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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...

Sony A9 Mirrorless Camera with G Master Lens

04/19/2017, We are in NYC for the launch of the new Sony A9 (Alpha 9) full-frame mirrorless camera, which is based on Sony’s latest A9 CMOS image sensor. A Sony G Master FE 100-400mn (f4.5-5.6) was launched at the same time and is present on most media photo...

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...

Instagram For Android Gets Offline Mode

04/18/2017, Have you ever browsed social media only to be disconnected suddenly due to your WiFi cutting out, or suddenly losing reception on your phone? It can be annoying and it most definitely interrupts your activity. The good news for Android users is that if...

iPhone 7 Plus Used To Photograph Conde Nast Magazine Covers

04/18/2017, You might have seen videos that show behind-the-scenes of magazine cover photoshoots, where it seems like a lot of expensive equipment like lighting, backdrops, and cameras are used. However if you’re looking for a bit of inspiration that won’t...

The miniRIG Will Help You Shoot Better Videos On Your Phone

04/13/2017, While our smartphones have become considerably better at taking photos and videos over the past few years, there are just certain things that it can’t do that a proper camera could. For example audio recording on smartphones while taking video is less...

Latest Google Photos Update Adds Video Stabilization

04/13/2017, If you have yet to update your Google Photos to the latest version of the app, you probably should, especially if you’re someone who uses the app to backup and store their photos and videos in the cloud. Why is this, you ask? Turns out the latest...

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...

Prisma App Updated With A New Filter Store

04/09/2017, While there are many photography/image editing apps out there, one of the main reasons why Prisma has managed to garner so much attention is because of the use of AI when applying filters. This means that the process is slightly more well thought out...