Leica cameras are never cheap. Never, ever. The question, can you one up that? How about a snapper with the usual Leica sticker, but only shoots black and white images exclusively? Well, if that’s right up your monochrome alley, then folks, embrace the new Leica M10 Monochrom.
Before entertainment companies start turning up more 8K contents to feed your shiny new 8K TV, you will have make 8K contents of your own. To which you can do so with the Autel Robotics EVO 2 Series Imaging Drone – the world’s first 8K folding drone – that’s if, aerial images appeal to you.
Forget about what you know about action camera. The Insta360 ONE R Adaptive Action Camera is unlike anything you have seen. It may appeared to sport the same boxy design typical of an action cam, but that’s also where the similarities end. Insta360 ONE R Adaptive Action Camera is modular.
Do you know, you actually DIY a digital camera at home? Sean Hodgins certainly did. Sean made a fully functional digital camera, complete with a DIY image sensor, an OLED display, shutter button and storage card slot.
For fans of Leica cameras who do not appreciate that the “Ghost Edition” did away with the iconic red dot and logo, the Leica M10-P “White” Digital Camera is for you – that’s if you are itching to part with $14,495.
Since the creation of vertical lift consumer-grade drone, it has gotten from the usual four-rotor setup to, well, many rotors. Then, Edgar Herrera challenged the convention by dialing back the number rotors to three and now, there is a drone that pitches the idea of just two rotors.
Shutterbugs with an exquisite taste for timepieces will surely appreciate this latest Leica camera, created in collaboration with watch blog/watch e-retailer HODINKEE. Yes, that’s right. Is it the HODINKEE.
Black with a hint of red is kind of a Leica thing, but occasionally, dashes of colors never hurt. That has proven by Leica X2 Edition Paul Smith 7 years ago. Fast forward to 2019, there is another.
Remember the revolutionary joystick-style drone controller, FT Aviator? That was cool, but you still need two hands to control, unless you have a table right in front of you. The Shift Red Imaging Drone from This Is Engineering, Inc. (TIE), on the other hand, is a true one-hand controlled drone.
Ricoh. Previously a name closely associated to photocopier and printers, but not so much of imaging devices, has in recent years it has carved a niche in the area of 360-degree imaging that started way back in 2013.