Most announcements from major manufacturers were a bit thin, but there were still some interesting developments, especially from the fringes of the industry. Here’s a few of our favorite photo gadgets we saw at CES this.
The apt-titled Arcus represents Moshi's latest foray into backpacks, one that allows you to stow a 15-inch laptop, your gym clothes, and any accessories you might need. The pack's sleek, stylish design is just a plus.
The new year had barely arrived when the Digital Trends team rolled into Las Vegas, but we wasted no time prowling the Las Vegas Convention Center for the gadgets that will come to define tech in 2017. With more than 2.6 million square feet…
After raising nearly $150,000, the Moka360 is set to enter production under the claim of being the world's smallest 360 cam — a claim we've heard before. Regardless of its veracity, the Moka360 remains a little camera with a big…
Lifeloggers looking to upgrade their cameras to something that can shoot and share higher resolution images with better image quality may have just found a new champion in the form of Pyle USA's new Wi-Fi HD Pocket Cam.
While not the prettiest camera accessory, the Timelaspe+ View is an incredibly powerful intervalometer. The Kickstarter-backed gadget features auto exposure ramping, live time-lapse preview, networked remote operation, and much more.
With GoPro, sharing epic moments has never been easier. Still, there is always more you can do to really showcase your adventure. Polar heart rate sensors allow you to put more information directly into the videos.
3D virtual reality cameras tend to be big on both size and price but a new startup is aiming to bring a six-camera rig to market this year. Introduced at CES, the Hubblo VR is expected to head to Indiegogo soon.
Yuneec's latest commercial flier is designed to fit any commercial need with three different camera options, from cinema to search and rescue. The announcement also includes the industry's first thermal and night vision camera.
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.