Like a handheld Hubble, the Tiny1 is an astronomy camera powerful enough to capture deep space images but small enough to fit in your pocket. This little powerhouse packs 2.5K UHD resolution to produce 2688 x 1520 still images and video in a range of frame rates. Built-in star map software lets you know what you’re looking at & bluetooth+wi-fi connectivity let you share it all.
The forthcoming Typhoon H drone utilizes Intel RealSense Technology to control autonomous flight. This firmware uses 3D mapping & enables the drone to automatically navigate around obstacles. Downward facing sensors assist in stabilization as well as aiding accurate, low-level flying where GPS reception is poor. It comes equipped with an Intel R200 Camera offering 4K UHD video with a 30fps frame rate, HD 1080p video at 120fps and 12.4 Megapixel still images.
This 4K Ultra HD action cam from Olympus is built to take the inevitable beatings that come with filming all your amateur stuntwork. Drop-proof, freeze-proof, dust-proof and submersible to 100 feet, it features built-in wi-fi, GPS, & E-compass. An ultra-wide angle 204º f/2.0 lens captures all the action.
The Vuze camera from HumanEyes makes a big leap forward in simplifying the process of shooting and sharing 4K VR video. Point-and-shoot capabilities combined with near real-time processing with the Vuze studio app generates 1 minute of fully blended & stitched VR footage for every 1 minute of processing time.
The new M-D is an advanced digital rangefinder with a purist design intended to highlight the bare essentials of photography. With no LCD & manual settings for ISO values, apertures and shutter speeds, it trades technology for creative freedom while backing up every shot with that unquestionable image quality: A Leica Maestro image processor and 24 MP CMOS sensor.
From the team that created Video Stitch, a program that builds 360º video from multi-directional camera footage, comes Orah 4i, the world’s first camera to offer 360º Virtual Reality video live streaming. It shoots in 4K & stitches the footage in real-time, creating possibilities for immersive VR experiences as they happen.
There’s a lot going on in Sony’s latest iteration of the RX10. It still gives you 960 fps, 1080p super slo-mo, 30 fps 4K filming and 20 megapixel stills at 14 fps. The big upgrade to the new model is the giant zoom lens: an f2.4, 24-600mm that will make footage from your nosebleed seats look like you were front row on the floor.
When it’s released, this iPhone case will feel like a real camera. It has a physical shutter button that actually clicks and features a mount for a whole range of interchangeable lenses. An ergonomic camera-style grip, tripod mount & free camera app complete the photo-friendly package.
The most versatile of Nikon’s new DL line of premium compacts, is the DL24-85. Its 24-85-equivalent zoom and macro capabilities offer lots of shooting options. It features a 20.8MP 1″-type BSI CMOS sensor & shoots 4K/UHD video recording at 30p. Other highlights include a 3” OLED touchscreen and & NFC wi-fi.
The Gear 360 camera works with Samsung’s Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge smartphones to create 360º VR photos and video. The simple 3-button sphere uses a pair of wide-angle cameras each with a 195º field of view, which is stored on SD card memory & easily stitched together into full 360 imagery through the companion app.