want a digital shooter with DSLR-style creative power, but don’t want to deal with the hassle of changing lenses? then the Sony Cyber-shot RX10 Camera could be the perfect “in-between” camera for you. in fact, Sony is terming this newest addition to the RX lineup as “premium bridge camera” which is pretty self-explanatory of what
Canon fan may recall Canon’s first mirrorless interchangeable lens camera, the Canon EOS M and would most certainly recall the reviews wasn’t as favorable and might have even halted the purchase indefinitely. well, perhaps, it is time to re-look at this mirrorless offering, but at the newly announced Canon EOS M2
we always talked about capturing the moment that matters to us the most to us as we go about our daily routine, but how do we actually know which is the ‘moment’? our brains know that and with the help of the Neurocam by Japan-based Neurowear, it will detect that moment and record a five-second video.
whether you are an aspiring movie maker or someone who just wanted a different perspective of your family outing photos, the DJI Phantom 2 Vision Quadcopter will be able to fill in the shoes and thanks to the influx of such camera-rigged quadcopter, the acquisition won’t leave you begging on the street.
can you recall, vividly, what happened last week this day at 3PM? i bet you can’t, even if you did make snapshots of the event. thanks to the development of wonder gadgets such as this MeCam HD Wearable Video Camera, you can now journalized your life’s events as you go about doing things ranging from mundane tasks like whipping
taking panorama stills and videos are like a dream for all imaging enthusiasts. it was a dream because true panorama is never available without breaking an arm or a leg, and obviously, those you taken with your smartphone hardly qualifies as a “true panorama” (just look at those awful stitching!). lucky for you, there’s the Bublcam 360-degree Camera, a baseball-size spherical imaging device
you might have heard of the Throwable Panoramic Ball Camera, the revolutionary imaging device, shaped like a ball, that automatically captures 360-degree panoramas at the peak of its toss. and that was two years ago where it was still a prototype, but today, the time is ripe for average consumers’ taking and it now has an official product name too.
miss the endearing and sometimes intimidating numbers of buttons and dials of the film-based SLR? no worries. the new Nikon Df Digital SLR will have your buttons-dials obsession covered and as Nikon puts it, lets you “fall in love again” (with the camera, of course). the styling cues are obvious:
don’t like the all-black look of the Ricoh GR? then, the Ricoh GR Limited Edition Camera might just be right up your alley. with this limited edition variant, the GR’s magnesium-alloy body now wears a “metallic vintage green wave-tone finish with a high-gloss shine”, matched to a marbleized ebony grip patterned in burl wood.
whether you are just a casual shooter or a serious shutterbug who needs a second quick point-and-shoot camera, the FUJIFILM XQ1 Compact Camera would make an ideal fit. with the XQ1, the Japanese camera maker brings the X Series imaging qualities and pack them into an ultra compact point-and-shoot camera without