The Leica TL2 brings mirrorless cameras to point-and-shoot size

Leica constantly has a brand-new artisan camera up its sleeves and today’s statement is no different. The T series cams have actually constantly been the size of an everyday point-and-shoot, but the TL2 presents a brand-new 24-megapixel APS-C sensor, making it worth shooting with the interchangeable lenses that range from 17mm to 200mm in focal length.

It’s quite outstanding, no matter how you spin it or what your requirements are as a photographer. However, if you’re a sports or action shooter then you’re going to discount the TL2’s continuous shooting speeds– it peaks at 7 fps (with mechanical shutter) and 20 fps (with electronic shutter). read more

Google Maps now lets users add wheelchair accessibility details for locations

Back in December, Google lastly included accessibility information to Maps. It was a long-awaited addition, however a very welcome one for the more than 3 million individuals in the United States who need wheelchair availability. As we kept in mind at the time, nevertheless, the offered info still left a lot to be wanted. Maps has actually presently gathered availability information for nearly 7 million locations, however even with databases like Wheelmap, there were still some quite huge spaces throughout the nation. read more

Apple just released the first iOS 11 beta to everyone

Are you thrilled about checking out the brand-new functions created for iOS 11? If so, Apple just launched the first public beta of iOS 11 now available to download for everybody. You do not have to pay $99 for a developer account to download it. However keep in mind, it is still a beta.

While the company still prepares to release the last version of iOS 11 this fall, Apple is going to launch regular public betas over the summer season. In this manner, the company can straighten out the bugs and evaluate brand-new functions on a big group of users. read more