All posts tagged: action camera

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GoPro HERO 7 Stabilisation in action

Want to see first hand how good and intelligent the GoPro HERO 7’s stabilisation algorithm is? I accidentally found out when I was in my birth town, driving. I happened to have the HERO 7 mounted on the suction cup mount and this is what I saw when I played the clip in FCXP…

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How to avoid audio recorded ex-camera to drift from audio in-camera

If you record audio via an external recorder in order to replace the audio your camera captures, you’ll usually need some sort of a synchronisation tool. The simplest is using a clapper, with the second-best using Red Giant’s PluralEyes. But what if the audio your recorder captures drifts out of sync during recording? Why does that happen and how can you avoid it?

Powertraveller Mini-G: great robust battery for outdoors powering of two 5V devices at once

Powertraveller is renewing its robust Li-Ion battery range that is suitable for any type of environment. It released an upgrade to the Powergorilla, making this device 24,000mAh strong instead of the 22,000mAh older models were capable of. The recent release of the brand new Mini-G that is rated at 12,000mAh is the start of a flatter, more lightweight and newly designed offering.

iKlip Grip Pro: your stand, handle or “boom” for lightweight cameras, iPhones, mics and more

iKlip Grip Pro is a stand with an integrated detachable Bluetooth shutter control that can act as a tabletop tripod, large-grip video handle and a monopod handle, while the iKlip Grip can serve as a standard tripod adapter. The whole system is made of a combination of thermoplastic and aluminium, can carry weights of up to 1kg and extends to 62cm.

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Sony announces RX0, a robust camera the size of a GoPro

Sony has just launched the DSC-RX0. It offers the image quality of the Sony RX Series in a robust and ultra-compact housing. The camera offers photo and video capabilities and a waterproof, shockproof and pressure-resistant design. It can also be used in a multi-camera setup, which allows you to create photos, videos or super slow motion pictures from different angles. With a weight of 110 grams and a width of 59 mm, a height of 40.5 mm and depth of 29.8 mm, the RX0 looks like yet another premium compact camera. But this one is different. It has an LCD monitor, can be used to make pictures and videos in rain, underwater or in a sandy or dusty environment. Sony isn’t saying the RX0 is competition with GoPro’s HERO5, but if it is, the RX0 is a GoPro on steroids. The RX0 features Sony’s stacked Exmor RS CMOS image sensor with 15.3 megapixels. It is equipped with a BIONZ X processor and a fixed ZEISS Tessar T 24 mm F4 wide-angle lens. This lens is …