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08Apr

Ricoh GR III: Ricoh’s Compact APS-C Camera Finally Gets In-Body Stabilization And More

Like many, we enjoy the portability of compact cameras, but find it hard to live with the image quality you can squeeze out of 1-inch and smaller sensors.  Luckily, there have been a few compact offerings housing an APS-C sensor, allowing us to shoot images comparable to DSLR quality without the cumbersome size. It’s one of the reason why Ricoh’s GR line has grown to become a cult favorite and, this year, it’s getting a refresh in the form of the...

08Apr

Ricoh’s Flagship Theta Z1 360-Degree Cam Steps It Up With Pro-Grade Features

We’re not too familiar with how well Ricoh’s Theta line of 360-degree cameras have been selling. Given how the company has expanded their roster since the original 2013 launch, we’re guessing they’ve been moving a decent number of units. That expansion continues in 2019 with the Ricoh Theta Z1. A new flagship model for the 360-degree camera line, the device is fitted with high-end consumer capabilities, pushing it a lot closer to professional-grade rigs than the typical cameras people use when capturing spherical content for...

08Apr

Logitech G MX518 Revives the Much-Beloved Classic Gaming Mouse

It didn’t have the fancy features and overwrought design of many gaming mouse, but the MX518, which first came out in 2005, remains one of the most beloved gaming peripherals among PC gamers. Simply put, few peripherals have managed to achieve its perfect combo of ergonomics, performance, and price, which prompts longtime PC gamers to look back on it very fondly. And that’s the reason why it’s coming back in the form of the Logitech G MX518. That’s right, Logitech is resurrecting...

08Apr

Sony’s Rugged RX0 II Action Cam Has A Tilting LCD For Easier Selfie Shots

If your last action cam bid its untimely farewell after succumbing to an accidental drop, an unfortunate crash, or falling in the water, it might be time to invest in one that can survive all of that. Something like the Sony RX0 II. The second generation of Sony’s rugged action cam, the device retains the same hardwearing qualities as its predecessor, allowing it to submerge in 33 feet of water, get crushed by 400 pounds of force, and drop down from heights...