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With a laser and a computer, this camera breaks records at 5 trillion fps

With a laser and a computer, this camera breaks records at 5 trillion fps The secret to building cleaner, more fuel-efficient engines might just be uncovered by a camera that shoots 5 trillion images per second.But, researchers at Lund University in Sweeden have broken the speed record with a camera capable of creating videos at 5 trillion images per second.

Shoot, Swap, Repeat: Unique holster puts three lenses on a photgrapher’s hip

Shoot, Swap, Repeat: Unique holster puts three lenses on a photgrapher’s hip TriLens by Frii Designs provides access to up to three lenses on a spinning holster right on your hip — and even keeps track of your lens caps.Wedding photographer Jonas Lundin was tired of missing moments while he was switching to the right lens, so he designed his own solution.

After years of decline, camera sales are showing small signs of growth

After years of decline, camera sales are showing small signs of growth The statistics come from CIPA, the Camera Imaging Products Association, an organization that routinely tracks camera sales data.Excluding December, CIPA’s 2015 data for camera shipments overall shows declines over 2014 sales every month.

Canon’s EOS M6 packs a punch, but a lack of lenses holds it back

Canon’s EOS M6 packs a punch, but a lack of lenses holds it back Last year’s EOS M5 marked a turning point for Canon.(The nomenclature is confusing: The M6 replaces the M3 – the M5 remains the flagship EOS M model.

Get retro: 5 analog-inspired photo apps for your iPhone and iPad

Get retro: 5 analog-inspired photo apps for your iPhone and iPad But, much like physical music media, analog photography has had quite the revival, largely thanks to the growth of film-inspired photography apps available for your iPhone and iPad.As its name suggests, Filmborn was born to replicate the aesthetic of film photography on mobile devices.

It’s a big world out there. Here’s how to shoot it with your new drone

It’s a big world out there. Here’s how to shoot it with your new drone But just because your drone can capture photos and videos doesn’t mean you’ll be the next Ansel Adams or Quentin Tarantino.Understanding this, we took to the task of laying out the basics for drone enthusiasts who need to make the most of any aerial shoot.

After conquering cameras with the NX1, now Samsung may quit them forever

After conquering cameras with the NX1, now Samsung may quit them forever Now, despite rave reviews for the NX1, recent observations suggest Samsung’s first high-end camera may also be its last.The most impressive thing about the NX1 may be that Samsung bothered to make it at all.

What does this button do? A quick guide to understanding your camera’s controls

What does this button do? A quick guide to understanding your camera’s controls It’s almost always located in the same position on all interchangeable lens cameras.Its location may vary from camera to camera, but the “lightning bolt” symbol is universal, so you’ll always be able to find it.

The future of the iPhone camera: 5x zoom, AI-powered, amazing in low light

The future of the iPhone camera: 5x zoom, AI-powered, amazing in low light The history of smartphone photography is a never-ending chase after features of full-sized cameras while keeping the actual camera modules slim enough to fit a thin phone case.But how do you tackle the physical constraints of the tiny lenses that go into smartphone camera modules?

RED Announces Unicorn Phone With Holographic Display

RED Announces Unicorn Phone With Holographic Display According to the company, its upcoming product — the RED Hydrogen One — represents the “world’s first holographic media machine in your pocket.” The company continues, with PR speak so intense you can practically feel the phone lifting off, “This incredible, retina-riveting display features nanotechnology that seamlessly switches between traditional 2D content, holographic multiview content, 3D content, and interactive games….

Lovable Japanese Camera Drone Joins ISS Crew

Lovable Japanese Camera Drone Joins ISS Crew Meet Int-Ball, the newest, and most adorable, member of the International Space Station.The Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) on Friday published early photos and videos captured by the JEM International Ball Camera (or Int-Ball, as it is affectionately known).

Anon finds a video

Anon finds a video E Anonymous / ) 17: 52: 56 No.739201942What was something you saw thatyou wished you hadnt?