The Sony A7Siii Is a Dreamy Video Monster

The Sony A7Siii Is a Dreamy Video Monster

The original A7Siii was my first Sony camera. I got it when I set out to travel the country in a van because I wanted a full-frame camera that could handle photo and video in low light, because I knew I’d never carry a flash. Over the years, as I…

Optus NBN Just Got Faster

Optus NBN Just Got Faster

Optus has announced its average evening speeds on NBN 100 plans has increased, going from 80Mbps up to 90Mbps. Telstra and Optus raise their speed This news comes just a week after Telstra boldly guaranteed typical evening speeds of 100Mbps on its own NBN 100 plans. It also guaranteed 50Mbps…

Telstra is Phasing Out BPAY

Telstra is Phasing Out BPAY

If you’re a Telstra customer, your payment options will be changing in the near future. The telco is removing BPAY in favour of direct debit, but there will still be other options available. Telstra changes its payment options On Thursday, some Telstra customers were advised by that the company is…

What the Advanced Camera Controls on Your Phone Actually Mean

What the Advanced Camera Controls on Your Phone Actually Mean

A growing number of phones now come with camera apps that are packed with options and settings — all in place to help you get the perfect shot every time. While you might be content to just point-and-shoot your way around, it’s worth at least knowing what these extra features…

Adobe Now Lets You Easily Adjust Where Everyone in a Photo is Looking

Adobe Now Lets You Easily Adjust Where Everyone in a Photo is Looking

The larger the group (or the younger the subjects) the harder it is to ensure that everyone in a photo is looking in the right direction. Should they all be looking at the photographer? The camera lens? At someone else in the shot? With Photoshop Elements 2021, Adobe will let…

Watch An R/C Glider Hit 877 KM/H

Watch An R/C Glider Hit 877 KM/H

You go through this world as most of us do, believing that to eclipse the max speed of a real P-51 Mustang by more than 161 km/h with an R/C plane, you’d need to employ some form of propulsion, maybe a little turbine. But then, out of nowhere, you learn…