GoPro has had a rough time. But that doesn’t mean they’ve forgotten how to make the thing they’re practically synonymous with: Action cameras. And their latest device looks pretty bonkers. It’s called the HERO7 Black and this tiny action camera features something called HyperSmooth.
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Everyone remembers the DJI Mavic Pro. At the time of its launch, there simply wasn’t a drone like it in the market. I mean, yeah there was technically the GoPro Karma, but I’d argue that even that drone is nowhere near as polished as the Mavic Pro.
Not only did the Mavic fold smaller, it also flew better and had all of DJI’s excellent intelligent flight systems and computer vision — it was much better as a standalone product. Meanwhile, the Karma was designed to fit into GoPro’s ecosystem — and I have to say they did a good job there — leveraging the company’s existing action cameras while also adding a touch of modularity with the Karma Grip. At least they were doing a good job, until Karmas started falling out of the sky.
So, I’d argue that the Mavic Pro was definitely in a class of its own. And when you’ve got such a game-changing device, the question becomes: How do you follow it up? Well, DJI thinks the way forward to is to have two versions of the Mavic 2.
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Smartphone photography has come a long way since the early 2000s. With the Huawei P20 Pro, you can get the best photography experience on a smartphone thanks to its LEICA co-engineered triple-camera setup.
While the P20 Pro is Huawei’s top of the line product, the more affordable Huawei P20 is also an excellent photography tool which scored over 100 points on DxOMark Mobile. To find out if the dual-camera P20 is up to mark, we’ve pitted this sub RM2,500 smartphone with an entry-level DSLR for a photo shootout.
When I hear the words “DJI” and “drone”, I often picture a fairly competent flying contraption that can be used to record epic aerial cinematography — because that’s the kind of reputation DJI has built for themselves. Even their tiny entry-level drone, the DJI Spark, has a 2-axis mechanical gimbal and a myriad of intelligent flight features.
The latest DJI-powered drone I got to try out, however, is a little different. It is called the Tello and as far as I can tell right now, it’s a lot more toy than it is film-making tool.
Finally, a Fujifilm X-series camera with a screen that flips out to the side. I feel like my prayers have finally been answered with Fuji’s launch of the X-T100. But, with it designed to fit between the basic X-A5 and the more premium X-T20, there have been a number of trade-offs that had to be made to keep the price low.
When you think action cameras, you think GoPro. It’s like Jacuzzi or Tupperware or Maggi. It’s a brand that has become so synonymous with what they make that they’ve become it. But, despite its global brand recognition, the action camera maker is in dire straits. Things are so bad, in fact, that they could be looking at a sale to Xiaomi.
You probably heard of WD Purple hard drives that are designed for 24/7, always on security systems. Now they have just announced the WD Purple microSD card for devices with continuous real-time duty.
We’ve seen some epic lens mounts and adapters for smartphones before. Just recently Moment released their anamorphic lens on Kickstarter, but what we’re seeing here has to be one of the most ridiculous.
Ridiculously awesome, I mean.
For video enthusiasts, Canon is pretty much the camera industry’s biggest tease. Their cameras have great colour science, great auto-focus, great image quality, good battery life, and proper fully articulating LCD displays, but if you wanted 4K video recording, you were limited to either their gigantic Cinema EOS series or the something like the 1D X.
Well, not anymore. Canon has finally brought 4K video recording to something more accessible for your average joe. Meet the Canon EOS M50. But, of course, it’s Canon, which means there’s a catch.