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WaterWeight is a sandbag alternative that can be filled with water when needed

Most photographers have experienced the annoyance of having to lug heavy weights, typically sandbags, to the location of a photo shoot to help hold down and stabilize their tripod or lighting stands. WaterWeight is an new alternative which keeps your gear steady with (as the name suggests) water, and only needs to be filled when you're using it.  Read More

The SoloShot2 pans and tilts the user's camera, to follow them while they're in action

A couple of years ago, we first heard about the SoloShot. It's a robotic device that sits between a video camera and a tripod, automatically panning the camera to keep the surfing, skiing, etc subject centered in the shot. The idea is that you can get video of yourself doin' your thing, without calling upon someone else to act as a videographer. The SoloShot2 takes things a step further, most notably by also tilting the camera.  Read More

The Sony A7 II is the first full frame camera to feature 5-axis image stabilization

Sony has outed its latest full frame mirrorless interchangeable lens camera, the A7 II. The new camera builds on the success of the orignial A7 cameras, but features a couple of important upgrades including 5-axis image stabilization – which is a world's first in a full frame camera – and improved autofocus responsiveness.  Read More

The SnapJet creates instant prints by scanning a smartphone's display

Say what you will about the low cost and easy sharability of digital photos, sometimes it's nice to have an actual physical print that you can hold onto or tack up. That said, you likely don't want to carry an instant camera with you everywhere you go. Well, that's where the SnapJet comes in. It's a small device that scans a photo displayed on your smartphone's screen, and reproduces it on Polaroid or Fuji film.  Read More

The Sony Exmor RS IMX230 can use up to 192 AF points to help when shooting fast-moving sub...

Sony has announced the latest iteration of its Exmor RS stacked CMOS imaging sensors. The 21-megapixel IMX230, which will start shipping next year, could improve the photographic capabilities of your next smartphone as it builds on previous models by adding high-speed phase detection autofocus and improved HDR imaging.  Read More

Gizmag compares the specs and features of some of the best full frame DSLRs available

We recently compared a selection of the best entry-level and enthusiast APS-C DSLRs on the market. But if sensor size is important to you, you might want a full frame offering in your next camera. So here's Gizmag's 2014 full frame DSLR comparison guide, where we compare the specifications and features of some of the most popular full frame DSLRs currently available.  Read More

Gizmag looks at the specifications and features of some of the best long-zoom cameras arou...

You don't need an interchangeable lens camera to have versatile shooting options. A new breed of long-zoom lens cameras can now have you photographing a wide scene one minute, and zooming in on a distant subject the next, all without making vast compromises in image quality. Gizmag compares the specifications and features of some of the best superzoom cameras on the market.  Read More

The new Stealth 2, as compared to Drift's existing Ghost-S

Drift Innovation's line of actioncams are certainly worthy competitors to the venerable GoPro Hero, although some potential buyers might wish that they were a little more compact. Well, the company has addressed that with its new Drift Stealth 2. It's reportedly 48 percent smaller and 42 percent lighter than Drift's Ghost line of cameras.  Read More

The Kodak PixPro SP360, with some of its optional extras

We've recently been hearing a lot about systems that record 360-degree video, although they mostly appear to be either professional setups or offerings from relatively small startup companies. That changed yesterday, however, when JK Imaging announced the new Kodak PixPro SP360 actioncam.  Read More

The new Theta m15 from Ricoh

Ricoh has announced that its Theta 360-degree pocket camera is about to get some new siblings. The new Thetas are very similar in design and capabilities to the original that Gizmag reviewed last year, but have an extra trick to show off – the m15 models can now shoot video.  Read More

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