Streetography, a new iOS app, is forgoing the traditional pins-on-a-map geotagging and turning maps into photo mosaics. It allows users to save spots, follow other users, and filter the photos for a "custom" photo map.
Sixty frames per second in 4K quality is tough to find, but new sensor technology could change that. The latest sensor from OmniVision captures 60fps 4K, all in a size small enough for drones and action cameras.
Sports photographers are known for their pricey cameras and long lenses, but what happens if you replace their kit with one of the most basic cameras on the market? Two pro shooters were brave enough to take up the challenge.
Photographer Joe Capra spent two years planning, shooting, and editing this incredible panoramic time lapse of L.A. The resulting stitched video came in at 10K by 4K resolution, but getting there certainly wasn't easy.
The home-brewed, Linux-powered Chronos high-speed camera will deliver ultra slow motion capabilities at just $2,500. The latest prototype can pump out over 20,000 frames per second, and over 1,000fps at HD resolution.
With enough juice to power a smartphone 28 times, the two-pound Plug is still small enough to easily fit in a backpack or purse. The fully-funded Indiegogo is expected to ship before the end of the year.
The wires of the polygraph could one day be replaced by a simple camera with facial mapping software. An artificial intelligence company recently developed the Fraudoscope, which boasts the same accuracy as a polygraph.
Leica Professional has teamed up with Marlin Equipment Finance to create a new lease option for its S-System and SL-System cameras and lenses. Through December 31, you can pick up a system with a 1.9 percent APR for 36 months.