The Bandit action cam from TomTom offers some unique features like a “shake to edit” function that creates a ready-to-share edit of your highlights. You can also tag locations, make your own easy in-app edits, and share them as you go. The camera offers 2.7K (30FPS) and 4K (15FPS) capabilities, as well as GPS functionality.
This miniature digital camera is built for much more than selfie-stick video posts. It features built in RAW and ProRes recording, 13 stops of dynamic range, a global shutter and an MFT lens mount, making it much more versatile than the average mini DV or POV cam. They also offer an almost unlimited range of accessories for mounting this powerful little guy on almost anything: drones, vehicles, helmets, etc.
Real Hollywood filmmakers and moneyed hobbyists alike will be rushing to unload their outdated RED cameras from last year or trade them in for points toward this: RED’s newest, the Weapon ‘Vista Vision.’ This camera features a larger 35-megapixel sensor and will shoot up to 75 fps widescreen 8K recorded in RAW and scaled-down ProRes formats simultaneously.
Designed to be as good at shooting video as it is at shooting still images, Canon’s new XC10 is a true “convergence” camera. In addition to its 12MP stills & 1-inch APS-C sensor it offers 5-axis image stabilization in HD mode & ISO sensitivity up to 20,000.
The J5 is the latest addition to Nikon’s 1 System of compact, interchangeable lens cameras. It offers super-fast full-resolution shooting at up to 20FPS with full auto-focus and features a new 20.8-megapixel 1-inch CX-format CMOS sensor. It also shoots 1080/60p HD video up to 120 FPS.
Samsung’s NX500 packs the power of the brand’s bigger NX1 DSLR into a camera that will literally fit in your pocket. It boasts a mirrorless, 28 MP APS-C sensor, DRIMe V processor, & 4K video recording. The NX500 will ship mid-March in a kit that includes a 16-50mm f/3.5-5.6 power zoom lens.
It only takes a few rolls of film to realize you know nothing about photography. So now you’re ready to discard dad’s old 35mm in favor of something easier. Enter iPhone 6. And with the Moment case, you can make your new phone even better for photography. It features a shutter button, lens, and strap attachment. Another funded Kickstarter project.
You know by now that the flash in your iPhone doesn’t quite cut it. Well, here’s one that’s way better. Knog’s Expose Smart delivers 6x the brightness of your built-in iPhone flash, using 9 hi-powered LEDs that pump out up to 130 lumens & the flash’s beam angle matches up perfectly with the one on your iPhone.
The Lumix CM1 is a smartphone. One equipped with a 1-inch, 20MP sensor, similar to those found in high-end point-and-shoot cameras, plus an f/2.8 Leica lens. It also has a 4.7-inch, 1080p display, a Snapdragon processor, Android 4.4, and 2GB of RAM. Coming to America this summer.
For the creation of the A-Series, high-end, high-tech camera maker Phase One teamed up with Swiss camera maker Alpa to create a mirrorless medium format system blending classic manual controls with premium digital imaging technologies. At $47k, the big question is… new car or camera?