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Livestream update frees GoPro from PC shackles

Livestream update frees GoPro from PC shackles

What's more exhilarating than watching a death-defying GoPro action camera footage taken yesterday or even just earlier today? Why, watching a death-defying GoPro action camera footage as it happens, of course. An update to the Livestream iOS app has just made that possible, removing the computer from the live streaming equation. All you need now is a GoPro Hero and an iPhone.

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HTC REcamera hits FCC, BLE and WiFi in tow

HTC REcamera hits FCC, BLE and WiFi in tow

HTC’s REcamera is a bit of a head-scratcher. Kind of like a periscope, it aims to challenge the likes of GoPro for our sportier photographic endeavors. We’ve seen the pics of HTC’s latest device, but not much in the way of specs. Now we’ve got them, as the camera has just passed through the FCC.

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Seek Thermal camera gives smartphones a sixth sense

Seek Thermal camera gives smartphones a sixth sense

Seek Thermal has rolled out the red carpet for its new camera for smartphones that goes by the same name. The Seek thermal camera is an accessory for one's mobile small enough to fit in a pocket and able to capture the parts of our surrounding world otherwise invisible to the naked eye. The device launched today for $199 USD.

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Beastgrip review: mobile photography gets serious

Beastgrip review: mobile photography gets serious

There has been a lot of chatter about mobile photography lately, with more than one clip-on lens maker attempting to stake claim to your phone. At the end of the day, what you get is a slightly upgraded picture, but probably one that is more novelty than actually good. Can mobile photography be great, though? The answer is yes, if you have a Beastgrip.

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New app makes iPhone camera more like a DSLR

New app makes iPhone camera more like a DSLR

Part of the knock on mobile photography is the lack of controls. Unlike a DSLR, the ability to control things like exposure are typically lost on a smartphone. With increased third-party integration in iOS 8, a new app aims to bring you some of the controls you want on a DSLR, but on your iPhone.

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