Clearly, when it comes to action cam, Sony didn’t think today’s offerings, possibly even it’s very own, do not have what it takes to cut it. We are talking about cinematic level kind of sporting actions here. Not just GoPro kind of footage. To this, the Japanese electronic maker has bring about imaging prowess of the company’s RX series to the world of action cameras. Designated DSC-RX0, this tiny imaging device promised to deliver high-quality imaging in a compact and tough construction that is waterproof, shockproof and crush-proof. Continue reading Sony Brings The Imaging Prowess of RX Series To Action Camera
While Yashica is back in business with a camera with faux film, an Italy company wants to turn actual analog film cameras into digital cameras. The product called I’m Back, is an add-on device that goes into where the film would normally go into, thereby taking over the job of capturing images. Instead of film, the attachment supposedly enables the camera original optic to shoot and capture images onto a 16-megapixel sensor which are then save onto a SD card and images are then viewable on an LCD display or on your smartphone attached to the camera as part of the setup. Continue reading I’m Back Wants To Turn Your Old Film Cameras Into Digital Cameras
If you love to capture beautiful images when you are out exploring the world, then perhaps, smartphone isn’t the answer. The de facto go-to device for such endeavor would be a hefty-priced and clunky DSLR camera and this being 2017, the need to rely on a DSLR for high-quality images does seem a little backwards. However, diehard DSLR users will never admit this and I can’t blame them because the truth is, there aren’t alternatives that are any handier. That is until Light L16 came along. As you may have already witness from the images around this post, this imaging gadget is not only handy but also weird at the same time. Continue reading This 16-Lens Camera Aims To Do What Your DSLR Does In A Smaller Package
You know how some old things are best left untouched? Unlike fashion, some gadgets are best left in its rightful era because somehow some old technology just doesn’t fit the demanding, fast pace society anymore. Case-in-point: the Y35 digiFilm Camera by Yashica. Yup. That Yashica, the once glorious camera maker to come out of the Land of the Rising Sun. How a what-I-thought-defunct company is back in the business is beyond me. What I do know is, whoever is behind it now, somehow gotten the license to make cameras under the Yashica brand name. Continue reading Apparently, Yashica Is Back With A Digital Camera That Uses Faux Film
The life-logging camera fad is over. It didn’t last long, did it? But why? My best guess is, having a camera stuck on you isn’t half as fun, plus it probably make folks you come across uncomfortable knowing that you may be filming them. The solution? FOMOcamera. Billed as the most wearable and customizable camera, FOMOcamera is basically a badge camera. In other words, it is a camera incognito as a badge in whatever design you fancy. Perfect for ladies for capturing men in the act of leering at their breasts instead of their eyes when conversing with them. Damn. I’d better stay away from ladies wearing a badge like this for I may be caught in the act. Sorry, can’t help it. Most men are hardwired to detect beauty and I am not going to pretend I am an exception. Continue reading FOMOcamera: Life-logging Has Never Been This Discreet And Customizable!
Remember Lytro? The ‘shoot first, focus and refocus later’ camera? Well, Insta360, the company that specializes in 360 imaging devices, has up the ante. Granted, Insta360 ONE can’t actually let you focus and refocus later, however, the camera’s “FreeCapture” technology” does allow you to shoot a 360 footage and decide on which part of video to retrieve as stills or as a short 1080p clips. I don’t know about you, but to me Insta360 ONE is nothing short of a dream come true. I have always imagine this to happen in the future, but it looks the future is already here. Continue reading ONE Is A New Breed Of 360 Camera Lets You “Shoot First, Point Later”
So you think today’s action cameras are a little way too big? Well, if so, then you may be interested to know there’s a new kid on the block that, wait for it… no bigger than a grown person’s index finger. Impressive. Brought to you by Shenzhen-based unbox-lab, Cloud Eye Live Camera, as it is called, is a multi-purpose imaging device that can be used in every way imaginable, including baby monitor, dash camera, pet’s camera, motorbike/bicycle camera, body cam and more. But those are just some typical uses. It has one more use that you would have never imagined: sexy toy. Continue reading This Finger-sized Camera Also Functions As A Sex Toy. Wait, What?!
Yes. It is true that your smartphone already have at least one camera, but can it do 360 imaging? Nope. Not at this point anyways and so, if you want 360 imaging right off one single device, i.e. your smartphone, the ION360 U 4K 360-Degree Smartphone Camera is for you. ION360 U 4K 360-Degree Smartphone Camera is comprised of a 360 camera that goes on top of your smartphone and a case that serves to protect your phone. In addition to capturing 7.2MP stills in 360, the camera is also capable of shooting 360 videos in glorious, eye-watering 4K resolution which you can also choose to live stream to Facebook or YouTube (be mindful of your data plan, tho) Continue reading This Add-on Camera Will Turn Your Smartphone Into A 360 Camera
Here’s a quick one. You remember Ricoh Theta 360-degree Digital Camera from a few years ago? It was among the first 360 camera back then and since then, Ricoh hasn’t stop dabbling in. It was never cheap, though. In fact, it is kind of pricey. Anyways, Ricoh must have felt the heat of the competitions and decided that it is high time to slash the price of its new Ricoh Theta SC 360, which the company described as a “mass-market camera,” to $199.95. That’s a good 100 bucks off the original advertised price. The move is also to coincide with U.S. summer time where consumers are expected to utilize more of imaging devices of such nature. Continue reading Ricoh Slashes Theta SC 360 Camera From $299 to $199
When a company is known as professional camera maker, you’d know better not to be looking at their systems if you are an amateur photographer, or hell, even if you are a professional photographer who’s trying meet ends need. Phase One is one such company and if the Phase One Alpha A-series we featured two years ago had you falling off the chair, we guarantee this will do the same, perhaps even more. The Phase One IQ3 100MP Achromatic is not for faint of heart. Continue reading Phase One IQ3 100MP Camera: Only If You Have An Eye For Black & White