The latest drone craze seems to be using them to video fireworks displays, though with the Federal Aviation Administration now taking an interest, it's possible the rules could soon be tightened regarding such shoots.
Sony has officially introduced the Xperia C3, which it calls the first PROSelfie smartphone, thanks to not only an LED flash above the screen, but a wide variety of apps and features usually seen only on the rear camera.
Sony has been working on developing a new curved sensor technology that provides superior image quality, and now we have first proof that it works. The image shows the lack of any vignetting, one of the big benefits.
While it could certainly make for a very interesting selfie, the idea of stepping onto a road with your smartphone as hundreds of cyclists hurtle toward you sounds like a recipe for disaster. Doesn't seem to be stopping fans of the Tour de France, however.
A team in Poland has assembled a wearable device that gives you an out-of-body perspective on life. It uses an Oculus Rift, two GoPro cameras, an Arduino and some other ingredients to offer wearers a third-person perspective.
Remember View-Master, the stereoscopic image viewer? Now you can have your Instagram photos turned into View-Master reels, thanks to Reelagram. The service also lets you create gifts for other Instagrammers.
Camera bag maker Venque of Toronto, Canada, is currently crowdfunding a stylish, versatile, and durable camera backpack via Kickstarter. The DSLR CamPro backpack has enough room for two cameras, six lenses, and a laptop computer.