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Nikon Announces D610 – New Full Frame Body
Nikon Australia have just announced the D610 body. Essentially an upgrade to the year-old D600, the new body offers an upgraded shutter in an economical full frame body. This will be a camera well suited to those who already understand how to use a camera, and who want to get the best quality images from their photography. Key features of the D610 include High speed continuous shooting at 6 FPS Quiet Continuous Shutter Release mode Improved Auto White Balance Control System to produce true-to-life colours in photographs Compact and lightweight full-frame DSLR, weighing approximately 760 grams 24.3-megapixel FX-format CMOS sensor...
Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Review
For the last couple of months, I’ve been very fortunate to have been using the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 mobile phone. I was very impressed with the original Galaxy Note last year, and its successor does not disappoint. This phone comes with Android 4.1 (jelly Bean) installed. First of all – and let’s not beat about the bush – this is a big phone. With a crisp and clear 5.5inch screen, the phone itself measures 80.5 x 151.1 x 9.4 mm. Despite this formidable size, it still fits very comfortably in my pocket. And to be perfectly honest, I do...
Gary Stark, on his bike. A very rare sight
Installing The Magellan Cyclo 100
Before you can use the Magellan Cyclo 100, it needs to be installed onto your bike. This is a very easy task, and the Cyclo 100 comes with everything that you need to complete this task. The “everything” means that there’s a mount that you install onto the bike using a couple of cable ties. There are two mounts, and you choose the one with the correct profile to fit the tubing for your bike. You thread the cable ties through the mount, and secure the mount to the bike by tightening the cable ties. The Cyclo 100 twist-mounts onto...
Wirelessly and automatically save, organise and share photos and videos with Eye-Fi
Sydney, Australia, 29 May 2012: Eye-Fi, the maker of the world’s first wireless SDHC memory card, has today announced the Australian launch of its wireless X2 series. Featuring built-in WiFi, Eye-Fi memory cards simplify photo and video upload, sharing, organisation and back-up. An Eye-Fi card is used like a regular SDHC card to store photos and videos. However, the built-in WiFi connects the camera to the user’s smartphone, tablet or computer. Photos and videos are instantly uploaded from the camera to device as they are taken Eye-Fi provides both native apps (iOS, Android, desktop for Mac/Windows) and a web app...
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