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Nikon Z7 and Nikon Z6 Full-frame Mirrorless Cameras

Nikon has announced the release of two full-frame, Nikon FX format mirrorless cameras, the Z7 and Z6, as well as NIKKOR Z lenses, featuring a new, larger-diameter mount. The Z7 has 45.7 effective megapixels, and supports a standard sensitivity range of ISO 64–25600. The Z6 is an all-purpose FX-format camera with an effective pixel count of 24.5 megapixels, and supports the wide range of ISO 100–51200 standard sensitivities, plus full-frame 4K UHD movie recording with full pixel readout. The MB-N10 battery pack that is currently in development will hold two EN-EL15b rechargeable Li-ion batteries. The Nikon Z 7 will be available September 27 for a suggested retail price (SRP) of $3399.95* for the body-only configuration, or for $3999.95* SRP as a kit with the new NIKKOR Z 24-70 f/4 S lens. The Nikon Z 6 will be available in late November for the $1995.95* SRP for the body only configuration, or for the $2,599.95* SRP with the NIKKOR Z 24-70mm f/4 S lens kit.

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The Best Keyboards for Designers and Artists – Digital Arts Online

Digital Arts Online The Best Keyboards for Designers and Artists Digital Arts Online Whether it's in your studio, at an agency or office, working on our computer is a daily affair. It's part of our digital society and it's important to create a set up that's right for you, whether you use your keyboard mainly for shortcuts and quick ...

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Samsung Galaxy Note 9

Samsung has announced the latest addition to its premium Note series of smartphones with its Galaxy Note 9 . This premium smartphone delivers the ultimate in performance, a new S Pen with connectivity for the first time ever, and Samsung’s most intelligent camera yet.

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Thin, powerful, and insane battery life! – IGN Africa

IGN Africa Thin, powerful, and insane battery life! IGN Africa On the right side you'll find a USB Type-C Thunderbolt port for external hard drives, eGPU's or a display, along with another USB 3.1, a full-sized HDMI port, and a Mini Display Port. ... The rest of the computer itself was under 100°F and cool to the ...

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Rotolight NEO 2 Explorer Kit

The Rotolight NEO 2 Explorer Kit is a portable, powerful and lightweight three-light kit for photographers and filmmakers on the go. The Rotolight NEO 2 Explorer Kit is available now for £1199.99(inc)/ $1399.99/1189.99 Euro.

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Logitech Unveils G305 Wireless Gaming Mouse – Ubergizmo

Ubergizmo Logitech Unveils G305 Wireless Gaming Mouse Ubergizmo Slap the term “gaming” to any accessory whether it be monitors, speakers, microphones, keyboards, and/or mice, and you will instantly see an increase in price over the “regular” version. However not all gaming peripherals need to cost an arm and a leg, ... and more »

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Fujifilm Unveils New Square Format Instax Camera – Ubergizmo

Ubergizmo Fujifilm Unveils New Square Format Instax Camera Ubergizmo Fujifilm might be known to some for its Instax series of cameras. For those unfamiliar with these cameras, basically they're film cameras that can print photos taken on the spot. For the most part the photos printed are rectangular in shape, but for ... and more »

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Amazon is now selling home security services, including installations and no monthly fees

Amazon’s made a slew of acquisitions in the area of smart home services, and now it’s offering a product that brings them together under one roof — your roof. Amazon has quietly launched a portal offering home security services — which include all the equipment you would need and in-person visits from Amazon consultants to advise and install the kit. The packages are being sold in five price tiers, at a flat fee — no monthly service contracts, a significant disruption of how many home security services are sold today. The least expensive, $240 for Outdoor Base, gives you an Echo Dot plus indoor and outdoor lighting designed “to make it look like you’re home” The most expensive tier, $840 for Smartest, includes an alarm siren, motion sensors, safety sensors, a camera, and Echo Dot, the lighting and a video doorbell — potentially rolling in previous security launches from the company like Amazon Key and Cloud Cam . All include two visits from Amazon employees to consult you and help with the installation. The Last July it emerged that Amazon was quietly working on its own answer to Best Buy’s Geek Squad — offering repairs and installations of home WiFi, smart home devices, Alexa installations, and other hardware-related services. Amazon never appeared to confirm it at the time, but that service now officially seems to be called “ Smart Home Services ” and it has expanded to Washington, Oregon, California, Arizona, Texas, Nevada, North Carolina, Georgia, Illinois, New Jersey, Washington D.C. and Florida. The security offering we are describing here — which was initially flagged to us by a reader — falls under that general banner, and it is being promoted at the top of the Smart Home Services homepage. Giving consumers the option of a more full-service security offering, beyond selling alarms and other devices a la carte, makes sense for a couple of reasons. The first is that while there are some early adopters who might like the challenge of installing these services themselves, there will be many middle and later adopters who will not be interested in facing that learning curve. Amazon has positioned itself in the smart home security space as more than just a reseller of third-party devices — although it sells those, too — with acquisitions of the smart doorbell startup  Ring  and the smart camera and doorbell startup Blink . The second is that most often, home security systems are coupled with service installations it in your home that include maintenance contracts, so if Amazon hopes to eat up some of that market, it needs to offer something comparable to the market. It’s an interesting development also of the company’s wider strategy to move into selling services, beyond physical products — one of Amazon’s various efforts to diversify its business by targeting different categories of commerce and different demographics. Another foray into human-powered services was its Thumbtack-style competitor Amazon Home Services, a marketplace it launched back in 2015 for finding tradespeople and other freelance service providers like masseurs and language tutors

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How to connect your Xbox One controller to a PC – Dot Esports

Dot Esports How to connect your Xbox One controller to a PC Dot Esports When booting up a game on PC , gamers have the option to use either a keyboard and mouse or a controller to play a supported title. There's a wealth of different options to choose from when deciding which controller to use, but few come close to the ... and more »

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