Shooting photos with your phone at night can turn even a goddess into a pasty-faced, Molly’d up Miley lookalike. Get the iblazr external LED flash for your phone & you’ll be like, “We Can’t Stop” taking amazing night pics. Works for Android, iPhone & iPad.
It’s a little camera with a lot of possibilities. The NEX-5T is an ultra-compact with a large optical sensor, a speedy autofocus, NFC capability & it’s compatible with 16 of Sony’s E-mount lenses.
Manfrotto is the premier name in tripods for professional photography. Their latest, the PIXI is a sturdy & versatile 8-inch mini tripod with a locking ball-head. It will work in all environments and hopefully put an end to those shameful bathroom mirror selfies.
1080P HD video, Wi-Fi, & GPS are the key features in this new “watch what I did” camera but it’s also got something that the others don’t: preset & programmable filming modes that help you film only what you want: like the ski run down but not the chairlift ride up.
Yeah, a camcorder. They still make those. The new VIXIA mini is a slim, compact video & still camera that offers HD video, built-in wi-fi, an ultra wide-angle lens, and a full bundle of proven Canon image & software technologies.
It may look like grandma’s old hobby camera from the 60s but this is actually the new Lumix GX7, a micro 4/3s point & shoot with a magnesium-alloy body, a 16-MP sensor, built-in wi-fi & super-high 25.6K ISO for getting solid shots even in situations with terrible lighting. Available November 2013.
If you’re into shutterbuggery, Hasselblad’s latest point & shoot is gonna give you wood. For real. Molded to the all aluminum Sony-made RX100 body, the Stellar features an Italian-designed grip that comes in your choice of 6 different types of wood: Padouk, Olive, Mahogany, Zebra, Walnut & Wenge. A solid grip for capturing a 20MB image with ultra-sharp Zeiss optics.
Someday your iPhone will probably shoot 3D video on it its own but for now, there’s Poppy. Slide your iPhone 4, 4S, iPhone 5 or fifth-generation iPod Touch into this little viewer & you’ll see all your photos & video in 3-D. There are no electronics inside, just a pair of lenses that create the effect.
You can’t shoot all your videos with a helmet-cam so when you’re done playing, Canon’s new 70D will help document the rest of your life. This camera replaces the outgoing 60D & for upgrades it got built-in Wi-Fi, Near Field Communication (NFC) sharing, a 3-inch LCD touchscreen and a bump up in megapixels. But the key upgrade for video is Canon’s all-new “Dual Pixel CMOS” focusing system. And yes, it also shoots photos.
Unlike most mini POV cameras, the Flytecam doesn’t need a special waterhousing or shockproof case to go from the turf to the surf and back. This thing is all-terrain. It features a rugged, rubberized body that is waterproof to 3 meters and shoots full HD 1080P video. A wide 120º lens & 60fps slow-mo mode brings the action up close.