Recent Posts

The Android-only LyfieEye200 is 'the world's smallest VR/AR camera'

“,”slides”:null,”currentSlideIndex”:-1,”imageViewerIndex”:null,”slideshowWidth”:590,”slideshowHeight”:442,”disableImageZoomInSlideshow”:false,”fullContent”:”TODO”}); }); eCapture Technologies has launched a new version of the LyfieEye mobile camera on crowdfunding website Indiegogo. Called LyfieEye200, this model is being dubbed “the world’s smallest 360° VR/AR camera,” and offers a bunch of neat AR/VR features for Android users who want to get more mileage out of ...

Read More »

Sony interview: 'If cameras are going to develop, manufacturers have to develop mirrorless technologies'

“,”slides”:null,”currentSlideIndex”:-1,”imageViewerIndex”:null,”slideshowWidth”:590,”slideshowHeight”:442,”disableImageZoomInSlideshow”:false,”fullContent”:”TODO”}); }); Kenji Tanaka, Senior General Manager of Sony’s Digital Imaging Business Group, pictured in Yokohama for the 2018 CP+ show. At the recent CP+ show in Yokohama, we sat down with executives from several major camera and lens manufacturers. Among them was Kenji Tanaka, of Sony. In our interview ...

Read More »

This Photographer Uses an iPhone to Shoot Russia’s Grittiest Streets

Photographer Dmitry Markov grew up Pushkino, a hardscrabble industrial town north of Moscow where, for Markov and many of his childhood friends, sniffing glue and spending days outside avoiding their alcoholic dads seemed relatively normal. Somehow though, the 35-year-old plotted a course — through blogging, activism, and photography — that ...

Read More »