Tag: cameras

New contest from Canada’s Fotobounce: win a Canon or Nikon camera

Fotobounce, the ground-breaking, free Canadian solution for digital photo management, has announced a contest that will help you increase the quality and reach of your photo collection.

Organize your photos using Fotobounce 3.0, build your network of contacts, and you could win a cool new camera that will give you even better results!

Review: Samsung’s NX10 shoots for the prosumer camera market

Review by Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

What quickly sets the Samsung NX10 apart form the other non-DSLR hybrid cameras is its full sized APS-C sensor which is identical to those found in regular DSLRs which are twice the size and weight. The APS-C is significantly bigger than the Four-Thirds Sensors found in Olympus and Panasonic’s lines.

Review: Samsung’s PL150 camera points, shoots and innovates

Review by Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Samsung’s innovated a chock-full of features on the PL150, their $249.00 point-and-shoot camera with a dual LCDs and a slew of functionality unseen anywhere else. Many of the innovations don’t just make sense; they’re downright brilliant. But a few of the ‘features’ seem unnecessary and frankly are head scratchers, is there such a thing as too much innovation on one device?

Aperture is the ultimate OS X photo management tool

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Aperture is a deep and complex program but made simple by its interface and we will need to spend a lot more time to figure out all of its functionality. Is it worth the $219? For photographers who need to catalogue and manage huge collections it will definitely do the job but remember it needs a Mac to run

Review: Canon Rebel T2i – amazing stills and video in one

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

The beauty of the T2i is clearly its versatility and ease of use. You can get the desired results in your photos without much fussing around and the camera takes great shots even in the standard presets.

Coupled with a good lens, the T2i really shines and can accomplish great images specially given its ISO threshold which works well with low light.