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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... >>

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.... >>

Turn your GoPro into a 3D camera using this £35 Vitrima lens case

Turn your GoPro into a 3D camera using this £35 Vitrima lens case

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If you've already splashed out on a GoPro but like the idea of capturing 3D footage, there's now an affordable way to do it – the Vitrima. The Vitrima is a waterproof GoPro case that features a split with two mirrors in the front. This means that the... >>

81 of the worst Photoshop errors ever, you won’t believe your eyes

81 of the worst Photoshop errors ever, you won’t believe your eyes

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Technology has really changed the way we interact with the world. It can even change our perceptions of things in it. That's extremely true when it comes to Adobe's Photoshop software, which has become the buzzword for digital image manipulation. You... >>

How to watch live GoPro HeroCast skydive flight over the Great Wall of China

How to watch live GoPro HeroCast skydive flight over the Great Wall of China

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This weekend Jeb Corliss, the famed wingsuit pilot, will carry out a life-risking stunt over the Great Wall of China and you'll be able to fly along with him, sort of. For the first time the GoPro HeroCast will be used to live stream a wingsuit skydive... >>

Canon EOS 1300D review: Entry-level ace?
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Canon EOS 1300D review: Entry-level ace?

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Thanks to smartphones, everyone's a photographer these days – but what happens when you hit your iPhone or Galaxy's imaging limits and realise you need something a bit beefier? Chances are, your first thought is to buy yourself what used to be known... >>

Sony Cyber-shot RX1R II review: Full-frame fun and foibles
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Sony Cyber-shot RX1R II review: Full-frame fun and foibles

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When it first launched at the end of 2012, the Sony Cyber-shot RX1 was a camera like no other. Its full-frame sensor and fixed 35mm lens made it a distinctive shooter for the high-end market. Sure, it had its imperfections, but that large sensor gave... >>

Olympus TG-Tracker 4K camera tracks your location, speed and much more

Olympus TG-Tracker 4K camera tracks your location, speed and much more

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Olympus has announced its latest action camera in the Olympus Tough range and it records all-manner of extra data to go along with the footage. As well as film in 4K, the Olympus TG-Tracker measures altitude, depth, air and water temperature, geo-location,... >>

LG Action Cam livestreams over 4G, is 4K and works with YouTube Live

LG Action Cam livestreams over 4G, is 4K and works with YouTube Live

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LG has announced an addition to its Friend ecosystem, the LG Action Cam. It is capable of capturing 4K video footage and also stream content to services such as YouTube Live over a 4G connection. Its LTE connectivity will be dependent on partnered carriers... >>

Impossible Project I-1 camera brings Polaroid-style instant photos bang up to date

Impossible Project I-1 camera brings Polaroid-style instant photos bang up to date

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Impossible Project has redesigned the instant camera for the digital age and the result is the I-1. After rescuing the original Polaroid factory and all its cameras, the Impossible Project company has unveiled its own modern take on instant photography.... >>

Canon PowerShot G7 X Mark II review: Nip and tuck triumphs
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Canon PowerShot G7 X Mark II review: Nip and tuck triumphs

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Canon was late to the 1-inch sensor compact cameras game, following in the Sony's RX100 footsteps to deliver the original PowerShot G7 X back in 2014. In the period since then this larger-than-average sensor sector has become a battleground. Nobody wants... >>

The best action cam photos in the world: Jaw, meet floor

The best action cam photos in the world: Jaw, meet floor

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It's been many years since the first skier strapped a shoulder camera to his helmet and threw himself down a mountain. In that time action cameras have shrunk, flying has become cheaper and now everyone is sharing super shots. From GoPro to Sony to Rollei,... >>

Here's the first 360-degree footage from GoPro’s six-camera Omni VR rig

Here's the first 360-degree footage from GoPro’s six-camera Omni VR rig

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GoPro announced its first quarter earnings today, revealed it will delay the release of its highly-anticipated drone until winter, and published a 360-degree video recorded with its Omni virtual reality camera rig. The 4-minute clip marks the first time... >>

Nikon D5 review: Olympic effort from pro DSLR
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Nikon D5 review: Olympic effort from pro DSLR

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It's no mistake that both Nikon D5 and Canon EOS 1D X Mark II have arrived in 2016. It's an Olympic year after all, with pro sports photographers seeking next-level kit to take next-level images in Rio. Not that's the only place such cameras are capable... >>

Learn how to take better pictures

Learn how to take better pictures

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Have you ever wanted to get more from your camera, or to understand how to actually use it rather than just using the "Automatic" setting all the time?  Udemy's courses are designed to take you through the process of understanding your camera so you... >>

How to shoot #food like a pro: Top tips for food photography

How to shoot #food like a pro: Top tips for food photography

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Taking photos of your food might be a cliché, but it has become almost as popular as taking photos of your own pouting face on social media. Instagram has over 178 million #food photographs and you only have to glance at Twitter in the evening to see... >>

Disney virtual reality content is coming, Nokia Ozo to be used for filming

Disney virtual reality content is coming, Nokia Ozo to be used for filming

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The mighty Disney has announced it will use the Nokia Ozo camera to create virtual reality content.Disney is planning to use the Ozo 360-degree camera to create immersive videos that will be unleashed alongside its movie feature releases.The Nokia Ozo... >>

Canon EOS 1D X Mark II review: The fast and the furious, part II
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Canon EOS 1D X Mark II review: The fast and the furious, part II

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The big boss is back for round two: the Canon EOS 1D X Mark II is the company's top-end full-frame DSLR, which replaces both the original 1D X and video-focused 1D C models. And it really is one serious bit of kit, as we've been finding out during a couple... >>