Post Archive By Nasim Mansurov - Page 2

Gnarbox 2.0 SSD Review

It has been over a year since I reviewed the original Gnarbox and criticized it for its sub-par performance and overall reliability. Since then, the Gnarbox team released the new “2.0” version of the unit, which promises to be significantly improved over its predecessor. In this review, we will take…

How to Reduce Noise in Your Drone Photos

One of the most frustrating issues when working with a consumer-grade drone is the amount of noise one can encounter at low ISOs. Due to the small size of the drone’s sensor, even ISO 100 can look rather noisy, especially when recovering shadow detail. In this article, we will take…

The Smartphone vs The Camera Industry

If you have not had a chance to see my iPhone X review, I recommend that you start there first. This post is a continuation of my thoughts on the photography market, computational photography and the use of artificial intelligence in photography. It is not a review of the iPhone…

Understanding Aspect Ratios in Photography

In photography, aspect ratio is a fundamental concept that can influence the way we frame and compose our images. Although it might sound confusing for beginners at first, it is a relatively simple subject to understand. In this article, we will explore aspect ratios in detail and explain everything you…

ioSafe Solo Hawk Rugged SSD Review

The ioSafe Solo Hawk is an external SSD drive that is built to withstand some of the harshest conditions a storage device could endure. Build to military standards, the drive is waterproof (up to 10 feet for 72 hours), crush-proof (up to 2500 pounds), drop-proof (up to 10 feet) and…

Nikon D6 and 120-300mm f/2.8E VR Announcements

Nikon has just announced that it is "developing" the next generation top-of-the-line "flagship" camera for sports and wildlife photographers, the Nikon D6. The launch is intended for the upcoming Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan next summer, which is going to be an important event for all major camera manufacturers, including…

Sony A6100 and A6600 Announcements

Today Sony announced two APS-C cameras - the high-end A6600 and the stripped down version of the A6400 in the form of the A6100. Both cameras will be available later this year at price points of $1400 and $750 for body-only versions.