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Nikon launches D5600 DSLR camera for photography hobbysists

Posted on November 10, 2016  in New Gadget

D5600 offers an effective pixel count of 24.2-million pixels
Nikon has announced the launch of the Nikon D5600, which the company says is ‘specially designed for photography hobbyists and content creators’. The camera can maintain a constant connection with smart devices when using the SnapBridge app and BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy) technology. Using the app, still images are directly and automatically transferred to a paired device, which can then by uploaded or shared by users. This feature of the camera is what Nikon things will encourage users to go for it.

The entry-level DX-format D-SLR camera comes with a vari-angle LCD monitor that flips out, and makes for a greater flexibility for users. The 3.2-inch touch screen display brings addition of a cropping function to use during playback zoom, and has a time-lapse functi…

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Intel unveils ‘Shooting Star’: A drone designed for aerial light shows

Posted on November 7, 2016  in New Gadget

Intel Shooting Star features a light-weight structure and has ‘virtually limitless colour combinations’ according to the company
Intel has announced its new ‘Shooting Star’ aerial drone that isn’t meant for aerial photography or aerial-sensing, but tailor-made for light shows. Intel’s new quad-copter aims too redefine entertainment and new possibilities with light shows in the night sky.
“Recently, we put the fleet of Intel Shooting Star drones to the test in Germany and we were able to achieve what no one else has done before. We set a new Guinness World Record for having The Most UAVs Airborne Simultaneously with 500 Intel Shooting Star drones lighting up the night sky. We outdid our own previous record of 100 drones in-flight simultaneously in less than a year,” said Intel in a press release.

The Shooting Star is Intel’s…

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Apple reduces pricing for new adapters of MacBook Pro 2016 after complaints

Posted on November 7, 2016  in New Gadget

Apple unveiled three variants in its new MacBook Pro lineup, two 13-inch versions and one 15-inch variant on October 27 (Source: Apple)
Apple has announced that it will be cutting the prices of its Thunderbolt 3 adapters, following a lot of complaint from users about the high pricing of the accessories. Considering that the new Apple notebooks start at $1,499, users need to spend a lot on peripherals considering the older generation MacBooks did not have any of the same ports.

Apple has completely redesigned its connecting ports with the new MacBook Pro 13-inch and 15-inch series, with the company offering a variety of accessories to make it compatible to all devices that do not support Thunderbolt 3. Apple has reduced the prices of its peripherals across the board, according to a Verge report.
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