Kodak is aiming to streamline the process of hiring a photographer, and for photographers, finding clients, with Kodakit, a new online platform. The on-demand photography platform is live in 92 cities.
D-Link became one of a select few manufacturers who announced HomeKit-enabled security cameras at CES this week. Called the Omna 180 Cam HD, it is the first product in a new line of HomeKit-enabled devices from D-Link.
After discontinuing it in 2012, citing low demand, Kodak is bring back its iconic color-reversal Ektachrome 100 film from the dead. Kodak says the film will be available in the 135 (35mm) format in the 4th quarter of 2017.
With support for 8K 360-degree video at 30 frames per second and 4K at 100 frames per second, the Insta360 Pro packs a serious punch at just $3,000. In addition to video, it can shoot 60-megapixel RAW photos.
The brand that developed the first Hollywood-level stabilization is mixing both electronic and mechanical stabilization with the new Steadicam Volt. Now on Kickstarter, the smartphone gimbal aims to follow action without the lag time.
The latest MicroSD card from SanDisk is designed with enough speed to run apps. The card is the first to meet the new A1 speed rating with 95MB per second transfer speeds, transferring 1,200 photos in one minute.