A study published by Nature Communications suggests the human eye is capable of detecting the smallest known particle of light -- a single photon. The sample size was small, but the results were statistically significant.
Thanks to the two newest camera products from Petcube, animal lovers can put their guilt and anxiety aside, and stay connected by way of the Petcube Bites and Petcube Play. They have both launched on Kickstarter at a pre-order price.
For DigitalRev's latest “Pro Photographer, Cheap Camera” challenge, photographer Matt Usher is given an old Nikon CoolPix 995 and asked to capture the best possible images he can. The results are astounding.
YouTube channel Product Tank TV has shared a tutorial video showing how you can make your very own camera stabilizer using whatever spare Lego pieces you have sitting in the attic. Bring on the nostalgia!
Intel has announced that its new freeD replay technology will first be shown off live at this week's MLB All-Star Week festivities. Using 28 strategically-laced cameras, viewers will be able to watch replays in full 360 degrees.
Following a statement announcing the delay of six camera bodies, Sony has shared that its flagship 70-200mm f/2.8 GM OSS telephoto zoom lens will be delayed by four months, pushing its release back to Q4 of 2016.
This 3D-printed camera may be about the size of a grain of salt, but it has three lenses and an LED light. Small enough to be injected, this camera concept could be used in medicine, robotics, drones, and more.