When DJI first came onto the market 11 years ago, imaging wasn’t not its forte. The drone was (and still is today), but fast forward to today, the company has emerged from the shadow of popular cinematic camera makers to introduce its very own cinematic camera called Zenmuse X7. Billed as the world’s first Super 35 digital film camera, Zenmuse X7 is designed and built with professional aerial cinematography in mind. It is totally capable of capturing 6K CinemaDNG RAW or 5.2K Apple ProRes at up to 30fps as well as 3.9K CinemaDNG or 2.7K ProRes at up to 59.94fps. The camera is also capable of recording still images in DNG RAW or JPEG at 24MP. Continue reading DJI’s New Zenmuse X7 Will Make Inspire 2 A Capable Aerial Cinematography Rig
Google Pixel 2 is no doubt the highlight of Google’s October 4 event, but apart from the drool worthy smartphone, Google has also announced several noteworthy gadgets and these include a mini version of Google Home called, well, Google Home Mini, a super sized Google Home called Max, a new Pixelbook, an updated Daydream View, as well as a thing called Google Clips, which is basically a very tiny camera that’s designed to seamlessly pipe clips to your phone. The latter is probably a ‘test’ gadget before Google decides if it is here to stay like the Google Home. Continue reading New Gadgets From Google To Coax Money Out Of Your Wallet
For seem like forever, the action cam market has remain rather quiet… until yesterday when GoPro took the wrap of two new devices: GoPro HERO6 BLACK and a brand new VR-ready, 5.2K spherical imaging device called Fusion. Continuing the HERO line’s tradition of oblong form factor, but this time only a tad sleek, thanks to the subtle curve thrown in the mix. It gets a custom-designed GP1 processor that enables it to capture resolution as high as 4K60 and incredible fluid slow-mo at 1080p240. Couple that with the new QuikStories, you will be getting producing cinematic videos to be share with those who you care about. Continue reading GoPro Unveiled New HERO Action Cam Along With A 360, VR-Ready Action Cam
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!
Magnetic levitation is not the hottest technology, but it never stop this technology being applied to a variety of products outside of mass transportation system. We have seen more than a handful here, including the likes of toys, desk lamp, turntable, wireless charger, wireless speaker, furniture, and even keyboard and a drinking cup – just to pick out a few, and now, apparently, home security camera has joined the growing list of things-that-levitates too. So folks, please meet Moon by I-Ring, the world’s first levitating security camera. Continue reading Meet Moon, The World’s First Levitating Security Camera
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?!
Have you ever wonder how is like to be a frisbee? Well, wonder no more because you can now see the world in the eyes of a frisbee – that’s if frisbee even have eyes. As it turns out frisbee does have eyes, or at least this thing called VFO, AKA Video Flying Object, have. VFO is a frisbee that puts you at the front row seat of a flying frisbee without the risk of you crashing and hurting yourself. In other words, you need not to be an Ant-Man to experience a frisbee flight. So, that’s a good news there, but it begs the question: why? I have absolutely not idea. Continue reading Frisbee With Camera Lets You See The (Spinning) World As A Flying Disc Sees It
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
There’s no lacking of options when it comes to buying a surveillance camera for monitoring your pet or home, but if you are all up for super cute way of doing it, well then look no further than the officially licensed Despicable Me Minion Cam HD WiFi Camera by Tend. The product name, Minion Cam HD WiFi Camera, pretty much says it all, doesn’t it? The Minion Cam is a pet/home monitoring video camera that does it in HD and via WiFi, and also, it has the appearance of a Minion where its lone eye serves as the camera’s lens (Stuart, is that you???). Continue reading Despicable Me 3 Minion Cam Will Turn Your Voice Into That Of A Minion’s