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Cameras

Light L16 Camera

Light L16 Camera

The Light L16 aims to bring DSLR quality to a pocket-sized device. Instead of offering just a single lens, it has 16 camera modules for different types of pictures, and 10 of them fire at the same time to create a 52mp image. Early adopters save $400. Gallery here.

GoPro Hero+

GoPro Hero+

GoPro’s lineup is getting a tad confusing, but its entry level cameras do have clear differences. The $130 Hero is the cheapest, the new Hero+ adds Wi-Fi and 1080p/60 video, and the $300 Hero+ LCD gets a touchscreen too. The Hero+ drops 10/4.

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DSLR Wheel of Filters

DSLR Wheel of Filters

Turn your expensive DSLR into a cheap toy camera with this interchangeable wheel of low-fi filters and prisms. Choose from 18 different effects, including solid colors, splits and surrounds, macro, kaleidoscopic, and other funky patterns. For Nikon or Canon cameras.

Activeon CX Action Camera

Activeon CX Action Camera

Providing tremendous value compared to GoPro’s entry-level action cam, the Activeon CX shoots 1080/30p HD video through an f/2.4 lens, has a built-in LCD viewfinder, Wi-Fi, interchangeable batteries and faceplates, and a multitude of available mounting options.

Snap Flying Camera

Snap Flying Camera

Snap’s compact drone aims to bring awesome aerial image quality to the masses, with a 4K camera powered by Sony Exmor, 120fps/1080p video, gimbal stabilization, cinematic tracking and orbit, and the ability to collapse the drone to fit it in a backpack.

Win: GoPro HERO4 Session Camera

Win: GoPro HERO4 Session Camera

Enter to win the latest camera from GoPro, the diminutive, but powerful HERO4 Session. This rugged action camera shoots 1080p/60 video and fits just about anywhere. Just head over to the Technabob Shop for your chance to win! (Contest Ends 9/23/15)

Graava Action Camera

Graava Action Camera

Graava uses a variety of sensors to detect when it’s capturing something notable. It can then automatically edit its recording to include only those highlights. Takes 1080p/30fps & 720p/60fps videos and 8MP stills with 130º FOV.

Yuneec Q500 4K Drone

Yuneec Q500 4K Drone

Drone pilots and videographers of all skill levels will enjoy Yuneec’s newest 4K drone. It features 25 minutes of flight time, a 3-Axis anti-vibration gimbal, Geo-fencing and Follow Me and Watch Me modes. Read our review on Technabob.

Z Camera E1

Z Camera E1

The E1 action camera is compatible with Micro Four-Thirds lenses. It can shoot 4096×2160 at 24fps, 3840×2160 at 30fps and 1080p at 30/60fps. It also has a 2.5″ TFT LCD rear display, 3.5mm audio in, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.

GoPro HERO4 Session

GoPro HERO4 Session

The new HERO4 Session is the smallest GoPro ever. It packs 1080p60 video and 8mp photo capability in a tiny waterproof and rugged package. A low-profile frame and auto-rotation lets you mount it just about anywhere.

Explorer 360º Tactical Camera

Explorer 360º Tactical Camera

A rugged ball with six black and white cameras. Each camera shoots one photo per second. The photos are wirelessly sent and stitched into a 360º image to a mobile device up to 60ft. away. Available with LEDs or near-IR light.

Brinno Peep-Hole Camera

Brinno Peep-Hole Camera

Keep tabs on who’s outside your door without squinting with Brinno’s digital peephole camera. Visitors are displayed on a 3″ LCD screen, and a motion sensor automatically records whenever people approach even if you’re away.

Sony RX100 IV

Sony RX100 IV

The king of point-and-shoots returns with an even smaller body, thanks in part to its 20.1MP 1″ Exmos RS CMOS sensor. The RX100 Mk. IV can also shoot 4K video for up to 5min. at a time and full HD slow motion at up to 1000fps.

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GoPro Hero+ LCD

GoPro Hero+ LCD

GoPro’s entry-level Hero+ LCD takes 8MP stills and up to 1080p/60fps videos. It has an LCD touchscreen that lets you view and edit shots on the fly, built-in WiFi and Bluetooth and a quick power on and record button.

GoPro 360º Camera Array

GoPro 360º Camera Array

Designed for capturing moving 360-degree videos, this specialized GoPro rig uses 16 cameras to send HD videos to Google’s new Jump software, which will let you view its videos on VR headsets. Example video here.

Sprite Drone

Sprite Drone

Sprite is a video and photography drone with a modular tubular frame that’s more portable, durable and easier to modify than traditional UAVs. It comes with a 1080p camera on a 1-axis gimbal and a GoPro mount with 2-axis gimbal.

Fujifilm XT-10

Fujifilm XT-10

The XT-10 mirrorless interchangeable lens camera is a lighter, slimmer and significantly more affordable version of the popular XT-1. It has the same 16MP image sensor and processor, a crisp EVF and new autofocus settings.

Blackmagic Micro Cinema Camera

Blackmagic Micro Cinema Camera

Blackmagic Design’s new action camera. The Micro Cinema Camera has a super 16mm 1080p sensor and a 30fps global shutter. It works with micro four thirds lenses and has an expansion port for remote control and monitoring.

Sony HX90V

Sony HX90V

A compact long-range camera. The new HX90V has 30x optical zoom, an 18.2MP sensor, optical image stabilization and an OLED EVF. If the latter doesn’t matter to you then get the HX90V’s cheaper version, the WX500.

Ares Aerial Photography Drone

Ares Aerial Photography Drone

There are many drones on the market, but most require flying skills. The Ares drone will capture and upload amazing aerial shots after you simply sketch your desired flight path on your mobile device. Coming in HD and 4K versions.

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Nikon 1 J5

Nikon 1 J5

The 1 J5 is Nikon’s newest compact mirrorless interchangeable lens camera. It has a 20.8MP backside-illuminated sensor and shoots full resolution images at up to 20fps. Best of all, this tiny camera can record 4K videos.

Podo Stick-on Camera

Podo Stick-on Camera

Podo is a Bluetooth camera that works with iOS and Android devices. It has micro-suction pads at the back that let it cling to a variety of surfaces. It takes 8mp images and 720p videos and has a built-in flash and 4GB storage.

Canon EOS 5DS & 5DS R

Canon EOS 5DS & 5DS R

The EOS 5DS and 5DS R have a 50.6MP full-frame image sensor, encroaching on medium format territory while giving you the versatility of a DSLR. The 5DS R cancels out the low-pass filter for added sharpness at the risk of moire.

DSLR Shutter at 10,000FPS

DSLR Shutter at 10,000FPS

The Slow Mo Guys show us what happens when you press the shutter button of a DSLR camera by capturing the moment at high speed, up to 10,000fps, later explaining the process and drawbacks of a rolling shutter mechanism.

2015 FLIR One Thermal Camera

2015 FLIR One Thermal Camera

The new FLIR personal thermal camera is much smaller and will have both iOS and Android compatible models. It has 4x more resolution than the original, and its apps will let you take close up, panoramic and time lapse videos. Skip to 1:00.

Giroptic 360Cam

Giroptic 360Cam

This odd looking gadget can capture 360° panoramic images using three fish-eye lens cameras, and automatically stitches the images together in real time. Shoots 4096×2048 stills, and 2048×1024 videos.

Phase One x ALPA A-Series Camera

Phase One x ALPA A-Series Camera

This extravagant medium-format camera combines Phase One’s digital imaging tech with the manual controls and design aesthetic of ALPA’s classic analog cameras. In 50-, 60- and 80- megapixel variants. Image samples here.

Sony α7S Moonlight Shots

Sony α7S Moonlight Shots

Photographers praise the low light shooting of the new Sony α7S interchangeable lens full-frame mirrorless camera. This video by YouTuber Miami Fever makes it easy to see why. Also the people in it are hilarious.

Sony α7 II

Sony α7 II

The newest version of Sony’s 24.3MP full-frame mirrorless camera adds 5-axis optical image stabilization for both still images and video. The α7 II also has up to 30% faster autofocus than the α7. Hits Japan & Europe 1/2015. U.S. TBD.

Brikk Lux Nikon Df Kit

Brikk Lux Nikon Df Kit

The Nikon Df  was already more form than function, but this Brikk’s 24k gold and stingray leather build heavily tips the scale. It comes with a Nikkor 14-24 F/2.8 lens and a Zero Halliburton case, both finished in 24K gold.

Kodak Pixpro SP360

Kodak Pixpro SP360

It’s been a while since we’ve seen an interesting camera from Kodak, but its digital imaging partner has a neat trick up its sleeve. The Pixpro SP360 action cam can shoot 360º panoramas through its fisheye lens. Example videos here.

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