You may not have heard the name Godox before, but the Chinese company produces a large catalog of photographic lighting equipment. Its new TT350S flash for Sony cameras brings wireless RF control to a compact, inexpensive form factor.
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See what the astronauts see without ever lifting your feet off the ground in this new video series capturing 360 shots of the International Space Station, from where the astronauts go for the best views to how cameras are stored.
Smartphone gimbals create steady footage, but they also tend to be bulky. One simple design change is allowing the FlowMotion One to be mount-friendly. It takes up only about 5 inches above any GoPro mount, and can also be worn.
Casey Neistat has built up quite a following on YouTube over the last 18 months. His channel has 5.8 million subscribers and his videos regularly get more than a million views. But now he's decided to quit his popular daily vlog.
Snapchat wants to give everyone a chance to get their hands on its video-recording sunglasses, known as Spectacles, in time for the holidays. The company has opened a new pop-up store in Midtown Manhattan.
When photographer David Robison set out to shoot Red Bull slopestyle mountain bike rider Matt Jones, he wanted to up his game. He turned to drones to hold high-end photographic lighting where light stands couldn't reach.
Designed to take off like a helicopter but fly like an airplane, the AeroVironment Quantix is an odd-looking drone that boasts some impressive features. The commercial drone can fly for 45 minutes and cover up to 40 linear miles.