Cameras

Apollo 11 Hasselblad camera celebrates those literally left on the moon

Apollo 11 Hasselblad camera celebrates those literally left on the moon

Back on July 20, 1969, when the Eagle landed on our moon, it was a Hasselblad camera that was chosen to take photographs. Now that we're here 50 years later, Hasselblad isn't about to let that fact be forgotten. As such, they've delivered all the important facts on their participation with the mission, including a full gear readout for the cameras used on each major photograph. ALSO there's a newly-minted special edition moon landing camera ready to roll for consumers this week.

Continue Reading

DJI Ronin-SC gimbal packed with features for mirrorless cameras at $440

DJI Ronin-SC gimbal packed with features for mirrorless cameras at $440

Today DJI introduced a new $440 gimbal that allows mirrorless camera users to take command of stabilization in videos of all sorts. This machine is simple-to-use, relatively small, and right on the high end of all the pro points. DJI suggests on their site that "due to limited new product availability," they'll only sell two units to each prospective customer.

Continue Reading

Intel RealSense Depth Camera SR305 cuts costs for 3D scanning

Intel RealSense Depth Camera SR305 cuts costs for 3D scanning

Intel has a new standalone camera module made for 3D sensing and mapping, and they want to get it into the hands of developers, academics and device prototypers as fast as possible. They've cut down on all the non-essential elements in previous models of similar devices, and here brought JUST the basics for several key 3D-sensing and mapping applications.

Continue Reading

Galaxy Note 10 primary feature further confirmed: Aimed at new iPhone 11 war

Galaxy Note 10 primary feature further confirmed: Aimed at new iPhone 11 war

This morning one of the most important features of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 was confirmed. Or rather, the fact that we've predicted its existence and specificity in feature details was confirmed, as was pretty much expected. We're talking about the primary camera module, and the fact that it'll almost certainly be more than just comparable to that of the Samsung Galaxy S10.

Continue Reading

Sony A7R IV official: 61MP full-frame beast with a monster price

Sony A7R IV official: 61MP full-frame beast with a monster price

Sony has revealed its latest full-frame camera, the Sony A7R IV, packing a hefty 61-megapixel sensor and a whopping 15 stops of dynamic range. The new camera is the latest in Sony's series of popular interchangeable lens models, and it debuts the company's - and the world's - first 35mm 61MP BSI sensor.

Continue Reading

Sigma fp packs a full-frame mirrorless camera in a tiny footprint

Sigma fp packs a full-frame mirrorless camera in a tiny footprint

Camera maker Sigma has revealed its latest mirrorless digital shooter, and it sounds like quite the device. Dubbed the Sigma fp, the company says that this new camera is "the world's smallest and lightest mirrorless digital camera with a full-frame image sensor." That a pretty big, if not very specific, boast.

Continue Reading

Wyze adds AI-powered Person Detection to its security cameras

Wyze adds AI-powered Person Detection to its security cameras

Wyze has released a free firmware update that brings a Person Detection feature to the company's existing Wyze Cam v2 (the cube-shaped model), as well as the tower-shaped and motorized Wyze Cam Pan. The new feature is powered by artificial intelligence under a partnership with Xnor.ai, making it possible to add the new ability without requiring a hardware upgrade.

Continue Reading

Leica V-Lux 5 camera is rolls with 25-400 mm lens

Leica V-Lux 5 camera is rolls with 25-400 mm lens

The Leica company revealed today their newest handheld camera, the Leica V-Lux 5. This camera has a relatively giant lens up front with 20-megapixel 1-inch sensor inside. It has a fold-out and flip OLED viewfinder screen on its back. And it's connected, able to use both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth to connect with the Leica FOTOS app.

Continue Reading

Canon PowerShot G7 X III and G5 X aim to appeal to visual storytellers

Canon PowerShot G7 X III and G5 X aim to appeal to visual storytellers

When you talk about recording videos these days, most people will probably presume you'll be using a smartphone. That's especially true when it comes to live streaming, since it's the most direct way to capture and send to the Internet anyway. Canon, however, is suggesting that you don't have to sacrifice quality and power just for convenience. With the new PowerShot G7 X III and the PowerShot G5 X II, the camera maker is trying to appeal to "visual storytellers", a.k.a. YouTubers who want to level up their live streaming with a semi-professional camera.

Continue Reading

Google Pixel 4 camera with telephoto lens, or red herring?

Google Pixel 4 camera with telephoto lens, or red herring?

Today we're taking a peek at some code from the latest version of the Google Camera app for Pixel devices. This app delivers some of the most interesting and powerful photography abilities to the mobile smartphone world - and not just for the devices for which these powers were intended. The Google Pixel 1, 2, and 3 took on the entire rest of the smartphone world with one single camera lens - now it looks two will roll with Pixel 4.

Continue Reading

Canon IVY REC clippable camera coming to Indiegogo soon

Canon IVY REC clippable camera coming to Indiegogo soon

Once upon a time, crowdfunding platforms like Kickstarter and Indiegogo were the go-to places for making dreams come true. It's where projects that would have never been greenlit by companies went to become reality. These days, those companies have also jumped on that bandwagon to hold pre-orders or gauge interest in a product they will sell later on for a higher pricee. The latest to use that strategy is Canon whose IVY REC will try to make lifelogging a thing again.

Continue Reading

Canon IVY REC is pretty much a new HTC Re

Canon IVY REC is pretty much a new HTC Re

The folks at Canon have a new camera they want you to see, a camera that'll go with you wherever you like, clipped to your belt loop. This camera is the Canon IVY REC, and upon first glance, it reminded us of one of the most strange cameras ever made: the HTC Re. The HTC Re looked for all the world like a fat pipe, the likes of which you'd use to capture video and photos anywhere you went with a tap of its giant physical backside button.

Continue Reading

1 2 3 4 Next