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Camera House : Better Pictures 7
7 Products Hot new gear Sony’s range of compact system cameras keeps on growing and the latest member of the family, the NEX 7, ups the ante with a huge 24.3 megapixel APS-C HD CMOS sensor, 10 frames per second continuous shooting speed, a tiltable LCD screen for better framing and a 0.02 second shutter release – so you can say bye bye to image lag. You can shoot in both JPEG or RAW formats (great for more professional editing results) and it also records full HD movies (1920x1080i). Plus it weighs in at a tiny 290g (without lens or battery) so it’s an excellent choice for the shooter on the go. SonY neX 7 This high end photo enthusiast’s camera from Fuji may look old school in design, but rest assured it’s packed with modern technology. It delivers 12 megapixel images and features a gorgeous wide angle f/2-2.8, 28-112mm ED glass lens that is versatile enough to cope with most shooting situations. It has lost the hybrid viewfinder of its predecessor the X100, but still there’s plenty to shout about – including a fantastic ISO range, manual shooting options, a pop up flash, 360 degree panorama shooting, a horizon leveller and the option of shooting in RAW! FujiFilm X10 This expert compact from Nikon delivers advanced functions and slim lines. Expect all the bells and whistles in this baby, from a large vari-angle screen for easy frame-ups to a fast EXPEED 2 processor for instant start up and lightning fast responses to a whopping 10.1 megapixel resolution and 720p HD movie recording with stereo sound. New in-camera special effects modes such as Cross Process, Zoom Exposure and Background Defocus let you get your creative juices flowing and the option to shoot in RAW format will please the pros. niKon CoolPiX P7100 With so many DSLRS offering HD shooting and continuous shooting rates of 10 frames per second or more, it’s good to know that the folk from SanDisk have come up with a range of Extreme Pro cards that are up to the task of capturing your data. With a read/ write speed of 90 MBs a second, there’ll be no problems shooting in burst mode or making high def movies. The Power Core Controller rapidly distributes info across the card for fast efficient use. Available in 16, 32 and 64GB. SanDiSK eXtreme Pro ComPaCt FlaSH 16gB 95mB SeC soldoutStoCKava i laBlejanuarY 006_Bpics7_HotGear_v5_corrected.indd 7 24/11/11 3:51 PM
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