Most smartphones these days are perfectly capable of handling any app or game you throw their way, and their imaging capabilities are just one of the features that make them a convenience to use. However, with the Lenovo …
CD-R King has unveiled its entry into the action camera market, the CD-R King Action Camcorder.
Action cameras are all the rage now and the market is wide open for new players. However there are already a few established names to compete against, so to truly dominate, you need to offer something truly special.
For photography aficionados out there, this is a treat! Olympus have announced three new cameras, each catering to different markets.
Samsung seem to be all around the place before the upcoming CES event. Not too long, they made a couple of product announcements to generate buzz for their CES booth, namely the new chipset and the new Galaxy Camera 2. Now, they have announced a new flagship device for their mirrorless camera lineup, the NX30!
Nokia hasn’t been shy about touting the imaging prowess of their Lumia 1020 and its 41mp sensor, but how does it stack up against a mainstream DSLR?
As phone manufacturers continue to try and one-up their competition, it appears that the fight has been taken to the imaging side of things. We’ve already seen HTC’s UltraPixel Camera, Samsung’s Galaxy S4 Zoom and the Nokia Lumia 1020, however, it appears that Sony has something in the works that could blow away everything we’ve seen so far.
Another android-powered camera comes into the battlefield as Samsung Galaxy Camera becomes official. If you can remember, we featured the 2nd android camera in the world a week ago – the Nikon Coolpix S800c. It has good features and a not so new android Gingerbread OS but with this new contender at hand, it will be a big problem for it.
The rumors we heard before proved to be true as Nikon officially announced the Nikon Coolpix S800c, an android-powered camera. While the masses are focused on android phones, Nikon took the leap on venturing to the ever-growing android community. However, this isn’t the very first android powered camera as it was already seen on the Polaroid SC1630 camera.