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The Logitech MX Master 3 is a fantastic mouse for creatives. The endless options the extra buttons give you make it perfect for work inside all of the Adobe Creative Applications.
My first impression review of my new camera, the Fujifilm X-T4.
I’m still using the Jaybird Vista on an almost daily basis. They’re not perfect and I do have a few complaints, but for me and what I do, they are a solid 9 out of 10.
Using the Drobo 5D3 has been a frustration experience. I would not recommend this device to anyone.
The Yi 4K+ is an affordable 4K60 in a small package.
The TB16 hasn’t been perfect in the past year or so I’ve been using it. What I like about the TB16, and what I don’t like, will be discussed in this review.
Note: This review contains affiliate links. Following up from the cheaper YI Action Camera it’s now time to have a look at its bigger (and younger) brother, the YI 4K…
The Yi Action Camera is cheap but still delivers good quality, high-resolution videos. In this review, I’ll go over the build, the photo and video quality and a few other niceties of it.