Cameras

Sony Cybershot RX10 III brings 1.0-type sensor, extended zoom

Sony Cybershot RX10 III brings 1.0-type sensor, extended zoom

Sony has unveiled its new Cybershot RX10 III camera, an extended-zoom model for the maker’s RX product line. The RX10 III model includes 4k-resolution video recording, super-slow-motion capture, a 1.0-type CMOS sensor, and a 24 - 600mm ZEISS Vario-Sonnar f/2.4 - f/4 lens. The most notable feature, though, is the 25x zoom, which brings a feature that had otherwise been lacking to Sony’s RX camera line.

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MIT hacked a Xbox Kinect to create a reflection-free camera

MIT hacked a Xbox Kinect to create a reflection-free camera

When taking photos, whether it be of sights or people, sometimes shooting through a window is unavoidable, and that means there's probably going to be glare or reflections. Turns out, researchers at MIT's Media Lab are looking to address this, as their Camera Culture Group is developing a camera that can take photos through glass without any reflections. For their latest project they used the Xbox One's Kinect motion sensor and camera, taking advantage of its depth sensor.

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REVL Arc 4K action cam has built-in gimbal for steady videos

REVL Arc 4K action cam has built-in gimbal for steady videos

There's a new action camera on the market, and it promises to offer things no other action camera offers. Most notable is the REVL Arc's stabilization features, a hybrid assortment of electronic image stabilization coupled with an internal motorized gimbal. The combination of the two keeps footage steady, and gives the model a big edge over industry staple GoPro and competing models like the Sony Action Cam.

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Take your DSLR underwater with Polaroid’s housing cases

Take your DSLR underwater with Polaroid’s housing cases

The idea of taking underwater photographs with a quality camera can be exciting, what with the beautiful things you might see and be able to capture. On the other hand, an expensive DSLR camera is probably one of the last things anyone wants to take near water, let alone under it. That's where Polaroid wants to help adventurous shutterbugs, with their waterproof housing cases that can withstand submersion up to 130 feet.

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Sony Xperia Z5 Review Part 1: The Camera

Sony Xperia Z5 Review Part 1: The Camera

Some people couldn’t care less about the camera on their smartphone; if you’re interested in Sony’s new Xperia Z5, there’s a good chance you’re not one of them. The handset sports an image sensor the same size as ones you’ll find in many ordinary budget-tier compact digital cameras, trumping the sensors found in some competing handsets. As well, it greatly outpaces many phones' resolutions at 23-megapixels, making it all the more attractive. At the end of the day, though, it's the quality that matters. How does it hold up? Find out in the first part of our Xperia Z5 review!

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Canon Rebel T6 brings mild upgrade to entry-level DSLR

Canon Rebel T6 brings mild upgrade to entry-level DSLR

Canon continues to work its way through its camera lineup with refreshes and new models, recently announcing the G7 X Mark II point-and-shoot and the EOS 80D at the mid-range of DSLRs. Now the company has come to its cheapest, entry-level DSLR with the new EOS Rebel T6. While the spec remain modest, they're plenty decent enough for beginner photographers, plus there's a wide range of features offered by the camera.

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Toshiba IKS-WB9518 is maker’s first 4K security camera

Toshiba IKS-WB9518 is maker’s first 4K security camera

Security cameras, more often than not, have less-than-ideal image quality, something due in part to storage demands (storing endless hours of high-resolution footage requires ample storage space, after all). Storage isn’t a concern in some cases, though, and for those situations there’s the new Toshiba IKS-WB9518, the maker’s first Ultra HD 4k resolution security camera.

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Huawei and Leica to partner up for smartphone cameras

Huawei and Leica to partner up for smartphone cameras

At the CP+ camera event in Japan this week, Chinese smartphone manufacturer Huawei and German camera company Leica announced that they were forming a long-term partnership to work on mobile photography together. It's a bit of a unique pairing: a high-end luxury camera maker that's shown no interest in mobile working with China's dominant smartphone producer. Then again, maybe that lack of overlap is exactly why they're working together.

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Sigma sd Quattro cameras pack major features into a tiny body

Sigma sd Quattro cameras pack major features into a tiny body

Sigma has introduced two new compact cameras, the Sigma sd Quattro and sd Quattro H. Both models feature a Foveon X3 image sensor and are promised to offer high image quality, doing so while retaining a travel-friendly size (sans the lens, that is). These interchangeable lens cameras provide a bit of the best of both worlds, keeping the weight burden low while enabling photographers to switch lenses as situations demand.

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PENTAX K-3 II Silver Edition is latest commemorative camera

PENTAX K-3 II Silver Edition is latest commemorative camera

Ricoh has taken the wraps off another silver commemorative camera, this one being the Pentax K-3 II Silver Edition. The model is offered to commemorate the company’s 80th anniversary, and brings with it a magnesium-alloy camera body with the same silver finish as the Ricoh GR II announced in recent days. Ricoh plans to launch the camera later on this spring season.

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Ricoh WG-M2 rugged action camera temps the elements

Ricoh WG-M2 rugged action camera temps the elements

Ricoh has yet another camera announcement this month, this time for the rugged WG-M2 action camera. Though small, this camera packs several notable features including 4K Ultra HD video recording and an ultra-wide-angle lens. Despite the improvements, the camera is 40-percent lighter and smaller than the previous WG models, says Ricoh.

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Samsung Gear 360 hands-on: A pocket-friendly VR camera

Samsung Gear 360 hands-on: A pocket-friendly VR camera

Samsung has pushed consumer virtual reality hard with the Gear VR, and now it's looking to put VR creation into the hands of the public with its new 360-degree camera. The Samsung Gear 360 is aiming at the consumer VR sweet-spot, the company says, offering much better resolution than most low-cost 360-degree cameras but without the huge price tag of professional kit like Nokia's OZO.

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