by Jared Abrams | 16th November 2010
Kai over at Digital Rev did this comparison video between the Canon 550D/T2i, the Canon 60D and the Canon 7D. Digital Rev is a still site, so most of the video deals with the still photography aspects of these three cameras. I have used all of them and I have to say that the Canon 60D looks to be the best bet for an APS-C sized sensor HDSLR on the market now. The adjustable LCD and manual audio control make it the clear choice for video work. The only reason to get a Canon 7D is if you want full HD via the HDMI output, otherwise save the dough for some killer Zeiss glass.Read more
by Jared Abrams | 2nd November 2010
Kai W. over at Digital Rev got his hands on the new Nikon D7000. The new Nikon is trying very hard to give the Canon 7D a run for it’s money. The addition of auto focus is not really going to cut it. In some ways it really comes down to what lenses you have in your kit. Here is a rip from their site. Click here for more info. “The D7000 has finally landed and our presenter, Kai W, has been fondling the camera lovingly. So, what’s new about this successor to the D90? We’ve all seen the specs sheet, and it looks pretty good even when compared to the D300S and other such cameras like the Canon 7D and Pentax K-5. But what is it really like to use? Find out in this review.”Read more
by Jared Abrams | 2nd June 2010
Kai over at Digital Rev informed me of this little film competition they are having. Digital Rev produces some great review videos and Kai is quite funny at times. The categories for the contest are Passion, Love, Fun and Cool. Not your ordinary selects but this is part of the fun of Digital Rev. The top film will receive 1K in Cash Vouchers. (I think it is only good at their online store.) Other finalists will receive $30 in vouchers. The contest ends July 1, 2010. Click Here For Complete Details of the ContestRead more
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