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Xiaomi’s 100MP camera phone is more than madness

Xiaomi’s 100MP camera phone is more than madness

This week we're hearing from Xiaomi - from the company itself - that they're developing a 100MP camera. That means 108,000,000 pixels in total - 12032 x 9024 pixel resolution. If you think this is "absolutely crazy", per one of their fans Manu Kumar Jain, you might also think you're in a time-loop when you look at the camera phone released half a decade ago by Nokia.

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The best selfie phone yet just launched for $500

The best selfie phone yet just launched for $500

The ASUS ZenFone 6 is the world's best smartphone when judged SPECIFICALLY on selfie photos and videos. So why have I never heard of this phone, you might be saying to yourself right now. If you've only ever owned MacBooks or HP desktop computers your whole life, you might've never heard of the brand ASUS. If you're not a relatively adamant fan of Android (the mobile OS) in general, you'd be forgiven for not realizing that ASUS was and is still an Android smartphone manufacturer here in 2019.

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Xiaomi Mi A3 photo samples see value in low-end

Xiaomi Mi A3 photo samples see value in low-end

Today we got the Xiaomi Mi A3 to take an early look before our full review. Today's article (the one you're in right now) will serve as a very simple peek at the Xiaomi Mi A3 and its abilities as a camera. Please take note that this is a sort of preliminary investigation - we'll most certainly have a Xiaomi Mi A3 Review released in short order, as well!

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GoPro app update brings Quik video editor, new design, and enhanced filters

GoPro app update brings Quik video editor, new design, and enhanced filters

Action camera company GoPro has updated its mobile app with a new user interface, as well as an integration of the Quik video editing app and select other changes. These offerings are powered by a new software engine, according to the company, which says today's update is the first in 'a series' of planned app updates that'll unify camera control and content editing.

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DJI’s FPV drone racing goggles tap a 120fps camera

DJI’s FPV drone racing goggles tap a 120fps camera

DJI has a new way to get a drone's eye view, with the DJI Digital First Person Viewing (FPV) Transmission System pairing live-streaming video with a set of digital goggles. Targeting the growing field of drone racing, along with videographers wanting a higher framerate from their footage, the system promises digital quality with latency to compete with traditional analog streaming systems.

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Moto G7 Plus DxOMark score offers a mixed bag

Moto G7 Plus DxOMark score offers a mixed bag

Motorola is no longer the darling of the mobile community, especially after it was sold to Lenovo. After its Moto Mod phase, the company has failed to put out any noteworthy premium phone. It does, however, continue to churn out acceptable mid-range handsets with nearly pure Android software on top. The latest in that line is the Moto G7 Plus, which sadly wasn't included in the US launch. Now DxOMark's rather late review of the phone could make some fans of the brand wish it weren't the case.

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VSCO adds two classic Kodak film filters for capturing retro-style images

VSCO adds two classic Kodak film filters for capturing retro-style images

Instagram competitor VSCO has added two new film simulation filters to its mobile photography app, enabling smartphone owners to capture images with old school Kodak Portra styles. Members get access to the new KP6 filter, which offers the same look of the Kodak Portra 400VC film introduced in 1998; the new KP7 filter imitates the Kodak Portra 400UC released in 2002, but with a twist.

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Sony RX100 VII is a strangely powerful compact camera for creators

Sony RX100 VII is a strangely powerful compact camera for creators

The Sony RX100 series was made for creative types - not just for those who aim for documentation. As such, they've embedded a whole lot of features that were made with product-makers in mind. The RX100 VII (DSC-RX100M7) is the latest in this line of compact, quick-shoot, autofocus cameras made to do everything a smartphone does, but better.

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Gallery Go takes Google’s photo management tools offline

Gallery Go takes Google’s photo management tools offline

Google has already launched a range of lightweight apps meant for use in regions with limited internet access, and today it continued that trend by launching Gallery Go. More specifically, Gallery Go was launched by Google Nigeria as an easy to use, data-light photo management app. Despite that focus on using data sparingly (and taking up as little storage space as possible), Gallery Go is still packing some serious capability under the hood.

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Square launches Photo Studio service to improve your Etsy images

Square launches Photo Studio service to improve your Etsy images

If you're one of the millions of people operating a website, selling items online, or curating Pinterest boards, you'll likely appreciate the need for high-quality product images. In the absence of a high-end camera, a proper lighting setup, and suitable skills, however, many online sellers are left with lackluster images, potentially impacting sales and follower numbers. Here to help solve that problem is mobile payment company Square.

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Kodak’s new cardboard scanner makes it easy to digitize old film

Kodak’s new cardboard scanner makes it easy to digitize old film

Kodak has launched a cardboard film scanning device that enables anyone who owns an Android phone or iPhone to scan their boxes of old film negatives. The scanner, when not in use, looks like an ordinary yellow and black cardboard box. When opened, however, the Kodak Mobile Film Scanner expands into a full film negative and color slide digitizing system.

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Pixel 3a on DxOMark rating could give Pixel fans pause for thought

Pixel 3a on DxOMark rating could give Pixel fans pause for thought

When Google started making its own phones, fans of its old Nexus line may have been partly disappointed by the price tag. With the Pixel, the Android platform maker jumped into the premium flagship race and seemed to refuse to look back. Almost three years later, however, it launched the Pixel 3a to target more budget-constrained buyers with not a few compromises all around. According to DxOMark, however, it at least doesn't compromise on one critical thing: the camera.

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