Archives: camera

Olympus Tg Tracker, a Sport 4K for Hostile Terrain Camera

Ultra HD video, stabilization, enhanced design, adjustable screen… Olympus made a grand entrance on the market of the Sports cameras. A new player, Olympus are the action-cam market. This well known manufacturer in the world of photography sells the TG-Tracker, a rather high-end model, sold for 350 euros. More affordable than the last GoPro Hero5 Black, but a little • Read More »


Scene Modes, Use Your Favor!

I just use the manual mode, to teach manual mode, and I’ve always been an amateur who was looking for the manual mode.


Color Camera Stand with Black and White Image Direct

Hello let’s talk a little about this subject since it is something that can happen frequently for those who are part of the area of ​​electronic security, let’s give some tips and examples because the camera that has color image gets black and white and blurry Direct.


Lg Announces Smart phone

LG Baker II will come to Brazil with another name: LG Prime II New handset from LG, LG intermediate Baker II, aimed at emerging markets, will come to Brazil as LG Prime II


Positive Bets on Smart phone Octa

Brazilian company with 1.5% share of the domestic market want to become a local leader in the coming years National manufacturer of computers and, most recently, smart phones, the Positive launched this Tuesday (24) featured more positive your Octa, octa-core processor device that runs Android 4.4. Made by MediaTek, the MT6592 of 1.4 GHz chipset • Read More »


Leroy Merlin Approves Tub Camera: Cctv Solution for Large Spaces

One of the most common problems related to monitoring carried out by security cameras (CCTV) is when there is a large space to be monitored and eventually required the use of a large amount of cameras to achieve 100% coverage of the entire area. For being a lot of equipment, this can affect the efficiency • Read More »


Infrared Ir Camera with Bad Image

The CCTV Security Camera helps us protect what we consider to be of value and which we consider to be very important for us, thinking in this way we have to take care that the camera does not present problems that is a fact, but not everyone with a security camera thinks of this form.


Your Kit Lens Is Better Than You Think

The lenses are one of the most important pieces of equipment, that your camera can possess. A good lens, well cared for, should last decades, far more than any digital camera body. That’s why professional photographers invest so much in them, maybe it’s the best investment we can do when we think about professional photography. The question • Read More »


12 Tips for Shooting Sports

When we think of shooting sports, soon comes to our mind professional sports, games, and all those amazing images that we’re used to seeing when large sporting events happen, but many photographic techniques used in these events for professional photographers, can be applied also in the game of a lifetime of your child at school, • Read More »


Introduction to Shutter Speed in Digital Photography

This article is not mine, but definitely worth reading. You who know my work know that I’ve written a book on photometry,Photometric simple – You in the control of light, where on board, in addition to other concepts for a good exposure, Aperture, and ISO speed.


10 Common Mistakes in Long-Exposure Photography

As you may have read in some of my articles, which for any photographer to make a good photo is necessary first of all to master the photometry, and among the three main parameters (speed , Aperture and ISO), the opening will probably determine 90% of your photos, that’s because in addition to being responsible for the amount • Read More »


Nikon Coolpix P900 Zoom Range

In addition to the SLR D7200 , Nikon today unveiled the Coolpix P900, a bridge with a zoom of a record range of 83x.


Samsung WB800F in the Test

Still a Megazoomer fight price: 21-fachem focal length range with good facilities, the Samsung WB800F is a classic advanced camera. The compact camera must prove themselves in the test. Size and weight of the Samsung WB800F are in the middle range of compact cameras (111 x 65 x 36 mm, approx. 220 grams), the focal • Read More »


Digital SLR Cameras The Camera For Pros

Espite a competition more and more fierce, slrs remain a reference for lovers of photography. Nevertheless, the choice is more limited since only three manufacturers (canon, nikon and pentax) still produce slr digital cameras. Considered the rolls royce of cameras, the reflex is characterized by its image quality and its reflex sight powered by a • Read More »


Huawei Honor V8 Dual Camera

The next 10 may not be addressed solely on Xiaomi, ready to announce MIUI 8 OS and the new phablet Xiaomi Max, but also out of Huawei and the unreleased (and expected) smartphone Honor V8. Today, the same Huawei wanted to anticipate one of the features that characterize the device, thereby further curiosity around the new product.


Parrot Presents New Toys for Smartphone-the People

Are you looking for outright toys for your smartphone, so you will no doubt be interested in the new from Parrot. To start with was the flying drones that could be controlled by using a smartphone, nothing but pure and simple toys. It is no longer the case, since several logistics Giants are testing them for • Read More »


Samsung Galaxy S5 Coming!

Jungle drums are so small in time. Samsung Galaxy S5 rumored launched at MWC in late February. Let’s just jump straight into it: Galaxy S5 rumored to get Samsung’s own Exynos 5430 a 8-core cpu with 64-bit architecture that gives the bottom to 16mpix camera with optical beetle destabilization (OIS). Exynos 5430 is based on ARM • Read More »


The iPhone Must Have World’s Fastest Smartphone Camera

Apple now confirms that they have bought up one-man company SnappyLabs, which is behind the world’s fastest camera app. The company behind the iPhone and iPad has now acquired an interesting little company to improve camera app for iOS. It writes our site. Better than Apple itself The company SnappyLabs, is founded and run by John Papandriopoulos • Read More »