Warning: Parental Guidance. Violence and nude.
The best comparison video made to-date in my opinion, funny as hell. A must watch video this Easter. Biased? a bit.. find out yourself.
Repost from PASM Workshop
Philip Bloom reviewed the latest Canon 5D MKIII and did a video (embedded above) review on it as well. The review can be found on his blog, link here, and he will continue to update it as he gets more familiar with the camera. Check out and see what the master has to say.
Check out this video where Saika compared a night shot video using both Canon 5D MKII and Canon 5D MKIII shooting at ISO12,800. Wow, sure looks impressive under that high ISO.
The next Web Wednesday meet is this coming Wednesday, 21 April, at Volar, Basement, 38-44 D’Aguilar Street, Lan Kwai Fong, Central, Hong Kong.
Given the renewed buzz about ebooks created by the recently launched iPad, I thought it only fitting to invite Greg Sung, the Founder and CEO of aNobii – “the neatest thing for booklovers since paper”, to speak at this month’s social mixer on Wednesday 21st April at Volar Bar & Club, Basement, 38-44 D’Aguilar Street, Lan Kwai Fong, Central, Hong Kong.
Greg will explain how he has successfully tapped into people’s passion for reading to create a community of digital bookworms, who have shared over 19 million titles via personalised bookshelves. We will also discuss how aNobii is using barcordes and iPhones to make the reading and book ordering experience so much more convenient.
The mixer will kick off at 6:30pm and wind up around 9:30pm, with the interview starting at 7:15pm.
As per usual, there’s a HK$100 entrance fee, including one complimentary drink. Web Wednesday’s lovely assistant, Vivian, will issue receipts if you need one. (For students, you can get in for HK$50 without free booze). Thereafter, all standard drinks will be charged at special happy hour prices.
Web Wednesday will donate 10% of entrance fees to Oxfam Hong Kong.
Source : Web Wednesday Hong Kong
Following the success with the Canon version of the DSLR Camera Remote for iPhone or iPod Touch, onOne Software released its latest version for Nikon users. The latest version features –
- Remotely fire your Canon EOS or Nikon DSLR camera
with your iPhone or iPod Touch
- Remotely control the camera settings like
shutter-speed, aperture, white-balance and more
- View images saved on the camera from your iPhone or iPod Touch
- Look through your camera’s viewfinder remotely
- Great for remote-firing at weddings, sporting events, for kids, and for self-portraits
There are currently two versions out, the Professional version (US$19.99) and the Lite version (US$1.99). The Lite version only support the basic functions such as connecting to host computer, firing the camera, seeing post-view image, checking battery status and image remaining. For another US$18, you’ll get all those fancy functions such as being able to adjust shutter speed, ISO, white-balance, exposure compensation, auto exposure bracketing, burst mode and more.
For more information (and there are tons), visit onOne Software’s product page.
Source – onOne Software’s product page
Wow, seems like a busy week for firmware upgrades. Click the following download link for more information.
Source – DPReview