Currently, if you own a DSLR and want a super-telephoto zoom lens, your cheapest options will be the Sigma 150-600mm and Tamron 150-600mm lenses. If mounted on APS-C cameras, the 1.6x crop factor yields you a 240-960mm full-frame equivalent focal range. However, those lenses alone cost over a thousand dollars each, and you don’t even get the luxury of wide shots with the lowest focal length on offer being 150mm.
Have no fear, the Canon Powershot G3X is here. It is a bridge compact camera, and it has a massive focal range of 24-600mm (that is after factoring the crop factor of approximately 2.7x). The best part is, you can get the whole camera for just S$1199 — money that would go into the above mentioned lenses alone.
Now, I don’t mean to say that anyone purchasing those lenses is foolish — in fact, the above lenses give you the versatility of DSLRs, and they undoubtedly have better optical quality. However if you’re not someone who demands DSLR versatility in every situation, or could do with a lower optical quality, then the G3X is for you. Continue reading “Canon Powershot G3X Review: Heavy duty, long-range Sniper”
As the G5’s launch drew nearer, LG veterans would have certainly been expecting a continuation of the rear-mounted volume buttons. Android veterans would certainly have been expecting a continuation of the app-drawer. Guess what, though? They’re both gone now. Continue reading “LG’s new G5 is the most innovative phone in a long time”
This Morning, a team from Twenty First Tech attended the launch event of the LG G Flex 2. It was a sizzling hot event at Koup de Tat, the top of MBS, as LG would have liked. After all, how else to market a hot curve. The LG G Flex 2 is marketed as having Hot Style, Hot Performance and Hot Solutions.
Continue reading “LG G Flex 2 – REALLY HOT CURVES”
In an effort to expand its leadership in LTE from smartphones to tablets, LG Electronics (LG) today unveiled an LTE version of the G Pad 8.0, offering blazing fast outdoor connectivity and portability for on-the-go media consumption. The LG G Pad 8.0 LTE offers the right balance of performance and price competitiveness and comes preloaded with the best of the LG G3 smartphone’s premium user experience (UX), delivering smooth multitasking capabilities and an immersive multimedia experience.
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It is no secret that while LG is a massive family-owned conglomerate, it is widely viewed as the lesser of the two South Korean giants compared to Samsung. LG only really made their mark last year in October with the G2, and now they have launched the G3 in quick succession. The G3 is a stellar device, sporting a 1440p display spread over a mammoth 5.5 inches, but as it turns out, the enhanced display ends up being its Achilles’ heel instead.
Continue reading “LG G3 Review: Pop-eye”
Unfortunately for the consumers at large, it seems that all OEMs except for Sony seem to equate a smaller chassis with inferior specs. The Samsung Galaxy S3/4/5 mini, HTC One mini, One mini 2 and LG G2 mini all have much worse specs than their larger cousins, and it seems their trend is set to continue with the G3 Beat.
Continue reading “LG launches the G3 Beat, a smaller and less powerful G3”
Rumors about Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Note 4 have been around for quite a while, most of them suggesting that the new device carries the model number SM-N910. Well, a SM-N910A is now listed over at Samsung’s website in a User Agent profile. Unsurprisingly, the profile reveals that the SM-N910A features a display with a Quad HD (1,440 x 2,560) pixel resolution.
Continue reading “Samsung SM-N910A seems to be a Galaxy Note 4 with 5.7-inch Quad HD screen”