The Leica Q Camera ($4250) is Leica’s latest foray into no compromise compact cameras. The Leica Q features a full-frame 24.2 megapixel CMOS sensor, which leverages their Maestro II image processor. It provides high-resolution, low-noise shots up to an ISO of 50,000 at a rate of 10 fps. The Maestro II processor also provides full HD 1080p video captured at 60 or 30fps. While the 3.68-megapixel LCOS electronic viewfinder provides a live though-the-lens image, which handles just like a rangefinder. The Leica Q is available for pre-order now.
Ever get mad because you missed a shot that was just off frame? Or shot a panorama with your phone that ended up distorted? The Bublcam 360-Degree Camera ($430) allows you to capture clean 360-degree 14 megapixel photos and shoot beautiful HD 1080P video at 15fps and 720p at 30fps. Bubl’s tetrahedral design makes sure ...[Read More]
If you’re looking to take your underwater videos to the next level, then the Seawolf GoPro Submarine ($999) is a must have. The Seawolf can carry your HD sports camera system into an underwater environment down to a depth of 10 meters, it take photos, videos, and live stream video for FPV piloting. There are ...[Read More]
Looking for the ultimate professional camera? Then the Nikon D4S ($6500) might just fit the bill. The ultra-powerful DSLR features a 16.2-megapixel full-frame image sensor thats been paired with Nikon’s Expeed 4 image processor. All this means is that this camera is much better at shooting in low light conditions than its predecessors, even if ...[Read More]
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