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FrontBack Camera ideal for taking photos from both sides

There are thousands of camera and photography apps available for Android devices but I don't know any that works for both the back camera and front camera. The FrontBack camera works like a twin camera app, taking pictures of two views and placing them in one photo. This is perfect for those who like to take selfies and photos of friends and family all the time.

Podo is the first “stick it anywhere” camera

If you're tired of trying to figure out how to fit everyone in a "group selfie" shot or you're still too embarrassed to bring out that "selfie stick" (it's a monopod, really) when you need to take self-portraits, then this new Kickstarter project may just be what you need. You've already had point and shoot cameras, but the Podo may probably be the first stick and shoot one in the market right now, and it can help solve your selfie problems (and maybe add to other people's problems though).

Lenovo VIBE Shot hands-on: smartphone in camera clothing [UPDATE]

If you approach the Lenovo VIBE Shot from the back, you can be forgiven for thinking it's a very slim digital camera instead, with a rear that seems to be designed in landscape orientation. And that's not accidental either. This Lenovo Android device may not boast the Dolby Atmos technology that its MWC 2015 siblings have, but it pretty much makes up for it in one other aspect. As you might have guessed already, the VIBE Shot sells itself as a digital photographer's weapon, flaunting some specs to make camera lover consider the device.

Toshiba builds, demos first working Project ARA camera module

Toshiba can be very happy with its Project ARA work so far. The Japan-based company has contributed a lot to the framework and structure that will hold the modules of the Project ARA smartphone together – which if didn’t know is a modular smartphone project now spearheaded by Google. Toshiba has just recently showed off its camera modules for the project – one of, if not the first, camera module tested as working on the Project ARA framework.

Olympus Air wireless clip-on camera for smartphone has interchangeable lenses

Mobile photography isn't just for selfies and occasional hobbyists anymore, but has taken its place among the "legit" kinds of photography, bringing with it various gadgets, apps, and accessories. Sometimes, your mobile phone's camera needs a little assist to make your photos look even better. The Olympus Air is a lens camera that you can use with your smartphone both physically and wirelessly.

CAMpanion attaches GoPro cameras to most surfaces

If you own a GoPro camera, you know that they can record high quality video and still shots. Odds are the GoPro has much better video and photo taking capabilities than your Android smartphone or tablet. A new product has debuted called the CAMpanion that is designed to connect your GoPro to just about any surface.

Vany ring light brightens your selfies

No matter how you feel about selfie takers, the selfie is here to stay. I blame the front mounted camera on smartphones for the rise of the selfie. If you like to take selfies, you may be looking for a way to get better image quality.

Camu camera app takes photos (and edits) the way you want to

As people get more and more into mobile photography, chances are they won't always be satisfied with their smartphone's built-in camera features. That is why there are apps out there that give you more choices when it comes to taking pictures and editing them. The newest addition to your options for a camera app is Camu, which claims it can make you "take perfect photos and videos" while having a simple yet useful interface.

Manual Camera brings DSLR experience to your Android phone

There are probably thousands of camera and photography apps available for Android and other mobile platforms but most of them offer automatic controls and filters. Majority of the apps allow easy editing of images with special effects to make them look professional and some artsy. But how many apps allow full control? Just this new Manual Camera from GDSoftware. It's $1.99 complete to give you full manual control of your phone camera. Not bad actually for the real photographers.

Polaroid Selfie smartphone could be in legal trouble with Oppo

When the Polaroid Selfie smartphone was launched at CES 2015, there was this sneaking feeling at the back of this tech hack’s mind that the cute rotating camera – the highlight of Polaroid’s new smartphone – looked strangely and dangerously like China-based outfit Oppo’s N1 and N3. It wasn’t long until the news finally reached Oppo, and here we are, with Polaroid in possible legal trouble for this very reason.
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