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Fujifilm X70 appears in registry: January debut anticipated

Fujifilm X70 appears in registry: January debut anticipated

The Fujifilm X70, an anticipated new camera that surfaced in rumors earlier this summer, has appeared in a registration filing in China, stoking rumors that we'll be seeing the camera officially announced early next year -- possibly in January. The X70, according to reports, will be a smaller and less expensive followup to the maker’s X100S camera model.

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Sigma protective lens made of clear ceramic debuts

Sigma protective lens made of clear ceramic debuts

Sigma has been making lenses and cameras for a long time and the company has rolled out a new product that it claims to be a world's first. That new product is a sigma Water Repellent WR Ceramic Protector Lens filter. That lens filter is made of a Clear Glass Ceramic material that promises enhanced protective qualities for the lens.

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Canon’s 5DS camera replica is a functional flash drive

Canon’s 5DS camera replica is a functional flash drive

Canon has launched its own miniature DSLR, a scaled replica of the Canon 5DS camera with a removable 'lens' and all the tiny details. The big difference, of course, is that the replica isn't a camera -- it's a flash drive, satisfying your mobile storage needs. Remove the lens, and you’ll have access to the USB connector.

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Giroptic 360cam camera preorders now open

Giroptic 360cam camera preorders now open

Giroptic’s 360cam, first introduced earlier this year, is now available for pre-order. The camera features three cameras and lenses alongside three microphones for recording content across 360-degrees. As with similar cameras, these videos and pictures can then be viewed with VR headsets for a more immersive experience and with the maker's related mobile app.

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Nikon D5 to pack 20MP sensor tips source

Nikon D5 to pack 20MP sensor tips source

Nikon is one of the biggest names in digital cameras with many of the best cameras in the industry to its name. The company is getting ready to launch a new DSLR camera according to details that have leaked ahead of the official unveil of the device. A source has leaked images of a new DSLR that are claimed to be of the D5.

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Samsung Galaxy S7 Duo Pixel: modular pieces, retro expansion

Samsung Galaxy S7 Duo Pixel: modular pieces, retro expansion

If you remember the Samsung Galaxy Camera, you remember how nice it was to be able to upload photos from your very capable handheld shooter. That wasn't all that common a feature for cameras at the time. Now, here at the tail end of 2016, devices like the Galaxy S6 smartphone have better camera setups in a much smaller body. Today also we're having a peek at what may be a leap forward in photography for smartphones of the Samsung Galaxy S7 (2016) age.

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Red debuts Scarlet-W camera with 5K 60fps & $10K price tag

Red debuts Scarlet-W camera with 5K 60fps & $10K price tag

High-end professional camera maker Red has just announced a new model to their lineup, the Scarlet-W. The 3.5-pound camera boasts of 5K RAW video recording at 60 frames-per-second in widescreen, makes use of Red's Dragon sensor, and comes in a standard or Monochrome variant. Priced at a mere $9,950 for the body, the Scarlet-W is considered an entry-level model in Red's lineup, coming behind the $29,000 6K Epic.

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SeaLife Micro 2.0 camera is waterproof to 60m, no case required

SeaLife Micro 2.0 camera is waterproof to 60m, no case required

SeaLife has announced its new Micro 2.0, an underwater camera that is fully sealed for use underwater without a separate case. The Micro 2.0 is SeaLife’s newest Micro model, and can be taken to depths of 200ft (about 60 meters). Aside from its ability to descend great depths, the camera functions like an ordinary point-and-shoot, including things like a rechargeable internal battery, Sony CMOS sensor, and more.

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Google Photos update turns it into a social network

Google Photos update turns it into a social network

No, Google didn't just turn Google Photos into Google+. Instead, they've updated the app to include Shared Albums, meaning you will be able to upload photos to an album that all of your contacts can see. Public sharing is slightly different, as is posting to Facebook. This update allows friends and family - whomever you've added - to access a unique folder in your library. Others can share folders of theirs with you, too.

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CES 2016 will be heavy on the VR

CES 2016 will be heavy on the VR

This week we've received a glass cube with a "hologram" of a smartphone inside - it's an invitation to an event at CES 2016. This is just one example of the absolute above-and-beyond effort manufacturers and developers are pouring in to the promotion of virtual reality devices and software. In this case, the brand is YEZZ, and the device is a smartphone that can capture the world around you in virtual reality mode. HTC, too, will be bringing another big VR package to the consumer electronics show 2016.

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Luna 360-degree camera fits in the palm of your hand

Luna 360-degree camera fits in the palm of your hand

Memora has launched its new 360-degree camera, hailing Luna as the smallest ever device of its kind. With Luna, consumers are able to record 360-degree footage (and live stream it if desired) and view the final videos with a Cardboard headset or on platforms that support 360-degree content. The device features two cameras with wide-angle lenses, with each camera recording video at 2k-resolution.

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LG G5 release date may be early: details suggest Spring

LG G5 release date may be early: details suggest Spring

Mobile World Congress may well be the place where LG reveals its next hero smartphone: the LG G5. This device, which we're assuming will follow the same naming conventions of the past several years, will play heavily on its new industry-leading camera technology, replaceable AND non-replaceable backsides, and premium feel. Unlike most major smartphone manufacturers, LG hasn't shown any fear of dropping relatively outlandish technologies and features of all sorts on devices it intends distribute widely - as such, we're excited to see what oddities they'll have in store.

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