Cameras are becoming more and more better in almost every aspect and while sensors are getting better too, there hasn’t be a giant leap in terms of the basic structure of sensors in a long time. Canon is apparently all set to change that if a new patent is to be believed.
Fujifilm might have just given as big a surprise to the photography community as the ending of “The Sixth Sense” did to movie-goers. The Fujifilm GFX 50S is the reason behind the surprise and it packs in a 51.4 Megapixel sensor.
Leica is known to be a brand to be reckoned with in terms of photography. Their cameras are a league apart and their recent collaboration with Huawei on the P9 and P9 Plus has yielded some great results. However, something that most people wouldn’t have guessed Leica to ever be working on is exactly what they announced today. An instant camera; called Sofort.
Is it a camera? Is it a drone? Why not both? That’s exactly what the makers of the Hover Camera had in mind when they came up with the device.
Samsung announced the highly anticipated Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge smartphones on 21st February. They bring about a lot of changes in terms of features and internals as well as improvements to the aesthetics and design overall. However, what is perhaps the most important change is with the camera.
Nikon has pioneered several game changing developments in the camera industry over the years. Now, it seems that it is planning to dip its feet into the smartwatch industry judging by the looks of a new patent filed by them.
GoPro Inc. has launched its smallest and lightest GoPro yet – the GoPro Hero4 Session. It is 50 percent smaller and 40 percent lighter than company’s best-selling Hero4 Black and Silver cameras. Continue reading “GoPro launches smallest, lightest ‘Hero4 Session’ camera for $399”
After a teaser earlier this week, the French photo software company named DxO Labs has introduced a pocket-sized 20.2-megapixel lens-style camera dubbed the DxO ONE for your iPhone to take images that can match the quality of a DSLR. Continue reading “DxO ONE lens-style camera for iPhone with 20.2MP, 1-inch BSI sensor promises DSLR-quality photos”
Xiaomi has unveiled a new variant of its original Yi Camera dubbed the Yi Camera Night Edition in China.