For most people, a smartphone is just the right size for a mobile camera, but if you want something even smaller, there’s the Fujifilm INSTAX PAL. This palm-sized camera can hold up to 50 images in its memory, while a microSD card lets you add even more storage. Plus, users can record personal audio and set it as the camera’s pre-shutter sound/phrase, thus creating a personalized chime for every user to be played when snapping photos.
Insta360 partnered with Deep Sea Guardians to raise awareness of ocean conservation and shark protection. Dive instructor Logan Kanan wanted to do his part and that involved using an Insta360 X3 action camera encapsulated in an X3 Dive Case to get up-close with hammerhead sharks.
Building upon its predecessor, the Fujifilm INSTAX MINI 12 retains a similar aesthetic and carries over most of the features you love including Close-Up Mode and Auto Exposure. However, this new model adds a Parallax Correction feature, where the viewfinder aligns with the lens when using Close-Up Mode, thus minimizing object shifts to produce a centered photograph.
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: Andrea Copellino
Ever wonder what an Apple action camera would look like? If so, then look no further than Andrea Copellino’s Apple AirCam. Think of this as the iPhone Pro or iPad Pro camera module, but in its own separate module. When paired with a MacBook Pro or iMac, it can double as a webcam.