photography

CASE Remote: Android device as wireless DSLR controller

Even with the advent of mobile photography due to the massive improvement of smartphone cameras, there is still nothing better for old school photographers than to have a DSLR in their hands. But sometimes, lugging around and controlling that massive camera can be a pain in the neck, especially when you’re trying to get a rather difficult shot. CASE Remote wants to help solve that problem by turning your Android device into a wireless remote controller for your DSLR.

SphereShare app unlocks photospheres from around the world

One of the best things that has come out of the proliferation of high-quality cameras in smartphones is, not the emergence of the selfies, but having access to thousands of amazing looking panoramic pictures from all over the world. The SphereShare app for Android is one of the best ones out there, collecting over 24,000 photospheres and putting them into an ecosystem that is easy to search and share.

Lensbaby offers Android goal for Kickstarter lens project

If you’ve got friends using iPhones, you may have seen them sport some add-on lenses for their sharp shooter. There are a lot of aftermarket lenses for the iPhone; it sells well, and has a single form factor. Android users haven’t been so lucky, but popular Kickstarter team Lensbaby is changing that.

Samsung ISOCELL CMOS sensor technology explained

Samsung fans might have been looking for something like a 20.7 megapixel camera similar to Sony's latest smartphones, but the 16 megapixel camera on the Galaxy S5 is nothing to ignore. At least, that is the thinking that Samsung is trying to achieve with a new video that details the practical benefits of its ISOCELL CMOS sensors.
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