Review of the Canon EOS R full-frame mirrorless camera
For the past few years, Canon has continued to produce bulky SLR cameras while competitors have been busy selling mirrorless products. As it turned out, all this time, Canon did…

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A brief history of the camcorder
According to a legend born in the bowels of Sony, the first amateur analog video camera was created in 1980. However, the real consumer war begins in 1985, when Sony…

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Sony Alpha 7R IV test: a first look
Sony ILCE-7RM4 Feature Overview Sony Alpha 7R IV became the first serial full-frame camera to break through the psychological barrier of 50 megapixels. The camera took this height with a…

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TOP 6 BEST FIRM FIRM PRODUCERS COMPANIES

A newcomer to the photography industry, no, no, and one wonders: which camera company to choose? The market is replete with diversity, each camera is full of features, reviews on the sites are different. In this case, manufacturers’ ratings become a reliable lifesaver.

Recognized firms that have won the forefront in the market are Canon, Nikon, Sony, Panasonic. Slightly behind competitors Olympus, Samsung, Pentax, Fujifilm. Each manufacturer presents models of cameras from various classes. Each has “successful” and “not quite” models, which differ in parameters, price, and audience. Therefore, when reading reviews, do not forget to listen to the inner voice: what is the soul longing to receive? Continue reading

Popular Digital Cameras

Which brand to choose
Today, when the overall demand for digital cameras continues to grow, the shares of specific brands and models are evening out, so it’s becoming increasingly difficult to advise anything specific. Reliable data on the brands sold in Russia, of course, are not available, but according to the number of requests on the Internet in Russia, Canon digital cameras are most interested in more than 30%, then Olympus / Nikon – 15-17%, then Sony / FujiFilm – 10- 15%, then Konica-Minolta / Pentax / Samsung – less than 10% and, finally, Casio / Panasonic – about 5%. In this sense, we are closer to Europe than to America or Japan, where the statistics differ markedly from European. For example, Europeans also prefer Canon – a little less than 30%, then Nikon / Sony – about 12-15%, then Olympus – about 10%, followed by FujiFilm / Konica-Minolta / Kodak – 5-7%, then Panasonic / Pentax / Casio – about 5% and, finally, HP / Samsung – 1-2%. For some reason, Americans love Sony – more than 20%, then they have Canon – 17-19%, then Olympus / FujiFilm – about 15%, Nikon – less than 10%, Kodak / Casio – 5-7%, and finally HP – 2-3%. Continue reading

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX300
Introducing the Cyber-Shot DSC-HX300 At the end of February 2013, Sony introduced a camera that can be safely described with the words “all at once”. This Cyber-Shot DSC-HX300 is a…

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CHOOSE THE HD VIDEO CAMERA
If you decide to buy a camera by the summer, and decide that this camera must be highly accurate, then the main choice that confronts you is the choice of…

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Canon The history of development.
The company traces its history from its foundation in 1939. optical laboratory, which occupied one room on the 3rd floor of the Takikawa building in Tokyo. The laboratory was opened…

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Nikon COOLPIX 8400
Compact digital camera with an excellent wide-angle lens 24-85 mm *, a matrix of 8 million effective pixels and a wide range of additional functions. * equivalent for 35 mm…

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