“Instant gratification” has changed since the arrival of digital cameras. However “instant” the gratification maybe with a digital camera, it is still missing one “instant” and that is print. Oh, wait. Never mind.
Forget about what people say about pixel doesn’t matter. The truth is, it doesn’t hurt to have more pixels. And hurt it does not with the 64 MP 30 x 45 mm sensor found on the Leica S3 Medium Format System.
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.
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.
There’s probably no relation between Polaroid and the day when people celebrates love. OK. Maybe there is, if you are old enough to reminisce the time you and partner where out instant photographing yourselves. Whatever the case maybe, you may want to gift your love one a gadget to remind both of you of those […]
If you like to photograph and print right there and then, well, we have good news. The super sleek Polaroid Mint Instant Print Digital Camera is now 50 percent off on Amazon. It was $99.99, but now, it is just $49.97.
By now, we have recognized that imaging drone is yet another digital camera or video camera. Despite this fact, not one mainstream digital camera maker has embark on this relatively new market. Or so we thought.
There’s a trend of NOT owning digital cameras, even a point-and-shoot variety, when traveling. However, if you are expecting yourself to rough it out and still capture images, you may want to consider picking up an all-weather adventure compact camera like the new Ricoh WG-70.
Vintage folding camera is never synonymous with instant photography, but what if a camera with folding bellows does instant photography? Well, that’s exactly what the Jollylook Auto Vintage-style Instant Film Camera is about.