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Whether you have an entry-level digital SLR camera or a more advanced model, there’s one constant truth: you can always buy a better lens.
Canon has spent years making incremental improvements to its DSLR line’s video features, yet it’s been ages since we’ve seen a major step forward in functionality. While the 60D added some nice touches, its successor, the EOS 70D, makes one very specific leap towards excellence.
As the sub-$1000, beginner DSLR camera’s utility has been gradually been replaced by the rise of mirrorless cameras, the just-over $US1000 DSLR market remains an area where camera companies are hoping to reign in more advanced and even professional users. With that in mind, let’s take a look at Pentax’s new K-3, a completely overhauled mid-range shooter from the storied brand.
If you have a knackered old SLR lying around, game for a project and fancy adding a little quirk to your front door, why not think about creating a photography themed peephole?
This font, called Phone Streak, might not be the most practical typeface in the world, but it was probably the most fun to create — because it was put together by capturing long exposures of an iPhone being swept through the air.
Remember when it was the Samsung CEO said that the company would put Android on its DSLR cameras? Turns out that’s happening quicker than you think.
Back in April we learned that Zoom had a successor to the popular H4N audio recorder in the making. Details were slim, but it certainly looked promising. Well, now we have the full low-down on the new device.