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  • What are the best sports headphones under £50?
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    • 3 months ago
    Hi Davidsonreviews, I might be slightly biased but I think the JVC et50s are a good deal; there is lots of good reviews online for them https://www.peddler.com/gb/product/jvc-ha-et50bt-ae-wireless-bluetooth-sports-in-ear-headphones-earphones-with-magnetic-earbuds

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    • 3 months ago
    Apple iPhone XR 128GB
    From: $1,175.89
    • 5 out of 5
    I have used this phone a number of times as my partner owns one. I first used the iPhone XR when it was released in the Apple Store.
    The CameraAt first I was disapointed, however, this was just after it's offical launch. In 2019, the camera on the XR is excellent. I have taken several photos using both the front and rear camera in different settings. IWhen I was in a low light restuant, I compared photos with the XR and the One Plus 7. The XR produced better photos in that situation. I found the Pixel 3A took better landscape shots than the XR.

    The DesignAs the XR is cheaper than the X, the bezels are slightly bigger. However, the display is still excellent quality. I have watched films on this phone and it's still a good experience. While the viewing experience may not be as good as a tablet or laptop, it's still very useable for entertainment.

    Overall, the XR is well built and performances. This is a strong iPhone that can easily compete with other flagship phones.

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    • 3 months ago
    Google Home Mini Smart Speaker
    From: $77.09
    • 5 out of 5
    For a number of years I had used the Google Home app on my Android smatphone to ask questions so I got one of these . Setup was straight forward and took around 10 minutes. Unfortuntely, this device has to be paired to a Wifi connection to work and will refuse to work without a constant connection.
    The microphone is incredible powerful, my Google Home Mini speak can easily hear me up to 10m away in my flat. I would say 95% of the time my speaker understands what I say which I find very impressive. One of my favourite features is asking the speaking to play to radio. In addition to this, you can use the speaker to make free phone calls.
    Overall, this is a product I use very reguarly. I paired to speaker with my Wifi bulbs so it's great to use voice commands like "turn off all the lights" when I'm leaving my flat. If you reguarly use the Google voice app on your smartphone, this is a great product to have.

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    • 3 months ago
    Canon EOS 200D Body - Black
    From: $632.45
    • 5 out of 5
    I bought this camera as I broke my Nikon D5300 which I had been using for five years. I switched to Canon for one main reason, and that was continous AF (autofocus). In a lot of situations, I am not able to change the focus without interupting the video so being able to move the camera while it focus' automatically is excellent useful. To this day, I use this feature for unboxing videos and it worked every time. Did I mention this is one of Canon's smallest and lighest DSLR's?
    Good-Excellent value
    -Great image quality
    -Flawless continous AF
    -Variety of video frame rates
    -Very small and light for a DSLR

    Bad-Slightly expensive kit lens
    -Touchscreen picks up a lot of fingerprints
    -Plastic used in the body-

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    • 3 months ago
    Is there a better alternative to the DJI Osmo Pocket for filming on the move (with a £300-£600 budget)?
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    • 3 months ago
    GoPro Fusion
    From: $496.41
    • 4 out of 5
    I used this camera for my final year project while studying BSc Digital Art and Technology (Live Media Design) at the University of Plymouth. While I was using this, I was testing the Ricoh Theta V, a main competitor to GoPro. Compared to other 360 cameras, the Fusion takes the best quality images. The design is lightweight and compact making it great for travel vloggers. The stabilization is not great as you can tell from the video I have attatched.
    The audio quality of the microphone worked well in some environements and not so great in others. Overall this is a great camera and I would recommend it to anyone trying to get into 360 photography.

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    • 3 months ago
    Nikon D5300 24.2MP DSLR Camera - Black Body Only
    From: $620.79
    • 5 out of 5
    I'll go as far as saying this camera has changed my life. I decided to invest in this because I needed a camera that was small and powerful. This camera has literally taken a dunk in the sea and it is still working to this day. It has been used for film making, professional photography and taking causal shots with friends. While I am thinking of upgrading to another body, it will always be my first real camera. My outlook on photography has completely changed this using it and I never want to stop exploring what is capable of. For both vlogging and making short films, the screen being able to flip out is immensely useful.
    Good-excellent image quality.
    -large flip out display has come in use hundreds of times.
    -portable and lightweight body

    Bad-Microphone port broke.
    -Buttons become sticky making it awkward to navigate through menus

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    • 3 months ago
    Canon EOS 77D Digital SLR Camera - Body
    From: $981.02
    • 4 out of 5
    I used this camera while travelling in Italy. The DSLR is full of features, including a flip out display, Wi-fi, Bluetooth, time-lapse mode and more. Most of the photos I have added are using the Canon 24-105 mm full-frame lens. With this body, it's a great setup.
    ProsGreat image and video quality
    Packed with features
    Touchscreen display great for viewing images

    ConsNo GPS
    Value - Canon has only just caught up in adding 60 FPS to their DSLR's
    No image stabilization (however, does have has digital video stabilization)
    No environmental sealing
    Confusing between this model and the Canon 800D #canon

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    • 3 months ago
    Seagate Expansion Portable 1 TB
    From: $60.95
    • 5 out of 5
    This is a review for the 2TB model. Having used this for the last year continuously, I feel I have had a good opportunity to fully test this. As I'm a videography and photography, I regularly use this for backing up all my projects. I've even backed up my 400+ YouTube I've been making since 2009. This is used a lot of my Windows PC, however, I sometimes use it with the iMacs that are at my University.
    ProsGreat speed with USB 3.0
    Compatible with USB 2.0 ports
    A sleek and simple design
    Excellent value
    Plenty of storage for all you pictures, videos, films and music

    ConsSometimes gets hot
    During busy use hard drive will produce a quiet rumble
    Computer sometimes thinks the hard drive is still being used
    Some compatibility problems with Apple iMacs

    OverallDespite the negative points I've added, this hard drive is still working perfectly to this year. I cannot recommend it enough to anyone else who needs high quality storage at excellent value.

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