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Shooting with the Leica SL: A mirrorless marvel or giant-scale misfire? (hands-on)

Shooting with the Leica SL: A mirrorless marvel or giant-scale misfire? (hands-on)

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All the talk about Leica's "next big thing" was fixed on an interchangeable-lens Leica Q. And that was enough hype to get us ultra excited, given how much we love that particular compact camera. Such a concept has almost occurred in the Leica SL, the... >>

Leica goes mirrorless: Leica SL compact system delivers 24-megapixel full-frame sensor

Leica goes mirrorless: Leica SL compact system delivers 24-megapixel full-frame sensor

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Following the excellent Leica Q compact camera, we wondered how long it would be before Leica unveiled a full-frame mirrorless system with interchangeable lenses. Well, wait no more - that time is now, with the Leica SL (Typ 601) officially unveiled at... >>

Polaroid Cube+ is the GoPro for the Nyan Cat generation

Polaroid Cube+ is the GoPro for the Nyan Cat generation

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Polaroid has expanded its fun and friendly action camera line-up by adding a second, higher-end device. The Polaroid Cube+ looks like the original, colourful model but adds several new features.Both the Polaroid Cube and Cube+ are both tiny devices, at... >>

Canon camera can 'see in the dark', sensitive to ISO 4,000,000

Canon camera can 'see in the dark', sensitive to ISO 4,000,000

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Long gone are the days of film when ISO 3200 was the maximum sensitivity you could shoot. Digital cameras have been pushing responsiveness to low-light for years now, with six-figure extended ISO settings showing face on some recent DSLR cameras.But that's... >>

Canon EOS M10 hands-on: Canon’s weak mirrorless line-up continues

Canon EOS M10 hands-on: Canon’s weak mirrorless line-up continues

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Using the new Canon EOS M10 is like taking a step back in time. And not in a good way. The original EOS M from 2012 was bottom of the mirrorless pack at launch, the M2 never came to Europe, and even the M3, announced earlier in 2015, was behind the mirrorless... >>

DJI Osmo: Say goodbye to shaky 4K video (hands-on)

DJI Osmo: Say goodbye to shaky 4K video (hands-on)

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Best known for its drones, DJI took to the stage at the launch of the new Osmo and talked about itself as a camera company.The real aim of DJI's efforts is to remove the barriers to capturing the action, letting you get the camera to wherever it is needed.... >>

DJI Osmo is basically a pricey selfie stick that can shoot steady vids in 4K

DJI Osmo is basically a pricey selfie stick that can shoot steady vids in 4K

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DJI is about to become known for something other than drones.The company has just introduced a new device called Osmo. It's a handheld stabiliser with a 4K camera. It includes the same gimbal technology found in its drones and is meant to help average... >>

Canon EOS 5DS review: Resolution revelation
5.0 stars

Canon EOS 5DS review: Resolution revelation

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Canon had dilly-dallied around the resolution conundrum for what seemed like an eternity. "Push beyond 22-megapixels? Golly, no way" was pretty much the message for years. And then it goes and releases a 50.6-megapixel full-frame DSLR, the EOS 5DS.And,... >>

Light L16 Camera wants to beat DSLR with its 16 lenses and 52-megapixel shots

Light L16 Camera wants to beat DSLR with its 16 lenses and 52-megapixel shots

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Light is a photography company that was founded to make photography better and it may just do that with its L16 Camera.The Light L16 Camera was designed to battle the trade-off between a large DSLR for quality and compact camera for portability. It purports... >>

GoPro unveils affordable Hero+ action cam with Wi-Fi, Full HD 60fps capture

GoPro unveils affordable Hero+ action cam with Wi-Fi, Full HD 60fps capture

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GoPro released the Hero+LCD camera and Session camera within the year, but that isn't preventing the company from continuing to fill out its popular range of action cameras; it's now unveiling a new offering, called the Hero+.The Hero+ is being described... >>

Selfies kill more people than sharks, no really

Selfies kill more people than sharks, no really

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The humble selfie has developed into something so popular the word has made it into the dictionary. But it turns out the selfie photo craze isn't quite so harmless, in fact it's killing more people than sharks.Despite being thought of as one of the most... >>

iPhone 6S Plus gallery appears, check out the new camera in these illuminating photos

iPhone 6S Plus gallery appears, check out the new camera in these illuminating photos

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Apple's almighty new iPhone 6S Plus has already been given the unveil treatment, but not arrived in many hands. One set of hands that got a unit has managed to show off the camera in a photo gallery.The photos, above, were taken by Brad Mangin for Sports... >>

To insure or not to insure? The daftest ways of busting your smartphone

To insure or not to insure? The daftest ways of busting your smartphone

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Holy busted smartphones, Batman! If you or a friend or family member have ever smashed up a smartphone then you'll know all about the exquisite mental (and financial!) discomfort of seeing a £600+ piece of hardware shatter to smithereens in front of... >>

How to ensure you don’t drop your phone down the loo

How to ensure you don’t drop your phone down the loo

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Are you a butterfingered iPhone addict who cannot even visit the toilet without the aid of your touchscreen second-brain?If so, you might be glad to hear that there is an actual product that has been invented specifically to ensure you don’t drop your... >>

X-Steady Electro handheld rig for action-cams and phones keeps vids silky smooth

X-Steady Electro handheld rig for action-cams and phones keeps vids silky smooth

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Everyone knows that smooth footage is the way to go for pro-looking videos.But action-cams are all the rage right now - and even the best in-camera digital stabilisation tricks aren't going to stop your videos of mountain climbing or biking or surfing... >>

Sony a7S II can record 4K video in ridiculously low levels of light, ISO up to 409,600

Sony a7S II can record 4K video in ridiculously low levels of light, ISO up to 409,600

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Sony has announced an S model in its latest a7 compact system camera line-up that is ultra-sensitive so is capable of shooting stills and video in very low levels of light.The Sony a7S II boasts an ISO range of 50-409,600, achieved by a 35mm full-frame... >>

iPhone 6S camera: Sample photos and new technology explained

iPhone 6S camera: Sample photos and new technology explained

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Alongside the 3D Touch pressure sensitive touchscreen technology and the new A9 processor, one of the most impressive additions to the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus smartphones is an all-new rear camera that is capable of much higher resolution photography with... >>

These incredible photos were taken using the new iPhone 6S 12MP iSight camera

These incredible photos were taken using the new iPhone 6S 12MP iSight camera

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Along with a whole stack of new features, including a 3D Force Touch screen technology that recognises three different types of finger gesture and pressure for different actions, Apple announced that the iSight rear camera on the new iPhone 6S and iPhone... >>

Pocket-lint Extreme: Thrashing a Jaguar XF around the track

Pocket-lint Extreme: Thrashing a Jaguar XF around the track

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When you're going sideways into a corner in a car worth more than double anything you've ever owned, you'd be forgiven for being nervous.That's the situation we found ourselves in while driving the new Jaguar XF around the Circuito de Navarra in northern... >>

VR filmmakers can register for a GoPro Odyssey 360-degree shooting rig now, works with Jump

VR filmmakers can register for a GoPro Odyssey 360-degree shooting rig now, works with Jump

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GoPro has announced that it will soon be making its first 360-degree virtual reality camera available in limited quantities.The GoPro Odyssey is the camera rig designed to work with the company's collaboration with Google, Jump. It is comprised of 16... >>

Forget 4K, Canon's new 250MP sensor can read lettering on a plane 18km away

Forget 4K, Canon's new 250MP sensor can read lettering on a plane 18km away

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The world of ultra high definition 4K video is starting to spill into homes with more affordable TVs and more streamed content. But it's already outdated thanks to Canon's new 250-megapixel sensor.Canon Japan has developed the 250-megapixel APS-H sensor... >>

7 ways to make more of your Instagram photos

7 ways to make more of your Instagram photos

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How many great Instagram photos do you have? Chances are if you've been using the service for a while you've got dozens of amazing square photos buried in your feed. But it doesn't have to be that way, there are dozens of ways you can enjoy them away... >>

Back from your holidays? How to create an epic photo book

Back from your holidays? How to create an epic photo book

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How was your holiday? Chances are, however splendid it was at the time, that relaxed feeling will fade all too quickly. Still, there are ways to hang on to the memories.Photo books are the modern, classier photo album. And because they’re done professionally,... >>

Panasonic Lumix GX8 review: Viewfinder victory for 20MP compact system camera
4.5 stars

Panasonic Lumix GX8 review: Viewfinder victory for 20MP compact system camera

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It's been almost exactly two years since we last saw a GX-series model – the viewfinder-laden "flat" compact system camera series – in 2013's excellent Lumix GX7. But with the new GX8, we see the shifting focus of Panasonic as a camera company: to... >>

Olympus OM-D E-10 Mark II enhances line-up with 5-axis image stabilisation

Olympus OM-D E-10 Mark II enhances line-up with 5-axis image stabilisation

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Olympus has announced a successor to the OM-D E-10 compact system camera, giving it a Mark II suffix and adding 5-axis image stabilisation to the mix.The OM-D E-10 Mark II will be available in mid-September from £550 for the body alone, up to £800 for... >>

TomTom Bandit review: Capture action the easy way
4.0 stars

TomTom Bandit review: Capture action the easy way

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TomTom is diversifying and the Bandit sees the Dutch navigation company move into action cameras. We've seen TomTom lend its name to sat nav and sports devices and there's a nod to GPS experience in the TomTom Bandit, but this is really a foray into new... >>

Lytro goes open source for VR capture and more

Lytro goes open source for VR capture and more

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Lytro, the name behind light field photography, has just generously dished out all its tech to everyone, by becoming open source.This means anyone can now use the Illum camera and first-gen camera smarts to create anything their imaginations allow. This... >>

Pocket-lint Extreme: White water rafting at Lee Valley White Water Centre

Pocket-lint Extreme: White water rafting at Lee Valley White Water Centre

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"Listen up, or you'll get hurt."Those might not have been the exact words from Rich our raft instructor at the Lee Valley White Water Centre, as team Pocket-lint huddled around him, but it is the main gist of what he had been saying over the last 20... >>

Pocket-lint Extreme: Mountain biking

Pocket-lint Extreme: Mountain biking

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What's happening around you right now? Turn around and you'll be able to quickly see, however the same might not be the case when you are bombing through the forest on your mountain bike.On a recent trip to Bracknell Forest's MTB trail we used the Kodak... >>

Pocket-lint Extreme: Ziplining across Wembley Stadium

Pocket-lint Extreme: Ziplining across Wembley Stadium

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Going to Wembley Stadium is an exciting trip on its own. But going, not to watch football but to zipline across the stadium, is even more exhilarating.We were invited to take the plunge across one of the world's most famous football pitches. What better... >>

27 incredible iPhone photos, bringing movies and TV shows into the real world

27 incredible iPhone photos, bringing movies and TV shows into the real world

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Photographer François Dourlen has carved a niche for himself in producing some incredible images using an iPhone. However, his pictures aren't great because they were taken with the device's camera, rather that they feature the phone in some very inventive... >>

18 examples of Photoshop madness: How designers around the world see the same woman

18 examples of Photoshop madness: How designers around the world see the same woman

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We've seen plenty of examples of awful Photoshop manipulation in the past, but Superdrug's "Perceptions of Perfection" experiment reveals some shocking truths.It has been known for quite some time that different designers around the world dramatically... >>

E1 is a 4K camera with interchangeable lenses - but it's like the size of a GoPro

E1 is a 4K camera with interchangeable lenses - but it's like the size of a GoPro

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A startup camera company has just launched a Kickstarter campaign for what it has described as the world's smallest 4K UHD camera - and the camera itself, which is called the E1, looks pretty amazing.Las Vegas-based Z Camera has unveiled a micro four-thirds... >>

Leica Q review: The best fixed-lens full-frame compact ever made
5.0 stars

Leica Q review: The best fixed-lens full-frame compact ever made

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Leica is one of those brands that's been around for donkeys years, and for good reason: it makes such exceptionally good optics for its high-end M-series rangefinder cameras that it's in a league of its own. But while the photographic elite might wax... >>

Graava action cam is more like a sensor-loaded smart cam that can edit your vids

Graava action cam is more like a sensor-loaded smart cam that can edit your vids

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There's a new camera available that's being billed as an action camera, but it's probably more like a smart camera, because it's equipped with enough technology to record and edit what you might think is memorable.Called Graava, the new action camera... >>

UK band, Foals, goes 360 with new Virtual Reality music video

UK band, Foals, goes 360 with new Virtual Reality music video

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Just as OK Go likes to push the boundaries of what a music video is, English indie rock band, Foals, has launched a 360 spherical video to accompany their new track “Mountain At My Gates”.Rather than use a dedicated 360 camera, like the Kodak PixPro... >>

Samsung’s new camera sensor could make the Galaxy Note 5 snapper the best out there

Samsung’s new camera sensor could make the Galaxy Note 5 snapper the best out there

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Samsung has announced what it says is the industry's first 1.0μm pixel 16-megapixel CMOS image sensor for smartphone cameras.It sounds like this could be shown off first in Samsung's Galaxy Note 5 which is expected to be unveiled in August.But what does... >>

Five gadgets you won’t want to go on holiday without

Five gadgets you won’t want to go on holiday without

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Holiday season is here. So what are the best gadgets to travel with? From action-capturing cameras, a satnav to navigate you through Europe and of course, a high quality camera to capture your trip, Pocket-lint are giving you the best recommendations... >>

Fujifilm X-T10 review: Retro done right
4.5 stars

Fujifilm X-T10 review: Retro done right

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Although it might sound like the bad guy from a not-yet-written Terminator movie, the Fujifilm X-T10 is actually the good guy. A very good guy indeed. For this compact system camera is like a watered-down version of its X-T1 bigger brother, albeit without... >>

4GEE Action Cam review: Live-stream your hardcore action
3.5 stars

4GEE Action Cam review: Live-stream your hardcore action

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EE is looking to diversify its offering, making a step into action cameras. The aptly named 4GEE Action Cam arrives with the hook that it's connected, tying it into the 4G network and giving you the option to broadcast your adventures direct from the... >>

GoPro is working on a video-editing mobile app, and it's coming this summer

GoPro is working on a video-editing mobile app, and it's coming this summer

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Everyone should have access to a solid video editor on their mobile devices, and in an attempt to meet that demand, GoPro is reportedly launching an app that will let people trim and share clips right from their phones.Tony Bates, GoPro's President, has... >>

GoPro now lets amateur filmmakers make money off their GoPro videos

GoPro now lets amateur filmmakers make money off their GoPro videos

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GoPro is an interesting company.It chiefly makes action cameras, but there's also a side business, in which GoPro is essentially working toward becoming a content company. It has content channels on a variety of platforms, including YouTube and Xbox Live,... >>

Panasonic Lumix FZ330: Superzoom gets even more serious (hands-on)

Panasonic Lumix FZ330: Superzoom gets even more serious (hands-on)

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Back in 2012 Panasonic changed the face of superzoom cameras with the Lumix FZ200, a camera offering a super-fast f/2.8 aperture throughout its far-reaching 24-600mm (equivalent) zoom range. That is important for letting in lots of light so the camera... >>

Nikon Photo Contest 2014 - 2015: These amazing photos/video were the pick of the bunch

Nikon Photo Contest 2014 - 2015: These amazing photos/video were the pick of the bunch

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Nikon recently announced the category winners for its annual photography competition and if you flick through the gallery above you will see some quite simply stunning entries from around the world.The competition also recognises video entries these days... >>

Canon EOS 750D review: Revered mid-ranger
4.0 stars

Canon EOS 750D review: Revered mid-ranger

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Canon is testing the water with its latest DSLR cameras. The EOS 750D, which updates the earlier 700D mid-ranger from 2013, is also joined by the ever-so-slightly higher specification 760D, giving more choice to customers. Or just adding more confusion.So... >>

GoPro goes small with the Hero4 Session

GoPro goes small with the Hero4 Session

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GoPro has announced its smallest camera yet, the GoPro Hero4 Session. The new camera takes on a smaller cube format and doesn't need a separate waterproof case. It's designed to expand the versatility of the GoPro family, with GoPro saying it's 50 per... >>

What is raw capture and do I need it on my phone?

What is raw capture and do I need it on my phone?

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The most fiercely fought of battles when it comes to smartphones is in camera performance. It's the first port of call when it comes to comparisons, it's where the fans compete and contrast their devices.Smartphone cameras have been getting more sophisticated... >>