Enid Burns

Enid Burns

Enid Burns is a freelance writer who has covered consumer electronics, online advertising, mobile, technology electronic entertainment, and fitness-related trends for more than a decade. She helps run the fitness tech blog KineticShift.com. Her work has appeared in numerous publications including The New York Daily News, Playboy, and Computer Shopper.
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New Polaroid-branded camera accessories add stabilization, underwater protection

Polaroid has three branded accessories for enhancing your cameras. There is a 3-axis electronic stabilizer for action cameras, a handgrip with battery pack, and underwater housing cases.
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Action cam newcomer Ezviz takes on GoPro with new 4K-ready shooters

Ezviz, a maker of home security cameras, is introducing a new lineup of action cams that go head-to-head with GoPro's Hero4. The Ezviz Five and Five+ even use similar components, such as Sony sensors and Ambarella chipsets.
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Shoot smooth panoramic videos with Polaroid’s Eyeball Head gadget

Polaroid has a handy gadget for shooting smooth 360-degree panoramic photos and videos. The Eyeball Head works with most compact cameras and camcorders, and is controlled via a remote.
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Photo contest gives you chance to become part of Panasonic’s Luminary Team

Panasonic is running a photo contest where winners could become honorary members in the company's Luminary Team photographer program. Oh, and three winners could win some photography gear, including the GX8 and G7 cameras.
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Recently is the app that turns your photos into an artsy monthly magazine

Looking for a way to share your digital photos in an analog medium? Turn them into a monthly magazine with Recently, a monthly subscription service that prints your most recent photos in a beautifully bound periodical.
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Cyclops Gear’s CGX2 action camera captures your stunts in Ultra-High Def

Cyclops Gear's new action camera, the CGX2, touts 4K video recording and an LCD in a compact, GoPro-esque form-factor. Included are various mounting accessories, and it has a lower price than an equivalent Hero4.