Cobra’s gadget combines a radar/laser detector with a 1080p dash camera to reduce clutter. It offers an easy-to-read display, clear voice alerts, GPS-based alerts, and motion sensors to automatically save captured video in the event of an impact. Plus, it’s Wi-Fi enabled for updates and downloading videos.
Worried about your $400 action cam getting tossed around or damaged in precarious situations? This bargain-priced camera lets you shoot without concern. It records 4K UHD video and 12mp stills, and comes with multiple mounts. At just 50 bucks each, you can buy a bunch to capture multiple angles of your antics.
Sony manages to squeeze some of the impressive technology from its pro α9 into a high-end point and shoot. This pocketable camera has a 24-200mm zoom lens, 0.02-second focus time with real-time tracking, blackout-free burst shooting, 4K HDR video, and an external microphone jack. Drool.
It’s hard to believe it, but digital cameras were just getting their start back in the 1990s. And like every tech gold rush, everyone was jumping on the low megapixel bandwagon, including video game maker SEGA. LGR got his hands on this $300 oddity from 1996, with its whopping 320×240 pixel resolution.
DJI’s Osmo Pocket is a tiny smart camera with a 3-axis gimbal, providing incredible stabilization and a variety of capture modes. It can shoot at up to 4K 60fps and has face and object tracking. Use it with its app to access other shooting modes such as panorama, and to use your phone as a viewfinder.
When it comes to digital cameras, the bigger the sensor, the better the image quality, so a full-frame (35mm) sensor is ideal. But full-frame cameras are usually quite bulky. Now, Sigma is showing the smallest full-frame camera ever, measuring in at just 112.6 × 69.9 × 45.3 mm (4.43 x 2.75 x 1.78″), and weighing just 370g.
This diminutive camera blends old school analog looks with digital technology behind the lens. It shoots 8-megapixel images while preserving the low-fi looks of Holga’s other offerings. It comes in black, black and silver, or multicolor styles, and is 22% off in The Awesomer Shop.
Celebrate the return of Stranger Things with this special edition retro One Step 2 instant camera from Polaroid Originals. It features upside-down typography, and comes one pack of special Stranger Things film featuring borders inspired by the hit Netflix series. Additional film available here.
SPINN design’s CP.01 is a plate that attaches to the bottom of DSLR or mirrorless cameras. Hook your strap into the CP.01 and your camera won’t swing or slip while you’re moving. It also keeps the strap out of the way of your hands and the camera’s controls while you’re shooting, and is compatible with Arca-Swiss tripods.
Sony’s latest G Master lens for FE-mount cameras is perfect for pro sports and nature photographers. The $13,000 SEL600F40GM is a 600mm F4 telephoto that captures razor-sharp imagery of even fast-moving people and objects at incredible distances, thanks to its quick focusing and optical stabilization.
The successor to the X-T20, Fujifilm’s X-T30 packs many of the shooting capabilities of the beloved X-T3 but in a much smaller and lighter package. It offers nearly 100% coverage phase-detection AF, 4K video recording, and digital versions of Fujifilm’s classic film stocks.
How many times have you been off on an adventure only to realize, “Shoot, I forgot to take a picture!” Snap Spectacles are the solution. These camera glasses remove the barrier between you and your subject so you can snap first-person HD photos and video.
Remo Tech’s OBSBOT Tail is a camera with powerful automatic tracking modes. It tracks the subject’s face, body shape and posture to keep it in the frame. It can even track a group of people. You can also manually set its tracking. It shoots 12MP stills and up to 4K/60fps video.
The latest of Sony’s mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras is said to offer the fastest autofocus you can buy on any camera, locking on in just 0.02 sec, and has real-time object tracking for moving subjects. The 24.2 mp APS-C sensor can capture images at up to 11 fps.
NexOptic’s upcoming DoubleTake binoculars can switch instantly between 2.5x and 10x optical zoom. They have image stabilization and real-time high resolution panning. Instead of eyecups, they have a 5″ LCD screen. They can also share photos to phones and record 4K video.
There are countless lens add-ons for smartphones, many of which are under $10. But if you’re really, really cheap, or just like to hack stuff, Chris Notap’s video will show you how to recycle lenses from cheap thrift store cameras, with shockingly good results.
HumanEyes latest virtual reality camera can capture either 360° videos in 2D, or 180° videos in 3D, for greater immersion when viewing on a head-mounted display. It uses dual Sony sensors to capture moving images at up to 5.7K resolution at 30 fps, and stills at up to 18 mp.