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  • Canon borrows a few tricks from its DSLR line for its latest mirrorless

    Canon borrows a few tricks from its DSLR line for its latest mirrorless

    Canon’s already got a handful of mirrorless cameras under its belt, but the company hasn’t quite committed itself to the format in the same way we’ve seen from likes of Sony, Olympus and Fujifilm. The company’s latest, unveiled early in the lead up the big Photokina event in Cologne next week, looks to mark a much whole-hearted shift toward the space. And in a sense… Read More

  • PABLO is an app to make long-exposure videos on your iPhone

    PABLO is an app to make long-exposure videos on your iPhone

    Light painting photos and videos are really cool, but complicated to make. That’s the idea behind PABLO (no, not that Pablo), a new app launching today for iOS. Typically light painting (or long-exposure) photos require an expensive DSLR and adjustments to ISO, aperture, shutter speed and other settings most of us pretend to understand but in actuality have no idea how they really… Read More

  • Nanit knows more about how your baby sleeps than you do

    What if a simple camera capturing data for machine learning could tell you the threat level of an individual approaching a fence? What if the same combination of camera and computer could classify the behavior of shoppers in a grocery store isle and judge things like intent to purchase, presence of decision paralysis, and ease of identifying desired products? Fueled by advances in image… Read More

  • Facebook unveils “Surround 360” open source VR camera

    Facebook unveils “Surround 360” open source VR camera

    How can Facebook get more 360-degree video in the News Feed and VR content on Oculus? By inventing its own virtual reality camera from scratch and open sourcing it so people can build their own and start shooting. Today at F8, Facebook revealed the “Surround 360”, a 17-lens 3D VR camera that looks like a UFO on a stick and requires almost zero laborious post-production work… Read More

  • Petcube Scoops Up $2.6 Million So You Can Entertain Your Pet From Anywhere

    Petcube, which is part of Y Combinator’s Winter 2016 class, is a young startup that wants to bring together pet care and the connected home to improve the lives of our pets. To do this, the company has raised $2.6 million for their first product, the Petcube Camera. Read More

  • The Nolab Digital Super 8 Cartridge Could Digitize Your Old Movie Cameras

    The Nolab Digital Super 8 Cartridge Could Digitize Your Old Movie Cameras

    Photographer Hayes Urban wants to breathe new life into your old Super 8 camera. As you’ll recall, Super 8 was a format used in prehistoric times to shoot home movies. The cartridges contained actual film and to play back the movies you used something called a movie projector. It should be noted that there was nary a digital step in the entire process. Humans, to their chagrin… Read More

  • Upthere’s Beta Users Have Uploaded More Than 3.5M Files

    Upthere’s Beta Users Have Uploaded More Than 3.5M Files

    Upthere launched their first apps into beta last week, and so far the beta period is off to a good start, the company tells me. No word on how many users have slipped through during the beta, but I’m told that invites are being slowly doled out. Over 3.5 million files have been uploaded to Upthere, which aims to be your personal computer in the cloud. Once your files are there… Read More

  • This Little Dock Reinvents GoPro Mounts

    This Little Dock Reinvents GoPro Mounts

    The beauty of GoPro cameras come from their versatility. They can be mounted nearly anywhere in countless positions. But that often takes time. This little device solves that problem. Meet Slopes. The concept is simple: Drop a GoPro camera in the mount and position it as needed. There are 20 different ways to point the camera. Best of all, there’s no fuss or mess. Traditionally… Read More