Photography

Panasonic Lumix FT7: Rugged in orange, blue, and black

Panasonic Lumix FT7: Rugged in orange, blue, and black

Panasonic has announced the Lumix FT7, a new compact camera aimed at the more adventurous among us. This is a rugged camera, meant to be used outdoors and perhaps in turbulent situations. At the same time, Panasonic doesn't want its rugged nature to mean that it has to compromise on resolution, granting the FT7 4K capabilities.

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Facebook RED Camera: Will we be able to afford it?

Facebook RED Camera: Will we be able to afford it?

Facebook announced they'd be collaborating with RED Digital Cinema to create a 6DoF camera. That's 6 degrees of freedom, a term which encapsulates the essence of the current must-have features for believable, usable virtual reality experiences. "Over the past year, we’ve worked to realize the next phase of our x6 and x24 6DoF capture prototypes and set out to find a camera hardware partner with uncompromising image quality and cinematographic acumen," said a Facebook/Oculus representative. "Today, we’re pleased to announce our partnership with RED Digital Cinema."

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olloclip system for iPhone X ushers in a new look for mobile photography

olloclip system for iPhone X ushers in a new look for mobile photography

Back when smartphone cameras weren't as sophisticated as they are today, the only way for you to get more professional looking photos was through clip-on lenses. But even with smartphone cameras that can do wide-angle or telephoto shots, you can only do so much without outside help. olloclip has pioneered that clip-on lens system and continues to perfect its craft even in the face of increasingly capable smartphones. In time for the new iPhone X, olloclip has not only taken on a new branding but also a new design that offers a fresh new and easier way to capture precious memories in the best way possible.

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Snapchat Spectacles 2.0 VS 1.0, new vs old

Snapchat Spectacles 2.0 VS 1.0, new vs old

Snapchat Spectacles v2 are out - that's Snapchat Spectacles 2.0, according to Snap. Today we're having a look at the differences between the new Snapchat photo and video-recording glasses and their predecessor. At first glance, you might not be able to tell the difference - but once you're behind the lenses, you'll be running with heat.

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Flickr bought by SmugMug photo hosting service

Flickr bought by SmugMug photo hosting service

While it pales in popularity compared to the big social networks, photo-sharing site Flickr is still around. Founded in 2004 and purchased by Yahoo in 2005 for over $20 million, Flickr grew to roughly 75 million accounts, but has long been overtaken by social media giants like Facebook and Instagram. But now Flickr has a new owner, the professional photo hosting service SmugMug, and it promises to do what's best for the site and its users.

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The Huawei P20 Pro’s camera just got a big endorsement

The Huawei P20 Pro’s camera just got a big endorsement

The answer to which smartphone has the best camera is a tricky one, but Huawei has scooped up another award for its P20 Pro. Announced last month, the triple-camera smartphone cranked up Huawei's imaging credentials with a Leica co-branded array of color and monochrome sensors that mingle their data for better results.

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Rylo 360 camera gets new mode, Bluetooth remote in app update

Rylo 360 camera gets new mode, Bluetooth remote in app update

The miniature 360-degree camera Rylo has gained new features thanks to a software update released today. Owners who update the mobile app will see a new 180-degree mode, enabling content to be recorded using only one of the camera's two sensors. In addition, the update brings a photo timer, the ability to wirelessly capture content using Bluetooth, and more.

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GoPro trade-in discount program now accepts any digital camera

GoPro trade-in discount program now accepts any digital camera

GoPro has a trade-in program that it calls "Trade-Up" for getting discounts on its current products. Previously, you had to trade-in a previous-generation GoPro camera to get the discount on a newer product, but the company announced changes today that open the program to any digital camera. Trade-up is available to anyone in the US, with discounts reaching up to $100 depending on model.

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What can Google Lens do? 10 things, for now

What can Google Lens do? 10 things, for now

As of today, Google Lens can identify, translate, or otherwise work with Text, Barcodes, Landmarks, Books, and Media. It can also identify popular dog breeds and cat breeds - so you can finally figure out what your mutt is. Or if you have an especially strange-looking dog, you can find out what your dog MIGHT be. Today we're going to run down the latest list of things Google Lens can do.

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Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4K can record direct to external SSD

Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4K can record direct to external SSD

This week we're taking a peek at the new Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4K. This device works with a native 4096 x 2160 resolution 4/3 sized sensor. This camera rolls with built-in SD, UHS-II, and CFast card recorders as well as a a USB-C expansion port. With this port, users are able to record directly to an external SSD or flash disk. That'll make the transfer of media to its final destination all the quicker.

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Olympus PEN E-PL9 US launch targets phone camera upgraders

Olympus PEN E-PL9 US launch targets phone camera upgraders

Lately we've been seeing a lot of camera makers attempting to appeal to smartphone photographers who have started to crave a little more out of their cameras. Olympus is no different, announcing its PEN E-PL9 back at the start of February. At the time, it didn't give this beginner friendly camera a release date or pricing for the US, but that all changes today.

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Canon 120MXS 120MP sensor will be great for surveillance

Canon 120MXS 120MP sensor will be great for surveillance

It’s been more than 3 years in the making but now Canon has something more concrete to show than just promises and theoretical data. Back in 2015, it announced, among two other next-gen cameras, a 120 megapixel SLR camera that has yet to actually launch. It has taken one step closer to making that drool-worthy and pocket-burning camera a reality with a 3-minute video showcasing why this particular sensor won’t be of interest just to photographers but even to security agencies and personnel.

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