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Sony a7R II includes full frame 42MP sensor, lauches in August

Sony a7R II includes full frame 42MP sensor, lauches in August

Camera makers have been busy introducing new models today, and among them is Sony, which has already taken the wraps off a couple models. Newest among it all is the maker’s Sony Alpha 7R II, a mirrorless offering featuring a full-frame BSI CMOS sensor and a 42.4 megapixel resolution. Says Sony, this is the first ever back-illuminated Exmor R full-frame CMOS sensor, and it boasts a very high ISO of 102,400. In addition, Sony promises the auto focus is faster than the previous a7R, with 399 focal plane phase detection auto focus points.

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Sony RX10 II boasts support for long 4K video recording

Sony RX10 II boasts support for long 4K video recording

Sony has introduced a pair of new cameras, the RX100 IV and the RX10 II camera. The RX10 II is a high-zoom shooter with the same 1.0 type stacked Exmor RS CMOS sensor as the other aforementioned model, though it has a larger, more robust body than the RX100 IV's compact design. Sony says this model includes both a DRAM memory chip and fast signal processing, the combination of which results in 5x faster image data readout and other pro-level features.

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Sony RX100 MK4 detailed with 960fps video

Sony RX100 MK4 detailed with 960fps video

The Sony RX100 MK4 has been announced by sony with 40x super slow motion video capture at up to 960 frames per second. That's above and beyond anything we've seen in a consumer camera - even more so when you consider the tiny size of this shooter. You'll also be able to work with Anti-Distortion Shutter with a maximum speed of 1/32000 second as well as high resolution 4K movie shooting. This camera is one of two Sony cameras being released with the 960fps ability, the other called RX10 II.

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Xperia C4 and C4 Dual PROselfie smartphones rock 25mm wide-angle front lens

Xperia C4 and C4 Dual PROselfie smartphones rock 25mm wide-angle front lens

For many smartphone users the device is used more for taking pictures of themselves than for taking pictures of other things. For this sort of user often the quality of the front camera is more important than the quality of the rear camera. You have to look good in your selfies after all. Two new smartphones have landed including the Xperia C4 and the C4 Dual and both focus on quality selfies.

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LG G4 hands-on: Quantum physics, leather and a smarter camera

LG G4 hands-on: Quantum physics, leather and a smarter camera

There’s never been a tougher time to introduce a new smartphone, but LG thinks it has a hit on its hands with the new LG G4 for 2015. Building on last year’s G3 with a better camera, more high-quality materials, and a cleaner Android install, it may have a vaguely nonsensical tagline - “See the great. Feel the great” - but marketing hyperbole can usually be forgiven if the device lives up to expectations. I spent some time with the G4 to see why LG is talking Quantum Mechanics and movie theaters for its new flagship.

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Olympus Air A01 module helps turn lens into a rocket lookalike

Olympus Air A01 module helps turn lens into a rocket lookalike

It may seem that April Fools came a bit late, but make no mistake, this is serious business. Thanks to the Olympus Air A01 module and a ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 300mm f/2.8 lens, your smartphone camera, puny in comparison, can achieve a super telephoto lens effect equivalent to 1,200 mm. There is just one catch. The module is so long and so big that the only comfortable way to use it would be to hoist in on your shoulders, effectively making it look like you're about to literally shoot something instead.

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CP+ 2015 Wrap Up – New Camera Gear In Full Swing

CP+ 2015 Wrap Up – New Camera Gear In Full Swing

Situated in the beautiful Port City of Yokohama, The CP+ Camera and Imaging Technology show draws a huge crowd every year, and most vendors wait until right before the show to make their big announcements for that year. Of course there are many Camera Technology Shows throughout Japan, but CP+ in Yokohama is the biggest. Vendors from around the world come to present their latest and greatest gear, and this year was no different. There were some big announcements from Canon, Nikon, and Olympus on the horizon.

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Kodak PIXPRO SL25 Smart Lens Camera Review

Kodak PIXPRO SL25 Smart Lens Camera Review

This is a camera that you strap on to your smartphone to take photos your smartphone might never have otherwise been able to take. The Kodak PIXPRO SL25 Smart Lens Camera works with software made by Pixpro, so you'll be connecting with a Pixpro app - if you wish - and you'll be working with a device that has Kodak and Pixpro branding on it. Can this device take on the smartphone segment and attach to a unique crew of photographers in the process?

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iPhone 6S might stick with 8MP camera hardware

iPhone 6S might stick with 8MP camera hardware

After the launch of Apple’s impressive new iPhone 6, a lot of attention was paid to the refresh. Many assume the iPhone 6S (if Apple sticks to their existing naming scheme, which isn’t a foregone conclusion) would have a camera that packed in more magapixels, and an updated chipset. The megapixel rumor was bolstered when Sony announced a new DSLR-ish sensor for mobile devices, which many believed would find its way to the iPhone 6S. A new report says that might have to wait, because Apple is keeping their 8 megapixel shooter for one more year.

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QindredCam wearable camera knows when and when not to shoot

QindredCam wearable camera knows when and when not to shoot

At one point in time, it seemed that Narrative Clip and its kin of lifelogging cameras would be the craze, despite possible privacy issues. Almost two years have passed by and the fad hasn't caught on completely but there is still quite a following. Sadly, the options in this market aren't exactly wide and most if not all of them have one major flaw: they will try to capture *everything*, leaving you with hundreds of photos and videos to sift through. Enter, QindredCam, a wearable camera that tries to be smarter at lifelogging.

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Olympus Air A01 wireless camera leverages your smartphone

Olympus Air A01 wireless camera leverages your smartphone

Olympus has introduced its own lens-shaped wireless camera designed specifically for use with smartphones: the Olympus Air A01. This camera is similar to Sony's own recent lens cameras, offering the quality you get with a dedicated digital camera while leveraging all the features (connectivity, instant sharing, etc.) of a smartphone. This is an open platform camera joined by eight apps, nearly two dozen filter and art effects, and it'll be available starting early next month through the maker's online store.

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iPhone 6S rumors suggest new camera, HealthKit sensors

iPhone 6S rumors suggest new camera, HealthKit sensors

The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus are two of the more exciting products Apple has unleashed in quite some time. Of the two, differences are slight, but the camera hardware Apple went with on the iPhone 6 Plus is a good reason to stop and consider which you really want. A new rumor suggests those still standing in front of tables at the Apple Store might want to walk away for a few months, as the iPhone 6S camera might end up being even better than the iPhone 6 Plus’.

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