Cable-mounted cameras are one of the tricks of the video trade that were traditionally limited to only to professional crews. But this portable system lets anyone capture seemingly impossible shots with a GoPro or any camera under 3.3 lbs.
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.
I’m Back is an attachment that lets you take digital photos and videos on 35mm film cameras. It’s based on the Raspberry Pi Zero and uses a 16mp sensor. It has a variety of back plates for most camera brands, including Nikon, Canon, Leica, Yashica, Pentax and Olympus.
Photographer Asif Rashid shares beautiful aerial footage of his hometown of Lahore, Pakistan, showing off some of the wonderful old structures in the Punjab capital city. And after you take the tour, be sure to stick around after the end credits for a special bonus.
The newest My Passport Wireless external drive uses a solid state drive, so it’s more durable and shock-resistant than ever. It still has an SD card slot with one-touch copy and can stream photos and videos, even RAW images. It also has a USB port to connect and charge devices.
A nifty puzzle based on the neatly organized photography of artist Jim Golden, this 1000 piece set features a gallery of classic video game systems, accessories, and games, from the Atari 2600 to the Mattel IntelliVision. The perfect gift for the gamer on your list.