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”

Canon EOS 7D Mark II Review – God of the Wind

When Canon announced their EOS 7D Mark II, it was greeted with much fanfare. How would Canon improve upon their best APS-C DSLR? Would the much coveted dual-pixel autofocus system from the 70D find its way to it? How would it perform in high-speed scenarios? To find out, I decided to call Canon up and ask them for a review unit. Continue reading “Canon EOS 7D Mark II Review – God of the Wind”

To fly or to teleport? – how digital cameras have transformed photography

Written by: Guest writer Tan Qi

Photography is an art that transcends time. Amazingly, a camera has the ability to freeze and capture a moment and somehow make it last. Sometimes a lifetime, maybe even longer. A photograph is like a vivid memory that can be shared, and that never fades. Over generations, great photographers have captured stunningly beautiful photographs, still widely appreciated and marveled at to this day; while others have captured painful ones that serve as checkpoints and lessons in our lives. For instance, the Napalm girl photo by Huynh Cong ‘Nick’ in 1972 during the Vietnam war still holds immense significance today. Continue reading “To fly or to teleport? – how digital cameras have transformed photography”