The words "cute" and "spybot" are not synonymous, but if you're talking about Rotundus' GroundBot, a mud, sand, snow and water treading, R/C-controlled, 3D-photo-shooting machine, then you're using the the right textual units.
The iPhone 4S is officially out today in stores and naturally, everybody who's picked one up is putting it through tests. Here's a video showing just how much better the iPhone 4S's video recording is than the already great iPhone 4's HD video recording.
The 5K Red Epic is a camera of epic proportions. As its name implies, it shoots video at a 5K resolution and it's not a honking monstrous camera, either. It's actually quite small. What could make the Epic Red even more delightful? Strapping it to a flying drone and taking it to the skies to capture footage.
Do you ever wonder what's going on at home when you're not there? This simple looking camera called the iZON let's you check it out, and will even record what it sees to YouTube.
Taking great pictures requires that you keep your camera really steady. But does it make sense to use your big dollar Leica lens as an extra handle?
If you're stuck out in the wilderness, short of a satellite phone, the best thing you can have is a well-equipped multi-tool. But when the rescuers finally discover your lifeless body, wouldn't you want to leave some sharp photographic evidence of how hard you worked to survive?
Meet Tanya Marie Vlach. In 2005, she lost her left eyeball in a near death car accident. She's collecting funds to build a new HD-equipped prosthetic eyeball capable of augmented reality that'll let her "see" again. Basically, she's not afraid to embrace her inner 'borg fantasy.
In a sea of similar cameras, differentiating yours from the rest of the pack is a tough position to be in. These Nikon concept cameras from the Hello Demain exhibition in Paris show us a glimpse of what tomorrow's cameras will look like.
Up until now, if you wanted to create an HDR video, you'd be looking at hours spent compositing footage together. This incredible AMP video camera saves you all that trouble — it shoots HDR videos in real-time.
When a company runs out of fresh ideas, there's usually two options: 1) put out a new color or 2) miniaturize the hell out of it. The Pentax Q is the latter — the world's smallest interchangeable lens camera that only weighs 7.1 ounces, but packs a wallop in features.