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I want to buy tripod for traveling purpose and I think carbon fiber is prefect for traveling purpose due to its lightweight. Have heard about proaim carbon fiber tripod stand of 75 mm bowl head with fluid head.
I like these two device looks... Read more →
I'm more practical. I bought the lightest, smallest, and frankly - the best DSLR I could find. And I have access to the lenses I could need.
I'm still learning, and apparently my camera "Isn't great, but isn't bad, in the dark".
I'm trying to figure out what the point on non-zoom lenses are. I see there's a $99 50mm "pancake" lens... does anyone know why...
This was a picture I took with a Sony A7. (Ta Phrom Temple in Cambodia)
And so was this. (Overlooking Hong Kong)
I just returned from 3 weeks gallivanting through Southeast Asia that featured hanging out with elephants, drinking tasty beverages, and eating my way through various exotic cuisine, amongst other things.
In addition to all of this, I also was lucky enough to... Read more →
So we're looking at digital cameras, but we have a requirement. See, we're having a kid, I run my own business, and she's starting a new job. We are not blessed with an abundance of time, and frankly we're not even that interested in becoming photography... Read more →
This sad puppy at 1920 x 1080 resolution feels the same way I do that I can't transfer 1080p video from my RX100 to my iPad.
The RX100 M1 and M2 both recorded 1080p video, however Sony decided to encode video in their AVCHD format. This meant that if I recorded video on the go at true 1080p, then I wouldn't be able to import or edit it on my iPad (iOS doesn't support AVCHD).
In order to get video to record in a format that the iPad could read (e.g., MP4), the RX100... Read more →
On July 16, 2010, Instagram co-founder Kevin Systrom took a picture of a golden retriever at a Baja, CA taco stand, with a guest appearance by his girlfriend's foot. This was the very first "Instagram" ever taken. Today, Instagram users have shared over 20,000,000,000 photos to date and each day, 60,000,000 more are added.
Our first "real" Instagram (we're @Engadget on there, by the way) ... Read more →