Friday, 2 Mar 2012
Besides the 5D Mark III, Canon has also announced three new EF lenses and a host of new EOS accessories. The EF24-70mm f/2.8 II USM is the upgrade to the staple 24-70mm, while the EF24mm f/2.8 IS USM and EF28mm f/2.8 IS USM are wide-angle prime lenses with image stabilization.
Canon has announced the new 5D Mark III DSLR camera, the successor to the three-year old 5D Mark II. The 5D Mark III sports a brand new, 22.3MP full-frame sensor and the Digic 5+ processor which is 17 times faster than the Digic 4 processor. Native ISO sensitivity and frames per second shooting speeds have both been increased.
These camcorders feature advanced technologies and functions including (but not limited to) the 3MOS System Pro engine comprising advanced lens, sensor and engine, and the Hybrid Optical Image Stabilizer (O.I.S.) with five-axis correction capability.
Available exclusively at SingTel, M1, and Newstead from 3 Mar 2012, the Motorola Atrix 2 comes with free game titles like Need for Speed Hot Pursuit, Dead Space, EA Sports FIFA 10, The Game of Life, and The Sims 3.
Norwegian landscape photographer Terje Sørgjerd achieved some fame the year before when his beautifully shot video The Mountain went viral. He received a rude surprise yesterday when he saw parts of his video being used, without his knowledge, in a promotional video from a Nikon D800 launch event in Bangkok.
Users who purchase(d) motherboards of all solid capacitors between 20 Feb to 20 May 2012 are eligible to register for a 4-year warranty service.
Giada presents three Mini PCs - the i35G, F101D, Uni-box, and its MI-HM65T motherboard.
Information of Ivy Bridge processors for desktops and notebooks was reportedly chanced upon by folks from CPU World. They found an online PDF document that contained details of these processors as well as their full line up for January - April 2012.
Dustproof and waterproof up to a depth of 3m, the HX-WA20 is designed for shooting with a single hand. With control buttons bigger than its predecessors, it's easy to operate even with gloves on.
Loopholes in both iOS and Android allow apps to secretly upload your photographs to remote servers without your permission.