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.
Armed with GPS and the ability to make and take calls, and text, the Apple Watch can used independently of iPhone. But what about imaging? Well for that, Wristcam has the answer.
Yes. It’s another DJI product and yes, it is another follow up to an existing product. This time, it is a handheld camera, the successor to the DJI OSMO Pocket, called DJI Pocket 2.
Given how expensive Leica cameras are, it is unlikely that you will want to put through any physical abuse. Unless if you have this Leica: the Leica M10-P Reporter Limited Edition Camera.
The pen-style 360-degree camera from Ricoh’s offshoot, Vecnos, we saw earlier this year is finally available. The Vecnos 360-degree IQUI Camera, as it is called, is an imaging marvel that miniaturized a 360-imaging system into a form factor that is little larger than a pen. OK, maybe not a typical pen, but a very large […]
Canon has its sight set on content creators with the Canon EOS M50 Mark II Interchangeable Lens Camera. This digital single-lens non-reflex AF/AE camera with built-in flash touts improved Eye Autofocus, new video and streaming functions, with many similar features to the brand’s full-frame pro mirrorless cameras.
If you have been clamoring for the rather bizarre, monocular camera from Canon that was on Japan’s crowdfunding platform Makuake, we have good news for you. Canon is bringing the Canon Powershot Zoom Telephoto Monocular to stateside.
Filling the gap between a DSLR and connectivity offered by a smartphone is the Alice Camera. Developed by a British startup Photogram AI, Alice is described as an AI-accelerated computational camera. It is an interchangeable lens camera that boasts a dedicated AI chip “that elevates machine learning and pushes the boundaries of what a camera […]
Nikon and Samsung had done it and so did Polaroid. We are talking about Android-powered cameras. And now, after two years since its first reveal, Zeiss is ready to join this less chartered imaging path.
With smartphone cannibalizing point-and-shoot camera’s market, camera makers are struggling to convince potential buyers to open their wallets for actual cameras. While some companies like Ricoh carved a niche in 360-degree photography and videography, Canon has other idea: a telescope camera.