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Sony Cyber-shot DSC-WX800 Camera Features 30x Zoom, 18.2 Megapixels, 10fps Burst Shooting

The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-WX800 is the world's smallest camera with a 30x, 24-720mm zoom lens. The WX800 also has Fast Intelligent AF and responsive Eye AF to help capture even distant subjects beautifully, while built-in Wi-Fi/NFC makes sharing easy. There's an 18.2 million pixel Exmor R CMOS sensor, 180-degree tilting touch-panel LCD screen, BIONZ X processor, 10fps continuous shooting and 4K (3840 x 2160) video recording. The WX800 measures 101.6 mm x 58.1 mm x 35.5 mm and weighs 233g with the battery and memory card fitted. The Sony WX800 will be available in black or white.

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Fujifilm X-T3 Unboxing

Are you patiently waiting for your Fujifilm X-T3 order to arrive? Or just curious about what's inside the box of the latest APS-C camera to hit the market? The Fujifilm X-T3 mirrorless camera has just arrived with us for testing, so here's an unboxing gallery to whet your appetite...

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Canon EOS R Unboxing

Are you patiently waiting for your Canon EOS R pre-order to arrive? Or just curious about what's inside the box of the latest 35mm full-frame camera to hit the market? The Canon EOS R mirrorless camera and RF 24-105mm kit has just arrived with us for testing, but before we bring you our full Canon EOS R review, here's an unboxing gallery to whet your appetite...

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Kipon Ibelux 40mm f/0.85 Mark II Hands-on Photos

The Kipon Ibelux 40mm f/0.85 is one of the fastest lenses in the world, and it's also now available in shocking pink! Available in a range of mounts for Micro Four Thirds, Sony E and Fujifilm X mirrorless camera, this update of the four-year-old manual-focus original has a new optical design that is claimed to be "distortion free". The pink version is sadly limited to 100 units worldwide, so get your order in quick...

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Google Search’s new featured snippet panel saves you more clicks

Google is introducing an additional format for featured snippets in its search results today. For years, these snippets have appeared at the top of the search results page and featured both images and text that Google thinks are relevant to your query. They are all about Google saving you a click. Today, Google is going beyond this single answer for some queries and introducing a panel that also features relevant subtopics, saving you even more clicks. Google’s canonical example for a query to trigger this new panel is “ Quartz Vs. Granite .” This query brings up the usual snippet, plus subtopics like cost, benefits, weight and durability. Those topics are automatically chosen based on what Google’s algorithms understand about this topic. You don’t need a vs. query to trigger this, though. If you look for something like “emergency funds,” you’ll also see a similar panel. For now, I was only able to trigger these new panels on mobile, but Google says it is rolling out this feature over the coming days, so it may be a while before you spot one in the wild. I was also unsuccessful in triggering them with any other query I tried, but maybe you are luckier than me. Google notes that today’s announcement is part of an ongoing effort to provide more comprehensive results to your questions. This February, for example, Google started showing multiple featured snippets when its systems think a query has multiple interpretations

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