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Technology Reviews and Guides
Let’s say you’ve finally built or purchased the ideal gaming PC, but you’re short on the money for a monitor to complement the hardware. Do you have options for a budget monitor that still has all the bells and whistles?
There are many pre-built computer models on the market that are specifically geared towards gaming, but what if you’re looking for something that has a combination of power and portability?
Shape Collage from Loupe, the makers of Loupe Card, Loupe Waldo, and Loupe Collage, is a free downloadable application that works as an automatic photo collage maker.
Sony creates a new type of Exmor RS imaging sensor, called the IMX318, which can take 22.5 MP stills and 4K video, while utilizing hybrid AF technology for stills and built-in 30-axis image stabilization for video.
Panasonic is releasing the Lumix DMC-GF8, the successor to the GF7 that focuses more on selfies with additional software features.
Techart announces the PRO Autofocus adapter for manual focus lenses, which will initially be compatible with Leica M lenses to Sony E-mount cameras, specifically the Sony a7 II and Sony a7R II.
Nikon’s image and video utility, ViewNX-i, has been updated to version 1.1.0a, which includes Windows 10 support and retouch features.
For the photography lovers, inferse bought a brief comparison between Nikon D4 and the latest Nikon D4s.
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Can video games be considered high art?
On April 19th, Christofer Sundberg surprised the Twitter gaming community when the Just Cause developer and founder of Avalanche Studios posted, “Why should a game have an end? Why bother about story when all data proves that players don’t care?”
Resident Evil: Revelations is everything that Resident Evil 6 should have been. There. I said it. If Capcom was smart, they would have just scrapped the original idea for Resident Evil 6 and instead released a multi-platform version of Revelations. Heck, they could’ve just called it Resident Evil 6: Revelations. RE fans would have been a lot happier if this existed in place of the actual RE 6.
On May 17th, 2013, Nintendo released their latest Direct announcement. While the previous Nintendo Direct unveiled many new games and big updates on titles for both the Wii U and 3DS, this edition of Nintendo Direct provided much smaller updates, but promised big things for the future.