Touch screen for Nikon!

The newest of Nikon’s main offerings and great novelty is a touch screen, an almost obligatory asset for cameras of its calibre. In comfort there is nothing wrong, the grip is convenient, enjoyable and above all light! The device also has a carbon fibre chassis, a motherboard placed around the sensor as well as the coveted WIFI connection. For the rest, it is equipped with a processor of the EXPEED 4 generation, of a sensibility of up to 25 6000ISO and a CMOS Sensor without low-pass filter of 24.2 million pixels allowing taking superb and realistic photos.

Sony opts for mechanical stabilisation

Mechanical stabilisation is the ideal solution for photographers on the move when capturing their images. Therefore Sony equipped its camera Alpha 7 II with this system running on 5 axes: rotation in the optical axis, vertical and horizontal movements, vertical and horizontal rotations. Another novelty, a CMOS sensor of 24 million pixels and a processor Bionz X for taking great pictures and a quick start of the system. The video quality is also noteworthy. In short a stable and fast device!

An adorable compact signed by Canon

If you were looking for a compact camera to slip into your pockets or pouches; look no further than the Power Shot N2 from Canon, it is made for you! On the program it is extremely simple to grip and touch screen LCD swivels at 1800 allowing to capture the essential selfies. As for the technical details, there is also a BSI CMOS sensor of 16 million pixels, a processor DIGIC 6, WIFI and NFC. We love her tiny perfect size and her adorable white colour.




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