Vacuum Ejectors vs. Other Vacuum Generators

Vacuum ejectors, if you don’t know already, are vacuum producing devices that are simple in design and require just the compressed air or a motive gas to generate vacuum. The reason why they are really simple and require only the motive gas in order to work and generate vacuum is because of the venturi principle. This gives these products a huge advantage over other vacuum generators. Let’s have a deeper look at what benefits they have to offer.

Vacuum Ejectors vs. Other Vacuum Generators

No moving parts: The very first thing you will notice is that vacuum ejectors have no mechanical parts at all. The main reason behind this is that they don’t really need any mechanic or moving parts to generate vacuum. This also serves as a low maintenance because there will be less wear. This further adds another advantage of no vibrations which is also a plus because vibrations can be harmful for parts around the vibrating device.

No heat: When it comes to heat generation, these vacuum pumps win as well. Since they have no mechanical parts and they don’t require electricity or any other energy source to run, they don’t create any heat. This is a huge advantage that sets vacuum ejectors apart from other vacuum generating equipment. Since there is very little or no heat at all, this increases the longevity of the vacuum ejectors as well.

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX10 III Review

Getting your hands on the right photography equipment isn’t just something that happens. You have to search and select the camera best suited for your skillset. And, this requires a lot of research and dedication. That is why, we are bringing Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX10 III, which is great for beginners or amateur photographers, so you don’t have to spend your time searching for a camera and what it has to offer.


Let’s start exploring the features of Sony Cyber-shot DSCS-RX10 III to get a better idea about what this machine has to offer.

Size: Sony Cyber-shot DSCS-RX10 III comes in a size of 5.2 x 3.7 x 5.0 inch. So, it is a pretty small camera. Good for people who don’t like a big machine or for people who travel a lot.

Weight: Sony Cyber-shot DSCS-RX10 III is almost 1,000 grams in weight. This is pretty heavy compared to its competitors in the same category. So, keep this in mind.

Lens and Sensor: A 1 inch-type Exmor R CMOS sensor with BSI construction combined with a 20.10 MP lens and 24-200mm equivalent F2.8 lens surely brings a lot of attention towards this machine.

LCD: Sony cyber-shot DSCS-RX10 III is also equipped with a 1,228,000 dots 3 inch LCD (tilting LCD) and a 1.44M dot electronic viewfinder. Definitely a plus when it comes to media viewing right from your camera.

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ISO, AF and Burst Mode: When talking about the burst and ISO, Sony cyber-shot DSCS-RX10 III isn’t far behind. It comes with an ISO 125 – 12800 (expandable to 80) along with continuous shooting capabilities at 10 fps

Video: this products supports MPEG-4/AVCHD videos at 1080 60p/24p ratings

Battery Life: The battery life of Sony cyber-shot DSCS-RX10 III is a bit on the lower end. Its battery will last 420 shots in a single go.

Built-in Extra Features: You will definitely enjoy the extra features that this products brings in. The fast autofocus with eye detection is definitely something not commonly found among its competitors. The built-in flash, expandable Smart Accessory Shoe, Wi-Fi and NFC are an extra plus for this entry level beast.



Who should buy Nikon D3300?

Whether you are a professional or just a hobbies, you will agree that getting started in the photography isn’t that easy. Yes, technically, all you have to do is to buy a decent camera and you are good to go. But, choosing the right camera that suits your style and skillset can make a huge difference. Imagine buying a DSLR that offers so many features and requires a lot of adjustments to get a good shot as your first camera. This won’t be the end of the world but it definitely will make the task a lot harder for you.

Who should buy Nikon D3300?

So, let’s start by exploring the Nikon D3300 which is a perfect fit for anyone who is getting into the photography field. Nikon D3300 is categorized into a low to mid-range of the DSLRs in the market. This is mainly because Nikon D3300 comes with a decent set of features that are good enough to be used by an amateur photographer and easy enough to be used by a completely newbie. So, if you are a person who is planning on getting into the photography field or you are getting your second or third camera to improve your skillset, Nikon D3300 should be on your shopping list.

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Now, let’s start by looking at what the Nikon D3300 has to offer.

Size: It comes in a size of 4.88 x 3.86 x 2.99 inches which is pretty decent, to be honest. If you don’t have any idea about this sizing then consider this size a medium ranged size. It won’t be too big or too small.

Weight: Nikon D3300 is 460 grams heavy which is, again, very decent. It isn’t the lightest piece of machinery in the market but it isn’t heavy enough to tire you out in half an hour.

Lens and Sensor: This set is equipped with a 24.2 MP camera and APS-C CMOS sensor. If you have no idea about the APS-C and CMOS sensor then don’t worry. APS-C gives you a 1.5x crop factor vs 35mm or Full Frame and CMOS is a technology used to capture the digital images. This is just a general overview, we will suggest you do a thorough research on these if you want to completely understand these terms.

LCD: Nikon D3300 also comes with an LCD screen to look at the photographs you took. It is a 3.0″ 921k-dot LCD. However, the LCD is a fixed LCD. This means that you won’t be able to move or turn the LCD.

ISO, AF and Burst Mode: This machine comes with an ISO 100-12800 (expandable to 25600) and 11-point AF (1 cross-type). You will also be able to capture in 5 fps burst/continuous shooting modes

Video: If you are wondering about the video, Nikon D3300 offers a 1080 60p HD video capability as well

Battery Life: Battery life of the Nikon D3300 is also one of the best in its category. You will enjoy a battery life of 700 shots on this DSLR

Guide Mode: Let’s not forget about the easy to use interface and Guide Mode of Nikon D3300. It is a very user friendly camera with self-explanatory user interface. You will easily navigate through the menu and settings. Its overall design is also a breeze to use. It also comes with a Guide Mode which makes the task of using this device even easier.





Citizen Men’s AW0038-53E Watch Review By A Byte Apart

Who doesn’t love a nice timepiece, right? We all dream of a timepiece that is versatile enough to be used on all occasions or scenarios. However, not every wrist watch is designed for this. Most of these timepieces are designed for certain scenarios like a sports watch or a watch for formal gatherings. But, Citizen Men’s AW0038-53E is a timepiece that will complement every environment and will require very little or no maintenance at all. Which makes using this timepiece a breeze.


Versatility and low maintenance aren’t the only features of Citizen Men’s AW0038-53E, let’s have a thorough look at what this timepiece has to offer.

Size and weight: Since size matters when it comes to wrist watches, let’s start by having a look at the size of this timepiece. The Citizen Men’s AW0038-53E comes with a case diameter 42mm and thickness of 11.5mm. With only 5.44 ounces of weight, this timepiece won’t be hard to carry.

Display: Now, let’s talk about the display. Citizen Men’s AW0038-53E is equipped with an analog display and Mineral crystal dial window. You will be able to see the Calendar date (at 3’0 clock position) as well.

Overall Look: The overall look of this timepiece is quite elegant. The band, which is 22mm wide, is coated with stainless steel and the bezel, which is stationary, is also made up of stainless steel. The overall stainless steel look will rock almost every outfit.

Quartz and water resistance: This timepiece has a Japanese quartz and has water resistance up to 330 ft. So, don’t be afraid to jump in the water while wearing this timepiece.

Battery: The Citizen Men’s AW0038-53E requires very low maintenance thanks to its stainless steel plated body and solar powered batteries. These light powered batteries will free you from the hassle of getting batteries every month.

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All in all, it’s a very decent wrist watch. Nothing really spectacular but considering its low price, it offers a lot more than its competitors. Its water resistance, overall look and maintenance free design will surely keep you happy.

Is Canon EOS 1200D Really Worth It?

If you are someone who is passionate about photography and looking for a way to get into this field then you are at the right place. Picking the right camera that suits your skillset can make a huge difference when it comes to starting photography. It isn’t about having a high end camera but it’s more about getting the right one. And, when it comes to entry level or mid-range DSLRs, you can never go wrong with the Canon.

Canon comes with a wide range of DSLRs including quite a few entry level and low to mid-range DSLRs. When it comes to Canon EOS 1200D, it falls in the lower or entry level DSLRs. This is because of its easy to use and limited features. However, its reasonable price makes up for what it lacks in terms of features when compared to high end DSLRs.


Before any further a due, let’s see what the Canon EOS 1200D has to offer.

Size: 8.7 x 12.3 x 14.2 inch size of the Canon EOS 1200D makes it a medium sized DSLR. It isnt really huge but it isn’t a small piece as well.

Weight: Canon EOS 1200D comes with a 480 grams of weight which is very reasonably considering the dimensions of the machine. You can expect it to be lighter than it looks. With this size and weight, you don’t have to worry about getting tired while holding this for longer periods of time

Lens and Sensor: Comes equipped with a 1 / 2.3 APS-C CMOS sensor and 18 MP camera. It also features a Digic 4 processor. So, not the best among its competitors but not the least either

LCD: Canon EOS 1200D also comes with an LCD screen which helps in looking at your pictures a lot of easier. It is a 3 inch LCD (fixed).

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ISO, AF and Burst Mode: When it comes to ISO, it comes with a 100-6400 ISO range and 3 fps burst or continuous shooting. The autofocus is a 9 point autofocus (f/5.6 cross-type AF point at center).

Video: Canon EOS 1200D features a 1080p HD full video capturing functionality

Battery Life: When it comes to battery life, Canon EOS 1200D isn’t the best in its category. It will deliver 500 shots per charge which isn’t the best but quite reasonable.

Aluminum body: The aluminum body of the Canon EOS 1200D is certainly a plus especially if this is your first DSLR. Yu can never go wrong with an aluminum casing when it comes to safety.



Kids and Remote Control Cars

The history of remote controlled (or R/C) cars is quite simple. First rc car appeared somewhere in the 1966. First model was Ferrari 250LM, made by Italian company El-Gi. Shortly after that (in the early 1970s), few companies in the US started to manufacture the remote control cars. In 1986, Schumacher Racing Products released their CAT (Competition All Terrain) cars. These wew considered to be best remote control four-wheelers of their time. Later on, Losi and Traxxas became two most popular companies fighting for the market in the US. However, they can find the counterpart in Kyosho, model car compan based in Japan. Mostly, Kyosho is the company that dictates how things should be in the Asian market. So, we have Traxxas and Losi in Us, Kyosho in Asia, and Schumacher Racing Products in Europe.

At first, remote control cars were intended for everyone, but with the technology progress through 1980s and especially 1990s, remote control cars for kids appeared in much great number than until that time. They were very small and very simple remote control cars, and they were made strictly for the begginers, because they couldn’t really do much except few maneuvers and also they were pretty slow.

But what in fact are “remote controlled cars”? Well, they are battery or gas 1/5 scale model cars that can be controlled from a distance using a specialized transmitter (remote). Although the term “R/C” used to mean both “remote controlled” and “radio controlled”, where “remote controlled” vehicles were also those that connected to their controller by a wire, common use of “R/C” today usually refers to vehicles controlled by a radio frequency controller.

Remote control cars can be powered by various sources. You can have electric models, which are powered by powerful electric motors and nickel-cadmium, nickel metal hydride, or simple lithium polymer cells. Also, there are so called “brushed” or “brushless” electric motors. Mostly, fuel-powered rc cars use glow plug engines. These are small internal combustion engines fueled by a special mixture of nitromethane, methanol and oil. Most often, these are referred to as “nitro” cars. In the last few years, exceptionally large models have been introduced. The interesting thing is that they are powered by small gasoline engines, similar to string trimmer motors, and they use a mix of oil and gasoline. Electric cars are generally considered easier for to work with, and maybe they should be your first choice when you’re buying remote control cars for kids. However, your kid can also be professional using electric cars too – all you need are big budget and exceptional skill.

In both of these categories, you can either get on-road or off-road remote control cars. Off-road models, which are built with fully functional off-road suspensions, and a wide tire selection, can be used on various types of terrain, and most often they are made to overcome any obstacle such as bumpy road full of rocks or sand. On the other side, on-road cars are made strictly for nice, smooth roads with no bumps.