There is no shortage of action cameras on the market today designed to record all sorts of things from motorsports to extreme sports like skiing and others. GoPro is the undisputed leader in the action camera market and a lot of companies copy its products to the point that I am surprised there have been no trademark suits.
Video conferencing is becoming more and more popular in all sorts of business rather than sending people on trips across the country for meetings. Logitech has several video conferencing solutions on the market and the company has rolled out a new solution for business users. The new video conference solution is the ConferenceCam CC3000e.
Polaroid’s new XS1000i Action Sports Video cam is on display here at CES 2014, and we were lucky enough to get a quick hands-on with it. Small, light, and powerful, we’re anticipating Polaroid’s new camera to make an impact when it’s launched this summer. Instead of being an also-ran to the sports camera genre, Polaroid is coming in with guns blazing.
D-Link has announced a new product that is designed to make it easy to record and manage video from network video cameras. The new product is called the mydlink Camera Video Recorder DNR-202L. D-Link designed the video recorder to record video to any off the shelf USB drive making it easy for users to expand storage as needed with any drive on the market today.
Home and business owners who need to keep an eye on their residence or business from afar have a new product to check out called the +Cam Pro wireless camera. The device is a wireless home security camera making it easy to monitor your home, business, kids, or pets by viewing the live camera feed from your smartphone, tablet, or computer.
Canon has announced that it's offering a feature upgrade for its EOS C100 digital video camera. The feature upgrade is optional and allows owners of the C100 video camera to ship their camera back to Canon service and have the upgrade added after the purchase. The feature update adds dual pixel CMOS AF autofocus technology.
The market is full of cameras advertising a variety of POV functionality, from the well-known GoPro and Sony Action Cam to lesser known action and helmet cameras. The purpose behind them is to capture one's actions, typically in a sport environment. MeCam is similar, but is aimed at those who want to record their everyday actions, not just their latest trek down the side of a mountain.