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.
Sony’s APS-C mirrorless, α6300 is taking on the world: it’s got the world’s fastest auto-focus & the most phase-detection AF points available. This means incredible clarity and image quality whether you’re shooting still photos or pro-quality 4K video.
It’s got the look of a classic Pentax film camera, but the new Pen-F is a mirrorless digital camera with an impressive list of standard features: OLED viewfinder, 20-megapixel micro four thirds sensor and 5-axis image stabilization. The body also offers the versatility of interchangeable lenses.
Officially killed in 1982 when Kodak ceased production of 8mm film, that old home-movie standby of the 60s & 70s is making a comeback. Kodak has created a new Super 8 camera as an alternative to digital that taps into the current “analog renaissance” in photography & filmmaking. Big-time directors like JJ Abrams got their start on Super 8 formats & he’s calling the new Kodak, “a dream come true.”