Yuneec’s Mantis Q looks like a great new affordable, user-friendly drone. It weighs only about 1 lb and can be folded when not in use. Its battery lasts up to 33 min. per charge. It can shoot 4K/30 or stabilized 1080p/60 video, and can be operated via voice commands.
This unusual lens lets you get up close and personal with nature thanks to its proboscis-like design. The 24mm F/14 macro lens has a teensy waterproof and dustproof lens tip, an LED ring light. It offers impressive depth-of-field, and is designed for both video and still images.
Airlango’s aggressively priced drone has lots of video and photo features. There are automatic video modes, but it also uses object and facial recognition to frame photos and videos. It shoots 4K/30fps and slow motion. Its camera has stabilization, but only a 1-axis gimbal.
If you have analog photos that you want to preserve, check out Pixl-latr. It’s a simple frame with a transparent back. It can hold 35mm, 120 and 4×5 negatives or transparencies. Just place the film in the frame, set a light source behind it and you’re ready to photograph the film.
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.
If you’d like to try out 360º photography and you’re not sure where to start, check out the PanoClip. It’s an affordable lens attachment for the iPhone that lets you create 360º and tiny planet photos. There are variants that fit the iPhone 7 up to the iPhone X.
Parrot’s new Anafi drone folds into an incredibly compact package and weighs just 0.7lb. But it can shoot stabilized 4K HDR video and 21MP photos. It has a gimbal that provides not only 3-axis image stabilization but also 180º tilt. It can fly for up to 25 min. per charge.
Stormchasing photographer Mike Olbinski got exactly what he was looking for back on May 1. While making his way through the plains of Kansas, he set up his camera to shoot a time lapse of the stormy weather, and managed to capture the initial formation of an EF3 tornado.
Rollei is bringing back the legendary twin lens camera as an instant camera. The Rolleiflex Instant Kamera uses Instax Mini film to print pictures on the go, while keeping most of the original’s advantages: 1:1 viewfinder, accurate focusing, depth-of-field effects and more.
It’s not actually pocket-sized, but Blackmagic Design’s new camera more than makes up for it with its features. It has a micro four thirds sensor, a hefty 5″ touchscreen, a USB-C port and a full-size HDMI port. It can shoot 4K at up to 60fps and 1080p at up to 120fps.