The Sony Cinema Line starts with the existing Venice camera, designed for digital movie production, and the FX9, favored by documentary photographers. Both cameras are expected to see updates. The third generation of FX9 will incorporate remote control and additional lens support next year, while the Venice will see new firmware features aimed at broadcast users in November 2020. … [Read more...] about Sony teases the more approachable FX6 cinema camera
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What’s new is the autofocus processing, which now works much better in continuous mode. Subject recognition has also been greatly improved, now able to detect smaller subjects, including faces that take up just 2.5% of the frame. Added support for head-detection joins face- and eye-detection, which improves tracking for human subjects who turn away from the camera. If you’re wondering whether these improvements could be brought to the S1 cameras via firmware update, the answer is yes. That update is coming later this year. … [Read more...] about Smaller and cheaper, the full-frame Lumix S5 is exactly what Panasonic needed
Samsung Galaxy S20 – $850, was $1,000 While the Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus trumps the Galaxy S20 in terms of battery life, screen size, and camera quality, we think its 6.2-inch screen size is far more ergonomic and comfortable to hold. While a large phone is always great for watching movies, they’re too unwieldy, heavy, and nearly unpocketable. Another reason to consider buying the Galaxy S20 is it’s $250 cheaper than its bigger brother. Honestly, you’re still getting nearly the same flagship phone experience as this phone is powered by the same processor, runs with the same interface, and also offers 5G compatibility for the future. The Galaxy S20 flaunts an absolutely gorgeous Dynamic AMOLED display that’s packed with 3200 x 1440 pixels. It’s super bright, sharp, and dripping with vibrant colors. You’ll likely be surprised to know that the Galaxy S20 comes with the same set of lenses as the Galaxy S20 Plus except for the VGA time-of-flight … [Read more...] about Today’s Best Tech Deals: Apple Watch, Dell XPS 13, Microsoft Surface Pro
Jaron Schneider: I fear if I got wireless charging pads, I would still keep the lighting cables as backups to those pads. But I would have fewer of them I guess. Additionally, my keyboard and mouse both need lighting to charge. So it only eliminates possibly two cables from my bedroom. … [Read more...] about DT Debate: Why do we all have a drawer full of old chargers and other cords?
This device also offers 5G support, making it one of the cheapest phones to do so. It supports both mmWave and sub-6GHz 5G, so you should be able to get ultrafast speeds wherever your carrier offers them. This won’t be one of the cheapest 5G phones for long — manufacturers are likely to put 5G modems in more and more of their phones this year. The Google Pixel 4a 5G is set to be released sometime in the fall, and will cost only $500. … [Read more...] about Samsung Galaxy A71 5G review: Don’t call it a budget phone