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Hasselblad event could reveal the Moto Mod camera we’ve been waiting for

Hasselblad event could reveal the Moto Mod camera we’ve been waiting for

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Hasselblad, the professional grade camera company, has just sent out invites to an event it's holding on 22 June. From the limited tease in the photo it looks like this could be the launch event for a Moto Mod camera for the Lenovo Moto Z. The photo on... >>

Best 360-degree aerial drone photos, hold your breath and expect VR awe

Best 360-degree aerial drone photos, hold your breath and expect VR awe

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When photos made the jump from cameras to smartphones we got plenty more ways to see amazing sites all over the world. Then came the GoPro. Then the drone. But it hasn't stopped, now there's immersive 360-degree virtual reality photography. So popular... >>

VerveLife by Motorola: Ones, Loop or Rider headphones have all your sports covered

VerveLife by Motorola: Ones, Loop or Rider headphones have all your sports covered

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VerveLife by Motorola was announced at Mobile World Congress 2016, offering a range of funky active accessories for your smartphone. Officially unveiled on 14 June and hitting stores on 16 June, we got our hands on this new range of connected devices... >>

Pentax K-70 is the affordable all-weather DSLR

Pentax K-70 is the affordable all-weather DSLR

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Pentax is having a renaissance of late; from the announcement of its first full-frame DSLR, the K-1, to the just-revealed K-70, the latter which is poised as an all-weather DSLR. The K-70's launch perhaps shouldn't be a surprise: Pentax has been growing... >>

Manfrotto Digital Director for iPad Air 2 review: Now showing on the big screen

Manfrotto Digital Director for iPad Air 2 review: Now showing on the big screen

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The Manfrotto Digital Director is an intelligent shell that fits around the iPad Air 2, connecting it to your separate camera so you can utilise the tablet's 9.7-inch screen to manage your workflow, plus manage your camera's settings. There's no camera-fiddling... >>

SLR camera quality photos on your smartphone, the metalens is coming

SLR camera quality photos on your smartphone, the metalens is coming

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Strapping a massive lens case attachment to your smartphone still won't have you snapping on the level of an SLR, but that soon may not be an issue. Something called a metalens promises to enhance smaller cameras with staggering quality. The metalens... >>

Android phone owners can record 360-degree VR video with NeoEye

Android phone owners can record 360-degree VR video with NeoEye

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Wandering around the show floor at Computex last week, we came across this dinky little 360-degree 3D camera for Android devices. Called the NeoEye, it attaches to your Android phone and enables you to record VR footage on the go. The company behind it,... >>

Seawolf mini-submarines are the GoPro drones of the sea

Seawolf mini-submarines are the GoPro drones of the sea

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These impressive looking underwater drones caught our eye at this year’s Computex. They look like something out of the James Bond movies, but are actual devices that could help divers capture their best moments. Should you want to grab some awesome... >>

Night vision in a military tough smartphone, meet the gorgeous Lumigon T3

Night vision in a military tough smartphone, meet the gorgeous Lumigon T3

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If a marine soldier were turned into a smartphone it would be the Lumigon T3. This bad boy is tough, well kitted out and can see in the dark. Lumigon, a Danish company, has created the T3 to be different. The design aesthetics are something to be drooled... >>

Olympus Pen-F review: Not F-ing about
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Olympus Pen-F review: Not F-ing about

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Say hello to the first Olympus Pen with a built-in viewfinder: the Pen-F. If you were knocking around 50-years back then you might know it as, well, the original Pen-F - the half-frame film camera that looks very similar to this 2016 digital re-work.... >>