We love giving away high-tech gadgets — as we’ve proven in the past weeks — but we want to take a step back for a week and raffle off something more fun: a Paper Shoot camera!
We’ve been getting a lot of inquiries about the simplistic camera since reviewing it a couple of months ago. The demand has been consistently high, so we decided to get in touch with its distributor for a special giveaway.
Powered by two AAA batteries and made mostly of paper, this camera is still as real as its gets for a digital shooter. The only difference here is it’s a lot more straightforward to use, and much more fun!
The best news? We’re giving away three of these in this week’s Scavenger Hunt!
To be a part of the raffle, all you have to do is follow the mission brief below:
Step 1: Share this post and tag three friends
Share this post on Facebook, tag three of your friends, and make sure to tag GadgetMatch as well.
Use the following caption: “Join the GadgetMatch Scavenger Hunt and win a Paper Shoot camera!”
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Step 3: Complete and submit the entry form
Anyone, anywhere in the world can enter.
You have until noon of September 4 (Taiwan time, GMT+8) to submit your entries. Only one entry per person will be allowed. Winners will be picked live on our Facebook page next Monday, September 4 at 8PM.
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Sony launches the Alpha 1 mirrorless camera
With a 50.1-megapixel main sensor
With camera technology these days, mirrorless cameras are swiftly approaching the boundaries set forth by professional DSLR and SLR cameras. Today, Sony launched the Alpha 1 with the tallest promise for mirrorless cameras.
As the name suggests, the Alpha 1 plans to become the premium-tier of the mirrorless camera segment. The full-frame mirrorless camera sports a 50.1-megapixel stacked Exmor RS main image sensor. The camera has two blazing fast Bionz XR processors which features 759 phase detection points and can shoot up to 155 RAW images (or up to 165 JPG images) at up to 30 frames per second.
Outside of the camera’s insides, it also has an amazing 9.44-million dot OLED Quad-XGA electronic viewfinder with a 0.90x zoom.
In the video department, the Alpha 1 can shoot videos of up to 8K resolution and at 30p. Alternatively, it can shoot 4K videos at up 120 frames per second, pushing the boundaries of action photography.
All of these impressive specs are housed inside a lithe 737g body, making it a perfect companion outside of a professional camera. The Alpha 1 will officially come out sometime in March this year and will retail for US$ 6,500.
SEE ALSO: Sony ZV-1 Hands-On
Sony ZV-1 Hands-On
Casual shooting made easier!
Sony reimagines point-and-shoot cameras with its digital camera, ZV-1. Built to capture picture-perfect moments, the Sony ZV-1 houses a lot of exceptionally smart features.
With intelligent autofocus, flawless fast-tracking, and world-class optical stabilization, shooting videos are a lot uncomplicated. Additionally, you can switch to a bokeh mode with just a single touch, and enjoy a haggard-free face with its built-in beauty mode. Moreover, its screen flips, swivels, and rotates.
Certainly, the Sony ZV-1 is the perfect companion for all your casual shooting needs. It surely made casual shooting fun and easier.
Nikon offering free photography classes until December 31
Make your holiday 2020 worthwhile!
The holidays are here but we’re definitely staying at home for the season thanks to the coronavirus. Thankfully, we don’t have to bore ourselves out for there are many indoor activities worth our time. One of them is photography classes by Nikon, which is free to access until December 31.
You don’t need to have a Nikon camera to access the photography classes. A few of them may need exclusive Nikon gear though. But in general, all of them only need the essential gear like a DSLR or a mirrorless camera. You only need to sign up with your name and email address to get started.
So, what can you expect from these free photography classes? Nikon has prepared hundreds of videos featuring experts from the field which will give you tips and advice on making great photos. All the videos cover a wide range of subjects, ranging from basic skills to advanced topics for budding professional photographers.
There is even a special class for taking great photos for the holidays so you end with memorable mementos this 2020 even if you wish to forget that this year really existed. Overall, the classes are really worth taking especially if you brought a new camera gear this or aimed to improve your photography skill at the last minute.
To sign up for the classes, you simply have to sign up with your name and email address. After the free offering expires on December 31, you may need to pay for access to the photography classes. These classes come at US$ 15 to US$ 100, so you’re saving a lot if you grab the free offer from Nikon today.
Source: The Verge
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