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Logitech BRIO 4K Pro Webcam packs HDR, Windows Hello

Logitech BRIO 4K Pro Webcam packs HDR, Windows Hello

Logitech has revealed its latest webcam, the Logitech BRIO 4K Pro, the first webcam with Ultra HD support with HDR and a 5x near-lossless zoom. The company's first 4K webcam, the BRIO also supports Windows Hello, Microsoft's face-recognition security system. However, there's more to it than just packing in pixels.

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GoPro HERO6 launch confirmed for 2017

GoPro HERO6 launch confirmed for 2017

GoPro has confirmed that we'll be seeing the next iteration of its HERO camera, the HERO6, some time this year. The confirmation isn't entirely surprising, but does lay to rest speculation that troubles with HERO5 production, as well as the Karma drone recall, may have delayed the arrival of GoPro's next flagship action camera. The news was confirmed during the company's fourth-quarter 2016 earnings call.

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ZeroTech Rollcap 4K action camera inbound with integrated gimbal

ZeroTech Rollcap 4K action camera inbound with integrated gimbal

There’s a new action camera heading to the market, one with integrated stabilization to keep your action videos stabilized. ZeroTech’s Rollcap camera will have a built-in 3-axis gimbal able to pan plus/minus 40-degree, tilt up to 30-degree, and with a roll range of 85-degrees. That aside, the camera will also offer some high-end features, such as the ability to record Ultra HD 4K footage.

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Pentax KP APS-C DSLR is weatherproof, packs many K-3 features

Pentax KP APS-C DSLR is weatherproof, packs many K-3 features

Ricoh has unveiled its new Pentax KP, a slim weatherproof DSLR camera designed for outdoor use. According to the company, this new model packs many of the same features found in the Pentax K-3 model, and is the brand’s first APS-C camera to feature the five-axis Shake Reduction II system. Ricoh bills this model as an option for anyone who needs a camera for uses spanning ‘casual snapshots’ to serious outdoor photography.

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Fujifilm X100F, X-T20 augment X Series with speed and control

Fujifilm X100F, X-T20 augment X Series with speed and control

Not everyone is going need or can afford something as high-end as the newly launched GFX 50S medium-format camera. Knowing that full well, Fujifilm has prepared other new cameras that, while not as pricey, still aim to offer the best digital photography experience their money can buy. But don’t pan the X100F and X-T20 just because they’re successors to previous models, unlike the totally brand new GFX 50S. Because, being successor’s, they can build up on and fix the mistakes of the past. Or, at the very least, offer a cheaper alternative.

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Fujifilm mirrorless GFX 50S medium-format costs a fortune

Fujifilm mirrorless GFX 50S medium-format costs a fortune

How much are you willing to pay for a professional digital camera? That is basically the question you will ask when confronted with the Fujifilm GFX 50S’ price tag. Granted, it’s not as exorbitant as its rivals and it is, after all, supposed to be a high-end tool. Those who live and die by their digital shooters will probably not even flinch at Fujifilm’s latest premium medium-format mirrorless digital camera, though they may scratch their heads a bit when reading the fine print.

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Kodak Ektra camera smartphone is coming to the US

Kodak Ektra camera smartphone is coming to the US

Camera makers have more or less dabbled in the mobile market, whether with devices or with accessories, but few have actually made a serious effort to plant a foot there. Kodak’s Ektra is the lone exception, practically doing what the likes of Samsung’s “Zoom” or Nokia’s PureView smartphones have attempted: to offer a better digital camera experience than even the best smartphone cameras. At CES 2017, Kodak is answering the biggest question of all: it the Ektra coming to the US? And the answer is a resounding yes, though you might not be too excited about the price.

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DJI tipped in majority stake acquisition of Hasselblad

DJI tipped in majority stake acquisition of Hasselblad

DJI has acquired a majority stake in the Swedish camera company Hasselblad, according to sources. Both companies will reportedly develop high-end drone cameras in collaboration with each other, merging the best of DJI’s drone technology and Hasselblad’s camera technology. At this point it isn't clear what plans DJI has for Hasselblad, aside from working with it to develop some drone cameras.

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Polaroid Pop Instant Digital Camera spits out small printed photos

Polaroid Pop Instant Digital Camera spits out small printed photos

Polaroid has another camera on the market that can print physical photographs, this one the Polaroid Pop Instant Camera. This small camera made its debut at CES 2017; with it, photographers can print instant 3x4” photos, the very thing for which Polaroid is famous. This camera is somewhat similar to the maker’s previous Snap cameras, using the ZINK Zero Ink printer integrated within the model to print the photos.

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Hubble Hugo mood-tracking smart camera has Alexa onboard

Hubble Hugo mood-tracking smart camera has Alexa onboard

Amazon's Alexa continues its march across the smart home, showing up next in Hubble's Hugo, an eyeball-like motorized camera that can also figure out your mood. Part-security camera and part-robot, Hugo is a spherical lens atop a moving base, and actually looks quite a bit like 'bots from Jibo and LG. What those robots can't do, though, is tell when you're furious just by glancing at you.

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Fujifilm FinePix XP120 is rugged but light, graphite X-T2, X-Pro2 coming

Fujifilm FinePix XP120 is rugged but light, graphite X-T2, X-Pro2 coming

The problem with most devices advertised as rugged is that they are bulkier and heavier than their less than tough counterparts. Either that or the accessories that make them rugged turn them into hulking versions of themselves. Fujifilm says that you don’t have to choose one or the other. At least not for its new FinePix XP120 digital camera. This compact shooter boasts of four kinds of rugged features while remaining not just small but also light at just 203 g.

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Panasonic LUMIX FZ80 has 60x optical zoom and optical image stabilization

Panasonic LUMIX FZ80 has 60x optical zoom and optical image stabilization

Yet another Panasonic camera has been bestowed upon us, this model being the Lumix FZ80. The newest addition to Panasonic’s FZ series features the same Venus Engine found in today’s other two camera announcements, as well as a High Sensitivity MOS 18.1-megapixel sensor. Most notable, though, is the FZ80's massive 60x optical zoom, a 20 - 1200mm 35mm camera equivalent. To keep those ultra-zoomed photo sharp, the camera also features POWER Optical Image Stabilization.

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