We’ve seen action cameras used in all sorts of places — skiing, surfing, snowboarding, random jumps off cliffs and into the water — and now fishing is set to get the tech to make captures possible.
A new interchangeable lens camera is on the way for people who prefer a smaller camera and want to take selfies, as Panasonic shrinks its G series mirror-less to hand-sized this year.
The beginning of the year tends to herald a time for new technology, with exciting innovations from all manner of companies. Nikon even showed some innovations during CES, but has taken the week after to show that it isn’t spending much time for updates to its entry-level cameras.
GoPro can’t have all the fun, and this year, Sony is bringing the goodness of 4K Ultra HD to its own compact sporting camera, and a little more oomph to a 4K Handycam.
New gear is appearing at CES all week, and Canon is joining the release list, with several cameras on the way, including one box capable of capturing high quality selfies in a rather slim and stylish square.
While we’re sure the shelves at your local electronic or telco store are getting crowded from the amount of names for you to choose from, Asus might be adding its own gear to the line-up, as it announces new phones are coming.
CES has barely begun, but we haven’t exactly seen a plethora of new cameras, and Nikon looks good to start it off, with a new camera that shouldn’t cost too much and yet will offer the chance to peer into darkness.
When the clock hits midnight on January 1, all eyes will be on the sky, as everyone watches the fireworks light up the deep blue and black that is the night sky. You don’t have to get lost in the moment, though, and neither does your phone’s camera with these handy tips.
One of the questions that has populated our social feeds the past few weeks appears to be something many are seeing around the world: poles that hold people’s smartphones that allow them to take a self-portraits from afar. But the selfie stick is more than just a pole, and there’s a better way to use it than what we’re seeing.
If you’re a keen Instagrammer and you live by the camera of your smartphone, you’ll be happy to hear you have new filters inbound, as well as a way of switching off the ones you don’t like.