latest features. … Continue Reading


GoPro Hero6 Black

GoPro recently unveiled their flagship Hero6 Black. The device looks exactly like the Hero5 Black, except for a new logo on the power/mode button and the model name written at one side. In fact, if you hold and operate both the devices together, you … Continue Reading



If I Were You – August 2017

Our Imaging Expert No one can take a picture that everyone likes. But, almost every picture can have scope of improvement. Often, we are not our best critics, while others can immediately point out the faults. In If I were you, our expert comments on … Continue Reading


Image Editing – Part 9: Sharpening

‘Sharpening’ is a part of the digital workflow that is often least understood or mis-understood. Most beginners (and some advanced workers too) tend to over-sharpen their images. But first, let us understand why we need to sharpen our images; after al … Continue Reading


Depth of Field & Hyperfocal Setting

Depth of Field (DoF) refers to the zone of acceptable sharpness in our picture. Let’s take that a bit further. When you focus your lens (any lens) at any given distance, technically speaking, only that point (and all points along that same plane – pl … Continue Reading