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GoPro Seeker backpack holds up to five action cameras

GoPro Seeker backpack holds up to five action cameras

GoPro has launched a new backpack designed specifically for its action cameras…five of them to be exact. Called the GoPro Seeker, this backpack can hold up to five GoPro HERO action cameras in addition to personal items totaling up to 16 liters. The backpack is designed to make toting your GoPro gear around on adventures easier and, for the cameras at least, a bit safer. The backpack is available from GoPro's website now.

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How dare you take photos of fireworks with your phone

How dare you take photos of fireworks with your phone

If someone shared this article with you today, it's because you're already mentally preparing yourself for the cameras to come out before the fireworks even begin. "I know what's going to happen," you'll say. "Jack is going to start taking pictures about 5 minutes into the show, trying to snap a picture every time a gosh-darned firework flashes." Every year he does this! He knows GOOD AND WELL he's never going to do anything with those pictures anyway!

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Insta360 Nano cam gives iPhone 360-degree video capture

Insta360 Nano cam gives iPhone 360-degree video capture

VR-supported and 360-degree videos are starting to become more common, but your everyday user doesn't always want — or have access to — a big fancy camera rig to capture such footage while one the go. The Insta360 Nano aims to address this need with a pocket-size camera that brings 360-degree video recording to the iPhone.

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Fujifilm X-T2 leak details full roster of specs

Fujifilm X-T2 leak details full roster of specs

A new leak has surfaced purporting to know the specs of Fujifilm’s upcoming X-T2 camera. Among other things, the model is said to feature 4K video recording at 30fps and 24.3-megapixels, as well as support for RAW shooting and time lapses. The camera has been the subject of a few leaks in recent weeks; back in late April, for example, some spy shots of a camera said to show the X-T2 surfaced online, and since then a press shot of the camera has made its way to the public, as well.

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Olympus PEN-F Review: Retro done right

Olympus PEN-F Review: Retro done right

The Olympus PEN-F is retro done right: not just classic looks for the sake of tickling your reminiscence glands, but for delivering the best aspects of old gear. Launched back in January, the micro-four-thirds camera introduces several "firsts" to the PEN line-up, fittingly given it's also styled after Olympus' first PEN rangefinder from eighty years ago. Camera technology may have moved on hugely since the original PEN, but the key lessons are just as relevant today.

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Sigma sd Quattro camera launches next month for $799

Sigma sd Quattro camera launches next month for $799

Sigma introduced the sd Quattro cameras in February, but did not detail pricing or availability. That changed today, with the company (finally) dropping both details: you’ll be able to purchase the sd Quattro next month for $799 USD, a price that jumps to $999 USD if you purchase the camera bundled with the Sigma 30mm 1.4 DC HSM Art lens. The company will also be launching the new Sigma EF-630 flash next month for $379 USD, and a USB docking station for $79 USD.

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Typhoon H drone packing RealSense R200 camera hits pre-order

Typhoon H drone packing RealSense R200 camera hits pre-order

A new six-rotor drone fitted with its own camera and lots of other tech has been announced from Yuneec International the drone is called the Typhoon H with Intel RealSense Technology. The six-rotor drone has gone up for pre-order at an MSRP of $1,899. The first drone shipments to customers will be made within four weeks.

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Samsung Gear 360 arrives in US (but you probably can’t buy it)

Samsung Gear 360 arrives in US (but you probably can’t buy it)

Samsung's Gear 360 camera is finally going on sale in the US, but you're almost certainly not able to actually buy one. The 360-degree camera was revealed alongside the Galaxy S7 earlier this year, but until now has only been available for sale in markets outside of the US. Now, Samsung is kicking off sales, but in a very limited way.

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Hasselblad X1D crams medium format sensor into mirrorless camera body

Hasselblad X1D crams medium format sensor into mirrorless camera body

Just as was predicted, Hasselblad has announced its new X1D camera today, billed as the world's first medium format mirrorless camera. That means they've managed to fit a 50-megapixel medium format sensor into a small, compact interchangeable lens body. And because it's the same sensor Hasselblad uses in their high-end H6D camera, the X1D easily outpaces full-frame mirrorless camera models.

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Hasselblad X1D leak reveals medium format mirrorless camera

Hasselblad X1D leak reveals medium format mirrorless camera

Sweden's Hasselblad, the makers of some of the most high-end, professional-level cameras on the market, has an event coming up, and a few leaked images have given us an idea of what we can expect to be announced. Along with the Moto Mod for Motorola's Moto Z smartphone that was teased a few days ago, it also looks like the company is about to debut the X1D-50c, said to be the world's first medium format mirrorless camera.

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Seek’s CompactPRO thermal camera works with iOS and Android

Seek’s CompactPRO thermal camera works with iOS and Android

Seek Thermal has taken the wraps off its new CompactPRO, a thermal camera for use with Android smartphones and the iPhone. The camera is said to offer professional-grade quality at a price point that is within the reach of most consumers and small companies. As with other thermal cameras, the device features a thermal sensor array that measures temperatures — in this case, from as low as -40F to as high as 626F.

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Eye Eye is a remote smartphone camera for tight, perilous spaces

Eye Eye is a remote smartphone camera for tight, perilous spaces

All sorts of neat places exist that are too perilous for your phone — under the surface of a lake, for example, or down some dark hole in a cave. For those moments comes a new remote camera designed for use with smartphones, plugging into one via a curly cable to record footage straight to the device. The Eye Eye camera is small, can be mounted to a monopod or tripod, and can be used underwater.

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