Video Camera

Xplova X5 cycling computer has integrated video camera

Xplova X5 cycling computer has integrated video camera

Acer has unveiled an interesting product that avid bicyclists will want to check out called the Xplova X5. The X5 is said to be the first cycling computer in the industry that also has video recording capabilities to target cycling clubs, event organizers, and other community members. The wide-angle camera can record scenes from the ride, including perhaps any brushes with road raging drivers that cyclists face.

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The Lytro Cinema could give movie-making its next golden age

The Lytro Cinema could give movie-making its next golden age

Light field camera specialist Lytro promised a cinematographic revolution and they weren't kidding, with the new Lytro Cinema potentially representing as much of a technology shift as the move from analog to digital. The new camera - which, like Lytro's clever but poorly selling consumer cameras, captures not only light but the angle that the light hits the sensor, allowing for a wider range of post-processing options - promises to kill off the traditional green screen for special effects, among other things.

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Livestream Movi hands-on: The next livestream star

Livestream Movi hands-on: The next livestream star

Livestream's Movi made some big promises, claiming pro-edited footage on the fly from a palm-sized camera, but it could mark a big change in live-streaming. Launched at CES 2016 this week, it not only beams out high-def video in real-time, but turns a connected iOS device into a portable editing studio.

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Canon debuts refreshed line of PowerShot, Vixia cameras

Canon debuts refreshed line of PowerShot, Vixia cameras

At CES 2016 today, Canon used the show to introduce new digital camera models in its PowerShot line and a new Vixia camcorder. The refreshed lineup consists of multiple new PowerShot cameras in both the superzoom and pocket-size point-and-shoot categories, along with the camcorder aimed at budding filmmakers. The updates include Canon's latest processors and features designed to make shooting and filming both fun and simple.

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Livestream Movi takes Periscope-style streaming pro

Livestream Movi takes Periscope-style streaming pro

Livestream wants to max out live-streaming, with the Movi connected camera promising a palm-sized virtual studio for the Periscope set. Streaming in HD over a WiFi or LTE connection - the latter courtesy of a paired iPhone or iPad - the battery-powered Movi can do more than your average smartphone running Periscope, Meerkat, or Facebook Live Video.

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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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D-Link 180-degree WiFi Camera Review

D-Link 180-degree WiFi Camera Review

WiFi security cameras like Nest Cam have brought home monitoring within the reach of the mainstream, but all too often come with a subscription sting. Not so for the D-Link Full HD Ultra-Wide View WiFi Camera (DCS-2630L), which eschews the cloud in favor of a one-off price of $199.99 and the convenience of a microSD card. It also promises to fill that storage with a lot more of your home or office, courtesy of a full 180-degree lens.

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No, Nest Cam isn’t secretly spying on you

No, Nest Cam isn’t secretly spying on you

Is your Nest Cam watching you when you thought it was turned off? The WiFi streaming camera has found itself at the center of a security maelstrom this week, after research questioned just what was happening when the indicator light shuts off. Turns out, as with the Internet of Things in general, it's complicated.

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Lumenati CS1 turns iPhone 6 into an old school video camera

Lumenati CS1 turns iPhone 6 into an old school video camera

Anyone who was around back in the 70s or 80s will remember how big and bulky video cameras were back then. Today most video recording is done on smartphones with solid-state storage inside or memory cards. In the past, you needed film that had to be developed to shoot home movies. A new smartphone case called the Lumenati SC1 has debuted that turns your iPhone 6 or iPhone 6S into an old school style video camera.

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GoPro HERO4 Session slims action cam but loses 4K

GoPro HERO4 Session slims action cam but loses 4K

GoPro may have updated its action cameras recording capabilities over the years, but it's taken the arrival of the new GoPro HERO4 Session to finally slim things down. 50-percent smaller and 40-percent lighter than GoPro's existing HERO4 Black and Silver cameras, the HERO4 Session can shoot up to 1080p60 video or 8-megapixel stills and is backward-compatible with existing mounts. However, what you won't need is a case, since the Session is waterproof by design.

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JVC adds two new weather-proof camcorders, improves battery life

JVC adds two new weather-proof camcorders, improves battery life

As far as smartphone cameras have come, to get real, professional quality video, it's best to turn to the real thing. If you're going to be out in the elements, your video camera best be suited to brave the weather, otherwise your camera could end up becoming a fancy paperweight. The latest camcorders to join the weather-proof JVC Everio collection are the GZ-R450 and the GZ-R320. Both are waterproof up to 16.4 feet under water and withstand damage from freezing at temperatures as low as 14 degrees farenheit. The camcorders are also dust-proof and are designed to withstand being dropped from almost five feet off the ground.

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Canon EOS C300 Mark II revealed with 4K video

Canon EOS C300 Mark II revealed with 4K video

The successor to the original Canon EOS C300 has been revealed by the company with 4K video and dual DIGIC DV5 processors inside. The Canon C300 Mark II works with Dual Pixel CMOS AF, up to 410Mbps recording in 4K, and 10-bit 4:2:2 in 4K recording (UHD 3840 x 2160 & DCI cinematic (4096 x 2160 pixels) as well. Users will find this appearing in camera stores throughout the United States in and around September, while some retailers have begun taking pre-orders now. This camera will effectively replace the original C300 in Canon's video lineup.

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