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Insta360 Pro 8K Camera Up For Pre-Order

04/23/2017, As 360-degree videos are starting to become commonplace, there is one area that needs to be addressed and that is with image quality. After all being immersed in a video while wearing a VR headset is very different from watching it on a monitor, and the...

GoPro Launches 360-Degree ‘Fusion’ camera

04/21/2017, GoPro’s interest in cameras that can capture content designed for virtual reality isn’t new. In fact last year the company launched the GoPro Omni which is basically a rig that comes with multiple GoPros attached to it, but unfortunately it had a...

Sennheiser Unveils MKE 2 Microphone For The GoPro HERO4

04/19/2017, While the microphones built into our phones and cameras do a decent job at recording audio, it’s really quite hard to match a proper dedicated microphone that will have features designed to help capture audio in a better and more high quality way. If...

Facebook Unveils New X24 And X6 360-Degree Cameras

04/19/2017, Facebook’s interest in virtual reality is hardly a secret, especially after the company acquired VR firm Oculus. In fact back in 2016, the company launched the Surround 360 camera which allowed users to capture footage in 3D, although it existed more as...

Panasonic LUMIX DC-ZS70 Compact Digital Camera Launched

04/19/2017, While our smartphones make for great cameras that we can pull out of our pockets and snap photos while on the go, sometimes there is still a need for a “proper” camera. However if you’d rather not lug around a DSLR or invest into a mirrorless system...

Fujifilm Instax SQUARE SQ10 Hybrid Camera Launched

04/19/2017, For those unfamiliar, Fujifilm has a series of Instax film cameras where just like Polaroid cameras, you could snap a photo and have it printed on the spot. It relied on film which meant that you couldn’t really take back photos you snapped, which we...

The Nikon D7500 Has Been Officially Launched

04/12/2017, The other day thanks to a leaked image, it was revealed that Nikon had a new DSLR in the works by the name of the Nikon D7500. If you are in the market for a new DSLR camera, then you might be interested to learn that shortly following the leak, Nikon has...

Fujifilm INSTAX Square Will Be Announced 19th April

04/11/2017, Fujifilm’s Instax cameras have largely been film based, which we guess is part of the charm and fun of being able to snap a photo and print it on the spot. However with film packs not exactly coming cheap and being limited in quantity with each pack,...

Alleged Sony RX1R III Camera Specs Leaked

04/11/2017, For a long time, full-frame cameras were typically limited to those of the DSLR variety, but advancements in technology have resulted in companies such as Sony bringing full-frame tech into mirrorless cameras and even compact cameras, such as the RX1 and...

Alleged Nikon D7500 Photo Leaked

04/09/2017, If you’re in the market for a new DSLR camera, it seems that Nikon might have something for you that could be announced very soon. In a post on Nokishita, an alleged image of the Nikon D7500 has been revealed, which apparently is due for a release in...

Samsung Is Apparently Done With Digital Cameras

04/07/2017, Back in 2015 we heard the rumors that Samsung was apparently planning on closing its camera division, which suggested that the company could be thinking of exiting the consumer camera business. The company later denied that they would be exiting the...

Canon PowerShot SX730 HS Digital Camera Launched

04/06/2017, If you’re looking for a new camera but don’t really want to invest in a mirrorless or DSLR system and its lenses, we guess the next best thing you could go for would be a compact camera. There are some who argue that our phones can do a much better...

Dual Cameras vs. Single Camera (Phones)

03/30/2017, The trend of having dual-cameras has established itself in the smartphone world, and it adds one more question to prospect buyers: are dual-camera better or worth the potential additional cost? As usual, the answer to this question depends on how you use...