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360fly camera records video for VR

360fly camera records video for VR

360Fly is pining to be the GoPro of 360-degree videos, and with them the nature of watching footage is greatly changed. With an ordinary video, what you see is what you get. With 360-degree video, however, users are able to swipe the footage around to see what was recorded from different angles. The type of video is quickly gaining popularity, and 360fly wants its camera of the same name to be what consumers turn to with their of 360-video recording needs.

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Google is looking for testers to JUMP into its VR camera rig

Google is looking for testers to JUMP into its VR camera rig

Let the puns commence. Virtual Reality is really only as good as the content that's available for that particular experience. With is new found VR push, with the likes of YouTube 360 and Cardboard, Google has very little choice but to help creators stitch up their video masterpieces, hence the introduction of JUMP. Now it is on the hunt for for those creative minds who are willing to make the leap into VR and take its camera rig for a spin. But considering the hardware that's involved, getting in isn't going to be easy.

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Samsung Galaxy J5, Galaxy J7 tout front-facing LED flash

Samsung Galaxy J5, Galaxy J7 tout front-facing LED flash

Yes, this is a selfie generation. If you're still not convinced, or are still in denial, just look at the number of features and gimmicks that even smartphone makers employ to appeal to this crowd. While the new mid-range Samsung Galaxy J5 and Galaxy J7 smartphones, now official in China, do not have the crazy rotating camera of an OPPO or the large sensor size of an HTC, they do have something very few have: a front-facing LED flash to illumine even the darkest of selfies.

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Here are DxO’s ONE iPhone add-on camera samples

Here are DxO’s ONE iPhone add-on camera samples

Snap-on cameras for smartphones aren't new, but DxO's ONE claims to take mobile photography to another level, and it has the samples to prove it. The iPhone add-on, announced earlier today, justifies its not-inconsiderable $599 preorder price with a 1-inch, 20.3-inch sensor, just like Sony's well-esteemed RX100 III, along with a special SuperRAW mode that promises to do for RAW stills what HDR does for JPEGs. Read on for some samples.

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Eyefi adds integration for Olympus and GoPro cameras

Eyefi adds integration for Olympus and GoPro cameras

On Tuesday, Eyefi announced integration for Olympus cameras with WiFi and GoPro cameras. Those with a HERO or applicable Olympus digital camera will be able to use Eyefi to immediately transfer and organize their content along with any content taken with their smartphone when using the maker's Mobi WiFi SD card. This makes it faster to get content off the SD card and into an organized system for later access and use, and comes with some benefits like patterns and smart tags.

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DxO ONE promises DSLR photos from iPhone add-on

DxO ONE promises DSLR photos from iPhone add-on

A snap-on camera promising the quality of a DSLR but as an iPhone attachment is hoping to shake up smartphone photography. DxO Labs is best known for its pro-shutterbug software and occasional camera judgements, but the company is wading into hardware for the first time with the DxO ONE, a 3.8oz, 2.65-inch tall metal add-on that brings a 1-inch 20.2-megapixel sensor to your iPhone. Hooked up via the handset's Lightning port, the question is whether it's worth spending the cost of another iPhone on an accessory.

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Canon PowerShot G3 X brings EOS features to a rugged compact

Canon PowerShot G3 X brings EOS features to a rugged compact

Last February, Canon teased us good when it revealed that, yes, there will be a PowerShot G3 X but it won't be coming yet. Well, the time has arrived. Here is the PowerShot G3 X. The latest in Canon's G series, this camera is poised to combine the best of both worlds of the camera maker's EOS DSLR features with the portability of a digital compact. Also touted to be its most rugged G camera yet, the G3 X is filled to the brim with features that make it useful in almost any situation or any operating environment.

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RICOH GR II comes with Wi-Fi, NFC, web browser interface

RICOH GR II comes with Wi-Fi, NFC, web browser interface

Ricoh has just unveiled a new premium compact digital camera that it is touting to have DSLR qualities. But aside from that, the company is also advertising how the GR II makes sharing photos easier, thanks to its new built-in Wi-Fi and NFC capabilities, which have become pretty standard among high-end digital shooters by now. What makes this combination slightly more interesting is the new GR Remote, a new application that lets owners tweak the camera's settings not just from their smartphone but from any web browser.

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MHD Sport 2.0 Wi-Fi Action Camera includes viewfinder wearable

MHD Sport 2.0 Wi-Fi Action Camera includes viewfinder wearable

Monoprice has launched its new MHD Sport 2.0 Wi-Fi Action Camera, a small GoPro-like device that includes a wearable viewfinder called the Live View RF Wrist Remote (the wearable is optional, however). The action camera is available now, and includes a waterproof housing for mounting the camera and using it in adverse conditions, as well as under water. As with competing models, the camera can record video at different resolutions including Full HD, and can create time lapse videos from still images.

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Nest Cam adds 1080p and new stand to Dropcam

Nest Cam adds 1080p and new stand to Dropcam

Nest has revealed its latest product, Nest Cam, a streaming security camera. First fruit of the company's Dropcam acquisition back in June 2014, the new camera bears a distinct resemblance to models like the Dropcam Pro, with a rounded top section atop a newly-slimmed stand that also offers wall-mounting. Inside, there's 1080p video support along with both WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity.

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Panasonic Lumix CM1 camera runs Android, launches in US

Panasonic Lumix CM1 camera runs Android, launches in US

Panasonic has launched its Lumix DMC-CM1 hybrid camera in the United States, where it will be selling the device at its retailers and online. The CM1 is unique because of its different assembly of features — there’s a 1-inch camera sensor, for starters, as well as Android and an unlocked GSM smartphone capability, making this a mobile device and camera all-in-one, but in a way that is different from your typical smartphone. The 1-inch sensor in particular enables the camera to take higher quality images than typical mobile cameras.

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These are the winners of the 2015 iPhone Photography Awards

These are the winners of the 2015 iPhone Photography Awards

If the best camera is the one you have with you, then the iPhone Photography Awards is the competition for the camera many have made their first choice. Now in its eighth year, it's an annual recognition of what you can do with nothing more extravagant than a smartphone camera. Judged across nineteen categories, photos can be taken with an iPhone, iPad, or iPod, including using clip-on lenses if preferred, but no Photoshopping or off-device post-processing is allowed. Even with those limitations, the results are in many cases astonishing.

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