For all those who like to bring a good photographic gear on their expeditions, the Lowepro Whistler might be a product of choice. The brand from Colorado just launched these 2 alpine photo backpacks, available in two sizes: 350 AW and 450 AW. The 350 AW version can contain 1 professional camera, 1 action camera… Continue reading Lowepro Whistler, a weatherproof backpack for outdoor photographers
Better than a GoPro ? It might be hard to say at that moment, but we can already confirm that it will be smaller. The camera uses a 4/3 micro lens mount, compatible with lenses from several major brands (Panasonic, Sigma, Olympus and Leica). It can capture videos up to a 4096×2160 resolution. The E1 cam uses a motion… Continue reading Z-Cam E1, the world´s smallest 4k action camera
After the last wave of refresh with its Hero4 line-up, GoPro is at it again. They have added a completely new model to the list called the Hero 4 Session. And it’s tiny.
While today’s action camera segment is dominated by the likes of GoPro, what might be the future is starting to take shape. From the incredibly productive platform that is Kickstarter is coming the CENTR.
If you are the lucky owner of a GoPro Hero3 camera then you will soon be able to fit it on new accessories. GoPro have added three new items to there already comprehensive range of parts.
Already well present in the outdoor accessory market, Garmin wants its share of the profitable action camera segment with the new VIRB camera. The VIRB, similar to its direct competition from GoPro, grabs videos in full HD during extreme moments like mountain biking, base jumping and skiing. The rugged construction, IPX-7 certified, means it will… Continue reading Garmin VIRB, a new action camera to compete with GoPro
GoPro have updated their offering with a new line of tough cameras for extreme sports junkies and outdoor enthusiasts. Better, smaller and cheaper, the three new models are features packed.
The guys at GoPro have released a new iteration of their very successful HD HERO named… HD HERO2. The original was capable of great 1080p footage at 30fps while being waterproof and shockproof. Now from what they say, the HERO2 is twice as good.
Fujifilm just annouced the soon to be released FinePix XP30, successor of the XP10 in the outdoor camera range. The XP30 boast similar specs than its older brother but add a GPS to the package an become quite a fantastic outdoor tool for the enthusiast adrenaline photographer.
Geotagging, when you travel and explore remote places (and are a gadget geek), is a must have. Get accurate positions of places you’ve visited, build maps of your last trip, possibilities are endless.
This week is Photokina week and new cameras are popping up all over the place. But for us adventurer, the latest 50M pixel camera from Hasselblad is useless. The new upgrade from Ricoh on the G700 however looks rather interesting.