Avid photographers, take note. Sony’s What’s Your View campaign is offering the A6000 mirrorless camera and a grand prize of a US$3,000 travel voucher to the best photographer. Don’t worry, if you’re in need of idea or motivation, the Key Opinion Leaders (KOLs) are here to guide you.
Remember the perfume bottle-like selfie camera that Sony showed off last year? Well, if you think that Sony will never bring it to Malaysia, you’re wrong. The Cyber-shot DSC-KW11 is now available for preorder at Sony Malaysia’s website.
The iPhone 6 Plus is without a doubt one of the best smartphone cameras out in the market right now. The new iSight camera features 1.5-micron pixel, f/2.2 aperture, Focus Pixel, Optical Image Stabilisation and such, and touts the ability to capture some really good pictures and videos.
In theory, everything sounds great, but how will the camera perform in challenging situations, such as being strapped onto a drone and flown up to the sky to film a video? According to the Flying Camera Company, it looks pretty amazing.
As teased, Kodak (yes, the camera brand) has just taken the curtains off its first ever smartphone – the Kodak IM5, at the on-going CES 2015. Made by Bullitt, a company that specialises in rugged phones, the IM5 runs on Android, and the main focus of the device lies on the camera.
Perhaps the most surprising new product of all during ASUS’ CES 2015 press conference earlier today is the ASUS ZenFone Zoom. Made for photography-oriented users, you might be able to guess its purpose right away thanks to the huge camera module at the back…which bears an uncanny resemblance to the Nokia Lumia 1020. However, interestingly enough, there is no gigantic camera sensor inside the device.
It’s no surprise that people buys followers and likes on the social network, Instagram recently started an “Instagram Rapture”, whereby the Facebook-owned company deletes millions of fake accounts on its photo-sharing service, the result? Millions and millions of “followers” lost, resulting in many angry teens and celebrities.
September not only saw the launch of Samsung’s excellent Galaxy Note 4. Less than two weeks after the end of IFA 2014, Samsung made a pretty big appearance at Photokina 2014 where it introduced its first prosumer smart camera called the NX1. Sporting a mouthful of exciting features, the NX1 has just been officially announced in Malaysia.
Excited about the Sony A7 II that was announced last month? Well, Sony Malaysia has just opened up its preorders for the camera, allowing you to get it from RM5,299 (body only), all the way up to RM9,399 (A7 II with Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar T* FE 24-70mm F4 Za OSS and HVL-F32M), all preorders will also come with freebies.