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Sony launches the vlogger-friendly RX100 VII

Sony’s newest RX100 camera address a long-asked-for feature: an external mic port. The RX100 VII brings this feature along with Sony’s real-time tracking and eye autofocus systems, which were first seen in the A6400 and A9. Combining this with the flip-up screen, you have a camera built for vlogging. The RX100 VII has the same lens as last year’s model. It comes with a 24-200mm zoom lens with an f/2.8-4.5 that offers up to 8.3x optical zoom. It’s 20-megapixel 1-inch sensor has been upgraded to a stacked sensor, which uses similar technology as the full-frame version found on the A9.

The RX100 VII has a new Single Burst Shooting Drive Mode that can take still pictures up to 90fps with a single shutter press. It gives you a better chance of getting the photo you wanted. In the US, its retail price is at US$1,200 (approx. CA$1,600), and it’ll be available later in August.

Source: The Verge


First impressions of the BlackBerry KEY2

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

We now know that the BlackBerry is aiming for the KEY series of smartphone to be a line. The KEYOne was well received by keyboard fans and was an outstanding opening salvo for TCL's BlackBerry Mobile which resulted in various variants and some spec upgrades.

The BlackBerry KEY2 looks and feels like a more refined KEYOne, with marked improvements in the QWERTY keyboard department as well as a spanking new dual-camera now enabling 2X zoom and portrait mode.

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iPhone X measures up nicely against $2,000 camera in 4k video tests

The camera crew at FStoppers pitted an iPhone X against the Panasonic GH5, a professional 4K camera that's used to shoot videos and photos. Mostly a video comparison test, the video above shows the iPhone X's considerable chops as it manages to meet and even surpass some of the GH5's videos in various conditions. iPhone X output seems punchier with more colour depth and the testers also noted they were impressed with the optical image stabilization on the iPhone X, specially in tracking shots. 

Granted, the GH5 (which costs $2,000 for the body alone), does better in terms of bitrate and has more detail when your zoom in, FStoppers says that for most of the videos they make (some of which are commercial quality), the iPhone X or even older iPhone models are going to work just fine, provided the scenes are well lit. I've started to use the iPhone X more like a camera for a standalone camera review and find that it does take stunning and punchy photographs in most conditions. It's good to know the video aspect is also top notch.

Source: Daring Fireball


Review: Huawei P10

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

The most surprising smartphone of 2017 isn't made by Samsung or by Apple. It's not even the enigmatic Essential Phone or the Pixel 2.

I'm talking about the Huawei P10. This is a 5.1-inch device that's designed along the lines of the iPhone 7 (or iPhone 8). 

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