Back in early May, signs surfaced hinting at optical image stabilization for the iPhone 6. The information, revealed in a patent application, has been espoused upon in a research note acquired by the folks at AppleInsider, predicting that OIS will only be available with the 5.5-inch model.
Google is giving Glass a refresh, making the wearable faster and longer-lasting, though likely to infuriate early-adopters all the same as unlike before they won't be given the opportunity to swap to the new version. The new Glass will now have 2GB of memory - double the 1GB of RAM the current Explorer Edition model has - and the promise of around 15-percent longer battery life thanks to a combination of firmware released today and quietly-made hardware changes a few months back.
A new life-recording camera is making its way to the market: the Lightbox. This camera is small in size, equipped with a clip that allows it to attach to clothing or other items, and offering Bluetooth to connect to your smartphone. Using the combination, one can livestream their life.
Like a dog, it will follow you wherever you go. Like a drone, it will do so from high above the air. And with a GoPro camera in its grasp, it will record your every move, jump, dive, twist, and turn. That is AirDog, and it will be coming hopefully soon to sports fans and movie makers alike.
Aspiring movie makers and action sports lovers gather because startup Squadrone Systems has a proposition for you. What if you could film an extraordinary and expensive looking action shot from high above the air, without need for a cameraman or a drone pilot? Well, now you can, or soon will be able to once the Hexo+ autonomous aerial camera goes into production.
Sigma Corporation of America, makers of such fine cameras and lenses, has just revealed that the dp2 Quattro compact will be available for purchase starting August. The dp2 will the first to launch among three cameras that bear the company's new Flaveon "Quattro" Direct Image sensor.
This week we’re having a peek at the LG G3, using it as an example for several Android questions we’ve seen asked for all sorts of devices over the past few years. Today’s example centers on the LG G3 camera, and on how one camera app might affect your final image quality.