Sony continues to dominate the mirrorless camera scene with its latest flagship APS-C camera, the a6300. With image quality improvements across the board, it is a capable machine even when pitted against Sony's own full-frame cameras.
Sure, you could use the tech developed by NASA to take photographs of Mars for scientific applications, but wouldn't it be more fun to shoot a luxury car with it? Bentley just unveiled a 53 billion pixel for an ad -- and it's pretty cool.
While 4K may be one of the headlining features of the Nikon D5, the flagship DSLR can only record in three minute clips. That's changing with a firmware update, but there's a catch on that extended 29-minute recording time.
Instagram has announced that users will soon be able to instantaneously translate captions, comments, bios and more within its applications with a tap of a button. The feature is set to be released in July 2016.
The free, Russian-made, photo app allows users to customize their images by feeding photos through an artificial intelligence that "repaints" them in the stye of great artists like Van Gogh, Munch, and Picasso.
The Perfect Memory system will record your life, just like any other body camera does, but the fun extra is that it will also completely edit it for you into fun, shareable clips that you can blast on your social accounts.
Video app Flipagram has taken to VidCon to announce that it now has 200 million creators, and that it gets 4 billion daily video views on social media. We spoke with the app's co-founder and CEO Farhad Mohit about its success, and future…
What if the next sports broadcast you watched was powered by automatic cameras instead of human videographers? A recent research project shows that automatic sports video cameras could be the future of watching the game.