Wednesday, October 28

cameras

Apple, cameras, News, Phones

Apple’s 2022 iPhone will reportedly feature telephoto cameras

While rumours surrounding the Apple’s iPhone in July and August typically relate to the tech giant’s next iteration of the smartphone, that isn’t the cause when it comes to this report. According to often-reliable TF Securities analytic Ming-Chi Kuo, as first reported by MacRumors, the same South Korean company called Semco that is supplying the autofocus motors for the 2020 iPhone, will also be providing half of the periscope lenses required for the 2022 version of the smartphone. Over the last few years, periscope lens technology has been featured in smartphones from Chinese smartphone manufacturers like Oppo and Huawei. Samsung also featured a periscope lens in its S20 Ultra released earlier this year. Periscope lenses use prism...
Accessories, cameras, Canon, Canon EOS M6 Mark II, Reviews

Canon EOS M6 Mark II Review: The compact champ

Canon has come a long way since the release of its first mirrorless EOS M camera in 2012, and the expertly crafted EOS M6 Mark II proves the company isn’t slowing down. Packed inside this ultra-compact frame is a great camera with stellar build-quality and design. That’s not to say that it’s without its flaws, but the trade-offs the M6 Mark II offers should work well for most people. If you’re looking to step up from your smartphone, this isn’t a bad option, but if you want a vlogging camera, that’s where the M6 Mark II really comes into its own. Whether the camera is worth the relatively steep $1,449 CAD price tag depends on what you want to use it for, but if you can deal with the trade-offs, this camera will make you happy. The build quality is great The first thing you’ll notic...