Tagged By camera


CES 2015 Video: Olloclip camera lens for iPhone 6

By Josh Marshall,

While smartphone cameras have been improving rapidly in recent years, even top-of-the-line devices can fall short of the visual effects we really need. One area that can disappoint is that of field of view – the area that the lens… Read article


Sony’s a5100 camera: the height of lightweight photography?

By Josh Marshall,

Japanese tech company Sony’s next shot into the smart-camera fray is on the horizon with the upcoming release of their a5100 camera. It promises to be an extremely lightweight, pocket-sized solution to photography needs, boasting a huge 24.3 megapixels and the… Read article


Olympus PEN E-PL6 comes with World’s slimmest zoom lens

By Paul Lester,

Rather than sit on their laurels and rely on appealing to the more serious photographer, digital cameras have reacted to the threat of smartphones by upping their game to include a range of modern technology standards and incorporating tricks of… Read article


Milled thrills – the Leica T 16.5 megapixel camera

By Neil Cumins,

Milled from a single block of aluminium, and designed in collaboration with Audi, the all-new Leica T is a fairly remarkable piece of kit. This is a radical departure for the German photography brand, introducing an entirely new operating system… Read article


GoPro Hero 3+: First impressions and sample footage

By Andrew Rafter,

Californian action camera company GoPro has been synonymous with capturing the thrills and spills of extreme sports over the years – and this week the company released an improved version of its popular GoPro Hero 3+. What made GoPro cameras… Read article


Review Round-Up: Ricoh’s THETA spherical camera

By Neil Cumins,

It may look like a Wii controller, but this sleek and stylish handheld device is actually a significant consumer first. Unveiled late last month by Ricoh at Berlin’s IFA electronics fair, it is the first mass-produced fully spherical camera, simultaneously… Read article


Canon’s LEGRIA Mini – Crying Out to Be Played With

By Gabrielle Pickard,

Remember when camcorders first hit the mainstream consumer market in the 80s? They were huge, in both senses of the word. These bulky and heavy shoulder-born items suddenly unleashed a whole new load of fun as VHS’s became an almost… Read article


Panasonic LUMIX GX7 – Not Big, Very Clever

By Ian Barker,

In these days when pretty much any mobile phone is capable of taking half decent snapshots, carrying a separate camera with you when you go out suggests serious photographic intent. If you hanker after the days when a camera was… Read article