Always wanted a digital camera with true night vision? Meet the Duovox Mate Pro. It features a custom Sony STARVIS 2 1/1.8″ back-illuminated CMOS image sensor, just like on their own $3,500 a7S III, capable of capturing high-quality video with reduced noise as well as improved clarity.
Photo credit: Cha Hee Lim
Could Apple release a dedicated digital camera in the future? Probably not, but designer Cha Hee Lim gives us a firsthand look at what such a device could look like, and it’s called the Apple iCamera. For those who don’t know, the Apple QuickTake digital camera was first launched in 1994 and sold for three years before being discontinued in 1997. A total of three models were offered, including the 100 / 150, which were actually built by Kodak, and then the 200, manufactured by Fujifilm.
Polaroid Now takes instant cameras to the next level, starting with its bright colorways and developed autofocus lens system that automatically switches between distance and portrait formats for a more precise shot each time. Measuring 3.7 x 4.4 x 5.98-in, the casing is made from durable polycarbonate and ABS materials.
Ricoh has spun off Vecnos, a new startup venture focusing on visual revolution company, and today, the company unveiled an ultra compact 360° camera that aims to reinvent the selfie for social media users. This new company, led by CEO Shu Ubukata, was founded by the core team that designed and launched the pioneering Ricoh Theta 360 camera way back in 2013.
Fujifilm has unveiled the INSTAX Mini 11 instant camera, and it’s definitely no slouch when compared to its predecessors. Available in five different colors, the Mini 11 has a new “Automatic Exposure” function that automatically senses the level of ambient light when the shutter button is pressed, and optimizes the shutter speed as wellas flash output according to the condition. This means you’ll always capture properly exposed photos regardless of conditions, producing high-quality instant shots on the spot.