Digital Camera

Casio Exilim FR110H camera is a 1.9MP ultra low-light snapper

Casio Exilim FR110H camera is a 1.9MP ultra low-light snapper

Casio has rolled out a new digital camera for specialty photography and at a glance it sounds like a camera from years and years ago. It has a scant 1.9MP resolution, but Casio says that those pixels are extra large and meant specifically for gathering light in low-light situations. The image sensors is a back-illuminated CMOS sensor and you only have to look at the image of the lion to see how much better at low-light photography the FR110H is than Casio's other cameras.

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Canon EOS Rebel T6 with gray design quietly launched in U.S.

Canon EOS Rebel T6 with gray design quietly launched in U.S.

Canon has quietly launched a new EOS Rebel T6 camera with a gray body and a brown textured grip. Rumors of the camera first surfaced days ago followed by some leaked photos showing the model. Though Canon hasn't made any big formal announcements about it, the new option is officially available from the maker's website for $549.99 USD, marking a somewhat inexpensive option for those serious about getting into photography.

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Leica TL is a modest update to the ‘T’ mirrorless camera

Leica TL is a modest update to the ‘T’ mirrorless camera

Leica has launched a modestly updated version of its Leica T mirrorless camera, the new Leica TL. This model brings some notable but relatively small changes over the previous model, including a higher storage capacity and a new color option that sets it apart. Some of the great aspects from the Leica T remain, however, including the 16-megapixel APS-C sensor and the same general body design.

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Chronos slow mo camera makes 21,000 fps more affordable

Chronos slow mo camera makes 21,000 fps more affordable

Forget your smartphone’s 120 fps slow motion feature. This little camera can shoot at 21,600 frames per second! Of course at a very low resolution. But even at 1,000 fps, the Chronos 1.4C already offers an impressive capability, which is all the more made impressive by what would be its price tag. Yes, $2,500 isn’t exactly cheap by any means, but it’s still considerably more accessible compared to similar cameras offering the same capabilities at a mind-blowing $30,000.

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You still can’t afford this Leica covered in ping-pong paddle rubber

You still can’t afford this Leica covered in ping-pong paddle rubber

It's only been about a month since Leica's last limited edition camera — the latest M-P Titanium model — but now they're back something even more unique. Designed by artist and photographer Rolf Sachs, this special edition Leica M-P is covered in the rubber used on ping-pong paddles. Officially known as "pimple-out rubber," the red material is wrapped around a black camera, offering a satisfying grip and handling experience.

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Leica reveals M-P Titanium limited edition

Leica reveals M-P Titanium limited edition

If you thought premium German camera maker Leica was going to start appealing to the casual consumer market following the debut of their new Sofort instant camera this week, worry not; the sky-high priced models are still coming. The company has just announced the latest version of its semi-regular limited edition titanium model, this time of their current flagship camera, the Leica M-P.

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Leica enters instant film market with Sofort camera

Leica enters instant film market with Sofort camera

If you're big into photography, you've likely noticed that the last few years have seen a surge in instant photo cameras; the spirit of classic Polaroid film cameras brought back in form of Fuji's Instax, the Impossible Project's I-1, Lomography, and even the Polaroid brand itself. Now Leica, the renowned German photography company, is getting into the game with its new Sofort camera, but of course it's putting a luxury spin on the whole thing.

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Canon EOS 5D Mark IV images and specs leak, ISO up to 102,400

Canon EOS 5D Mark IV images and specs leak, ISO up to 102,400

Digital photography fans that are in the market for a new DSLR camera with lots of features may have a new DSLR to lust over with alleged specs and images of the Canon EOS 5D Mark IV turning up online. The images show the camera from all angles and show a device that looks very much like you would expect a Canon DSLR to look. The main features of the camera include a 30.4MP image sensor with dual pixel CMOS.

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GoPro’s Omni 360-degree camera ships next week

GoPro’s Omni 360-degree camera ships next week

GoPro has confirmed the shipping date for its Omni 360-degree camera, a rig of the company's compact action cameras that's capable of filming fully spherical video. Announced back in April, Omni mounts six HERO4 Black cameras - pointing in six different directions - in an aluminum frame, and comes with software to stitch the resulting footage together into a single video that's viewable with a VR headset.

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Samsung Gear 360 Review

Samsung Gear 360 Review

Samsung hasn't just made a bet on virtual reality being the future of entertainment, with the Gear 360 camera it wants VR content creation to be accessible to the masses, too. Hot on the heels of the Gear VR headset comes the perfect camera companion to actually shoot your own 360-degree photos and videos, though it finds itself in the early stages of what may well be a significant learning curve for users.

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GoPro Hero 5 with touchscreen teased in video leak

GoPro Hero 5 with touchscreen teased in video leak

An announcement of the next flagship action-cam from GoPro, surely to be called the Hero 5, could be coming in the near future. A brief video has been posted to Vimeo and shared on Reddit, highlighting a new touchscreen-based interface on the rear of the camera that's completely different from GoPro's existing Hero models.

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The Samsung Gear 360 camera finally has a full release date

The Samsung Gear 360 camera finally has a full release date

Samsung's Gear 360 camera has been teasing us for some months now, with a handful of limited-availability releases most people can't take advantage of, but the 360-degree camera has finally got a full launch date. Announced alongside the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge, the ball-shaped shooter will finally go on sale online later this month, on August 19th.

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