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Selling my Gnarbox
January 25, 2019

Why I sold my Gnarbox 1.0

I got my Gnarbox in 2017. I had purchased it because it looked like the travel companion I had waited for a long time. Although the Gnarbox 1.0 has great features, at the end of the day, It felt like an incomplete solution. Three obstacles (transfer reliability while plugged into power, transfer speed, and battery life) have been the main…
April 15, 2016

Sony A6300 – First Impressions

A little bit of personal history to begin with a few observations: I have been waiting for a camera like the Sony A6300 for a little while. For someone as myself that begun taking pictures and shooting video with analog format (Pentax P30 & Panasonic Compact VHS), the technology behind the Sony A6300 can be simply mind blowing. Its capabilities open…
February 22, 2016

Switching sides – Sony α6300

I'm a deserter | Sony α6300 Yes, I said it. I've already per-ordered a Sony α6300 two weeks ago and I'm not looking back. Last weekend I took my trusty old Canon T2i for a spin and I wonder what it would be like to leave it behind. Well, it's not so dramatic,  I was waiting for something with those…
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September 28, 2015

WiFi cameras and Copyright

Things to consider regarding WiFi cameras and Copyright. Yesterday I watched a very interesting and educational video posted at BH's Youtube channel by the Copyright Zone guys. In case you haven't heard about them, an intellectual property lawyer, Ed Greenberg,  and a commercial photographer,  Jack Reznicki, joined forces in an effort to illustrate and educate, the many creatives out there, about…
Last hour thoughtsTechnology
September 10, 2015

Sony’s Boldness – The Alpha A7R mark II

POST DISCLAIMER: I have been a Canon user for quite a while. First purchased the HV30 and later jumped into the DSLR wagon with the T2i. Me, and everyone else, have been anxiously anticipating the release of Sony's flagship camera: The Sony Alpha A7R mark II. Sony packed such a massive and impressive list of features in a very small…