Canon G1X Mark II

The G1X Mk II interface is generally pleasant and well designed. Even if the possibilities of parameterization are vast, one is not drowned under the menus and sub-menus as it is often the case elsewhere (Sony RX, Panasonic Lumix G, Nikon SLR …). The 7.7 cm and 1040,000 px touchscreen, borrowed from the EOS 70D, is a great help in choosing the collimator, navigating menus, and is overall very pleasant to handle, although sometimes a not sensitive from a tactile point of view and having a tendency to pierce the whites. On the other hand, it is impossible to say as much of its orientation mechanism. As the Chinese market demands, the engineers absolutely wanted it to be adjustable + 180 ° for selfies. In addition, it can tilt backward at -45 °. These two requirements have led to a kinematics of the most complex, the perceived fragility uncomfortable, especially since the connection plies are clearly visible and in the open air.

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Sony A7 III

The Sony A7 III is inspired by its older A7R III which it takes the main chassis. Whether at the hood or back, it looks like two drops of water to the A7R III. Only the small mode lock button has been removed on this case. There is also the joystick, the video trigger judiciously positioned next to the viewfinder, better organized menus (but still dense) and the double slot for SD cards, only one of which is compatible with UHS-II memory cards, initially borrowed from the A9 – which is also the central reference of this refreshment.

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Canon Rebel T6i + EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM

For gorgeous, high-quality photos and videos that are easy to share, look to the Canon EOS Rebel T6i camera. The EOS Rebel T6i does more, easier, making capturing photos and shooting videos a breeze. Its high-resolution 24.2 Megapixel CMOS (APS-C) sensor means finely detailed, crisp and natural-looking photographs. An updated light-metering system means well-exposed images. HD videos are effortless with the EOS Rebel T6i’s advanced AF that provides speedy and precise focus on subjects. Canon’s advanced EOS Scene Analysis system automatically adjusts the camera’s settings to produce the best results whether shooting friends, landscapes, sports scenes and in tricky light situations. A first ever for the EOS Rebel line, built-in Wi-Fi and NFC are now available! Wireless connectivity provides a seamless way to exchange images and movies with compatible devices. It’s easier and more convenient than ever to share movies and photos, no matter the location. Near Field Communication (NFC) allows for easy pairing with compatible Android devices and Canon’s new Connect Station CS100 device! With fast performance in a number of shooting environments, the EOS Rebel T6i does the hard work, letting you focus on making gorgeous photos and HD movies.

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