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Panasonic announce a new Android based Smart Camera

Panasonic announce a new Android based Smart Camera

2:06 pm on January 20, 2016 in Camera
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Panasonic has announced the successor to their Lumix CM1 Android smartphone/ camera combo, the Lumix CM10. Right off the bat Panasonic have made one major change to the new model in that it no longer supports phone capabilities, thus making the CM10 a standalone Android Smart Camera, Android OS has come full circle! In our review of the original CM1[Read More…]

Samsung is working on a 360º camera, too, likely called the Gear 360

Samsung is working on a 360º camera, too, likely called the Gear 360

8:28 am on January 9, 2016 in Camera, Rumours

Samsung has filed a trademark application for “Gear 360” in its home of South Korea, suggesting the launch of a 360º virtual reality camera might not be far away. The application filed refers to photography and cameras as the primary product categories, and the 360 reference may well refer to a round design supporting new virtual reality applications. Of course,[Read More…]

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Sony’s updated camera application is rolling out now for the Xperia Z5 series

Sony’s updated camera application is rolling out now for the Xperia Z5 series

12:39 pm on November 17, 2015 in Camera, Phones
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When Sony launched the Z5 series at IFA, we saw an updated camera user interface that offered a few enhancements and easier access to some camera features. It didn’t actually make it into the shipping product though, until today when the update has been delivered by Sony’s own update manager. Sony says they’ve focused on practicality with this update. The[Read More…]

Panasonic Lumix CM1 — Review

Panasonic Lumix CM1 — Review

9:00 am on October 30, 2015 in Camera, Reviews

The camera that’s also a phone The Panasonic Lumix CM1 is somewhat different to your average smartphone camera. In fact it’s probably better to describe it as a camera that’s also a smartphone. And that’s just what Panasonic seem to be aiming for too. Their Australian online listing calls it a Camera Phone. And with a full 1 inch sensor[Read More…]

Shoot-out between Nexus 6P and iPhone 6 shows how good Android cameras have become

Shoot-out between Nexus 6P and iPhone 6 shows how good Android cameras have become

8:58 am on October 13, 2015 in Camera, News, Phones
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2015 has been the year where Android phones have finally caught up to the iPhone in terms of camera quality, but they haven’t stopped there. In the Samsung Galaxy S6 and LG G4, I would argue, there are cameras better than what’s in the humble iPhone, and that trend is only continuing now. Google has made some big claims about the[Read More…]

Sony Xperia Z5 vs Samsung Galaxy S6 — Camera Shootout

Sony Xperia Z5 vs Samsung Galaxy S6 — Camera Shootout

8:43 pm on October 9, 2015 in Camera, Phones, Reviews
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The Xperia Z5 isn’t yet released in the Australian market, and Sony is making some bold claims about the quality of its camera, and not without good cause; the camera can produce some amazing results, but is it really the market leader? Last night in Sydney at the local launch, we saw some video footage shot on the Xperia Z5[Read More…]

Ricoh Theta S – Australian hands on

Ricoh Theta S – Australian hands on

7:34 pm on September 4, 2015 in Camera
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We wrote about the launch of Richoh’s new 360° Theta S camera last night, it’s the newest camera in their line up with a few speed improvements and a new design. We went back today as IFA opened up to get a look at the device in person and see how it goes. To start with the Theta S has[Read More…]

Ricoh announces Theta S 360° camera, pictures are compatible with new Google Street View app

Ricoh announces Theta S 360° camera, pictures are compatible with new Google Street View app

2:45 am on September 4, 2015 in Camera
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At IFA today, Ricoh has announced their latest 360° camera, the Theta S. The camera offers a single click 360° capture which can be uploaded to Google Street View to share your picture with the rest of the world. The camera captures a 14MP 360° image through an f/2.0 aperture and offers ISO options ranging from 100 to 1600, and[Read More…]

Myer offering the Polaroid Socialmatic camera for $499

Myer offering the Polaroid Socialmatic camera for $499

4:10 pm on August 19, 2015 in Camera, News

Its been a while since we reported or even saw the Polaroid Socialmatic camera, but it appears the camera has just launched in Australia with Myer listing the all-in-one digital Polaroid in their Fathers Day catalogue for $499. The camera, which was originally announced at CES 2014, that’s right a year and a half ago, went on sale in January[Read More…]

MKBHD shows off a camera sample from the OnePlus 2

MKBHD shows off a camera sample from the OnePlus 2

7:12 am on July 15, 2015 in Camera, Phones
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YouTube tech star Marques Brownlee, better known as MKBHD has often gotten his hands on some of the hottest tech on the planet prior to launch. He’s had a pretty good relation ship with OnePlus so far and after posting a picture of what’s assumed to be the OnePlus 2 in a box on his twitter feed, he’s now shared[Read More…]

Panasonic launches their hybrid smartphone camera the Lumix DMC-CM1in Australia

Panasonic launches their hybrid smartphone camera the Lumix DMC-CM1in Australia

10:35 am on July 7, 2015 in Camera, News, Phones
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After launching in the US earlier this month, Panasonic Australia has announced that their hybrid smartphone/camera, the Lumix DMC-CM1 will be available here in Australia from mid-July. Priced at $1,399.00, the Lumix DMC-CM1 is no lightweight when it comes to price, but it’s also no lightweight when it comes to specs either. The device features a high-end 20MP High Sensitivity[Read More…]

GoPro releases a brand new, tiny camera – GoPro HERO4 Session

GoPro releases a brand new, tiny camera – GoPro HERO4 Session

9:13 am on July 7, 2015 in Accessories, Camera, News
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GoPro, makers of fine small action cameras, have upped the ante with their latest release: the GoPro HERO4 Session. The name doesn’t give much away, but the Session (as we’ll refer to it) is one impressive little camera, and we do mean little. Shaped like a cube, the Session is 50% smaller and 40% lighter than their current range of[Read More…]

DJI Phantom 3 — This is one hell of a lot of fun

DJI Phantom 3 — This is one hell of a lot of fun

12:11 pm on June 27, 2015 in Accessories, Camera, News, Other News
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Not content with just reviewing a GoPro, we wanted to go the next step further, and review something that’s absolutely insanely fun. Action cameras are great and all, but you have to attach them to something — a car, a motorbike, your head, your dog .. generally something that can’t really get too far away from you. Sure, you could give[Read More…]

HTC One M8 vs M8S vs M9 — Camera Showdown

HTC One M8 vs M8S vs M9 — Camera Showdown

2:02 pm on June 19, 2015 in Camera, News, Reviews
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Given the fairly minimal differences between HTC’s One M9 and One M8S, we thought the best way to illustrate one of the two major differences, the camera performance, was with an old fashioned shootout. To that end, we’ve taken three handsets out and about around Sydney today, to demonstrate some different performance from each of HTC’s One M8, M8S, and M9[Read More…]

LensAloft has a number of beautiful web panoramas which you can enjoy

LensAloft has a number of beautiful web panoramas which you can enjoy

7:20 am on June 6, 2015 in Camera, News, Other News

I am one of those people who have never really found our nation’s capital, Canberra, to be particularly beautiful, pretty, or even fun to visit. Perhaps this is a side-effect from having spent too much time working there, and not enough actually enjoying what was around me. Who knows. When we stumbled across this beautiful web-based flyover of Canberra (a[Read More…]