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Photography is meant to be fun. Sometimes, though, cameras get in the way, delivering blurry photos ruined by shaky hands or a gust of wind. The Olympus OM-D EM-1 takes away that stress with an integrated image stabiliser that works continually to make sure your photos and video are crisp and clear — regardless of the lens you’re using.
The Olympus OM-D E-M1 is a state-of-the-art compact system camera (also known as mirrorless), inheriting all of Olympus’ 77 years of expertise in crafting some of the best cameras ever made. It might look retro, but inside its shell you’ll find a host of class-leading specifications — an ultra-modern imaging sensor, super-detailed electronic viewfinder and screen, and powerful user controls.
When you’re taking a photo with your camera, you can’t always guarantee you’ll hit the shutter button at just the right time. This happens most often with group photos — with so many faces to look at, there’s a chance you’ll end up with one or more closed eyes, odd expressions or other problems with your photo. The HTC One and new HTC One mini solve these problems by making it easy to take group photos.
Australia has its new luxury smartphone. The Xperia Z1, successor to the Xperia Z, is again waterproof/dust-resistant while its gorgeous 5-inch (1080p; 441ppi ) display thrashes the iPhone — aided by Sony’s Triluminous and X-Reality Engines for superior images and video. Another must-see: The Z1’s new 20.7MP camera paired with Sony’s award-winning G-Lens, BIONZ image processing and a revamped camera interface. Take a look.
Buying a new phone is often a complicated process. You’ve got hundreds of contacts, photos, videos, music and calendar entries on your old phone, and there’s usually no easy way to get them onto your new handset. If you buy an HTC One, One Mini, or other HTC handset, you can use HTC Switch to simplify the process.
Your smartphone is the one device you always carry with you, and you use it all the time. It’s the obvious place to store all your favourite music, movies and photos. But sometimes you want to share those files with other people on a larger screen than the HTC One or new HTC One mini display — that’s where the HTC Media Link HD comes in.
If you’re out at a party, enjoying lunch with friends, or spending some quality time with your kids, using your phone camera to keep a record is a great idea. Now the Video Highlights feature on the HTC One and new HTC One mini brings all your photos and videos from an event together in one place, making it easy to share your life with whoever you want.
When you buy a phone, you want it to last. You don’t want it to get scratched or scuffed easily, and you don’t want it to break if (and when) you drop it. Thanks to its full metal body, machined from a single piece of aluminium, the HTC One and new HTC One mini will outlast and outperform its competitors where it matters.
Your smartphone camera should do more than just take photos. You want it to record every aspect of your life, and sometimes that calls for more than just a quick snapshot. The HTC One and new HTC One mini camera can turn live action into an impressive action montage photo, and can record slow-motion videos that bring out amazing detail.