Video immersion and virtual reality (VR) technology has hit the consumer market with the likes of Samsung’s Gear VR, Oculus’s Rift and the most affordable entry-level one being the Google Cardboard. Users would prefer to be in the places they’re watching on their screens and this coincides with Google’s foray into Street View and 360 degree videos on YouTube. But now, they’ve added full support for Cardboard on all videos listed on their streaming site – even if they weren’t filmed using a 360-degree camera.
Anticipation is running high for the latest iteration of the Xperia line-up; mainly due to the 4K screen on the Xperia Z5 Premium Dual, and the same 23-megapixel sensor found on all three that gave the number 1 smartphone camera spot to Sony (judged by DxOMark). But will this trio be enough to revitalise the ailing Japanese mobile division of this multinational conglomerate?
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UPDATE: We’ve tabulated the votes for the shootout. Jump straight to Page 4 to find out which is the best as voted by you
New devices, call for new camera shootout tests and our latest camera blind test will pit the newest iPhone 6s Plus against the iPhone 6, Samsung Galaxy Note5 and LG G4. The last smartphone that took home the best camera as voted by you guys was the LG G4, but will it come to an end today?
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Once announced, the LG G4 ticked a lot of boxes but left some totally blank. The positive ones that come to mind would be its camera capabilities, good performance (for an 808 SoC), and satisfactory QHD screen. Consequently, according to this rumour, LG wants to build on what it has going for itself but don’t expect it to be out so soon; probably sometime in Q1 next year.
The folks at Cupertino have concluded that a particular batch of iPhone 6 Plus devices include a faulty iSight camera that causes blurry photos. If you’ve purchased the said device and its serial number falls within the range that was affected, Apple will replace your iSight camera on the iPhone 6 Plus for free.
Used for surveillance, photography, and even deliveries, consumer drones involvement in our lives has boomed over the last 5 years – even helping to document societal unrest in unruly areas: the very basis that influenced Sergei Lupashin, founder of Fotokite to create the Fotokite Phi.
Sony will be launching a new smart phone on 3rd August and it looks like it is another photography centric device. This is likely to be its new Xperia C5 Ultra, which was formerly known with the codename Lavender.
Being a Xperia C series, the smart phone is bound to show off its PROselfie features but this time, the main focus is on the main camera itself. As shown in its official teaser above, it offers to the capability of high speed captures.
With a tiny body and single button shooting, this is probably the smallest and simplest GoPro the company has ever produced to date.
Coming in at $399 (about RM 1521) this tiny cube-shaped shooter measures just 1.5 inches long, is waterproof up to 10 meters and is capable of shooting 1440p video at 30fps.
Piloting a drone can be tough for first time users. What if you had a GoPro enabled drone that could pilot itself? This is the Lily, the only drone with a built-in camera that you can throw up into the air and have it follow you to capture life’s greatest adventure.
Last week, we posted a series of pictures taken using the Galaxy S6 edge, the iPhone 6, Galaxy Note Edge, Galaxy S5 and the Xperia Z3. Then we asked you to choose which of the phones took the best pictures, to make it fair (and interesting), we didn’t tell you which picture was taken using which device.
You’ve diligently ranked the pictures and we’ve tabulated the results, and here they are.
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