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Olympus third and final teaser shows off a rugged camera

Olympus third and final teaser shows off a rugged camera

Camera maker Olympus really knows how to tease its fans. It has scheduled three separate and extremely short teasers a week apart to prepare the road for its still to be announced OM-D DSLR. And while Olympus is naturally careful not to reveal any specs, it does at least confirm one property the camera will have: its ability to withstand the elements.

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Nikon COOLPIX A1000, B600 make the case for dedicated cameras

Nikon COOLPIX A1000, B600 make the case for dedicated cameras

They say that the best tool is the one that you have with you. In terms of photography, that might mean your smartphone’s camera. With mobile image sensors becoming more and more capable, some might even wonder if there’s a future for entry-level compact cameras at all. Unsurprisingly, camera maker Nikon says there is and its new COOLPIX A1000 and COOLPIX B600 compacts try to prove why.

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Sony Alpha a6400 compact mirrorless camera is designed for vloggers

Sony Alpha a6400 compact mirrorless camera is designed for vloggers

Sony has unveiled its new Alpha a6400, a mirrorless camera targeted at creators and vloggers who need something more substantial than their phone, but who may not be ready for a large, complicated camera. The new a6400 caters to its target customers with the inclusion of a 180-degree rotating LCD, making it possible for users to record themselves manually while also viewing the built-in display.

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Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 Review: Behold the Display Beast

Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 Review: Behold the Display Beast

The Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 review you're about to read is centered on battery life, real-world use, and long-term viability. Some of this will need to be estimated based on the amount of time we've had the device thus far - we've not yet had the Mi Mix 3 for a long term. As we continue to use the Mi Mix 3, we'll continue to update the review.

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There’s a Canon 8K EOS R coming

There’s a Canon 8K EOS R coming

Canon is readying an 8K-capable EOS R camera, one of a number of models the company is planning to add to its mirrorless full-frame range. The EOS R launched back in September, packing a 30.3-megapixel full-frame sensor with ISO range of 100-40,000, along with Canon's DIGIC 8 image processor with a dual-pixel autofocus.

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Moza Mini-S handheld gimbal stabilizer is made for smartphones

Moza Mini-S handheld gimbal stabilizer is made for smartphones

Selfie-sticks and ordinary tripods are fine for basic mobile photography tasks, but serious projects require serious hardware, and that's where Moza's new Mini-S 3-axis handheld gimbal stabilizer comes in. The new model targets videographers who need to travel light without compromising the quality of their projects. Mini-S can accommodate most smartphones, including larger models.

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The Best of CES 2019

The Best of CES 2019

The year's most interesting collection of gadgetry and technology of many sorts hit Las Vegas this past week in the form of CES 2019. We looked at the lot, perused the booths, and met with the biggest brands in the business to see what stuck out most. Today we've listed our yearly "Best of CES" awards so that you might discover what we found to be the best, the brightest, and that which had the most potential. Computers, cars, TVs, gaming products, and smart devices are all in the mix.

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Insta360 Titan harnesses eight Micro 4/3 sensors for 11K video

Insta360 Titan harnesses eight Micro 4/3 sensors for 11K video

It started out with 360-degree camera accessories for smartphones but Insta360 is now all grown up and is ready to play in the big leagues. By big leagues, we mean those studios and content creators that require “professional”, and therefore expensive, rigs to perform their video or photo magic. Taking their hard-earned lessons and technologies from consumer products, Insta360 is introducing the Titan with its eight, yes eight, micro four-thirds cameras.

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OBSBOT Tail AI camera tracks your unforgettable dances and stunts

OBSBOT Tail AI camera tracks your unforgettable dances and stunts

Smartphone cameras are getting more sophisticated and more powerful these days and their AI-powered features and autofocus capabilities are becoming even more reliable. But no matter how good a smartphone camera may be, it still requires someone to hold it if you want to film your award-winning performances or death-defying stunts. Sometimes, the best smartphone camera for the job is not a smartphone camera. It’s really a job for Remo’s OBSBOT Tail, dubbed the world’s first Auto-Director AI Camera.

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RED Lithium Camera aims to make Hydrogen One phone useful

RED Lithium Camera aims to make Hydrogen One phone useful

After some rather negative reviews of the RED Hydrogen One smartphone earlier this year, the company's revealed an accessory of sorts. The RED Lithium Camera is a 3D camera for video professionals, and one that uses the Hydrogen One as a viewfinder and controller. The Hydrogen One wasn't meant for consumers, clearly - now it'll be a part of something far more expensive.

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Olympus teaser shows new mirrorless camera body

Olympus teaser shows new mirrorless camera body

Camera fans, at least those who consider cameras to not be phones, may have noticed Olympus absence in the news in the last few months of 2018. That silence, however, isn’t going to last long. While it may have missed out on putting out completely cameras last year, it seems to be planning on starting 2019 with a bang. It has a new camera, of course, though it’s still completely under wraps, but just to whet your photography appetites, the camera maker has put out an extremely short teaser for sleuths to see what its new OM-D camera might look like.

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Ultima Thule: Live photo updates beyond Pluto

Ultima Thule: Live photo updates beyond Pluto

Members of the NASA New Horizons team delivered remarks just after the start of the final approach to Ultima Thule, the most distant space body we've ever observed with a flyby. This even occurred began around 3PM Eastern Time, and all seems to have gone according to plan thus far. Now we'll just have to wait a bit before we see any media - it takes a while for any photos, etc, to be beamed back through space- that craft is quite a ways away!

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