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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Forget about 4K camera cos’ Blackmagic has up its own game with the new Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 6K. The new 6K device one up its Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4K in resolution and does so while retaining the physical size. Though we can’t say the same for the price. But more on that in […]
I never understand the rationale behind the so-called premium compact camera category. Given the high prices of premium compact cameras, you ought to be a pro to be wanting one and yet they are usually of fixed lens, which is a feature not preferred by pro shooters. Perhaps, it is much like a sidearm of […]