Smart home products are growing but take-up is still not massive, which is a rather interesting phenomenon given Singapore’s smart city status. Having reviewed so many smart home products, I have to say that they are indeed not for everyone. After so many years, the…

Aztech, a Singapore electronics manufacturer since 1986, is known for their wide range of consumer tech products like homeplugs, routers, and IP cameras. Their latest IP webcam, WIPC309HD, is with me for review. I have bought Aztech homeplugs and IP cameras over the years, as…

My first digital SLR was a Nikon D70, which was Nikon’s first mid-range DSLR. I then upgraded to the D200, D300 and finally the D600, before I called it a day and retired all my Nikon gear because I stopped shooting professionally. The latest D7500…

Most IP cameras have limited angle of view, generally around 120-degrees. For those who needed a wide coverage, they usually get cameras that can pan and tilt, though they can look bulky and intimidating. Here on review is the D-Link DCS-8100LH home camera that offers…

After a successfully positive review of the Blink Security Camera that runs on 2x AA lithium batteries for up to 2 years, I am excited to share with you yet another battery-operated WiFi home security camera. FREECAM is manufactured by LSVT (Shenzhen Leshi Video Technology).…

LAUT is a company who designs and manufactures smartphone accessories. Headquartered in Hamburg, Germany with offices in Hong Kong and USA, their catalogue are mostly accessories for iPhones, iPads, MacBooks, Samsung Galaxy S7/S8, like casings, cables, chargers, screen protectors. The iPhone casings are quite gorgeous,…

For decades, my desktop never had a webcam, and somehow I did not feel that I needed one. Unlike compact cameras, webcams are built for only one purpose, that is to exist next to the monitor. Then as mobile phones became mainstream and camera quality…

Film is dead, as far as most people know. Fujifilm shifted to making cosmetics using the same philosophy of preventing aging (from film to skin). Lomography thinks otherwise. In 2010, it rescued the very last master roll of 400 ASA film from some renowned Italian filmmakers, kept…