If you haven’t already noticed, booq has been on a roll with releasing new bags for consumers. Their latest, the Python slimpack, is perfectly designed for the professional photographer or up-and-coming shutterbug.
We’ll update this section each day with the latest CES 2014 rumors. As with all rumors, take these with a grain of salt. Heard something? Say something! Let us know about the rumors you’ve heard at jpaone at napco.com and if they check out we’ll publish your social media account or blog as a source! more »
You know that $299 Mirrorless Android Camera by Polaroid which went on sale a couple of months ago? Yes, that one we thought as a hybrid of the Nikon J1 and Samsung Galaxy Camera. Nikon has finally notice that model is a copycat of its J1. No contest, it looks a lot like Nikon’s.
It’s happened to all of us at one point or another. We’ve experienced that fleeting moment, where the opportunity for a great photo has been lost just as we draw a camera or smartphone out to capture it. And then it’s always, “drat! If only!”
Listen up, quirky photo buffs, because this one goes to you. Samsung’s eccentric Galaxy S4 Zoom cameraphone is officially landing on AT&T November 8, to be priced at $199.99 with standard two-year contracts. The Frankensteinian creature combines the top-notch photo quality of digital cameras with the portability, functionality and voice call support of Android smartphones, more »
The Polaroid iM1836 mirrorless Android camera was officially launched last week for $299. It’s an interesting product at its core by offering interchangable lenses, a touch screen and all the networking capabilities of Android 4.1 for such a low price. However, its debut hasn’t been well received by more knowledgeable photography communities online. Negative comments more »
It has been awhile since we last heard about the . It’s a mirrorless camera with interchangable lenses that also happens to run Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. Think of it as a bit of a hybrid between the Nikon 1 J1 and the Samsung Galaxy Camera. Despite having built-in Wi-Fi and a 3.5-inch touch screen, more »
Nearly a month after Sony began selling the and the , the company finally released a critical update for its PlayMemories Mobile app for iOS. PlayMemories Mobile is currently required to get any real use out of the lens style cameras, but proved to be a major hindrance. With today’s 3.30 update, Sony claims to more »
promised an update to its app in the middle of October, and today it delivered the goods. Camera360 Ultimate for Android is now on version 4.7.7. This update includes support for Sony’s QX10 and QX100 lens style cameras and even throws in some extra features that aren’t available in the PlayMemories Mobile application. Unfortunately, the more »
PlayMemories Mobile for iOS was updated yesterday with a fix for the QX10 and QX100. Unfortunately, it didn’t address the most important issue iOS users are having. General connectivity and reliability still hinder the QX cameras on iOS, but the latest update made sure to correct the issue that was applying an incorrect time stamp more »
Ever since Sony’s QX cameras were released, they have been massively hindered by the PlayMemories Mobile application. The app is more of a problem on iOS than Android, but it still makes a decent product end up as unreliable and frustrating to use. The problem with the app is that it was never updated for more »
Whether you’re ready for it (or if you even like it,) wearable tech has its cross-hairs set on it to be the next big breakthrough. Smartwatches have been rolling out by the dozens and Google Glass has been making waves all over the nation since it’s debut. Wearable tech isn’t really ‘new’ per-se, but the more »