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广东好彩1技巧:Camera Reviews

好彩1开奖 www.q4kqm.cn It’s really hard to buy a bad digital camera these days, because the differences between all the good ones are so small. That doesn’t mean those differences aren’t important, though, and as cameras get smarter we’re going to be here to point you in the right direction.

8.5

Sony A7 III and A7R III review: mirrorless magic

5

Google Clips review: a smart camera that doesn’t make the grade

Can you trust Google’s algorithms with your most precious moments?

The Nano S is a 360 camera built for social media

7.5

Hasselblad X1D review: 50 million astonishing pixels

6.5

Samsung Gear 360 (2017) review

Another baby step for 360-degree cameras

9

Fujifilm X-T20 review: love, rekindled

The junior member of Fujifilm’s high-end camera lineup might be the best

Leica’s new TL2 is a much improved mirrorless camera

More resolution and much snappier performance make Leica’s entry-level camera much more appealing

Nest’s new home camera is an interesting toy

6

Fujifilm Instax Square SQ10 review: digital downer

A new kind of instant camera that’s not quite there yet

8

Olympus E-M1 Mark II review: the camera that warps time

Speed like you've never experienced

Impossible I-1 review: a slick new toy for the Polaroid faithful

8

Fujifilm X70 review: the little camera that can

8.5

Fujifilm X-Pro2 review: my favorite camera

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