Cooler Master HAF Stacker 935: Lego chassis

Cooler Master HAF Stacker 935: Lego chassis

Large chassis have become a rarity in our offices. The reasons for that are few, but the main “culprit” is the advent of mobile devices in computer market. The number of hardware enthusiasts who handp...

HTC One Max: HTC in the world of phablets

HTC One Max: HTC in the world of phablets

After the excellent HTC One, it was logical for HTC to sail into waters of large smartphones. As was the case with Sony Xperia Z and Z Ultra, HTC One Max is, basically, an enlarged HTC One, although t...

ASUS Rampage IV Black Edition: Intended for the overclocking elite

ASUS Rampage IV Black Edition: Intended for the overclocking elite

As soon as some time passes without ASUS giving their competition a “homework”, we can safely expect an avalanche of exclusive products. This time it's the new motherboard which will make most of over...

Gigabyte GA-X79-UP4: Friends forever

Gigabyte GA-X79-UP4: Friends forever

The best motherboard doesn’t necessarily have to be the one that has the most of everything, simply because some of us don’t use a great number of capabilities that a device has. True, we would all pr...

Sony Xperia Z Ultra: Smartphone with the biggest screen

Sony Xperia Z Ultra: Smartphone with the biggest screen

Only two years ago, when Samsung started a new trend of producing smartphones with big screens with the Note model, everybody thought that nobody wanted to use a phone that big and that concept doesn’...

ASUS RAIDR Express SSD: Beating records at all costs

ASUS RAIDR Express SSD: Beating records at all costs

Sometimes, it’s not possible to make the fastest device of a certain kind in the most elegant ways. Simply, it requires breaching the borders of the comfortable, so the result of the desire to reach t...

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Nikon Coolpix A: DSLR Miniaturization

Let’s take a moment and reminisce about the era of compact point & shoot cameras and the years when the only relevant number was the amount of megapixels and when only some of the enthusiasts cared about the size of the optic zoom. It was definitely a simpler time, when the only job of the marketing department was to present one of these numbers as visible as possible.
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Canon EOS M: Almost great

After a long wait, considering that Canon announced their first CSC camera a long time ago, we’ve received Canon EOS M for testing. Considering that all of the big names in the world of camera production presented their own visions of CSC cameras, Canon had a lot of time to get to know their competition and to place a unique product on the market.
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Nikon D5200: New generation for semi-professionals

After the development of high-end models during the start of the last year, Nikon spent the other half of the year (and the beginning of 2013.) developing new entry and mid-level models. New generation of presented models consists of the D3200 model at the lower-entry level, D5200 at the mid-entry level, and D7100 model in high-entry level. The models have a much greater number of megapixels, presenting new and specific 24-megapixels sensors for each model.
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Samsung Galaxy Camera: It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s…

“The best camera is the one that’s with you”, goes the well-known motto of a famous smartphone and compact camera manufacturer, while Facebook and Instagram users would likely add “…and the one that enables me to easily show the photos to the rest of the world”. Manufacturers and satisfied users will likely confirm these allegations by saying that their smartphone photos are “good enough” for showing to friends either on the phone display or on the PC, and that it’s much more important to have good connectivity and ease of use than actual photo quality. Of course, camera manufacturers are well aware of this trend, which is why there’s a clear tendency towards minimisation and integration of wireless technologies into digital cameras, as well as an ever wider spectrum of software postprocessing, in order to make editing and sharing easier and more attractive.

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Samsung EX2F: The heir of EX-series

Samsung EX2F is the second model in the EX camera series, targeting advanced users who require excellent performance in the compact camera packaging. EX2F has inherited some of its predecessor’s qualities, bringing a BSI-CMOS sensor with a resolution of 12.7 MP, an improved fast objective with a maximum blend opening of f/1.4 and a 3.3x optical zoom (24-80 mm equivalent), ISO sensitivity of 80 to 12800, full HD video recording, a large articulated AMOLED display and Wi-Fi, all inside its magnesium alloy casing.
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Olympus E-PL5: Street photographer

Like all Olympus Pen models up to now, E-PL5 has that retro spirit reflected in the right angles, curved edges and simple black finish, with no extraordinary details (except for the silver logo surface). Even if you use the camera without the changeable grip, the only details on the front mask are the Olympus logo, ring and button for objective release.
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Summer Camera Roundup

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As is tradition, InsideHW is trying once again to aid you in the chase for the new camera to carry along during the summer holidays. It’s all but easy to opt for a particular model that would suit you perfectly. This is almost never the case anyway, but we’ll do our best to try and help you make a good choice, so that you end up with a model adequate for your creative and technical requirements. This time, however, we chose not to split cameras into categories depending on price or class. Simply enough, the cameras we’re presenting are those that will get the most exposure on retail shelves and be the easiest to obtain. That isn’t to say that we haven’t got the ground covered; we tested both the more accessible and the more expensive and advanced models, so that everyone can make an easy choice, regardless of requirements and current financial standing.

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Camera Roundup: Nine Best in Sub €250 Range

ImageThe holidays are drawing to an end. The lucky individuals have already used up their vacation days and travelled to their favourite tourist destinations. Some are largely preparing for an off-season summer holiday, whereas some won’t be able to go anywhere this year. What does it take to have a good summer vacation? Most often, only good mood and good company. Everything else somehow falls into place by itself. Yet there is a thingy that isn’t to be omitted unless you want your holiday to fade into oblivion quickly… You’ve guessed it, your camera - that magical device that serves to digitally capture all those unrepeatable moments so that you can afterwards remind yourself of them all. As there’s a plethora of models out there on the market, in all possible price ranges, the decision as to which camera to buy is far from a simple one. We’ve opted to have a look at the cross-section of the market in the 100-250 Euro price range. Expensive cameras were out of the question… After all, some money has to be spared for going out, doesn’t it? We’ve sorted the test according to the price sub-range, and we’re starting with the cheapest (or as marketing sections would put it, “most accessible”) model.

 

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Olympus PEN E-PL1: Positive Development of the PEN Concept

Olympus_PEN_E-PL1_intro2.jpgImageThe increasingly large Micro Four Thirds (Micro 4/3) camera community has received a new representative. After the surfacing of the first Olympus PEN E-P1 model last year and PEN E-P2 camera a few months ago, the latest model, titled PEN E-PL1, has been released. May we remind you that Olympus is not the only manufacturer that’s opted for Micro 4/3 camera development. Panasonic was the first to unveil a Micro 4/3 camera, along with two additional ones later on.

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Samsung NX10: Samsung in the DSLR world

Samsung_NX10_intro2.jpgImageSamsung NX-10 is the latest model in the market segment of compact digital cameras with exchangeable objectives, and as such represents the rivalling standard to the Micro Four Thirds (Micro 4/3) standard backed by Olympus and Panasonic. Unlike their competition’s open standard, Samsung decided to develop their own format, along with the new NX objective cradle which allows for APS-C CMOS sensors to be used, same in surface as the lower-class DSLR sensors and much larger than MFT ones. With its 14.6 MP and large surface, this camera promises better image quality (especially at higher ISO values).

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