Not every content creator (read: YouTuber) can afford a 2 to 3,000 dollars rig to record their show. Understanding this and the need of content creation, Sony has revealed the ZV-1. ZV-1 is a newly designed from the ground up for content creators and vloggers, regardless of their skill level.
If you are a curve display hater, you won’t be liking the new motorola flagship device, edge+, which has ridiculous curves. And I thought waterfall display is kind of a Chinese handset maker thing. Oh wait. Never mind.
I’m Back is a brilliant gadget that turns analog camera into digital camera. It created quite some interests back in 2017 and today, it is back with I’m Back 35. As the product name suggests, it adds digital imaging to 35 mm SLRs.
For gadget enthusiasts who do not give a darn care about Google services and who care more about mobile photography, Huawei P40 Series is for you. The new P series now comes in three flavors: P40, P40 Pro and a new addition, P40 Pro+ – all of which are powered by HiSilicon Kirin 990 5G […]
The somewhat warped pricing of the upper mid-ranger that costs over $1,400 kind of makes this newly announced Vivo Nex 3S 5G flagship device feel way more affordable than it should. But more on that in a bit.
Apparently, last year’s the “Leitz Wetzlar” edition of the monochrome shooter from Leica, the Leica M Monochrom was met with warm reception. To keep up with the demand, Leica has released yet another Leitz Wetzlar edition black & white shooter, this time, with the M10 Monochrom introduced earlier this year.
Xiaomi is really going all the way out to promote the imaging prowess of its 108 MP image sensor co-developed with Samsung. The sensor was equipped on the Mi 10 Pro which had a fleeting moment on the top of the DxOMark Mobile chart. It has now since been dethroned by Oppo Find X2 Pro.
Leica has announced it has entered a “substantial partnership” with fellow German company, eyewear label MYKITA, to bring the highest level of German engineering to the eyewear market. That’s basically the marketing way of say, “hey, look we are making eyewear together!”
Remember the one time when some companies tried to sell us pen-style voice memo recorders? Well, this is Vecnos and it wants to do the same, but with 360-degree imaging. Vecnos is a Ricoh spin off and funded by Ricoh.
Here’s another rugged smartphone for who those who have butter fingers. What you see here is the Ulefone Armor 7 from rugged smartphone specialist, Ulefone. It is designed to survive in most compromising scenarios – thanks to its IP68/IP69K rated construction and MIL-STD-810G “certification”.