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Crenova XPE496 vs. RAGU Z498 Mini Projector Review

Packing a projector into a small portable chassis can be tricky. Because it puts a ceiling on the kind of visual performance you can expect to draw from the unit. And that’s not the least of it. There are implications for almost every element of design, from its power efficiency to its brightness. Which can make picking a mini projector somewhat tricky. But choosing between …

First-Look Review of the Canon XA50 & XA55 Professional Camcorder

How many cameras can capture 4K content? More than a couple. But there’s a big difference between high quality 4K and lower quality 4K. There’s also a world of difference to be found between having or not having good autofocus features, how accessible those features are, and how adaptable your camcorder can be in various lighting circumstances. That can make higher-quality professional camcorders a little …

VIVIBRIGHT f30 vs. BOMAKER HD Projector Review

What kind of differences are there between a pair of 1080p projectors? Well, there can actually be a pretty big difference. Because when it comes to projecting images, far more matters to your experience than resolution alone. You’ve got to think about brightness, contrast, and far more. Since running a projector instead of a TV tends to be more complicated, picking a good projector a …

First-Look Review of the Canon VIXIA HF G60 Camcorder

As more and more cameras are capable of capturing 4K content, it can be tough to distinguish good cameras from great cameras. But as has often been the case, high end camcorders really shine through their implementation of special shooting features paired with higher quality hardware. Which means there will always be a good reason to pick a higher-end camera, even if those reasons are …

VANKYO Performance V600 vs. WiMiUS P18 – Which Projector Should You Get?

What’s the difference between one projector and another? It partially depends on what you plan on doing with them. Because if you’re only going to create a 60” screen, then you can get away with using a fairly modest machine, and still end up with a nice looking media presentation. But how about if you plan on stretching your projection out towards the 150” mark? …