Rising prices of Nintendo games, accessible full frame camera and arrival of Tesla Vision

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Didn’t have time to follow the news yesterday? Here’s what was highlighted on Wednesday, February 8: Nintendo is reportedly about to raise the price of its games, Canon is unveiling an affordable full-frame device, and Tesla is rolling out its 360-degree field of view. To not miss any news, remember to subscribe to the Frandroid newsletter.

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The Nintendo Switch OLED // Source: Anthony Wonner – Frandroid

Nintendo game prices could rise

While the next episode of the saga Zelda, Tears of the Kingdom, it is already the most anticipated game of the year, Nintendo could take advantage of its launch to substantially increase the price of its games. In resellers, the price of this new episode is already shown at $69.99, compared to $59.99 for Nintendo games usually. A price that could become in France at 79.99 euros.

Canon announces a reasonably priced full-frame camera

While most of us are used to discovering full frame cameras -with a 24 x 36mm sensor- at more than 1500 euros, Canon has created a surprise with its EOS R8. This hybrid camera with an interchangeable lens is indeed launched at a price of 1800 euros. At this price, it makes a small concession, by not offering a stabilized sensor, but still promises a 24.2 million-pixel sensor, effective burst shooting, and state-of-the-art autofocus.

Tesla Vision begins its rollout

Promised thing due thing. Tesla is slowly starting to roll out a new autonomous vehicle system that uses only the vehicle’s cameras, bypassing radar or ultrasonic sensors. Several Tesla Model 3 owners have thus discovered that their vehicle now allows a 360-degree field of vision, which is particularly practical for parking.

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