The Stealth 2 is the smallest action camera yet from Drift Innovation, half the size of the previous model & just a bit larger than a GoPro. It features a 135-degree 7-element aspherical lens that can be rotated 300 degrees & has a 3-hr. battery life recording at full HD 1080P. Drift also offers a full array of mounts for the Stealth 2.
The Hexo+ is an autonomous flying camera that follows and films you. The 6-blade heli drone links with your phone & the Hexo+ App making it nearly effortless to do your own automated aerial film shoots.
Watching other people’s GoPro footage is bad enough. When it’s all shaky, it’s even worse. Get your enthusiastic but jittery friend the Luuv camera stabilizer. It’s lightweight, compatible with all action cameras & smartphones mounting with a standard 1/4” tripod screw.
GoPro just released a pair of their most advanced cameras yet: The Hero4. The Black edition features a new processor with twice the power for capturing ultra high-resolution, high frame rate 4K30, 2.7K50 and 1080p120 video. The Silver edition features the first-ever built-in touch display. Both offer Bluetooth & Wi-Fi for instant sharing or remote camera control.
This compact camera boasts a 24-75mm Leica zoom lens, a large Micro Four Thirds sensor and has a full aperture control ring and dedicated shutter speed control dial making it easy to switch from automatic to full or partially manual modes as needed. And yes, this one captures 30fps, 4k video.
The All Day power supply from Brunton extends the power of your GoPro Hero3+ nearly 4 times the specified run time and features all-weather durability. It also doubles as a portable power device, so you can recharge phone or tablet on the fly.
GoPro has finally answered the prayers of millions of proud pet parents. The Fetch is their new dog-mount harness. It features back and chest mounting plates. Fully adjustable to fit dogs from 15 to 120 lbs.
It’s built to look like Grandpa’s rangefinder from the 60s but the new Fujifilm X30 features a super-sharp OLED viewfinder and a super-fast .005-second lag. Other upgrades over the last model include better battery life and wi-fi connectivity that enables remote smartphone shooting.
Stripped of standard control dials and electronic viewfinder in favor of a touchscreen interface, the new A5100 from Sony is small and light featuring a A 24.3-megapixel APS-C sensor and a super-fast autofocus system to clearly capture moving subjects at full speed with no lag.
Lytro’s Light Field camera technology works differently than regular cameras. Instead of a 2D image, it captures the entire light field, enabling users to adjust focus after the shot is taken, change the image perspective, turn images to 3D, and add Living Filters to create amazing images. The new Illum model is available for pre-order now.