For video enthusiasts, Canon is pretty much the camera industry’s biggest tease. Their cameras have great colour science, great auto-focus, great image quality, good battery life, and proper fully articulating LCD displays, but if you wanted 4K video recording, you were limited to either their gigantic Cinema EOS series or the something like the 1D X.
Well, not anymore. Canon has finally brought 4K video recording to something more accessible for your average joe. Meet the Canon EOS M50. But, of course, it’s Canon, which means there’s a catch.
If you cut me, I’d probably bleed Fujifilm. I’ve been a fan of the Fujifilm X line of cameras since I saw the first X100. There’s just something about the way they look, the way you take pictures with them, the great selection of glass and the amazing photographs their X-Trans sensors can produce.
But, they aren’t without fault. Weaknesses that range from a lack of full-frame options to their sub-par video recording are issues that have plagued the lineup for the longest time. And, it wasn’t until recently that they finally built a camera with in-body image stabilisation.
All of these things have already been done, and some might argue done better, by the kings of mirrorless in the modern age: Sony. I never really bought into the hype for Sony’s cameras because their menu systems are convoluted and I’ve always felt that they lacked the “soul” of a Fujifilm camera.
Then, Sony launched the a7 III and they managed to create something that may quite literally be too good to ignore.
The latest GoPro HERO will be available in Malaysia starting tomorrow (3rd April). This is GoPro’s new budget action camera and it’s sold exclusively online via Lazada Malaysia. To add more value to your purchase, they are bundling a free GoPro Experience and Training worth RM399 while seats are available.
If you’re into sports, exciting things or just want a small durable camera that you can strap onto anything or throw anywhere, odds are you’ve heard of GoPro. This time, the king of action cameras has a new product for you but it’s not a high-end one with more features than ever.
No, it’s an entry level GoPro that’s designed for the masses called the HERO.
When a smartphone launches with arguably the most advanced camera module ever put into a production smartphone, you already know what the big question on everyone’s mind is: Is it the best? Is it noticeably better than the rest of the top dogs? Or is “variable aperture” just a fancy marketing term?
Well, we’re hoping to help you answer at least some of these questions. Welcome to the comparison you’ve been waiting for: Samsung’s latest flagship against the world.
Fujifilm X photographers, meet your new king. This is the Fujifilm X-H1 and it’s the most “serious” camera Fujifilm makes right now, setting its sights on the likes of Sony’s excellent a6500.
“The Camera. Reimagined” is the big tagline Samsung uses for their flagship Galaxy S9 and S9+. Of course, Samsung’s new flagship smartphones do come with a highly advanced camera module that we’ve never seen on a mass-produced handset before — which I guess does count as “reimagining” — but what does that actually mean? Does the Galaxy S9 actually take such incredible photos that it deserves the lofty assumptions that tend to come with a “reimagined” camera?
Well, see for yourself, as we take the Galaxy S9 on a quick tour of Barcelona before we left for our flight home.
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The Galaxy S9/S9+ launch is just right around the corner and Samsung has dropped a couple of teaser videos for their upcoming flagship smartphone. From the original invite, imaging will be its key focus as it aims to reimagine the camera and to redefine the way you share your moments.
If you’re wondering what it has to offer, check out the teaser videos after the break.
Fujifilm Malaysia just launched their version of a selfie expert. No, it’s not a smartphone, obviously. It’s a camera. The successor of their previous mirrorless camera for the selfie generation, the X-A3. This is the Fujifilm X-A5. Don’t ask me what happened to 4, we don’t talk about that.
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When the Nokia 8 was introduced, many had expected it to be a serious photography contender. It had dual 13MP f/2.0 cameras at the rear with ZEISS optics which shoots in both colour and monochrome.
The Nokia flagship had just completed its evaluation at DxoMark and its scores were pretty disappointing. It’s so low that it is even ranked 5 points lower than the iPhone 6 that has a single 8MP f/2.2 camera.