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The Nokia brand is back, under the watchful eye of Finnish firm HMD Global, and the "new" Nokia just got its first flagship phone: the Android-powered Nokia 8. Fitted with high-end components, a premium camera and a 5.3-inch OLED display, it could have enough to take on the market's biggest players...Continue Reading Nokia 8 flagship debuts with top-end specs and a dual-lens cameraCategory: M
In today's Shutter Release roundup, we will take a look at three very different stories from around the web. First up is an electronics repairman in the Philippines who performs miracles on cameras that were thought to be dead. Next is a behind-the-scenes look at a photography challenge wherein a photographer captures 30 street portraits in under two hours. We finish with a video about eight
share your world from a unique first-person perspective with the hands-free ‘frontrow’ wearable camera, which supports short time-lapses and live-streaming.The post frontrow is a wearable technology camera that captures live-streaming appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Although smartphones are equipped with all the hardware for first-person perspective filming, a few companies have been working to perfect a wearable camera that blends effortlessly into the wearer's life. Snapchat has Spectacles, and now Ubiquiti Labs has the FrontRow. With two cameras and the ability to livestream through Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, it's designed to make chronicling the
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When traveling, carrying minimal gear is often necessary. But what if you want to capture a lot of video while traveling, you'll need gear for capturing stable footage, right? Maybe not, says TheBuffNerds. In a video from earlier this year, TheBuffNerds offer three top travel filmmaking tips, including how to capture steady footage without needing to bring bulky and expensive equipment. If yo
We hope you had a good weekend and that the weather was favorable for great photography! Let's start this Monday off right with a great mix of content from around the web. Shutter Release is a regular roundup feature wherein we share and summarize interesting articles and videos we see around the internet. At Imaging Resource, we work hard to bring you a lot of original content and Shutter Re
It looks like the US Army is discontinuing the use of all DJI camera drones and products in its activities due to concerns about “cyber vulnerabilities.” That’s according to a memo obtained by sUAS News.“Due to increased awareness of cyber vulnerabilities associated with DJI products, it is directed that the US Army halt use of all DJI products,” the memo by Lieutena
Marketing departments work to develop products that people will want. They aren't always trying to make the best product for you, though.Camera companies are not your friend but they’re also not trying to trample on your dreams. It seems like an obvious statement, but a misunderstanding of how markets and marketing work sometimes leads to exactly this sort of misconception. A look at the role mar
When major pricing mistakes are made by online retailers, purchasers usually receive order cancellation notices and apology emails shortly afterward, informing them that the absurdly low price was due to a glitch. But it seems like Amazon is choosing to honor a $500 pricing mistake.When Sony unveiled its new 16-35mm f/2.8 GM high-end lens in May 2017, the company announced a price tag of $2,198. is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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