Xiaomi’s Launched camera – Xiaoyi M1

Xiaomi Xiaoyi M1

The new mirrorless camera uses a Sony-made 20-megapixel image sensor (IMX269). This is a Micro Four Thirds sensor and hence puts the M1 in the league of Sony’s own NEX series cameras. In simple words, at least on paper, the M1 camera promises image quality that will be significantly better than what the compact cameras can provide even though its price — Yuan 2199 in China — is similar to that of the small cameras. This price, which in Indian Rupees converts to around Rs 22,000, is for the M1 with one lens. In dual-lens kit, the cameras costs Yuan 2,999.

 

 

Xiaoyi M1 lens

The camera offers shutter speeds from 1/4000 to 60. Xiaoyi’s snapper offers plenty of scene modes such as Portrait, landscape, Sports, Night, Candlelight, Sunset, Fireworks, Beach and Snow. It can record 4K 3840×2160 videos at 30 fps. When set to Full HD quality, the M1 can capture videos at 60 frames per second. The camera comes with SD/SDHC/SDXC card support. Coming to the subject of connectivity, you get Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Micro HDMI, and Micro USB. That should take care of the sharing aspect of photography. The M1 camera comes with a 3-inch touchscreen with pixel dimensions of 720×480.

 

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Credit-card style USB drive – Moser Baer

Priced at Rs. 1,100, the Moser Baer Zap pocket flash drive has been introduced with a warranty of 2 years. The product is currently available at Moser Baer’s online store at a special introductory price of Rs. 399.

The Moser Baer Zap pocket flash drive comes in only one variant with 4 GB storage capacity. It measures 84.15 X 52.83 sq. mm and weighs merely 10.25 gms. With USB 2.0 interface (direct plug-n-play), it is compatible with Win 2000/XP/ME/Vista/7, Mac OS 9.0 or later versions and Linux Kernel 2.4.0 and higher versions.

Canon vs. Nikon Which is better? [infographic]

As many of you know two of the top camera companies are Nikon and Canon, but which is better? Personally, I think Nikon makes a better Digital SLR and Canon makes a better point and shoot. However, according to today’s infographic Canon is the clear winner.

If I had to make an argument for Nikon, I’d say you get more bang for buck with them. They are significantly cheaper than Canon and you get near the exact quality. Although if you prefer a crisper shot, Canon would be the better choice. Which camera do you prefer? [via]

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Canon Vs Nikon

Powerful 15x Zoom with New IS and Hybrid AF FinePix F300EXR / F305EXR


Acclaimed by imaging professionals, Fujinon molds its high-precision aspheric lenses from extra-low dispersion glass to deliver superior resolution and low color aberration, and applies an originally developed Super Electronic Beam Coating to minimize ghosting, flare and purple fringe. Using these high-quality lens elements, new “Double Sliding Structured Lens” engineering fits the sharpest, clearest 15x zoom in its class and super-wide angle 24mm* versatility into the slim 32.6mm body of FinePix F300EXR.

* Equivalent on 35mm camera
1. Aspheric Lens Element 2. Optical Axis 3. Focal Plane

Best gadgets of 2009

2009: Sony PS3 Slim
2009: Sony PS3 Slim
We predicted a “Slim & Lite” PS3 back in mid-2008. So we were a little wide of the mark with our timing, but at least we were on the money in other areas. Trimmed down to a lean fighting force, the Slim has helped the PS3 reduce the Xbox 360’s sales lead in the UK, and with a huge catalogue of killer titles, there’s never been a better time to buy one. Our advice? Opt for the mammoth, 250GB version, which can be had with a three-game bundle for under £300 – that’s a bona-fide bargain.

2009: Philips Cinema 21:9
2009: Philips Cinema 21:9

The first/only TV to have the true cinema aspect ratio and therefore deliver films just as the director intended. Also a cracking set with a bullet-like response time

2009: Apple iPod Shuffle 3G
2009: Apple iPod Shuffle 3G

A bit of an own-goal this one. Over-miniaturised, with some irritating, proprietary earphones it’s also sonically a let-down. We’ll stick with the Touch

2009: Samsung LE40B650
2009: Samsung LE40B650

Delivering stellar visuals and a welter of online widgets including YouTube, this cemented Samsung’s place at the telly manufacturers’ top table

2009: Sony Vaio P-Series
2009: Sony Vaio P-Series

Halfway between netbook and notebook, the ultra-portable P-Series is a seriously covetable bit of kit: a laptop that can fit in a suit jacket pocket, no less

2009: Fujifilm Finepix Real 3D W1
2009: Fujifilm Finepix Real 3D W1

At last, a 3D digital camera. It’s carrying a few extra pounds and you can’t print pics yourself yet, in 3D at least, but props to Fujifilm for pushing the envelope

2009: Palm Pre
2009: Palm Pre

We had incredibly high hopes for this one. It didn’t quite deliver everything on our wishlist, but it remains an exercise in OS design others should learn from

2009: HTC Hero
2009: HTC Hero

Winner of both Gadget of the Year and Phone of the Year at the 2009 T3 Awards, the HTC Hero is the best Android phone yet, and the only mobile to date that matches the iPhone in most respects – it even bests Apple’s phone in certain areas. Google’s open-source OS means it’s a joy to use as a phone, messenger, media player, browser and app platform – there are 17,000 apps and counting at the Android Market – but the Hero also won plaudits for HTC’s handset design. With its understatedly stylish looks, decent battery life and stunning multi-touch screen, it’s a veritable cornucopia of techy delights. We can’t wait to see what HTC does with Google’s high-fl ying platform next.

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2009: Apple iPhone 3GS
On the face of it, the 3GS was disappointing, with scant new features – a three-meg camera with video replaced the two-meg, stills-only affair found in previous iPhones, and there was now a compass built in. That said, the “S” for speed meant a real jump in download rates and processor performance over the 3G and maximum storage stormed up to 32GB. That’s why, despite HTC’s glorious Hero, the iPhone still ranks as our number one phone overall. Apple shifted a cool 7.4 million iPhones last quarter, a year-on-year uplift of seven per cent. Clearly, the iPhone juggernaut remains on course.