In this week's episode of the Technically Correct Podcast, the hosts talk about their recent trip to London and all their photography experiences, joys and woes along the way. Gear, lighting, post-processing... it's a DSLR nerd's paradise to open the show this week.
With the upcoming announcement of new iPhones, we take a look at the second-hand iPhone market; looking at just how screwy the figures appear upon first glance and how it can all be explained. Then we get real nerdy about CPU architectures to round off the show, focussing on the newly reignited debate of ARM Macs thanks to a post by Jean-Louis Gassée.
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- Amazon: Flexible Bracelet Shaped Hidden Mini USB Flash Drive
- Canon EOS 650D
- Canon EOS 300D
- Mark's 500px page
- Richard's 500px page
- The Guardian: London's light beam: the best photographs of Spectra
- Adobe Lightroom
- New York Times: Selling an Old iPhone? Here Are Things to Consider
- Macintel: The End Is Nigh
- Cult of Mac: Ex-Apple Exec says Macs could run on ARM processors by 2016
- Geekbench: Mac Benchmarks
- Geekbench: iPhone, iPad, and iPod Benchmarks