The Canon 70D has finally been announced and with it, a host of new features, new capabilities, and new technology that will likely make the 70D a great camera to consider. The Nikon D7100 has dominated the APS-C segment for several months now while Canon has been somewhat silent on whether we would see a new competitor. Well, now we know what Canon has been working on during this time and it certainly looks promising. Head past the break for a full Preview of the new Canon 70D.
The Fuji X-M1 is based on many technologies already in use across the other Fuji X line of cameras. In this preview, we will take a detailed look at the new specs, how they compare to the Fuji X Pro1, X100s, and X20 to see how this camera will perform and whether or not it should be on your buy list.
Fuji has just announced the newest addition to the X family, the Fuji X-M1. Slated somewhat in between the X20, X100s, or as a mini X-E1, the X-M1 may strike the perfect balance of performance, size, and features. Take a look past the break for more information.
Awesome deal: Nikon 50mm f/1.4 - $484
Adobe Lightroom 5 has now been officially released! The software is available as a stand alone license for $149, upgrade for an existing stand alone license for $79, or free with your Adobe Creative Cloud Membership. Head past the break for more details, a first look at the new features, and my impressions on the creative cloud membership.
We take a look a the new awesome features in Lightroom 5 that will make this a must have upgrade for many people. There are some new tools from Photoshop CS6 that are now embedded into Lightroom 5 that will add some must have functionality and save editing time. This is a what's new look into my favorite new tools of Lightroom 5.
The new Eye Fi Mobi cards are out and I just received mine yesterday! I will be doing a review on the cards as well as some setup instructions so stay tuned to the website or keep an eye on our YouTube page. The Eye-Fi cards are currently available at Amazon.com. Take a look past the break for some first impressions:
Tamron’s 6 year warranty is a great claim to fame and provides much needed security to those who might be more cautious towards 3rd party lenses. However, just like the famous quote from Tommy Boy, “A guarantee is only as good as the man who writes it” and unfortunately, Tamron, has built in quite a few exceptions to its guarantee. Continue past the break for the breakdown.
Passwords are required just about everywhere you go on the web. Whether you are posting on a casual blog or accessing bank statements, a password is required. Unfortunately passwords get stolen, guessed, and hacked all too often, and most likely, it will happen to you. Thankfully, there are multiple methods you can use to reduce the chances of this occurring, and lessening the damage that occurs when if and when it does.