Let’s face it, carrying a DSLR with several telephoto lenses around just isn’t practical for most people, and that’s where the new Canon PowerShot ZOOM, the company’s first telephoto monocular, comes in. Featuring one-touch 100mm, 400mm and 800mm telephoto viewing capability, complete with an instant zoom function to help users view distant subjects, whether it be bird watching or a sporting event. Not just a pocket telescope, it can also capture images and videos to a microSD card. Read more for a video and additional information.
The GoPro HERO9 Black is finally here, and it was definitely worth the wait. Boasting a new sensor capable of recording 5K video as well as capturing 20 megapixel photos, next-gen HyperSmooth 3.0 video stabilization technology + in-camera horizon leveling, a new front-facing display, a larger rear display, 30% more battery life, along with a Max Lens Mod accessory for Max HyperSmooth video stabilization and Max SuperView ultra wide-angle footage. Product page. Read more for two videos, including a hands-on review, and additional information.
AUKEY’s FHD Webcam is great for those who need one, and don’t want to pay the exorbitant prices online, as it can be picked up for $45 shipped after clipping the on-page 10% off coupon, today only, originally $59.99. Clip it directly onto your computer screen or use a tripod to stand it on a flat surface to capture 1080p FHD video at 30fps and 2-megapixel photos. It can also record two-channel sound, thanks to integrated stereo microphones, which means you can easily keep in touch with friends & family via Zoom, Facebook Messenger, Skype, Google Hangouts, or just to capture footage for use on social media. Product page. Read more for a hands-on video review and additional information.
Sony officially unveiled its latest full-frame mirrorless camera: the Sony Alpha a7S III, and it’s definitely no slouch. Boasting a refined 12.1-megapixel Exmor R BSI CMOS sensor, an updated BIONZ XR image processor, internal recording up to UHD 4K 120p with 10-bit 4:2:2 sampling, and 16-bit raw output via the full-size HDMI port. Available for pre-order today at $3,500, with shipments starting in September. Read more for two videos, including a hands-on look.
It’s official, the rumored Canon EOS R5 has been officially announced, and it’s a mirrorless camera designed for professional applications. Featuring a new 45-megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor that’s driven by the speedy DIGIC X image processor and capable of capturing uncropped 8K video recording up to 29.97 fps. Read more for two videos, including a hands-on, and additional information,
Anker’s Roav Dual Dash Cam Duo records both front and cabin footage, all for $89.99 shipped after clipping the on-page $20 coupon with coupon code: DUALDC519, today only, originally $129.99. This advanced dual-camera dash cam integrates cutting-edge dual Sony sensors, advanced NightHawk Vision technology, and a 24-hour parking mode to ensure you capture footage every angle in crisp 1080p, even at night. Product page – make sure to clip the on-page $20 coupon and enter coupon code: DUALDC519 during final checkout to receive the additional discount. Read more for a hands-on video review and additional information.
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Raspberry Pi 4 is a mini computer priced under $100, so it’s no surprise that the same company would release a high-quality, budget-priced digital camera. Featuring a 12.3 megapixel Sony IMX477 sensor, a back-illuminated sensor architecture for improved sensitivity, support for off-the-shelf C- and CS-mount lenses, and an integrated back-focus adjustment ring and tripod mount. Read more for a video and additional information.
AUKEY’s DR02 1080p Dashcam ensures that you have video proof should anything go wrong while driving, and it can be picked up for $45.43 shipped with coupon code: GDQDWPTU, today only, originally $99.99. Featuring a Sony Exmor IMX323 Sensor that captures super-sharp Full HD video and an expanded 170° field of view for full road coverage. Product page – be sure to enter coupon code: GDQDWPTU during final checkout for the additional 35% off discount.
Back in 1998, digital cameras were quite expensive to say the least, including the Kodak Digital Science DC260 Zoom, which was priced at $1,575 if the MSRP is adjusted for inflation. Featuring a 1.6-megapixel CCD image sensor, 3x optical zoom, CompactFlash storage, a 66MHz PowerPC CPU and 8MB of RAM, all running Digita OS. Read more to see just how well DOOM runs on the camera.
Canon’s IVY REC is a tiny clippable camera that goes anywhere. Available in Riptide (Blue), Avocado (Green) and Dragon Fruit (Pink) colors, this camera has a clip that doubles as a viewfinder, eliminating the potential of a cracked screen, while simple one click capture ensures that you’ll be able to capture photos / videos immediately as they happen. Plus, the IVY REC pairs with the optional Canon Mini Cam app, so you’ll always be able to keep an eye on battery life, image capacity of the MicroSD card, video recording resolution (720p / 1080p),, and image size. Product page. Read more for a video and additional information.