Category Archives: Reviews

Quite ambitious-Samsung Galaxy S5


Tweet The most awaited premium Smartphone is fi nally here aft er a long wait, and it packs some exciting photographic features as the buzz goes. Th e goodies include a spruced up camera with a 16-megapixel CMOS sensor, octa-core processor, fi ngerprint recognition, and a weathersealed body. Let us…

Pocket Snapper – LG G2


Tweet Android Smartphones look almost the same when it comes to user-friendliness and customisation options, diff ering only in hardware and interface. The LG G2 is touted as one of the best Android Smartphones available in the market, and it houses many desirable features in a sleek and trendy body….

Canon PowerShot S200 – Back to Basics?


Tweet Canon’s feature-filled premium compacts have been very successful, and the PowerShot S110 was no exception. Though many users can misjudge the 10.1-megapixel S200 as the successor to the S110 with its higher price tag, it is in reality, a strippeddown version of the S110 with a couple of features…



Tweet Talk about miniaturization! The Panasonic Lumix DMC-GM1, which may be launched soon in India, is the smallest interchangeable lens mirrorless compact camera that we have ever reviewed! The body is smaller than the palm of an average adult man. Though there could be some compromises in functionality due to…

Life in the Jungle: Memoirs of a Forester


Tweet A lifetime in the forests of the Indian subcontinent is hard to compile into one coffee table book, and retired IFS officer M. N. Jaykumar’s photographs and anecdotes intend to do just that. Apart from being a nature and wildlife enthusiast, the author is also an avid photographer. A…