Category Archives: Reviews

A Great Upgrade!-NIKON D810

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Tweet The Nikon D800E was the D810 in June 2014. While both are 36 megapixel, and both are without the anti-aliasing filter (the D800E does have a variation of optical low-pass fi lter), the D810 comes with a new imaging sensor and EXPEED 4 image processor (the D800E has the…

Gearing up for Challenge-BenQ PG2401 PT

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Tweet Pofessional graphic monitors are a class apart, and most of them are so specialised that the brand names are rarely heard outside this small professional world. Graphic-specifi c monitors can produce a wide gamut of colours and can be calibrated accurately using specialised calibration hardware. BenQ PG2401 PT joins…

CAMERA BATTERIES AND CHARGERS

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Tweet It’s needless to say that cameras cannot function without batteries and chargers. Alkaline batteries, Lithium batteries and rechargeable batteries are usually used in cameras. Rechargeable batteries can be Nickel Metal-Hydride (NiMH) or Lithium Ion (Li-Ion). It is also important to see whether you have the right charger. For example,…

LAPTOPS, MOBILES, TABLETS AND ACCESSORIES

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Tweet A good laptop is an essential part of digital photography, especially for organizing your work and for those who are interested in editing and post-processing. Laptops are a link between your camera and the Internet. They are portable and facilitate sharing and uploading. This digital age has converted everyone…

STORAGE DEVICES

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Tweet Storage devices have made vast advancements. It is becoming increasingly easier to save more multimedia on tiny storage drives that store large amounts of data. With a competitive market for the highest read, write and transfer speeds, it is no longer necessary to spend long periods of time transferring…