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Godox LEDP260C video light review – It’s cheap, but is it good?

In this review I will be taking a look at the Godox LEDP260C, possibly the cheapest decent LED panel video light you can purchase at this moment.

Logitech MX Master 3 Review

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.

I switched to Fujifilm – X-T4 first impressions review

My first impression review of my new camera, the Fujifilm X-T4.

Jaybird Vista follow-up review after 6 months

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.

Don’t Buy the Drobo 5D3 – Review as a Windows user

Using the Drobo 5D3 has been a frustration experience. I would not recommend this device to anyone.

Yi 4K+ review – A worthy successor

The Yi 4K+ is an affordable 4K60 in a small package.

Dell Thunderbolt Dock (TB16) Review: a Promising Look at the Future

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.

YI 4K Action Camera review – Tiny camera, big action

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 Action Camera (hereafter YI 4K). I praised many aspects of the first generation YI Action Camera: It’s cheap, the video quality is comparable to a … Read more

YI Action Camera review

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.