Skip to main content


Showing posts from May, 2013

Sigma 120-300m F2.8 DG OS HSM (s) Review

Sigma 120-300m F2.8 DG OS HSM (S) – Part 3
Following our Part 1 & Part 2 Reviews of this excellent lens, the editorial team was contemplating to
whether we should do up a Part 3 review. Then fated as it is, an avid reader & follower of this site feedbacked
that my experimentation of posting unedited raw reviews direct from users doesn’t work on the Part 2 review.
Taking careful considerations that links from this site were frequently shared on other photography sites like dpreview, hardwarezone, photography-on-the-net etc, I had decided to re-edit the article almost immediately upon receiving
the feedback from Shawn Quek. Thank you Shawn for the head up!
To reward Shawn for providing us valuable feedback, I decided to invite Shawn to be the reviewer for the Part 3 review.
We met at East Coast Park, Singapore on last Sunday morning and after explaining to Shawn on the functions/modes/buttons on the new Sigma 120-300mm F2.8 DG OS HSM (S), I handed over the lens to him. Let’s h…

Canon DIGIC 6 Image Processor

Renowned for their superb picture quality, responsive handling, extended battery life and fast processing speeds, DIGIC Image Processors have set the standard for functionality and performance since their ground-breaking introduction in 1999. With the latest-generation Canon DIGIC 6 Image Processor, image quality has been improved to bring exceptional clarity to low-light shooting. Advanced noise reduction helps produce expressive images with beautiful contrast and crisper detail than ever before when shooting in low light at high ISO speeds. The new DIGIC 6 Image Processor also enables significantly advanced video capture with enhanced Dynamic IS for reduced camera shake, and MP4 video recording for improved playback on mobile devices.SX280 HSCurrent model(s) listed only.
Movies can now be recorded at a frame rate of 60 fps as a result of the improved processing power of the new DIGIC 6 Image Processor. Recording at 60p means recording twice the number of frames as 30p, so fast moving…