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Are Disposable Cameras Any Good?

Before we all had cameras in our pockets and even before affordable digital, point and shoot cameras, there was the humble disposable camera. A common addition to any holidaymaker’s suitcase and often found scattered around the tables at wedding receptions disposable cameras were the everyday persons go-to camera of choice. Despite the dominance of the camera phone and digital photography in general, in the last few years there has been somewhat of a resurgence in the use of disposable cameras.

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The question is though, are they actually any good?
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Best Action Cameras for Every Budget: Are Cheap Action Cameras Any Good?

Action cameras have become more common in the past few years, and for a good reason. Originally created by GoPro, many big brands have also jumped in the action camera space. As the action camera space grew, there came along a lot of cheap copycats. With multiple brands and tens of models to choose from, it has become difficult to choose the right action camera, especially if you also take the price into account.

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The big question is, which are the best action cameras for every budget? As it is with any product recommendation, there is no single answer. But, we’ve tried to compare some of the best action cameras at various price points.

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Here Is Why Mirrorless Cameras Have Shutters

Mirrorless cameras are becoming more and more popular not just with amateur photographers but with professional ones too. By doing away with the mirror system within the camera in favour of an electronic viewfinder and/or LCD screen the camera is able to be more compact, lighter and have smaller interchangeable lenses than its DSLR counterpart.

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Using a sensor system similar to what you would find in your phone, it can be somewhat surprising that mirrorless cameras themselves still have shutters.

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Are Full Frame Cameras Better in Low Light?

If you’ve been involved in photography for any time, you know there is a huge debate around full-frame cameras vs other sensor size cameras. Much like the Mac vs PC debate, or the iOS vs Android debate, this debate has shutterbugs riled up everywhere. Today, I am going to answer an important question from the debate, which is, are full-frame cameras better in low light? The answer is quite surprising.

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Continue reading to find out.

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9 Ways To Backup Photos While Traveling Without A Computer

Picture this. You’re on an amazing trip. You’ve been taking photos left and right. You’re absolutely ecstatic because of the incredible images you’ve been blessed to capture.

Then, on the last day of your trip, something happens. It could be anything, your camera gets stolen, or you lose the memory card, or you douse the whole kit and kaboodle in the river. It doesn’t matter what, but something destroys/erases/loses all your amazing photos.

What do you do?

If you’ve read this post and followed the tips we’re about to share on how to backup your photos even without a computer, you’ll breathe a sigh of relief because you were prepared. You haven’t lost all your incredible images — just maybe a camera or a memory card, which can be replaced.

If you haven’t read this post…well, then we’ll just give you a moment to mourn your incredible loss…

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…then suggest that you read this post so that this awful occurrence never happens to you again.

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