Koffertje in zee:Verreweg de makkelijkste manier om snel geld te verdienen in GTA V is het misbruiken van een bug. Add Fujifilm to the list of camera makers who introduced a $199 rugged waterproof point-and -shoot camera at CES this year. Of the recently announced affordable rugged, waterproof cameras, I think Fujifilm’s new XP60 looks the best. With all those great action shooting features, I think the Fujifilm FinePix XP60 is going to be my first recommendation for my mountain biker and ski buddies who want an inexpensive outdoor point-and-shoot camera. The Fujifilm FinePix XP60 will be available in March of 2013 for a suggested retail price of US $199.95. Up until lately, Sony has dominated the premium compact area of the market with its series of RX100 cameras that squeeze a large 1in sensor inside a relatively slim body. Two years on from the arrival of the original RX100, other manufacturers are launching their own premium compacts with large sensors to challenge the latest from Sony in the form of the RX100 III. What we have here then are two very similar models, each fighting it out to be the best compact in your pocket. So far the G7 X looks to be pulling ahead, but the RX100 III has one or two features up its sleeve.
Though its 1.44 million-dot resolution isn’t class leading, having the option to raise the camera up to your eye is a perk the G7 X doesn’t offer.
As to be expected, both support Raw capture as well as JPEG and there is a pop-up flash on both – the G7 X’s being the marginally larger.
Given that both cameras capture Full HD (1920×1080) video, include stereo audio and include focus peaking for manual focus, you could be forgiven for thinking there’s little difference with regard to video. Those looking at the G7 X shouldn’t be put off by its video performance – it’s more than capable of creating great movie footage, just not to quite the same standard or with the same level of manual control as the RX100 III. The circumference of the G7 X’s lens is larger, but the key difference here is that the G7 X’s control ring clicks as it’s rotated whereas the RX100 III’s rotates silently. The RX100 III’s extremely smooth finish to the body feels as though it could slip from your grasp at any moment, which it did on test, thankfully without causing any lasting damage. Despite battery sizes being near identical in size, it’s the RX100 III that has the better battery life. Another nice touch on the RX100 III is the way the camera can be powered up and down by popping up and retracting the EVF.
Both cameras’ contrast detect autofocus systems provide a spritely performance and lock onto subjects as fast as each another in good light.
As for setting up the autofocus and refining the position of the AF point in the frame, it’s made a much more intuitive process on the G7 X thanks to its touchscreen.
While using the G7 X in continuous shooting mode with a SanDisk Extreme Pro SDHC memory card, I was able to shoot an unlimited number of JPEG files at 6.5fps until the memory card filled. Holding the shutter, I managed to record an impressive 24 continuous Raw files at 6fps before the buffer interrupted proceedings. As one of the key selling points on these cameras, the way the zoom performs is very important. Moving on and testing the start-up times revealed the RX100 III isn’t quite as fast as its rival.
Turning to the rear of the cameras, and as briefly mentioned earlier, the RX100 III’s screen is better if you regularly see yourself holding the camera high above a crowd and want to see what you’re shooting. The RX100 III’s screen displays rich colour and a touch more contrast than its rival, but I did find myself increasing the monitor brightness to +2 from its default setting. After shooting and assessing our test images, we discovered there’s around a 0.3EV difference between the two in terms of exposure. Shots at ISO 3200 and 6400 preserve a high level of detail, but this does drop off at ISO 12,800, which should only be used in worst case scenarios.
The large sensors these compacts employ not only offer superior noise response, they resolve finer details in an image. A thorough examination of our test images also revealed the RX100 III’s in-camera processing applies slightly more sharpening to its JPEGs than the G7 X. Being the newer of the two models, you’d half expect the G7 X to have the higher price tag, but this isn’t the case.
With the G7 X costing around ?169 less, it’s clear that Canon’s intension has been to undercut its direct rival on price to make it one of the first choices for those after a premium compact with a budget of ?500 to spend.
Although there are similarities between these two models, there are a number of differences too. That said, the RX100 III is appealing too and should be the choice of those who want a viewfinder, a faster continuous burst, as well as the best video performance. It’s clear there are pros and cons for each model here, but if your decision comes down to price, it’s the G7 X that gets the nod.
Do you ever find yourself flipping through pages of magazines and stumbling across photos that look like they could double as paintings, the subjects appearing to burst straight out of the print? Simply put, an HDR photo is a highly dynamic photo (HDR itself stands for high dynamic range). When it comes to the perfect scenery for HDR photography, try to choose something with a lot of colors (think places like Times Square in NYC), or a landscape shot at dusk, like a beach or a mountain. Once you’ve chosen your scenery, take out your tripod to ensure that you’re using the same framing for every shot, and shoot your three photos with their different exposure levels. With the software, you’ll be able to merge your photos together, and then complete a process called tone mapping, which is the part that turns your limited-dynamic photo into a high-dynamic one.
If working with HDR photography software sounds terrifying to you, consider a class on photo software so you can become more comfortable in your HDR-producing skills.


While HDR photography can be breathtaking, make sure you don’t limit yourself to just this one type of photography once you’ve mastered it. Je moet namelijk rijk zijn om alle vette shit in GTA V te kopen, maar er is geen cheat voor instant geld. The new Fujifilm FinePix XP60 improves on their previous entry-level rugged camera with a new 16-megapixel CMOS sensor, 60 frames per second full HD video, and an increased depth rating (increased from 16 to 20 feet) thanks to a new double locking system on the battery door. The 60 frames per second 720p HD video and 10 frames per second full resolution burst mode are high-end camera features and it’s a bit surprising to see them in a camera that sells for less than $200. The XP60 gives you rugged reliability with serious action performance for such an inexpensive camera.
The success of the RX100 has seen it pick up numerous accolades and it has become one of the best  choices for those after a practical camera capable of producing excellent image quality, whilst being light, portable and a perfect fit for any pocket.
The Canon PowerShot G7 X also boasts a 1in sensor, but comes with its own set of features and arrives with a price that makes it stand out from the competition. Can Sony’s RX100 III hold onto the title of being the ultimate premium pocket compact, or has Canon mounted the podium and taken the top spot? That said, the 3in, 1040k-dot display theG7 X relies on for compositional purposes has the advantage of being a touchscreen, opening up the opportunity to touch focus and navigate the menu more intuitively – something that can’t be done on the RX100 III’s 1,228k-dot screen. Touching on the contrast-detect AF systems, the G7 X presents 31 AF points next to the RX100 II’s 25, with both offering similar coverage. The RX100 III can shoot as slow as 30secs with an option to shoot in bulb mode for longer exposures.
The RX100 III is superior when it comes to movie recording though with a more generous selection of frame rates, including 24p for a cinematic feel. The G7 X did occasionally struggle to lock onto subjects with its Macro mode deployed, despite having the same minimum focusing distance (5cm) as the RX100 III at the widest end of its zoom. On the RX100 III, instead of instinctively touching the area of the image you’d like the camera to focus on, you’re reliant on entering the Focus Area setting using the Fn button, or assign this to the central button. As can be seen in the examples above, the RX100 III’s Auto White Balance interprets scenes cooler than the G7 X.
From these results, it’s the RX100 III that comes out on top as the better of the two for recording high-speed sequences, particularly if you’re keen on shooting in Raw as opposed to JPEG. Against the stopwatch, the G7 X takes just 1.8secs to get from its widest focal length to full telephoto and the same time was recorded when zooming out. Whereas the G7 X can be switched on to take a shot in 2secs, it took the RX100 III 2.7secs to complete the same task.
Given the touchscreen control on the G7 X and how useful it is for navigating the menu and setting up the camera, I found it the more satisfying to use over a prolonged period of use. The outcome of this is that the RX100 III’s images are just a touch brighter straight out of the camera. Both models allow the user to change the white balance manually, with compensation and white balance bracketing available. It’s not until ISO 800 is reached that the first traces of resolution colour luminance noise start appearing, but it’s by no means as severe as noise produce by smaller imaging sensors.
The same could be said for the contrast – the RX100 III’s JPEGs display just a touch more punch. With a launch price of ?579, which has since dropped below the ?500 mark, it looks a great buy when you compare it against the RX100 III, which has only dropped ?40 from its original launch price of ?699. But how has the manufacturer been able to do this and what does another ?169 get you on the RX100 III that you don’t get on the G7 X? Most importantly, both cameras deliver impressive image quality, but it’s what else you see as a priority that’ll govern which you go for.
Other perks, such as its longer battery life, USB charging and better tilting screen could be argued it’s a camera worth paying the ?170 extra for.
Canon has successfully created their best pocket compact and should be acknowledged for challenging the RX100 III.
If so, i might upgrade to G7x since the Rx100M3 is still too expensive while i can get the G7x for $450. Where a regular photo has a limited range as far as colors and light, an HDR photo is chock full of contrast and luminosity. Back in the day (mid-nineteenth century, to be exact), HDR photos were conceived by layering film negatives.
It’ll take some practice to fully grasp the HDR process, but you’ll reap some amazing rewards once you do. They also added a new dedicated Burst Mode Button next to the shutter release to make it really easy to access the camera’s 10 frames per second full resolution burst mode. It’s perfect for outdoor adventurers on a budget or a worry-free point-and-shoot to bang around the house and car.
He's an avid outdoor enthusiast and spends as much time as possible on his mountain bike, hiking or skiing in the mountains. This pops up from the corner of the top plate and provides an alternative way to framing up a shot in extremely harsh lighting conditions. Add to this the opportunity to adjust exposure manually and to shoot 17MP 16:9 aspect stills while recording, and the RX100 III should be the first choice for serious video users out there. The G7 X feels less likely to slip out of your hand thanks to its subtle mottled finish and pronounced thumb rest at the rear. The G7 X’s arrangement of larger buttons combined with a twin dial on the corner of the body makes for a more enjoyable operating experience.
As to be expected from a metal body, each camera has a premium, hardwearing and robust feel.


The RX100 III manages to acquire focus as close as 30cm from the lens at 70mm, whereas at full telephoto on the G7 X, it can focus within 40cm of a subject. In comparison, 10fps shooting is available on the RX100 III provided the camera is set to its Speed Priority Continuous mode. At the time of writing, the best prices found for the RX100 III were ?669 through WEX, or ?675 through Camera World who were offering it with a leather case and Lexar 16GB 400X Pro SDHC card. Well, it comes down to the fact the RX100 III has an EVF, which must be seen as a useful, but costly addition.
If you’d like more reach from your zoom, a superb touchscreen that ties in extremely well with the menu system and a camera that’s genuinely enjoyable to use and carry in your pocket, the Canon G7 X is incredibly tempting for ?499.
Today, HDR software exists to make your life a little bit easier— or harder, depending on how computer savvy you are. Als je dit dus doet, en meteen weer terug gaat, zijn de zuurstof van je character en de inhoud van het koffertje opnieuw gevuld. The lens is a 5x 28-140mm (35mm equivalent) optical zoom complimented with sensor-shift image stabilization to minimize camera shake in low light and smooth out videos. Being able to just press a different button to shoot an action sequence instead of having to go into a menu to change modes is going to make it a lot easier to capture spontaneous action photos. No major difference here in terms of sensor size or resolution then, but the RX100 III is the faster performer on paper, capable of shooting a continuous burst at a healthy 10fps compared the RX100 III’s slower 6.5fps.
The key difference here is that the RX100 III’s hinge is at the bottom rather than at the top, which means it has better manoeuvrability when you’d like to hold it up and shoot from above. Users will want to be wary of inadvertently adjusting the exposure compensation dial though as we found it easy to knock when rotating the mode dial. The RX100 III can also be charged via USB – particularly useful if you’re stuck for mains power in a remote location, but have a rechargeable portable battery pack to hand. I successfully recorded 47 Extra Fine JPEGs at 10fps and discovered the burst dropped to 6fps when the file format was switched to Raw.
Take into account the G7 X’s zoom operates over a longer range and goes about its business with a less high-pitched operational whir and it comes out on top in this respect. The same can be said for the quick menu that’s accessed via the FUNC.SET button and lists the most frequently used settings down the side of the screen. This, and of course it’s not only out to compete against the G7 X, but also another new premium compact with an electronic viewfinder – the Panasonic Lumix LX100 which was being sold at the same price as the RX100 III at the time of this review. The white on grey text is less garish than the RX100 III’s interface, which could be more overwhelming at first for novices or those upgrading from a basic point and shoot compact. The 60 frames per second video means you can record and play back slow motion video of your kids, pets and friends in action.
Je kunt dus aandelen van een bedrijf kopen, en er vervolgens voor zorgen dat ze omhoog gaan.
There’s even a High Speed Movie Mode that can record at 240 frames per second at reduced resolution. Een mooi voorbeeld hiervan is de Cluckin’ Bel, die je kunt terroriseren door naar hun depot in Paleto Bay te rijden. Om problemen met de politie te beperken kun je met Franklin of Michael een hangar op het vliegveld kopen, dan mag je er vrij rondlopen zonder dat je sterren aan je broek krijgt. Deze trucs blijken overigens niet altijd te werken, je zult het dus zelf moeten uitproberen. In de bovenstaande gevallen is de concurrentie duidelijk, maar voor wie twijfelt over andere rivaliteiten is er een brief aan Michael waarin ze allemaal worden genoemd:Ook handig voor aandelenwinst zijn de missies van Lester, die beschikbaar worden na de eerste heists. Hierin is het de bedoeling dat je CEO’s van een grote bedrijven omlegt, waarna de aandelen van de concurrentie fors zullen stijgen.
Hoewel deze missies een lekker startkapitaaltje opleveren, kun je ze ook bewaren tot je wat meer geld hebt.
Meer gekochte aandelen betekent namelijk ook meer winst.Tot slot krijg je tijdens missies af en toe een hint van vreemdelingen, over toekomstige ontwikkelingen op de aandelenmarkt.
Wanneer je een wietblad op de minimap ziet terwijl je er voorbij rijdt of overheen vliegt, dan weet je dat het kan.
Wanneer je een beetje rond zijn huis gaat cruisen maak je naar het schijnt kans op een random event, waarin een jochie je vraagt om zijn fiets van een dief te redden. Later zal blijken dat dit ventje een miljonairszoon is, en krijg je 100.000 harde dollars in je schoot geworpen.
Soms rijden ze en soms staan ze geparkeerd, houdt je minimap in de gaten voor blauwe stippen. Security Vans zijn wel behoorlijk gepantserd, je zult de achterdeur er daarom behoorlijk van langs moeten geven voordat hij open gaat. Een rijdend busje stop je trouwens het makkelijkst door minstens twee banden lek te schieten.
Bij een geparkeerde Security Van moet je wachten tot er een mannetje met een koffer op komt dagen, schiet hem neer en de buit is van jou. Parkeer je auto vlak voor de ingang, ga naar binnen en richt je geweer op de winkelbediende.
Doe dit wel pas als de eerste kassa helemaal is leeggehaald.Ook wapenwinkels kun je overvallen, dit doe je door je geweer te richten voordat je de deur in gaat. De medewerkers zullen je niet helpen, maar ook hier geldt dat de inhoud van jou is wanneer je op een kassa schiet.Een andere truc voor snel geld is het neerschieten van mensen nadat ze een geldautomaat bezocht hebben.



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