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Samsung Galaxy Note 10 SM-N970F/DS 256GB
3.9
(5)
£459.00
a year ago
Good. The pen is very useful. The only annoyance is the fingerprint reader that is integrated into the screen - no height.
Apple Siri Remote
3
(9)
£54.16
4 years ago*
Stylish but had preferred "arrow buttons" instead of the touch plate. Since it is too small and slippery as a soap.
*Edited 4 years
Microsoft Wireless Desktop 800 (Nordic)
4.2
(31)
5 years ago*
Good buy. Top Value!
*Edited 5 years
Nikon Coolpix A
4
(2)
6 years ago*
Bought this camera on Cyberphoto for sale for 3990 SEK. I'm very happy with the camera and it is a superb addition to my Nikon SLR. It has its limitations, but this also means that one is forced to think a little, for really good pictures, it can undoubtedly take. Can recommend Coolpix A to those who want to develop and have a compact camera that takes pictures as well as an SLR. Are you looking for a "point-and-shoot" may be looking on. Plus: + Excellent image quality, among other things, thanks to the APS-C sensor + Good optics + It is possible to squeeze out a lot of the pictures if you shoot RAW in comparison with other more advanced compact cameras I've used. + Hot Shoe + The menus are similar to those found in Nikon's DSLR cameras, which I like + The camera is quite compact and slips into your trouser pocket + Quite affordable at present Less: - No image stabilization - Movie feature is well hidden in the camera menus (Located in the menus below the button next to the screen) - No zoom (which does not bother me) - Fixed focal length 28 mm - Slightly slow - Not for the lazy
*Edited 6 years
Nikon Speedlight SB-400
4.4
(19)
£5.95
6 years ago*
Using this together with my Nikon D60 and is very pleased. One of the best photo-related purchases I made. + Small and compact + Good Price + Large Unlike conventional embedded flash units + Swivel in height - Are of course better lightning but then it costs usually more.
*Edited 6 years
Nokia Lumia 520
4.1
(38)
£89.99
6 years ago*
For 799 SEK, it was a very affordable phone. Have had it for about six months and are very pleased with how it works. It is a bit slower than the Nokia Lumia 620 (which I previously owned and have been very happy with) but it is not so slow as to be disturbed by it. Lumia 520 is a budgetlur but for 799 SEK, which I paid, it is clearly a clip. Plus * Very good phone considering the price (799 ¤) * Windows Phone 8 / 8.1 works very well Less * Original shell is slippery as soap * Slightly slower than eg Lumia 620
*Edited 6 years
Nikon D60 + 18-55/3.5-5.6 VR
4.4
(19)
7 years ago*
Good entry-level camera. Fairly compact for SLR. Is Now (2014) somewhat outdated as it lacks video recording and Live View, but as I said a good entry-level camera for the beginner who is willing to buy a copy. on the used market, and instead spend the money on good optics and accessories such as flash and high-speed memory. 10 megapixels is more than enough to print paper photos in normal size. I've had my D60 for four or five years and it has really been a camera I developed and it still goes like a clock, never messed up.
*Edited 7 years
Canon CanoScan 9000F
4.1
(7)
10 years ago*
Quick Scanner which generally gives good results. The software included (Elements 8, SilverFast SE) is great and offers great value. The specified maximum resolution should be taken with a grain of salt, it says nothing about the actual resolution, which is said to be at 1700 dpi, and the only thing that gets bigger with the maximum resolution, the file size and the grains (on film). The advantage of a flatbed scanner is that it scans all possible. The downside is that it's a bit of a "jack-of-all-trades - master of none", ie is mediocre at many things. A real negativ-/diaskanner mid-range and up are better if you scan slides and småbildsnegativ (35 mm) when the real film scanners have higher effective resolution (usually +3000 dpi), better density range, etc. but for paper photos do 9000F adequate job. Recommended primarily for those who want to scan documents, paper photos with good results, and 35 mm-negativ/dior if you are not too picky.
*Edited 7 years
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