News and Articles About Cameras
Become the Scorsese of Facebook Live with this hi-def camera.
Actually building the rig, though, will cost you upwards of $25,000.
Time is limited, and attention spans are short. Make a smart move, and use video to capture your audience and tell your story.
The rig boasts 17 synchronized cameras: 14 along its edge, plus one fish-eye camera at the top and two on the bottom.
From drones to virtual-reality headsets, here is what will be popular this year.
Kodak's Super 8 Camera would make dad proud.
Customers who bought phones between September 2014 and January 2015 can get their back-of-phone cameras fixed for free.
Pho-dog-raphy is nothing to bark at, humans. It packs all the feels.
Game on, GoPro. The California startup built for adventure seems a perfect fit for two of tech's fastest-growing trends.
Scientists at Columbia University created a prototype of a self-charging camera. Take that, Selfie Stick.
From Disneyland to the Kentucky Derby, more and more venues are requiring that guests leave their selfie-taking devices at home.
Two years ago, the Polaroid Socialmatic was just concept art. Now, it's the real deal.
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Samsung has announced a 3-D, 360-camera that lets people record and create their own virtual reality worlds.
Otto shoots in a way that's completely tailored for social media.