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.
You spent thousands on your camera gear, so why tote it around in an ugly nylon pack? Vi Vante’s premium leather camera bags feature the kind of quilting that you might find on the seats of six-figure luxury car, while offering the protection your equipment deserves.
These wireless security cameras are the perfect way to monitor your home remotely. Each one runs up to 2 years on a battery, capturing 1080p video whenever it detects motion. They’re also waterproof and work in the dark. Unlike some competitors, there’s no subscription fee either.
The Polaroid OneStep+ Instant Camera is fun to use on its own, but it shines when used with its companion app. The app lets you use noise triggers, a self-timer, double exposure, remote trigger and fiddle with settings in manual mode. The camera also has a portrait lens.
An all-new series of mirrorless, interchangeable lens cameras from the imaging gods at Nikon. The system allows for a full frame sensor, but in a package much smaller than DSLRs. The Z6 has a 24.5mp sensor, while the Z7 has a 45.7mp sensor, and both support 4K video
Miops’ Capsule360 is a versatile and compact motion controller for cameras. It works with smartphones, action cameras, and DSLRs up to 7kg. Combine multiple units for 3-axis control. It can track objects, faces and even stars, and can even replicate recorded movements.
This high-end dashcam is just for automotive junkies. It not only adds a wide-angle 1080p/60 camera for recording track drives, but captures telemetry data like speed and engine RPM via a wireless OBD-II transmitter, as well as G-forces, GPS position, and weather conditions.