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Logi Circle 2 Review: Weatherproof camera undercuts Nest

Logi Circle 2 Review: Weatherproof camera undercuts Nest

When it comes to connected home security cameras, Logitech hasn't given up on weening you off your Nest addition. The Logi Camera 2 takes a more security-centric view than its predecessor, with the benefit of more capable software, smart home intentions that play nicely with HomeKit and Alexa, and a free monitoring plan that's bordering on generous.

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GoPro had a great Q3, paves the way for Q4 with Fusion and HERO6

GoPro had a great Q3, paves the way for Q4 with Fusion and HERO6

GoPro struggled financially for years, ultimately undertaking somewhat drastic measures to correct its course. Those measures included multiple layoffs, ultimately shedding hundreds of jobs while restructuring the business in a way that would cut costs and, if all went as planned, help it be profitable again. All of that work has paid off, according to the company's most recent quarterly results.

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YI Outdoor Camera 1080p is a $99 weatherproof home security camera

YI Outdoor Camera 1080p is a $99 weatherproof home security camera

Chinese company YI Technology has announced a new home security camera designed for outdoor use. Called the YI Outdoor Camera 1080p, this model has the ability to record outside day and night in Full HD resolution, doing so without concern for whether it is raining, hot, or cold out. Unlike the company's indoor home security camera, this model has a wide, short cylindrical design.

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This beautiful iPhone X app will make you love the notch

This beautiful iPhone X app will make you love the notch

The team behind camera app Halide has just announced Halide 1.5, a version of the camera app that brings elements designed specifically for the iPhone X. Version 1.5 is described as a 'huge update,' one that brings a new camera interface made from the ground up for the latest and arguably greatest iPhone model. Among other things, all of Halide 1.5's controls are within thumb's reach.

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Rylo is a new kind of camera by ex- Apple and Instagram devs

Rylo is a new kind of camera by ex- Apple and Instagram devs

Rylo might be the only non-phone-based camera in the world worth considering using by the average video-capturing person today. The device has two cameras, one on either side, and it captures spherical video for flat editing. That is, while it captures the entire world around the user, it allows magical things to happen with the final product - a standard video with smart focus and plenty of other smart software tricks.

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Sony A7R III full-frame camera is a 42.4MP powerhouse

Sony A7R III full-frame camera is a 42.4MP powerhouse

Sony's full-frame Alpha series is gaining a new model, the Sony A7R III, promising a hefty 42.4-megapixel sensor and 4K video capture. Revealed today, the A7R III can shoot at up to 10 fps in either its mechanical shutter or silent shooting modes, without sacrificing full Auto Focus and Auto Exposure tracking. It's also been brought bang up to date with the latest ports.

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Mevo Plus livestreaming camera is first fruit of Vimeo deal

Mevo Plus livestreaming camera is first fruit of Vimeo deal

Livestream and Vimeo hooked up in September, and now we get to see the first fruits of that deal. A new Mevo Plus livestreaming camera has been announced today, along with improvements in streaming for anybody with the old Mevo or Livestream's Studio software. The goal is to reduce the number of headaches involved in getting professional-looking live video online.

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Best phone camera of 2017 : Seek out PDAF

Best phone camera of 2017 : Seek out PDAF

Today we're going to take a look at what it means to buy a smartphone with a camera "that just takes good pictures." You know, the sort of phone that just lets you snap a picture and it won't be blurry. I'm here to tell you that this phone does exist, but that actually snapping a reasonably sharp photo is not quite as simple as just pointing and shooting.

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Razer targets streamers with Kiyo camera and Seiren X mic

Razer targets streamers with Kiyo camera and Seiren X mic

Razer today is announcing two new products aimed directly at gamers who stream on platforms like Twitch and YouTube. The company revealed its new Kiyo webcam and Seiren X standalone microphone today. Both were developed with input from Twitch and YouTube personalities, earning the label of "streamer certified broadcasting hardware" as a result.

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Samsung 360 Round has 17 lenses and captures 4K 3D streaming video

Samsung 360 Round has 17 lenses and captures 4K 3D streaming video

Samsung 360 Round was revealed this week at the Samsung Developer Conference 2017 for enthusiasts and specialists in the 3D content field (for VR). That's a fairly broad field, as it were - everything from extreme sports recording to live news broadcasting. As such, this newest 360 camera from Samsung is made to capture the most amazing spherical video a device this size is capable of.

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Pixel Visual Core: Google’s custom-made image processing chip

Pixel Visual Core: Google’s custom-made image processing chip

While Google’s Pixel phones have had very impressive scores on DxOMark’s benchmarks, it is perhaps even more impressive that they are able to accomplish that much for very little hardware. Much of the magic happens on the software side, with the use of algorithms and machine learning. Those, however, don’t just magically happen and incur a penalty on the phone’s processor. That is why Google made its own Pixel Visual Core system-on-chip specifically and only for image processing and machine learning related to that. And soon, even third party developers will have access to it.

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Google Camera NX for Nexus 5X, 6P brings Motion Photos, Face Retouching

Google Camera NX for Nexus 5X, 6P brings Motion Photos, Face Retouching

Having great hardware is one thing, but without software to fully take advantage of it, their greatness is reduced. That is the painful truth that owners of the 2015 Nexus phones, the Nexus 5X and the Nexus 6P, find themselves in. Despite having capable camera hardware and the processors to drive some features, the stock camera apps don’t do it enough justice. Fortunately, this is Android and one enterprising developer, XDA Senior Member Charles_I, was able to take Google Camera 5.1 app intended for the new Pixel 2 phones and put them in a new Google Camera NX mod that will do wonders for the two last Nexus phones.

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