Samsung’s New Gear 360 is a cute little camera with some nicely improved capabilities. We’re waiting for release software before reviewing it, but shooting on this action camera for a week, we’re ready to share some thoughts on the state of 360 photos and video.
It’s dead Jim. I am without a camera, and replacing this busted shooter is a frustrating endeavor. Looks like it’s finally time to properly leave the Samsung NX system and start shopping a proper replacement…
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LG set a high standard for phone cameras with the V10, and it was something of a disappointment to find the G5 did not inherit all of those wonderful options and controls. The G6 represents something of a rebirth for the G series. Does it catch us up to the V20, or is LG still separating “consumer” and “professional” handsets?
Lets face it, the iPhone has a great camera but the field of view has always been limited for serious photography. @ZtylusUSA has a modular case fro the iPhone that allows us to have 4 in 1 lens setup on the go and you don’t have to clip anything.
Sure the LG V20 offers one of the most brutally complete camera packages found on a phone, but it’s kind of a big device. For folks who want that photo and video power in a sleeker form factor, the G6 might just sway you back.
Analog is making a comeback. Kodak is bringing back Ektachrome film for a new generation of Super 8 cameras. The Super 8 Camera features some new tricks like audio input and a handy flip out LCD. We’re way more excited for a film camera than we should be…
Just when we thought we were done, Huawei delivers a killer update for the Mate 9 which included some camera improvements. After re-shooting some of our tests, how does this beast of a phone stack up to the competition? Here’s our Huawei Mate 9 Real Camera Review!