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Canon goes 4K crazy with XC10 and EOS C300 Mk II video cameras and a reference monitor to boot

Canon goes 4K crazy with XC10 and EOS C300 Mk II video cameras and a reference monitor to boot

By 8 April 2015

Canon has embraced 4K video with three new products, mainly aimed at the professional and prosumer markets. The Canon XC10 4K video camera is perhaps the one most aimed at consumers or enthusiasts as it offers professional standard quality but at a more... >>

See what it's like to plunge 10,000ft to the ground: Incredible GoPro footage is stuff of nightmares

See what it's like to plunge 10,000ft to the ground: Incredible GoPro footage is stuff of nightmares

By 6 April 2015

You know those dreams you have where you are falling for what seems like a ridiculously long time but invariably wake up before hitting the ground? Now you can find out what it would be like to finish the fall as incredible footage taken from a falling... >>

Olympus OM-D E-M5 II review: OM-D has landed
4.5 out of 5

Olympus OM-D E-M5 II review: OM-D has landed

By 2 April 2015

Thank the stars that Olympus has settled on a name and number, with the second-generation OM-D E-M5 deploying the "Mark II" badge of honour. That's earned confidence: rather than reaching into the numbers pool and being named an E-M27 or something, the... >>

Worried about lack of Ultra-HD content? The Nikon 1 J5 CSC can record in 4K

Worried about lack of Ultra-HD content? The Nikon 1 J5 CSC can record in 4K

By 2 April 2015

Nikon has updated its entry-level compact system camera line with the Nikon 1 J5, a step up from last year's model with the addition of 4K video recording. The body has also been redesigned a touch, with a 3-inch tiltable touchscreen monitor flipping... >>

Impossible Project Instant Lab Universal review: Make Polaroid-style prints from your phone snaps
4 out of 5

Impossible Project Instant Lab Universal review: Make Polaroid-style prints from your phone snaps

By 25 March 2015

The first thing you need to know about the Impossible Project Instant Lab Universal is that it produces Polaroid-style photos from your smartphone snaps. The second thing you need to know is that it's a camera, not a printer. Unlike the rather disappointing... >>

Fujfiilm X-A2 review: Selfie system snapper makes a budget splash (hands-on)

Fujfiilm X-A2 review: Selfie system snapper makes a budget splash (hands-on)

By 24 March 2015

The selfie craze is in full swing, with all manner of devices getting in on the action. The Fujifilm X-A2, the company's update to the X-A1 from 2013, is the latest compact system to opt for a flip-forward screen. But does it strengthen the X-series line-up?... >>

Nikon D7200 review: Connectivity features see enthusiast DSLR push forward (hands-on)

Nikon D7200 review: Connectivity features see enthusiast DSLR push forward (hands-on)

By 24 March 2015

As technology advances more traditional camera formats are progressing their feature sets to keep in check with the current norms. The Nikon D7200, the company's first DSLR with both Wi-Fi connectivity and NFC (near field communication) for smart device... >>

Do Google and YouTube think 360-degree, VR-like cameras are the next big thing?

Do Google and YouTube think 360-degree, VR-like cameras are the next big thing?

By 13 March 2015

Imagine watching a concert online and being able to not only see your favourite band rock out on stage, but also the excited crowd and the star-filled sky above the venue. In other words: imagine experiencing a full 360-degree view of that concert, without... >>

Olympus Stylus SH-2 compact camera boasts 5-axis stabilisation, cheaper price point than predecessor

Olympus Stylus SH-2 compact camera boasts 5-axis stabilisation, cheaper price point than predecessor

By 11 March 2015

Movie remakes, they're all the rage at the moment. Take a perfectly good flick and recreate it, often scene for scene. Which is a bit like the Olympus Stylus SH-2 compact camera: it's a carbon copy of its SH-1 predecessor from last year, adding only a... >>

Qualcomm Zeroth machine learning promises to help us find lost photos quickly

Qualcomm Zeroth machine learning promises to help us find lost photos quickly

By 3 March 2015

The days of trying to remember when and where you took a picture could be over thanks to a machine learning technology being developed by Qualcomm. The tech, currently referred to as Zeroth, has the ability to scan images you've taken and match points... >>