Film or digital? Campfire or BBQ? Car or bike? Cable or wireless? No matter which way you swing, this weekâ€™s gadgets have you covered. iPhoneographers can enjoy the Shoulderpod hand grip or slip the new iPad Olloclip onto their Mini… Read more ›
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Amazon has been rumored for years to be making its own smartphone, but now, according to reputable analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, it’s actually going to happen. But the weirdest thing isn’t that Amazon’s planning on releasing a smartphone… it’s that they… Read more ›
Cult of Mac reader Christian Kos wrote to ask a couple of questions about shooting photos on a camera and importing them to the iPad using the camera connection kit. Specifically, he wanted to know If there was any… Read more ›
Speaking of remote-control and movies, Filmic Remote is a new companion app for the fantastic-but-fugly iOS movie-shooting app, Filmic. As you will have guessed from the name, Filmic Remote lets you use one iOS device to remote control the Filmic… Read more ›
Apple’s iPhone 5s became the world’s first smartphone with a 64-bit processor when it launched this September, but as you might expect, it’ll have plenty of competitors next year. Unsurprisingly, some of those will come from Samsung, which is already…
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I love my Fujifilm X100S, but I’m sure glad I didn’t ditch my Micro Four Thirds Panasonic when I bought it. Why? Because Micro Four Thirds is fast shaping up to be the iOS App Store of camera standards: if…
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The end of the crop-frame camera is nigh, for anything except special markets at least. Sonyâ€™s new A7 and A7r are camera with full-frame sensors. Thatâ€™s right: full-frame SLRs, only without the â€œRâ€. (But with an extra, different â€œRâ€ in…
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Back in the iOS 7 beta, we noticed a feature that would focus your iPhone camera when you held down the volume button in landscape mode. When I went to do the same thing yesterday while taking pictures of my Macbook Air’s trackpad (don’t ask), and instead of a nicely auto-focused picture, I got a […]
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Apple has purchased AlgoTrim, a Swedish firm specializing in image and video compression techniques, for an unspecified price. It could pave the way to better iOS device battery life, and much improved photo and video quality across Apple line-up of devices. What does AlgoTrim do? They essentially build codecs that maximize data, mobile imaging, and […]
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Having been teased and tempted by so many similar gadgets in the past, I canâ€™t quite believe that the DigiPod could ever be real. But the folks at Indiegogo at least seem to have some faith in the new pitch on their site. The DigiPod is a little insert which slips into your film SLR […]
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