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SanDisk announces 200GB microSD, laptop-sized storage for your phone

If you’re always running out of storage for your music, movies, photos, and apps, a new microSD could be just what the doctor ordered, especially when it brings more space to your smartphone than anything else before it.

4:00 pm 02/03/2015 By Leigh D. Stark
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Tony Hawk shows off Sony’s 4K action cam in Sydney

Sony showed us what it had in store for the action camera market earlier in the year, but someone has been playing with the cameras for even longer, as professional skateboarder Tony Hawk details what life is like shot through a Sony 4K Action Cam.

3:50 pm 20/02/2015 By Leigh D. Stark
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Selfie sticks banned in some world museums, so what about Australia?

One of our faux pas for this year was the use of selfie sticks in places that just get in the way. We experienced it at an art gallery all too recently, and recently we heard that some galleries and museums around the world have stopped people from using the selfie stick, but what about Australian places?

11:00 am 18/02/2015 By Leigh D. Stark
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Hands-on with Apple’s Photos, replacing iPhoto later this year

A new app for viewing and editing photos is on the way to Mac users, and while it won’t be here for a month or two more (at least), GadgetGuy has been granted an exclusive hands-on with the beta of Apple’s new Photos app, which could bring a modicum of Photoshop for people who don’t want new skills.

3:49 pm 17/02/2015 By Leigh D. Stark
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Drones go pro: DJI joins the Micro Four-Thirds lens system

We’re seeing some interesting things happening in the world of quadcopters and drones, and this week Olympus is sending word that one of the leading makers of these flying machines is joining an interchangeable lens system.

11:45 am 12/02/2015 By Staff writers
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Panasonic introduces twin-camera 4K camcorder with wireless capture

Family captures and enthusiast movie makers may have a new outlet to explore when it comes to creative story telling, as Panasonic introduces a 4K video camera that can capture a second camera angle that the camera’s lens isn’t being pointed at.

12:37 pm 09/02/2015 By Leigh D. Stark
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Canon offers enthusiast photographers and videographers a choice

Part of the reason cameras have been getting smaller over the years has been the convergence of technologies. For instance, you don’t need a top LCD if the big one at the back can do it. But while Canon has made changes like that in its own cameras, it will now be giving camera owners the choice.

5:32 pm 06/02/2015 By Leigh D. Stark
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Canon goes big with a 50 megapixel full-frame camera

Digital SLRs have some major competition with the mirror-less shooters out there, so how do you beat them? Make the sensor bigger and studio quality.

3:37 pm 06/02/2015 By Leigh D. Stark
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Samsung preps a compact NX1 in the NX500

Like big camera sensor but not necessarily a big camera body? No worries, because Samsung looks set to shrink its big NX1 into something smaller this year, taking the heart of that camera and plonking it into a compact body.

12:09 pm 06/02/2015 By Leigh D. Stark
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Olympus makes E-M5 second-gen with ultra high-res shooting and upgraded stabilisation

It’s hard to believe, but it’s been three years since Olympus resurrected its OM series of cameras, bringing the classic design into a new age with a digital body. We’ve seen a couple more OM-D bodies since, but now seems right for a replacement to the first generation E-M5.

5:01 pm 05/02/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

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