Cameras

DJI Osmo Review

DJI Osmo Review

Eye-catching. Attention grabbing. Magical. These are some of the words I have heard when using the DJI Osmo in public, and it’s hard to fault the onlookers who tell me these things: the DJI Osmo looks like something straight out of a science fiction novel, and the way it works... Read More »

Sony Action Cam Mini HDR-AZ1VR Review

Sony Action Cam Mini HDR-AZ1VR Review

The space in which you can find action and sports cameras has traditionally been owned by GoPro, with their HERO line of cameras. However, competitors have quietly sprung up and began making splashes of their own, and one of those competitors is Sony. Today we’re taking a look at one... Read More »

Sony A5000

Sony A5000

Mirrorless cameras have become more and more popular in past years, as a great alternative to full DLSR cameras because of their more compact form factor (about the size of a point-and-shoot camera), high quality image sensors, and interchangeable lenses. Enter the Sony A5000. Sony is known for making high... Read More »

Nikon D3200 DSLR Camera Review

Nikon D3200 DSLR Camera Review

While I was never a photography buff to start off with, having previously relied on my iPhone or smartphone as the primary camera I’d use for everyday situations, I’m glad I came across the Nikon D3200. It has made me a believer in capturing and honouring those beautiful moments in... Read More »

Fujifilm Instax Mini 8 Review

Fujifilm Instax Mini 8 Review

What’s old is new again. In the age of instant cameras, Instagram and insta-everything, gone are the days where the mainstream consumer would have to go to a photo shop to get their film developed to see their moments captured. But the idea of developing your film, especially instantly, hasn’t gone away. Originally inspired... Read More »

Fujifilm Finepix XP80 Review

Fujifilm Finepix XP80 Review

Vacations in the fun and sun are wonderful experiences that people enjoy capturing with their phones and cameras, recording all of the great memories made while away from the day-to-day life. However, many cameras are either too frail, susceptible to water damage (and nature in general), or won’t do a... Read More »

Polaroid PIC-300 Review

Polaroid PIC-300 Review

Retro and vintage tech is in this season. It’s not just adults that are pining for a trip to the past, it’s kids too. Polaroid has a product that harkens back to the old days of instant film cameras with the PIC-300. The film quality had a grainy look that... Read More »

PAPAGO! GoLife Extreme Camera Review

PAPAGO! GoLife Extreme Camera Review

There are times in our lives a smartphone can’t record. Rock climbing, motorcycle riding and skiing to name a few. These are some adventures an iPhone wouldn’t be able to survive should it take an unexpected fall. For these life moments it’s good to have a dedicated device like the... Read More »

Fujifilm FinePix XP70 Waterproof Digital Camera Review

Fujifilm FinePix XP70 Waterproof Digital Camera Review

As camera sensors in smartphones have improved, sales of low-cost point-and-shoot cameras like Fujifilm’s $220 FinePix XP70 have suffered. The reasons for this are pretty clear: a good smartphone, even a year-old model like Samsung’s Galaxy S4 can produce images that are at least as good as the FinePix XP70—especially... Read More »

Nikon COOLPIX L830 Digital Camera Review

Nikon COOLPIX L830 Digital Camera Review

*Note from Staples* We do not carry this item anymore but instead carry the newer model. For more details visit Nikon Coolpix P530 product page. Everyone owns a camera these days—it comes attached with every smartphone. There’s hardly a need to purchase one unless you’re looking for better image quality... Read More »