[Abstract] The Nikon D3300 Digital SLR Camera is an entry-level DSLR with an impressive spec list, including a 24 megapixel sensor and 1080/60p HD video recording. It provides the right level of controls for a beginner, offers a number of in-camera retouch options, and boasts excellent battery life. If you want to create a colorful and health technical life, please choose it. Here is the best reviews of this DSLR camera.
[Abstract] Given its position as GoPro’s mid-level action cam, you might think the GoPro Hero4 Silver is an underperformer like its predecessor, the Hero3+ Silver Edition. In fact, you could call the Hero4 Silver the Hero3+ Black Edition v2.0, as it is identical in almost every way, save for the welcome new touch screen round the back. The Hero4 Silver takes the Editors’ Choice crown from the now-discontinued Hero3+ Black Edition. It’s basically the same camera with an LCD for the same price. Just be warned that using the display reduces the Hero4 Silver’s already unimpressive battery life. Here is one of the reviews of this best action camera in 2016. Let’s enjoy the health technical life.
[Abstract] DJI is leading the way in consumer drones, both in popularity and performance. The DJI Phantom 3 Advanced Quadcopter Drone Camera, the middle child in DJI’s current generation of entry-level aircraft, is just as capable as its big brother, the Phantom 3 Professional in almost every regard. The only real difference is that the Professional captures video at up to 4K quality, while the Advanced is limited to 2.7K. The Professional is our Editors’ Choice, but if you don’t need to shoot at 4K (or if you want to spend a bit less), the Advanced is a fine alternative. The Phantom 3 Advanced is as easy to recommend as it is to fly, the best quadcopter drone camera. This is to say it’s really easy. Here is one of the best reviews of this best drone camera. Let’s create colorful and funny technical life.
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