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    Polaroid Snap Touch Adds a Touchscreen to Their Instant Digital Camera

    Polaroid is getting a little more hands-on with digital photography this year. Following in the footsteps of the first generation Polaroid Snap, Snap Touch combines the digital camera and instant printer of the original with a 3.5″ LCD touchscreen for framing shots. It’s instant photography, but a little less instant. The Snap Touch has all the […]

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    SanDisk Shows Off the World’s First 1TB SD Card

    Western Digital has unveiled the world’s first 1TB SDXC card at Photokina 2016. Remember when a 64MB SD card seemed gigantic? Well SanDisk unveiled the world’s first 64MB SD card in 2000. And back at Photokina 2014, they unveiled the 512GB SanDisk Extreme PRO SDXC UHS-I Memory Card. And if you’re wondering why anyone would […]

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    The New Hasselblad V1D Concept Camera Is Fully Customizable

    The camera of your dreams just arrived and, no, it is not on a phone. For those of you who still appreciate actual cameras say hello to the V1D concept camera. The 75-megapixel shooter was inspired by the classic Hasselblad V Camera, but this one has a fully-customizable camera body that includes modules on all four sides. […]

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    Sony’s New Lens is Perfect for Your Up-Close Flower Shots

    Sony’s newest camera lens has its focus on the everyday user. The SEL50M28 is a full-frame 50 mm f/2.8 macro lens that works with any of their E-mount cameras. It promises to be a solid everyday lens, but it sounds like it will really shine when taking up-close shots with a narrow focus. That means […]

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    Hasselblad X1D is Their First Mirrorless Digital Medium Format Camera (Hands-on)

    Usually when we talk about digital cameras here, the apex is represented by full-frame cameras (mirrorless or otherwise) — they tend to be the high-end cameras from companies like Nikon, Canon, and Sony with huge sensors and powerful image processors that bring semi-professional and even professional performance to the wider market. But, there’s a lot more […]

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    The Impossible Project Has Reinvented the Polaroid Camera

    In 2008, the Impossible Project salvaged a Polaroid factory in Germany. Since then, they’ve been working to spruce up and sell old models of Polaroid cameras, including the Sun 600, the Spectra, and the limited edition Barbie model of the 600. But, to now, they’ve only been in the business of reviving old, existing models […]

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    Drones Are About To Get A Lot More Useful With LTE

    Right now, most drones we see are souped-up remote control helicopters, ranging from kids’ toys to high-powered hobbyist flyers. But, they could be a whole lot more. The biggest obstacle to maximizing drones’ potential is LTE connectivity, which is a little trickier than connecting devices on the ground. Intel and AT&T were at Mobile World […]

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    SqueakNSnap Tricks Your Dog Into Smiling For The Camera

    If you’ve ever gotten a family photo taken by a professional and had an uncooperative toddler in tow, you’ve surely experienced the squeaky toy/cute stuffed animal method of getting kids to make eye contact with the camera, if only for a second. That most advanced of camera technologies is finally trickling down to the rest […]

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    A Millennial Mom’s Guide to the Connected Baby Monitor

    Picking the right baby monitor for your family is an important decision. But it’s also one that keeps getting harder with the ever-growing list of options available. It’s time to put new technology to work for you and your baby, which is why VTech introduced the VTech Safe & Sound Digital Audio Baby Monitor with […]

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    Vyoocam Clip-On Camera Picks Up Where Google Glass Left Off

    Vyoocam is a live streaming camera that clips onto any set of glasses. As long as you have Wi-Fi or a mobile hotspot, you can live stream with these. Hey, at least it’s not Google Glass, ahem, Project Aura. These are a tad more focused on the singular function of recording POV video. Say you […]

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    Lytro Immerge Could Completely Change VR Video

    While virtual reality games are built from the ground up to provide freedom of movement — they wouldn’t be very fun otherwise — the same can’t be said of VR video. There’s always a level of disappointment when viewing VR video because you’re just viewing it — you can turn your head around to look […]

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    MicroSD Card Reader for the iPhone is Perfect for GoPro Users

    An enduring complaint about the iPhone (and, increasingly, its high-end Android competitors) is its lack of a Micro SD card slot — with action cams like GoPro and digital photography in general getting into the hands of millions, those millions would like to have an easy way to share media straight from their phone while […]

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    Canon’s Tiny Highend G5 X and G9 X Cameras Scream Fashionista

    There’s a camera for everyone these days — including high-end point-and-shoot cameras. Even the simplest cameras have an expensive tier for the people who just want to push a button and make high-quality pictures come out. That’s what Canon is going for with the newest releases in their PowerShot G series, the G5 X and […]

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    Sony a7S II Can Handle 4k Recording at Night

    Last year, the Sony a7S II arrived as a solid semi-professional interchangeable lens mirrorless camera that fell short only because it tried to pack in 4k recording too early. Whereas the previous model required an external recorder to take 4k video, the new model announced today features internal 4k recording, along with some great features […]