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Let’s forget about folding displays for a bit and admire Insta360’s folding camera!

The idea behind the Evo’s design is a simple, but unique one. 3D cameras and 360° cameras have one thing in common… the presence of at least two lenses. Where those lenses face in relation with each other, and the type of lens determines the kind of media you capture. Lenses that sit side by side (with a rough distance of 2.5 inches between them) can capture two different channels corresponding to the left and right eye, creating a sense of depth, and therefore a 3-dimensional video or image. ...
Tags: Deals, Gadgets, Design, Camera, Cameras, 3D, Product Design, 360, Evo, Folding, Insta360, AR / VR


How to turn a chocolate easter egg into a pinhole camera

In this delightful project, Will Gudgeon turned a frozen chocolate easter egg into a fun and effective pinhole camera. The first step is to eat the contents. "The main challenges were it melting, cracking and light leaks around the seal," Gudgeon writes. "How to Make a Pinhole Camera Out of a Chocolate Easter Egg" (PetaPixel)
Tags: Post, Photography, Video, News, Cameras, Easter, Maker, Gudgeon, Will Gudgeon


Leica Furthers Their Most Accessible Camera With the Leica Q2

Acclaimed high-performance features get an impressive boost Something strange happened to a few of us on staff when the Leica Q was released in 2015: we stopped reaching for smartphones at the first sign of a photogenic moment. The compact Leica Q became our default camera for everything from landscapes and architectural shots to macro details on watches and in cocktails. It enabled better image-capture …
Tags: Reviews, Photos, Photography, Design, Tech, Devices, Cameras, Digital Cameras, Full Frame, Leica


How to Get Rid of the 'Hole Punch' on the Galaxy S10's Display

Samsung’s new Galaxy S10 might not have a notch, but it does have a hole punch camera on the front.Read more...
Tags: Android, Samsung, Cameras, Lifehacks


Vtrus Gets $2.9M For Drones That Inspect Indoor Industrial Equipment

Vtrus, a Seattle-based startup developing drones designed to autonomously inspect equipment in factories and other indoor settings, has raised more than $2.9 million to support its commercialization efforts, according to a regulatory filing.Nine investors participated in the equity funding round, the filing shows.Reached by phone on Thursday, a spokesperson for Vtrus declined to comment on the startup’s technology, timeline for reaching the market, or plans with the new cash.Many people first l...
Tags: Deals, Startups, Cloud, Facebook, Photography, Video, Maps, Cloud Computing, Wi-fi, Trends, Tech, Vc, Cameras, Drones, Vr, Oculus


Leica’s Q2 is a beautiful camera that I want and will never have

Leica is a brand I respect and appreciate but don’t support. Or rather, can’t, because I’m not fabulously rich. But if I did have $5,000 to spend on a fixed-lens camera, I’d probably get the new Q2, a significant improvement over 2015’s Q — which tempted me back then. The Q2 keeps much of what made the Q great: a full-frame sensor, a fabulous 28mm F/1.7 Summilux lens, and straightforward operation focused on getting the shot. But it also makes some major changes that make the Q2 a far more co...
Tags: Gadgets, Photography, Hardware, Tech, Cameras, Sony, Leica, Leica Q2


Leica’s Q2 is a pro-level compact camera for the most demanding shooter

Its small, megapixel-packed, ultra-stylish – and very pricy
Tags: Cameras, Leica


How to make your own camera lens from sand and rocks

Andy George made his own camera lens with borax, river sand, and soda ash. From PetaPixel: “It has been one of the most challenging projects I’ve ever done,” George says after completing his lens. “Every single step in the project has been a huge pain.” Making clear glass took over a dozen tries, annealing the glass pucks took at least four attempts, and grinding the lenses themselves took at least 30 hours of continuous grinding. Sure, the lens is cloudy and, er, imperfect, but HE MADE H...
Tags: Photography, Video, News, Diy, Glass, Cameras, Optics, Lenses, Maker, George, Andy George


The best instant cameras for 2019

Instant film photography has had its ups and downs, but now it's enjoying a revival. To help you find the best instant camera for your needs, we’ve rounded up a few of our favorites, from basic to extraordinary. The post The best instant cameras for 2019 appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, Trends, Cameras, Fujifilm, Polaroid, Buying Guides, Leica, Instant Cameras


The Leica Photo Printer revives my love for photography

Hypothetically this could be a Leica branded printer concept, but I’m going to keep that aside for now and focus on this clever idea and its potential. Instant printers are not a new phenomenon, so what makes this Photo Printer different? The prospect of it directly connecting to your phone, acting as a battery backup and a printing machine. I could go a step further and say that it even serves as a memory backup for all the wonderful moments you capture through your phone, but for some odd reas...
Tags: Design, Technology, Cameras, Product Design, Leica, Deokhee Jeong, Instant Printers


Ricoh expands 360-degree camera range with Theta Z1 flagship

Ricoh has expanded its line of 360-degree cameras with the launch of the Theta Z1 ($999). When it comes to quality, the new flagship is leaps and bounds ahead of its predecessors, and boasts two 20MP 1 inch back-illuminated CMOS sensors, an updated image processing algorithm, larger sensors that allow for a better images in more situations, 360-degree live streaming capabilities (in 4K or 2K), and 19GB of internal memory. As if that wan't enough, the 24mm thick magnesium-alloy cam also packs...
Tags: Cameras, Ricoh


Ricoh Finally Updated Its Cult Favorite Compact Camera, and It's a Beauty

The Ricoh GR II is a cult favorite—A tiny pocketable point-and-shoot camera with a big APS-C crop sensor and a fine 18.3mm f/2.8 fixed lens. While Sony dominates the point-and-shoot field with its versatile RX100 series, the GR II has been a minimalist alternative built for photographers who want to take a step back…Read more...
Tags: Science, Cameras, Sony, Point And Shoot, Ricoh, Consumer Tech, Ricoh GR III


Tech Fix: What’s Next for Smartphones? Samsung’s New Galaxy Line Offers a Few Answers

One of the company’s newly unveiled models works with 5G wireless networks. Another folds up like a book.
Tags: News, Samsung, Smartphones, Cameras, Tablet Computers, Samsung Group, Wireless Communications, Computers and the Internet, Cellular Telephones


Tech Fix: What’s Next for Smartphones? Here Are a Few Answers

For a glimpse of what’s coming, look to Samsung’s newly unveiled Galaxy phones. One of the models works with 5G wireless networks, while another folds up like a book.
Tags: News, Samsung, Smartphones, Cameras, Tablet Computers, Samsung Group, Wireless Communications, Computers and the Internet, Cellular Telephones


These are the 10 best cameras for video under $300

If you want to start shooting videos or vlog, I guess you already know how expensive cameras can be. But why not start small? In this video, Caleb Pike of DSLR Video Shooter suggests as many as 10 cameras that are great for video, yet they all cost under $300. When choosing cameras for this […] The post These are the 10 best cameras for video under $300 appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Video, Budget, Cameras, Gear, Caleb Pike, DSLR Video Shooter


Panasonic FZ1000 II is a bridge camera with bite

The large sensor means masses of enthusiast appeal
Tags: Cameras


New News From the World of Stuff

Of course, the "stuff" doesn't have very much to do with photography—as they say in courtrooms, that's stipulated (in law the word means "to accept a proposition without requiring that it be established by proof"). That aside, a number of delightful new baubles of interest have passed by in the parade recently, as you might be aware. The new Canon EOS RP Full-frame Rebel: Most notable is the EOS RP, Canon's new "lower-end" R (full-frame mirrorless) camera. It's a small, light, relatively inex...
Tags: Photography, New, Cameras, Sony, Dslr, Canon, Fuji, Lenses, Michael Johnston, Michael C Johnston, John W, Fujinon, Larry Gebhardt, Mike Inexpensive


Google Is Forcing Some Nest Customers to Reset Their Potentially Compromised Passwords

After Nest contacted its customers earlier this month urging them to better secure their accounts, it appears the company is now taking the reins.Read more...
Tags: Google, Security, Science, Passwords, Cameras, Nest


Fujifilm's X-T30 Mirrorless Camera Is a Little Fussy, But Absolutely Gorgeous

These days, it seems all you hear about are full-frame mirrorless cameras, with their glorious image sensors about the size of a 35mm film frame. Sony, Canon, and Nikon all seem to have their focus set on the market for high-end full-framers, but with few exceptions, Fujifilm has been steadfast, choosing instead to…Read more...
Tags: Science, Cameras, Fujifilm, Nikon, 4k Video, Consumer Tech, Sony Canon, Fujifilm X T30, Fujifil


Canon's EOS RP Is the More Affordable Full-Frame Mirrorless Camera We've Been Waiting For

When Canon announced its first full-frame mirrorless camera in the EOS R, there was a lot of excitement. But just making one camera was a bit of a head-scratcher when everyone else was releasing two at a time. Nikon released two versions of its mirrorless platform in the Z6 and Z7, and so did Panasonic with the Lumix…Read more...
Tags: Science, Cameras, Panasonic, Nikon, Mirrorless, Canon, Hands On, Full Frame, Consumer Tech, EOS R, EOS RP, Canon Eos Rp Hands On


BBC Cameraman Is Attacked at Trump Rally

A supporter of President Trump “violently pushed and shoved” a camera operator during the president’s rally in El Paso on Monday, the broadcaster said.
Tags: Texas, News, Bbc, Cameras, United States, United Nations, Demonstrations, Freedom Of The Press, Trump, El Paso, Trump Rally, British Broadcasting Corp, Politics And Government, United States Politics and Government, Donald J, Protests and Riots


Camera industry is still decreasing with 24% drop in 2018

With Canon and Nikon announcing their full frame mirrorless camera, 2018 was an exciting year when it comes to camera industry. But how has this affected the overall results in gear manufacturing and sales? All this and more was explored in this video by LensVid. While the previous year brought us some long-awaited novelties: it […] The post Camera industry is still decreasing with 24% drop in 2018 appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Industry, Cameras, Gear, Nikon, Market, Dslr, Mirrorless, Canon, Industry News, CIPA


Wheels: When the Windshield Helps Drive the Car, a Repair Isn’t So Simple

As vehicles rely more and more on sensors that are integrated with other parts, tuning them properly can be a life-or-death matter.
Tags: News, Glass, Sensors, Cameras, Radar, Computer Vision, Traffic Accidents and Safety, Automobile Safety Features and Defects


The best point-and-shoot cameras for 2019

If your smartphone camera just isn't giving you the results you're looking for, maybe it's time to step up your game. The latest and greatest point-and-shoot cameras offer large sensors, tough bodies, and long lenses -- something no phone can touch. We've rounded up the best in the business. The post The best point-and-shoot cameras for 2019 appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, Trends, Cameras, Digital Cameras, Canon, Buying Guides, Best Of Everything, Advanced compact camera, Sony RX10 IV, Point-and-shoot Camera, Canon PowerShot G9X, Fujifilm X100F, Olympus Stylus Tough TG-5, Point-and-shoot Cameras, Sony RX100 V


Limiting your gear makes your photography better

I stumbled upon a wonderful quote about creativity when I was reading a book about waiting. “The enemy of art is the absence of limitation.” – Orson Welles. I instantly related to this quote and how it affected my photography through analysis paralysis. We live in a time of wonderful abundance. An era where if […] The post Limiting your gear makes your photography better appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Inspiration, Orson Welles, Camera Gear, Camera, Cameras, Gear, A.B Watson



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