The D3400 produces surprisingly good photos in low light for an entry-level camera.
With decent low-light photos and a smoother-to-focus for movies kit lens, the D3400 remains a first-dSLR favorite.
A little better than its predecessor, but not as cheap.
In Japan you can go to an owl cafe and make friends with owls big and small. I did just that, and here are the cute, fluffy pictures to prove it.
By slashing two features off its top-of-the-line Theta S spherical camera, the imaging company is hoping to capture some less tech-savvy buyers.
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Feeling betrayed after contributing photos to Google Maps for years, users look for alternative photo communities like Ipernity.
The camera can now hit 24fps for continuous shooting, but the real improvement here is the modern autofocus system -- it's fast and accurate.
The autofocus works really well, at least on moving subjects that aren't racing through the frame, and the high ISO-sensitivity photos look good at smallish sizes.
The new autofocus system is a huge improvement over the previous model.
Amazon Echo Dot is the future
The new and improved Echo Dot takes Amazon's best-in-class smart home speaker and wraps it in an ultra-affordable package. See why it earned our Editors' Choice award.