Previous Next 1 of 2 Canon has been the best selling interchangeable lens camera brand for more than a decade, but Sony is catching up — and just became the number-one brand of full-frame cameras in 2019. Thanks to other formats, Canon maintains the edge overall, but the race is neck and neck. The question of which company makes the better camera is no different than the Apple vs. Android debate — the answer depends on exactly who’s asking. If you’re a photographer who demands an optical viewfinder, a DSLR is the way to go — and that’s Canon’s bread and butter. But if you’re looking for the best performance in a mirrorless camera, that’s where Sony shines. Canon entered the full-frame mirrorless category in 2018 with the EOS R, but it’s still catching up to Sony in this department. In the end, it’s the little details — and what and how you shoot — that will end the tug-of-war … [Read more...] about Canon vs. Sony: Which camera brand belongs in your bag?
Sony Cyber-shot RX10 IV Score Details DT Editors' Choice “Sony's Cyber-shot RX10 IV will make you a believer in all-in-one cameras.” Very high-quality stills and movies 25x telephoto Zeiss lens Eye AF function is outstanding Features designed for amateur filmmaking 1-inch stacked sensor Tends to overexpose in auto mode Sony’s menus are still hard to navigate There is a segment of photographers who desire the performance of an interchangeable lens camera, but could do without the bulk from having to carry a body and lens. For that reason, “bridge” cameras were created. They provide DSLR-like attributes, such as different shooting modes and longer lenses than compact cameras, but in all-in-one bodies that are smaller than DSLRs. The problem with many of these bridge cameras is that they use the same technologies found in point-and-shoots, so you weren’t getting any improvements in … [Read more...] about Sony Cyber-shot RX10 IV review
Como toda lista, esta puede generar polémica, tener ausencias imperdonables y no estar completa. En un ejercicio más por intentar resumir lo que pasó en los últimos 10 años en materia de telefonía móvil, te presentamos algunos de los que –consideramos– fueron los teléfonos más icónicos de la década que ya acaba. Destacan los nacimientos de series o familias ahora relevantes, como Galaxy S, Galaxy Note, Moto Z, Google Pixel y LG G. Casi nada. Google Nexus (desde 2010 hasta 2015) Antes de que Google decidiera ir por su cuenta en el mundo de la telefonía móvil con sus propios celulares, a partir del inicio de la década, desarrolló toda una familia de smartphones junto con otros fabricantes, como LG, HTC, Motorola y Huawei. La gran promesa con estos era tener un dispositivo “limpio” en cuanto a software y que recibieran primero las actualizaciones de Android. Se podría decir que esta … [Read more...] about Recordamos los teléfonos más icónicos de la década
similar cleansing of the Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain site, the Kojima Productions logo is now conspicuously absent from the website for Silent Hills, the highly-anticipated revival of Konami’s classic survival horror franchise. The disappearing logo has stirred up fears that Hideo Kojima, creator of Metal Gear Solid and one of gaming’s most outspoken designers, is no longer tied to the project as initially announced last year. Gamespot reported the absence, linking to an archived image of the site from earlier this week, which included the Kojima Productions logo on the bottom left corner. On the current site the Fox Engine logo sits alone now in that same location. When Gamespot reached out for a status update on Silent Hills, what studio is developing it, and whether Kojima is still involved, Konami issued a cagey response: “Konami has switched from a studio-based to a headquarters-based organization, so [Kojima … [Read more...] about Kojima Productions logo removed from