Canon EOS M10 Review: Pocket-sized shooter

What if you had your DSLR? What if you kept it’s sensor size at APS-C? And what if this camera was the size of the palm of your hand? Sounds too good to be true? Well, it’s not, as we discovered. Read on to find out how we felt about the bite-sized Canon interchangeable-lens camera!  Continue reading “Canon EOS M10 Review: Pocket-sized shooter”

Hands-on with the LG G5 in Singapore: First Look

Full disclosure: LG brought us to KT’s Grill, gave us a Universal Studios ticket, and let us loose inside with the G5.

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OPPO F1 Review: Formula One Selfie Shooter

The OPPO F1 is OPPO’s new response to the #selfie trend right now. With ASUS coming up with the ZenFone Selfie and Samsung with the J5 and J7, will the F1 be able to fight on par with these giants? We think so. OPPO may be relatively new in the Singaporean market, but it has established a solid reputation here. Out of all the android smartphones, it has one of the best all-rounded performances and a camera that captures light and colours that most phones in it’s price range can’t.  Continue reading “OPPO F1 Review: Formula One Selfie Shooter”

Meet J Rental Centre — an ‘Airbnb’, but for cameras

So you’re a student. Or just don’t have a lot of money lying around. However you’ve got a photography project to fulfill — something that needs better equipment than you already have. So, you fire up Google and search for a camera and lens rental business. Thing is, you live a good 2 hours away, the prices are far too much, and the collection and/or return timings for the equipment just don’t suit your schedule. Continue reading “Meet J Rental Centre — an ‘Airbnb’, but for cameras”