Capturing 360-degree images used to require complex and expensive setup. But Ricoh changed the game in 2013 when it introduced the world’s first 360-degree consumer camera. Fast forward to today, the imaging company has given the Theta Z1 an upgrade.
Polaroid is not fashion, but it has something in common with a lot of fashion brand and that’s nostalgia. Perhaps, it is the nostalgia that has given birth to a unique collaboration between French sportswear brand Lacoste and the imaging company.
What’s the impression of a cinematic camera to a layman? I’d most people impression would be, it is a huge rig. But that’s not case with the new Sony FX3 Full-frame Cinema Line Camera.
You will think given DJI’s experience in drone design and manufacturing, it would have gotten into FPV ages ago. Well, it finally did. Folks, meet the DJI FPV, DJI’s very first FPV drone.
Lomography’s latest addition to its Lomography Art Lens Family is for photographers and videographers who want to get close up to their subject while not sacrificing what’s around them.
Professional photographers looking for a digital camera with unprecedented resolution and speeds may want to check out the Sony Alpha 1 Full-frame Mirrorless Camera. Sony spare no expenses in jamming this new successor of the Alpha 9 II with ranging-topping specs.
Sony could be setting a new tradition for CES. Last year, the company shook up the event with a surprised unveiling of an electric vehicle, Sony VISION-S. At this year’s virtual CES, it has yet another surprise.
Using sonar to locate fishes is not new. But water-based drone maker, Chasing is taking it even further with its Chasing F1 Fish Finder Drone/Wireless Underwater Fishing Camera.
You have seen how ice also works as lens for camera. But do you know that water works too? Before you and three print a lens to be filled with water, you have know there is an easier way. Meet the world’s first 35 mm format panoramic camera with liquid-filled lens, the HydroChrome Sutton’s Panoramic …
You probably don’t remember the good old times when point-and-shoot camera was actually point-and-shoot. No messing with shutter speed, aperture, or whatever. Just load a roll of film, hit the shutter button, and proceed to press the lever to forward the film.