Thursday, March 17, 2016
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Saturday, March 12, 2016
The Mpow iSnap X takes a different approach from other selfie sticks. Instead of offering the monopod portion and two or more separate attachments of varying size and function to secure devices to, Mpow offers a one-piece solution. While this limits this particular selfie stick to securing only iOS- or Android-based smartphones to the end of it, this also greatly enhances its stability and portability. And it really is portable too at only 7.08 inches (18 centimeters) fully collapsed, so it can fit in large pockets while still extending all the way to a useful 31.88 inches (81 centimeters).
The Mpow iSnap X package includes the monopod itself, wrist strap, standard microUSB charging cable, and instructions. As is usually the case with selfie sticks amazon sells, setup is straightforward, i.e., you follow the same basic steps as any other device in this category.
This selfie stick is compatible with most devices (including cameras and smartphones of various models). It is compatible with various models of iPhones (iPhone 6+, 6, 5S, 5, 4S,4) and Androids (Samsung Galaxy S5, S4, S3, Samsung Note 10.1, Google Nexus 4, 5, 7, 8).
According to customer's feedback, it seems that it works really well even with other types of Android phones. The length of the phone should be preferably be less than 13.1 cm (even if it is longer it is fine because the phone holder has one open end) while the width of the phone can go up to 8.5 cm.
The setback of this selfie stick is that the supplier does not officially test the compatibility of this device with other phones (excluding those stated in first paragraph).
Connecting to the iSnap Pro Bluetooth Self-portrait Monopod selfie stick is easy. It’s just a standard Bluetooth connection. Charge up the selfie stick, make sure that your phone’s Bluetooth is on, and then switch the power button on the stick to the “on” position. Your phone should find the device and pair with it automatically. Bluetooth will typically maintain a connection at up to 30 feet. The stick extends to just over 3 feet so this was fine.
There’s only one button to operate the stick. Once the stick is paired to your phone, you simply press the button to snap a photo. There’s no noticeable lag when taking a photo. This process is smooth and simple.
The killer feature of the Mpow iSnap X is the U-Shape design of the phone holder. It folds flat to significantly reduce the size of the selfie stick when not in use as compared with other selfie sticks.
This is a really great feature because it makes it much easier to carry it around with you. This will really be appreciated to those that are walking around an amusement park or other tourist attraction with lots of stuff, in addition to your selfie stick. You can just put it in your pocket or bag when not in use. It also makes it much easier to bring your monopod with you to regular events like a dinner with friends or a party.
At only 7.1 inches long when folded up, the Mpow iSnap X is a great selfie stick when it comes to travel. It can easily slip into a purse or pocket when not in use. Extended, though, it’s no small fry: its full reach is a whopping 31.5 inches. The Mpow iSnap X selfie stick has a built-in Bluetooth remote control, and the battery life is impressive. Set up is simple: it pairs with Smartphones in a minute or less! This selfie stick is durable despite being lightweight. Its U-shaped, spring-loaded clamp makes mounting and dismounting the phone simple and fast. For extra stability, the Mpow iSnap X even comes with an extra wrist strap. The only negative about this selfie stick is the occasional faulty shutter button, but these are few and far between.
The Mpow iSnap Pro has stood out for many people because of the quality of construction and the feature set, despite the low price – often under $20 when on sale. A selfie stick that can pair with both Android and iPhones, it extends to around 40 inches, making it long enough for most people to use for any occasion. Of course, if you want more space and can set your phone up at the correct angle somewhere in a room or public setting, you can also bring the stick back with you to your group and use it to trigger a remote picture. The Mpow iSnap can stay paired with your cell phone over bluetooth up to range of a little over 20 feet. The stick is battery powered and can be recharged with the included Micro USB cable. One of the nicer features is its ability to hold most smartphones that have external cases attached to them. A hinge near the mount of the stick also allows the user to easily adjust the angle of the camera once it is attached.
Friday, March 11, 2016
Heres what Stephen Wayda had to say " Although the Canon 6D has now been out for almost two years, I never had a chance to review it. Since the new Sigma 50mm f/1.4 Art series lens was initially available only for the Canon mount, I requested the Canon 6D with the lens from our trusted partner B&H Photo Video. My aim was to review both, as I had been planning to review the 6D for a long time now. Ever since I reviewed the Canon 5D Mark III, our readers have been asking us to test out other Canon DSLRs, including the 6D. So this was a good opportunity to catch up, although quite late." Well, better late than never, I guess! Instead of covering everything in much detail though, I will be mostly summing things up based on my three month experience with the camera and feedback from others – I don’t think there is a need to spend a lot of time on this, especially after the camera has been in the market for so long and reviewed by so many people. Read more aboue Wireless Remote Control for Digita OS Digital Camera
Heres what Gina Geigley had to say "The Canon 6D is the world's second-best DSLR regardless of price, right behind the very similar Canon 5D Mark III. If you're in the market for a full-frame DSLR for ultimate technical quality and super-fast autofocus for action, but don't want to pay extra for (or carry the weight of) the 5D Mark III, the 6D is about 95% of the 5D Mark III for a lot less money. I own both, and see and feel very little difference between them"
The CMOS sensor found in the Canon 6D is nearly identical to the one found in the Canon 5D Mark III – quality is the same. Pixel-level detail of this CMOS full-frame sensor is capable of producing incredibly detailed images with beautiful color. I have printed large format prints from the 6D, up to 40×60, and the level of detail and color rendition is excellent. Just as important as image quality is, however, is pre-visualization and getting the right information on the sensor. Image quality is only as good as visual quality! : ) More on DSLR cameras
- Excellent image quality
- Great low light/high ISO capabilities
- Full-frame shooting at an "affordable" price
- Built-in WiFi and GPS
- Good performance and service overall
- Sophisticated feature set for the price
- For deals check out DigiCamDeal
- No built-in flash
- Single SD/SDHC/SDXC card slot (vs. Nikon D600's dual card slot)
- Slightly soft images on default settings (depending on lens used)
Thursday, March 10, 2016
Most T-Mobile plans are unlimited. But once you hit a certain threshold on its faster, 4G LTE network, T-Mobile will cut your speed to 128 kilobits per second — about twice the speed of dial-up modems, for those who remember them. You’ll get back to the fast lane when the next billing cycle starts.
For individuals, plans start at $50 per month, which will deliver unlimited talk, text, and data. This basic plan, though, only entitles you to 500MB of high-speed, 4G data (more on this below). For an additional 2GB of high-speed data, you’ll need to shell out an extra $10 a month (for a total of $60). And if you want unlimited high-speed data, that will cost you $70 per month. The plans also address hotspot use, which we’ll address in a later question. Tmobile also run promotions from to time the latest is this cool selfie stick from amazon giveaway promotion . Sign up and get yourself one today
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The total cost from T-Mobile if you want an additional 2GB of data is as follows: You’d pay $50 for unlimited voice and text messaging and 500MG of high-speed data for your smartphone and 500MB of data to use mobile hot-spot services. If you want to add more 3G/4G data for your smartphone, you’d pay another $10 for 2GB for a total of 2.5GB of data for your smartphone only. If you want more data so you can attach Wi-Fi enabled devices via your phone, you’d pay another $10 for 2GB of hot-spot data, giving you 2.5GB of data to use for the mobile hot spot.
Family plans are similar, but with higher pricing. The base plan for two lines brings the same unlimited talk, text, and 500MB of high-speed data for $80 per month. Increasing your amount of high-speed data, however, will increase your bill $20 per tier (for 2GB or unlimited).
The “Unlimited” Data can get up to 5GB of 4G speed data to your phone. While you don’t lose your data after that point, your speed will be dropped considerably to where it is almost unusable. The data speeds drop to 2G after you use up your 5GB of data.
T-Mobile wants to put a phone in your hands free of charge when you sign up for one of their prepaid plans. This offer is valid on the “Un-carrier’s” Simply Prepaid, Simple Choice Prepaid, and Simple Choice No Credit plans. Well, not technically free of charge. You will have to pay for the device up front, but you’ll get a mail-in rebate up to a $50 value to cover the cost of the device. Yeah, $50: that’s the kind of price-range we’re looking at here for these phones.
T-Mobile’s $30 plan is one of the best values data values in prepaid. It only includes 100 voice minutes, but there’s unlimited messaging and unlimited data with the first 5 GB/month at full speed before throttling to 120 Kbps. Unfortunately, this plan is saddled with restrictions. It’s available only online or with new phones purchased at Walmart and requires activating a new account with a new SIM. If you have this plan and switch to another plan you can’t switch back to it without activating another new SIM! To get this deal you need to activate a T-Mobile Prepaid Activation kit (a SIM and an activation PIN) online at prepaid-phones.t-mobile.com/prepaid-activate.
The best way to maximize your savings with T-mobile’s prepaid plan is to purchase a $100 refill card right off the bat. That way you have instant “gold rewards” status — you pay only ten cents a minute (1000 minutes for $100) for talk time, ten cents for each text message (sent or read), and your minutes are good for a full year. While there are other prepaid plans that offer ten cents a minute (Net10 being the only one I know of, actually) their refill cards all expire after 90 days. If you are like me and don’t use your cell phone every day, or don’t make too many calls each day and keep your calls short and to the point, a $100 refill card can last a full year or longer — costing you less than $10 a month for cell phone service.
Regardless of whether the T-Mobile plan is a good fit for you, it’s a good reminder that you should occasionally review your monthly data, voice and text usage to see if you’re getting the most out of your plan or if you could be saving money by switching plans or providers.
Remember that for any plan you select, you will not have to commit to using the service for a set length of time. So, provided that you’ve paid off any new device that you buy you can end your service at any time without penalty.