Insta360 promised a camera smaller than your thumb, but with unique capabilities. Have they delivered?
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From today, you can pick up the latest and greatest all-in-one 360 camera on the market.
You might not be considering dropping the cash for this thing, but the target customer might.
It was about five years ago that I first tried this out, and it’s crazy to me how camera manufacturers will omit such a great feature.
Panasonic isn’t holding any punches with this new camera. Just how much have they crammed in?
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I ran some tests over the weekend with different versions of Premiere Pro, and realized that the latest version is able to scrub through footage far faster. It’s definitely worth the upgrade.
Wireless audio monitoring is meant to be a cardinal sin, but isn’t youth about breaking the rules?
Insta360 recently announced that they’ve raised a further $30 million in funding, and that they’ve been profitable since 2017. That’s more than can be said for GoPro.
Corridor Digital set out to rig up their perfect camera, getting unlimited supplies from B&H.
You’re probably well aware that you can fry a camera sensor by exposing it to a laser, or even the sun in some cases. Now we know, we can add tattoo removals to the list.
With most website traffic overwhelmingly coming from smartphones, a client is going to ask for portrait content sooner or later. How can you avoid the major pitfalls?
For those of us that like shooting on a mirrorless camera, we’ve probably become accustomed to the lightweight and easy to manage cameras. So are the S1 and S1R a step too far on the scales?
In what may become the next big thing in real estate and architectural photography, being able to zoom around a house has just gotten a little easier to do.