Forget the Lytro, because while the one megapixel square shooter was cool for the time, Panasonic has found a way to get a similar effect going inside its mirrorless cameras.
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As much as we love capturing videos, you can only really capture one viewpoint: what the camera sees. Or can you?
If advanced cameras are sort of your thing and any old box won’t do, Sony’s next compact has your name all over it, sporting a full-frame sensor set to 42 megapixels. Just wow.
The need for compact cameras is declining now that so many of us have at least 8 megapixels on our person at all times. You can say thanks to mobiles for that, but if you want quality and zoom, you need to go for something else, and that’s where the “G” series comes in.
Owners of new cameras get access to lots of high resolution formats, but if you don’t have a high speed card, you won’t be capturing much of anything. Fortunately, a new high speed card just rocked up.
A new GoPro model? It’s time to see what GoPro can do when it makes its entry level camera a little more fleshed out.
You thought phones and tablets were in fierce competition? So are cameras, and Sony is showing it knows a thing or two about the fight, with a new camera that aims to please.
It’s not all iPhones and iPads this week, as Google and GoPro get together to show us a world where video will be something that isn’t just shot from one angle, but every angle altogether.
So you think your 20 megapixel phone is pretty spesh, and your 50 megapixel DSLR is amazeballs? Well Canon has developed a 250 megapixel sensor for a digital camera. How about them apples?