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Sony is upgrading their action cameras with the addition of the FDR-AS300 & FDR-X3000. The main difference between these two new models is that the AS300 stops at Full HD while the X3000 shoots up to 4K. The best part about these two cameras is that they both will have Sony’s new image stabilization feature dubbed Balanced Optical SteadyShot. It works by stabilizing the camera lens and also the sensor together eliminating camera shake. Both cameras are also splash-proof and freeze-proof and also come with the waterproof housing...

Looks like Garmin just leap frogged GoPro with their latest action cam, the Garmin VIRB Ultra 30 Action Camera ($499). Not only is it good looking, it is chalked full of features. I am sure GoPro will respond with an upgraded camera any day now. In the meantime let’s jump right into the specs of the Garmin VIRB Ultra 30; Ultra HD video – 4k at...

Do you have stage fright when it comes to using the bathroom? Do you wait until the house if empty before doing your doo? Will you find the most remote toilet in your office building for that extra quiet, uninterrupted, poop? If so, you might need the Toilet Sound Blocker ATO-3201 ($16). Let this toilet noise maker reduce your bathroom anxiety by making natural water sounds. No more wasteful repetitive toilet...

Yes, the title has a question mark at the end. As in, these specs are alleged and are most likely true… but no guarantees. This GoPro Hero5 spec leak is from Nokishita Camera (who has since taken down their post). Without further delay, here are some of the alleged Hero 5 specs; Camera weight of 118g with batter, 90g without battery Size – 62 mm x 44.6 mm x 33.7 mm USB Type-C port and HDMI MicroSD support up to 64GB Touchscreen...

By now, you may have noticed all of the cool 360-degree videos popping up on YouTube. They allow you to use your mouse/cursor or your smartphone to look wherever you want. No more fixed focal point videos. Give it try. Here is listing of some YouTube 360 videos. Pretty cool, right? So how do you create your own 360-degree videos with your iPhone? Well you buy an

The latest Olympus “tough” camera has just hit the market. The Olympus Tough TG-Tracker Camera ($350) is not your average action camera, it comes packed full of sensors. Some sensors on the Olympus Tough TG-Tracker Camera include a barometric pressure sensor, an electronic compass, a GPS,...

Let me start off with the unfortunate spoiler. This product is currently just a concept. A beautiful concept but a concept nonetheless. Video of the amazing transforming this egg does to become a quadcopter after the break.   ...

DJI is at it again and has just released their latest quadcopter the Phantom 4. The body looks similar but it is a total redesign. The big difference between the Phantom 3 and the Phantom 4 are the following – Longer flight time of 28 minutes (vs 23-25) Over 3 mile range Faster flight speeds Obstacle sensing system (2-49 feet) Improved camera New remote with 2 customizable buttons TapFly – Tap where you want the Phantom 4 to go and it will fly there with elevation awareness and  avoid obstacles. ActiveTrack -You click on...

Caterpillar is at it again with another rugged phone. Remember the B100? Well their latest phone, the Cat S60, is more than just tough. The Cat S60 is the first smartphone with an integrated FLIR thermal camera. This makes finding water leaks, insulation issues, and potential electrical problems much easier. The casing is Mil Spec 810G and is waterproof up to 5-meters and can take a drop from 1.8-meters. The touchscreen is 7-inches and can handle wet fingers and...

If you are serious about your photos but don’t want to carry around a fancy point-and-shoot or a DSLR you may want to take a look at the DxO One. The DxO One connects to the Lightning port on your iPhone and uses the phones screen for a pretty nice, and large, viewfinder display. For the casual photographer amongst us the iPhone camera is probably “good enough”. But, for the more serious...