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Written on: 31/08/2015 by Apocalypse_barbie (1 review written)
I'm short a better spec camera than the go-pro when tested in the 'field'. The Go Pro has a slightly wider vision field but the Xiaomi beats it in every other test. Sony Lens and Ambarella i7 processor give this sharp and more colourful pictures. I purchased this new for £59. The under water housing means you can then use Go Pro housing if desired. For £100 I bought enough kit to take this diving, put on my motorcycle or car dash. I was worried it would be cheaply made and unreliable… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/02/2015 by cstew1503 (1 review written)
When I decided to take the plunge and upgrade from crop frame to full frame cameras, there were only really two choices for me at the time, the 6D or the 5D Mk3. Price ruled out the 5D, so the choice was clear. I don't regret it for a second, sure the 5D Mk3 is a great camera, one of Canon's best, but it costs a £1000 more than the 6D, £1000 that can be spent elsewhere, on lenses for example. The camera itself is pretty much a "budget" 5D Mk3, I like to think of it as almost a 5D Mk2.5, it… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/02/2015 by tonyeden (1 review written)
I have used the earlier version, the HS10, for a few years but the HS50EXR is a big step up. The camera is so fast, staggeringly fast even when taking photos in RAW format (or JPG plus RAW) or using the flash. The manual focus barrel on the zoom lens is one of its important features but there are so many good - and relevant - features that make this a truly versatile bridge camera. I was considering the Canon equivalent; that is a smaller and lighter camera but the manual zoom, speed, general… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/06/2015 by JosieVanhorn (5 reviews written)
The QX10 is remarkably compact. It measures just 1.2 by 2.5 inches (HD) and weighs a mere 3.2 ounces.The module is small enough that you could still slide it into a larger pocket when attached to your phone.I love the idea of this lens-style camera, but I cannot see it replacing my other cameras. This is why I would be happy to spend $250 for the QX10, but can’t see myself splurging for the QX100. For someone who only wants to carry around their smartphone for high quality images, the QX100… Read Full Review
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