Tag Archives: summer

The Zero Breeze Portable Air Conditioner Keeps You Cool Outdoors

Lord knows it’s been hot this summer. On some of those blazing days, air conditioning can be a lifesaver. But what about when you need to be outside and there seems to be no respite from the heat. Why can’t we just bring the air conditioning outside? A startup tech company based in San Francisco is trying to do just that with the Zero Breeze. Consisting of rotary compression refrigeration technology and Dupont R-134a refrigerant (which is reportedly environmentally- and ozone- friendly), the new device…

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The Perfect Nikon Camera For Summer

Summer in Canada is here for such a short time, and that means you’ll want to capture every minute of it. Snapping quick pics on you phone is great for that, but to get real quality and versatility, perhaps it’s about time to invest in a proper camera. Here are three great Nikon cameras that will help you make the most of the last few precious summer weekends. Nikon D5300 with 18-55mm VR II This is Nikon’s first camera with Wi-Fi capabilities, and that means you…

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Take Photos On The Go With Canon’s EOS M3 Camera

It doesn’t matter if you’re on a summer hiking trip, backpacking through Europe or enjoying the summer downtown – when the weather is hot, you want to keep your load light. Unfortunately for budding photographers, making the most out of summer means taking a camera bag large enough to fit your DSLR. Camera phones and point-and-shoot cameras can only do so much. If you want stunning shots, it’s best to have a Canon EOS camera by your side. With the Canon EOS M3, you don’t…

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This Summer, Enhance Your Videos with A Canon EOS Camera

Are you tired of snapping vacation pics with your smartphone? Do you want to shoot a video in higher quality than what your iPhone or Android camera can provide? If you’re looking to take your photos and videos to the next level this summer, then the Canon’s EOS Cameras are just for you. The EOS Rebel SL1 Body is ideal to travel with, as it only weighs around 13 ounces — making it the world’s smallest and lightest SLR camera. So if you’re planning on vacationing somewhere…

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Take Selfies with Cool Filters with the PowerShot N2

Many consider the May long weekend to be the official kick-off of summer. With cottage trips, BBQ’s, soccer games, and more, there’s countless seasonal events  you’ll want to take a camera to snap selfies and document fun summer moments. Canon digital cameras are programmed with features ideal for taking all types of photographs — whether they be a landscape of a cool new location you’ve scouted out or an up-close selfie of you and your friends. The Canon PowerShot N2 comes with a 2.8 inch LCD screen — more than wide enough…

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Your outdoor summer action shot can win you tons of prizes

{{unknown}}The great outdoors pretty much call your name constantly now that summer-sun is constantly shining down from the skies. Smack dab in the peak of the summer season, July is the month to travel, hike, play, or pretty much do anything outdoors. With temperatures at a comfortable level (and not alarmingly hot like in August) and mostly everyone out of school, or primed to take some vacation time off work (who even does that in June?), July begs you to go have fun outside. Just…

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Colourful Photos Of Canada Can Win You A New Camera

There is more than just warm weather that signifies the arrival of summer. People are out and about, bugs fly through the air, flowers and green are seen everywhere, creating an abundance of colour unseen since winter started. When nature gets bright and vivid, so does fashion, as Summer wear pops with lively colours and shades, adding to the many rainbows you can see just about anywhere you look during the Canadian summer. Animals, plants, and people alike have dealt with the drab cold for…

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Snap Out of It: The Cure to Chronic Daydreaming

I’ll be the first to admit it: I’m a chronic daydreamer. The recurring daydream I have? Vacationing to far away places that I have neither the time nor budget to explore. My current solution to this chronic daydreaming is using my iPhone or laptop to incessantly research, Facebook, Instagram, and Tweet about these far off places. Unsurprisingly, this rampant Internet activity has only heightened my daydreams and left me pining for adventure. So, you ask, what is the cure for the chronic daydreamer during the summertime with a…

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