New drone hopes to make aerial photography a Snap

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Sep 042015
 

Vanatage Robotics’ new Snap camera drone combines stabilized 4K video with a variety of shooting modes and a focus on safety and portability — attributes it hopes will make the product to stand out in a crowded market.

The San Francisco-based start-up unveiled the drone on Tuesday and began accepting preorders.

For photographers, the biggest attractions are probably the 4K camera, which shoots at 4x HD resolution, and the gimbal that it’s mounted on. This electronically-controlled device pivots and rotates the camera to counter the movement of the drone, so the resulting video should look smoother and more professional.

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PCWorld Review: Unified Color Technologies HDR Expose 2

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May 232012
 

Unified Color Technologies HDR Expose 2 Photography Software Review | PCWorld

Save 20% on HDR Expose 2 by clicking the link below:

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Canon unveils PowerShot G1 X, Large sensor, HDR mode, 1080 24p HD!

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Jan 092012
 

Canon unveils PowerShot G1 X: huge 14.3 megapixel sensor, 12,800 ISO, $800 price tag — Engadget

Canon PowerShot G1 X: New King of Fixed-Lens Cameras? | PCWorld

Rob Galbraith DPI: Larger sensor at the heart of 14.20 million image pixel Canon Powershot G1 X

This new Powershot G1 X from Canon looks interesting for several reasons. First the sensor is a 14.3 megapixel which measures 18.7 x 14mm.

Features include and HDR mode and 24p full 1080p HD video. The camera processor is the new Digic 5.

This new processor has the power required to down-sample the video frames to HD resolution for minimal  moiré and aliasing.

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