You can call them selfie sticks, but these GoPro extension poles are made for more than just self portraits. They can go into the water, recharge your camera, or bend to fit weird spaces. Check out five of our current favorites.
A new law in Japan allows automakers to replace mirrors with cameras. Several components manufacturers have already offered to supply the technology in Japan, but mirrorless cars remain banned in the United States.
Sigma's 150-600mm telephoto zoom lens can apparently create overexposed images when paired with the company's 1.4x teleconverter on a Nikon D500. With the D500 still in short supply, Sigma has corrected the issue via firmware update.
PicsArt's slew of photo editing features just got a bit simpler to use, thanks to a speed boost and interface update. The latest version keeps tools like hand drawing and double exposures, while enhancing the app's overall performance.
Strapping a GoPro to an animal is a surefire way to produce some pretty unique footage. And now, it’s been done in the virtual world thanks to Illumination Entertainment, the studio behind "The Secret Life of Pets."
A longstanding rumor received new fuel this week when it was reported that Fujifilm plans to launch a mirrorless medium-format system in September at Photokina. If true, it would offer an alternative to Hasselblad's new X1D.
SanDisk just announced the 256GB Extreme MicroSDXC card that sets a new transfer speed record of 100MB/sec and has enough capacity for 14 hours of 4K footage. A new Ultra card with the same capacity but lower speed was also announced.
The latest research from Toshiba means your next robot could be a Cyclops -- and still measure depth with one eye. By using colored filters instead of a second lens, 3D cameras for robots and automated cars could be cheaper to produce.
Inspired by accident when a photo flash reflection obscured his friends' faces, Saif Siddiqui now creates fashionable privacy accessories. Those who don't want photographers recording their every movement can now get relief.