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The best GoPro accessories for 2015

By - July 24, 2015 59 Pictures

Action cameras are great, but without the right mounts, grips and filters, you might struggle to capture footage that does your action-packed adventure (or extreme lawn mowing session) justice. Gizmag looks at some of our favorite GoPro accessories which will help you capture unique angles, mount your camera from everything from a speeding car to a dog, and keep shooting when other GoPro users are staring at a low battery warning.

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World's smallest interchangeable lens 4K camera set to fly

By - July 21, 2015 6 Pictures

Competition is hotting up for the space under that quadcopter you've got your eye on. The E1 from Z Camera is a tiny drone-friendly Micro Four Thirds camera which can shoot 4K video and has far exceeded its funding target on Kickstarter. Like the Blackmagic Micro Cinema Camera, the E1 aims to offer the benefits of a compact action camera form-factor with the quality and options you get from more traditionally-sized interchangeable lens cameras.

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Fashion photo shoot captured with musical triggers

By - July 21, 2015 7 Pictures

Though there are all manner of cool ways to fire the shutter of your camera with triggers like the Triggertrap and ioShutter, fashion shoots are traditionally still done with the old-fashioned finger and button combo. Not so at a recent shoot for an Australian retailer, in which 42 customized cameras were automatically triggered by frequencies in a live musical performance. Is it time to fire the photographer and hire a drummer?

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GoPro vs. GoPro: Hero4 Black, Silver, Session, and Hero+LCD

By - July 20, 2015 42 Pictures

The updates to the GoPro line-up so far in 2015 haven't been specification-beating flagship offerings, but with new models that are more affordable or smaller, they might still be the right cameras for you. Gizmag looks at the key specs and features of the new Hero4 Session and Hero+ LCD cameras to see how they compare to the Hero4 Black and Silver from last year.

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Panasonic's GX8 shoots 4K now, will gain Post Focus function later

By - July 16, 2015 12 Pictures

Panasonic has updated its mirrorless camera line-up with the DMC-GX8, a follow-up to the GX7 which retains the retro styling of its predecessor, but adds mod-cons like a higher megapixel count, 4K capabilities and dual image stabilization technology. The camera is also due to gain a new Post Focus feature – allowing users to select a focus point after taking an image – in an upcoming firmware update.

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Lumenati CS1 uses retro design to improve your iPhone videography

By - July 13, 2015 6 Pictures

Smartphone cameras are increasingly taking the place of stand-alone consumer video cameras, and in a lot of ways that makes sense. A phone, however, isn't nearly as easy to hold onto while shooting – its screen can also be difficult to see in bright sunlight. Well, that's where the Lumenati CS1 comes in. It's a videography case for the iPhone 6, and it has the same form factor as a classic Super 8mm movie camera.

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Olympus Air A01 turns your smartphone into a mirrorless camera

By - July 1, 2015 10 Pictures

Olympus has announced its Air A01 add-on camera for smartphones, which turns your Android or iOS device into a very capable mirrorless camera, will be getting a wider release and heading to the US. Previously only available in Japan, the Olympus Air A01 is a smartphone-controlled camera similar to the Sony QX1, but features a Micro Four Thirds lens mount with a matching 16-megapixel sensor and is an open platform for developers.

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Spherical, throwable Explorer camera to land in 100 US police departments

By - June 29, 2015 5 Pictures

After showing the world a prototype throwable camera in 2012, Bounce Imaging is sending 100 of its Explorer cameras to police departments across the US. The Boston-based company originally conceived the idea of a throwable camera in an attempt to improve safety for first responders, but quickly gained interest from police departments whose personnel are often forced to jump headlong into potentially dangerous situations without a clear picture of what they'll face.

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