Snapsort just got better! So we are giving away a Nikon D3100

We are excited to announce some new features that we have added to Snapsort as well as the opportunity to win some FREE STUFF (including a Nikon D3100)!

New Additions to Snapsort

  • User Contributed Videos – Sometimes words alone don’t do a camera justice.  Video to the rescue!  Snapsort has added tree types of videos:
    • Camera reviews
    • Sample videos from the cameras
    • How-to tutorials

     

  • User Voting – We recognize that many of our users know a lot about cameras and photography, and we want to incorporate that expertise into Snapsort.com. We’ve implemented the first revision of our comparison voting system. When you compare two cameras, you will be able to vote and see how other people have voted on different aspects of the camera.

 

  • More Information – The more info the better when it comes to making decisions, so we’ve added the following info to our DSLR and mirrorless camera reviews:
    • HDR – in camera high dynamic range capabilities
    • Panorama mode
    • 3D
    • Weather sealed
    • Autofocus type (contrast-detect, phase-detect, # of focus points, # of cross-focus points, lag)
    • Movie autofocus type (see above)
    • Sensor cleaning
    • External mic
    • Shutter lag
    • Battery life (# of shots per battery charge using CIPA standards)

Contest Details

Last but not least we REALLY REALLY want your help in determining:

  • What features to build next
  • How to improve on existing features

This is the part where we ask you to help celebrate these new features and give us feedback on how to improve.
Help us improve – Win a Nikon D3100
You could win this great DSLR just by providing us with your well thought out feedback. Simply blog to your audience about our latest changes and how we can improve.  Be sure to give examples and specifics that we can reference in order to make the improvements.  We will also send you a Snapsort T-shirt as big giant thank you just for participating (free shipping to the continental US). We’ll have runner up prizes as well, 10 sweet Photojojo camera lens mugs. So what are you waiting for, get on your blog and tell us how great/horrible we are!

Tell Your Friends

Tweet about us by retweeting this message “Chance to win a Nikon D3100 at http://snapsort.com, RT this to enter to win a Canon SD1400! @snapsort”  or join our mailing list and you could win a Canon Powershot SD1400 IS, Photojojo camera lens mugs or one of many Snapsort T-Shirts.
Thanks guys for all your continued support, we can’t wait to hear what you want us to add next.


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Do you remember your childhood wagon? Remember how the world was so big? This guy attaches a time lapse camera to his kids wagon and takes them on a tour of the neighbourhood. It’s is quite interesting to see the world from a child’s prospective.

Remember those beautiful photos that were lost in the New York City blizzard? Well they found their way home

Back in January Todd Bieber (no relation) was skiing through Brooklyn’s Prospect Park, when he came across a roll of film in the snow. He had the pictures developed and started his search to find the owners of the lost film. He created a video that quickly went viral, and has been viewed by over 1.2 million people (Here is our orinal post).

Todd was interviewed by press from all around the world and got hundreds of emails from people trying to help find the owner. Todd started to give up hope that he would ever find the owner of the lost film.

But it turns out it was just a matter of time until his original video made its way to the owner, in Paris. True to his goal for the year (to have more adventure in his life) Todd and his girlfriend flew over and deliver the film in person. They also visited with people all across Europe who had helped him along the way.

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A rare glimpse into the way press photographers cover the politicians of the United States Congress and the problems they face. Leading political photographers in Washington talk about the perills of the 24/7 news cycle and the increasingly sparce access.

The Well: Covering Capitol Hill from Chris Gregory.

A rare glimpse into the way press photographers cover the politicians of the United States Congress and the problems they face. Leading political photographers in Washington talk about the perills of the 24/7 news cycle and the increasingly sparse access.