Lots of upgrades from the last model. Fujifilm’s latest expansion to their X series cameras, is the X-T1 SLR & it’s built for the outdoors. It features a hi-res OLED panel, 8fps continuous shooting, and freezeproof, dustproof, weather-resistant construction.
In addition to big, crisp images and 3D video, Samsung’s new NX30 compact system also offers wi-fi options, cloud access, and NFC connectivity that supports PhotoBeam & Mobile Link for effortless instant sharing.
While most video camera makers are focused on the visuals, the new Q4 from Zoom is billed as the camera for musicians. It combines hi-def video with hi-res sound so you can create videos that sound as good as they look. It can stream a live performance, produce a great-sounding demo from the road, & create crisp, clear music lesson videos with ease.
Since most of us only shoot photos with our phone, it’s high time somebody focused on creating legit lenses for all us phone-tographers. Moment is that somebody. They make a range of high-quality glass lenses that will take photos from your iPhone, iPad, & Galaxy devices to the next level.
The wide-angle view of the standard helmet cam is about 120º to 180º, so at best you’re getting half the scene. If you want to see everything—the full 360º panorama—get one of these. The 360Fly & 360Microfly each feature a 360º single optic lens & they’re superlight, durable & can be mounted to almost anything. Coming soon.
Just 6 months ago, Sony’s most affordable 4K camcorder cost 4500 bucks. But this week at CES, they unveiled a more compact consumer 4K camcorder that’s less than half the price. This 14MP camera features SteadyShot image stabilization, Zeiss optics and captures video at 4K/30p, a quality far exceeding HD resolution.
With the help of a Kickstarter campaign and the burning nostalgia of our age, Bolex, the Swiss maker of classic 16mm movie cameras has now developed a new high-quality digital cinema camera that shoots in either 2K or 1080p and captures clips using uncompressed CinemaDNG raw format.
Drift Innovation is steadily adding function to their mini DV sport cameras with each new model. The new Drift Ghost-S is their latest and its upgrade includes a 7-element lens, 12-megapixel Sony CMOS sensor and a faster processor. It can also be used in Clone mode with multiple cameras allowing for multiple angles of the same action shot.
The Bubl isn’t the first camera to create 360º panoramic photos and videos. But it’s the first one that streams these images live. It also comes with easy-to-use software for quickly editing your 16MP photos and H.264 video footage.
Frank Zappa once said that the world won’t end in fire or ice. The other possibility: it will end in nostalgia. That probably has naught to do with Nikon’s new DF, an advanced digital DSLR with a full-frame sensor designed to evoke the golden age of square, clunky, knob-laden 35mm cameras of the early 1980s. Until its release next month shutterbugs and retro fetishists will be squirming in anticipation.