Cameras

Arlo changes policy ending phone support after 90 days for non-subscribers

Arlo changes policy ending phone support after 90 days for non-subscribers

Arlo is a company that makes several different types of wireless HD cameras for home security. The product is very similar to Ring cameras, with a complete line of camera products ranging from doorbells to floodlight cameras and traditional security cameras. Recently, Arlo did something sure to anger some in its customer base.

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Amazon Blink Video Doorbell and camera mounts: Making sense of it all

Amazon Blink Video Doorbell and camera mounts: Making sense of it all

Amazon expanded their Blink ecosystem of whole-home security products with their Blink brand this week, including their first video doorbell. The Blink Video Doorbell will be ready to roll in among the collection that also includes a Blink Floodlight Camera and a Blink Solar Panel Mount, both of which can be bundled with the previously revealed Blink Outdoor in a variety of combinations.

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Pixel 6 Pro Camera app reveals upcoming features

Pixel 6 Pro Camera app reveals upcoming features

Google's Pixel phones have never had the best camera hardware in the market, but Google proved its photography prowess by compensating for it with advanced algorithms and AI. After many generations, Google is seemingly ready to upgrade its imaging sensors while still relying on software to make up for what hardware might lack. Google is, of course, still mum on the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro's camera features, but a teardown of the Camera app, fortunately, provides hints of what's to come.

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Wyze Cam Pan v2 debuts featuring Color Night Vision

Wyze Cam Pan v2 debuts featuring Color Night Vision

Wyze has revealed a new camera for use in the home called the Wyze Cam Pan v2. The camera is available now for $39.99 plus shipping. Like the original version of the Pan camera, it features 360-degree horizontal and 93-degree vertical pan and tilt capability.

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Galaxy A13 5G 50MP camera might be the start of a new trend

Galaxy A13 5G 50MP camera might be the start of a new trend

A lot of attention is given to Samsung's high-end and more expensive smartphones, which isn't surprising since that is what the company's marketing machinery tries to push to consumers' consciousness anyway. There is, however, also a plethora of choices under Samsung's name that address different markets and consumers with different needs and, most importantly, budgets. These are often left by the wayside when it comes to mobile technology innovations, but it seems that Samsung will be giving its Galaxy A series some TLC, starting with a humble Galaxy A13 5G.

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OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro get panoramic Hasselblad XPan shooting mode in latest update

OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro get panoramic Hasselblad XPan shooting mode in latest update

OnePlus today is shipping out a rather intriguing update for the OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro. Today's update is bringing a new Hasselblad XPan mode to both phones, allowing users to take photos that mimic those produced by the classic camera. Like the cameras on the back of the device, OnePlus said that it worked with Hasselblad to create this new shooting mode, so it looks like that partnership is being put to good use.

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GoPro HERO10 Black Review

GoPro HERO10 Black Review

The GoPro HERO10 Black convinced me that a dedicated camera device can be desirable and even necessary, even for a smartphone-using non-extreme-sports sort of person such as myself. During our first days with the GoPro HERO10 Black, we've taken the device on a journey through the basics, checking whether the device has the power to entice not only the hardcore user, but the odd shot hobby user or enthusiast, too.

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Apple warns mounting iPhone on motorcycle may damage its camera

Apple warns mounting iPhone on motorcycle may damage its camera

Apple has published a new support document advising iPhone owners to avoid certain high-amplitude vibrations, namely the kind you get from powerful motorcycle engines, in order to protect their phone's camera system. The newer iPhone models in particular have sophisticated camera technology, including optical image stabilization, that may be impaired by certain vibrations.

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RICOH GR IIIx emboldens high-end compact camera with 40mm equivalent lens

RICOH GR IIIx emboldens high-end compact camera with 40mm equivalent lens

The RICOH GR IIIx is the newest compact high-end camera from the company, made to ramp-up the powers of the already successful RICOH GR III. This camera works with a larger APS-C-size CMOS image sensor inside with a brand new GR ENGINE 6 imaging engine and approximately 24.24 effective megapixels with a max sensitivity of ISO 102400.

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Galaxy A phones could all get OIS cameras next year

Galaxy A phones could all get OIS cameras next year

High-end smartphones are no longer making great leaps in terms of performance every year, giving some mid-range devices the opportunity to catch up. While some phones bearing Snapdragon 7 series chips and MediaTek Dimensity processors are able to meet the majority of the needs of users, there are some areas where these less-than-premium phones still fail to impress. Photography is one of those areas, with some cameras doing decent but not spectacular jobs. That could be changing next year for the Galaxy A line as Samsung seeks to expand its capabilities with that much-desired OIS feature.

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Samsung ISOCELL HP1 brings a 200MP sensor to smartphones

Samsung ISOCELL HP1 brings a 200MP sensor to smartphones

Although higher pixel counts don't always translate to higher quality images, it sometimes never hurts to have more if you can afford it, especially since it looks good in marketing. For years now, Samsung has been pushing the envelope when it comes to the number of pixels a single mobile image sensor can hold, and it has just announced a new milestone with the 200MP ISOCELL HP1. Samsung also introduces the new ISOCELL GN5 promises upgraded autofocus with a more "normal" 50MP sensor.

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SimpliSafe Outdoor Camera is DIY simple and has its own 80dB siren

SimpliSafe Outdoor Camera is DIY simple and has its own 80dB siren

SimpliSafe revealed and released their first wireless outdoor camera this week. The SimpliSafe Outdoor Camera works with motion detection up to 30 feet away, latency-free two-way audio, and a removable, rechargeable battery. This camera works with SimpliSafe's Smart Person Detection and Smart AI algorithms to "preserve battery life and protect privacy."

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