Cameras

The CES Drone We Most Want to Fly

There are a lot of drones at the Las Vegas Consumer Electronics Show. So many, in fact, that they warrant their own UAV section. But the most compelling drone we saw was the Trace FLYR1, a $500 unit...

Filming the Frying Pan

Humans have never before seen sharks in their natural environment—until now. Enter Explore.org, a philanthropic marine science project streaming valuable images from beneath a protected navigation...

DJI Inspire Drone

DJI established itself as the powerhouse of the drone industry two years ago with the release of the now-ubiquitous and easy-to-fly Phantom. Its latest model, the Inspire 1, is even more exciting,...

The Best Cameras of 2015

With heavy-duty shooters, you'll be ready for whatever nature throws your way.

How Do I Make My GoPro Last Forever?

While most of us won't be paddling into Mavericks with a GoPro on the nose of our board, there are ways to maximize the camera's life while using it to capture less-extreme footage.

Flir One Infrared iPhone Camera

If you’re a fan of cop shows or military dramas, you’ve no doubt seen ghostlike pictures of bright white bad guys in the night that are produced by forward looking infrared radar (FLIR) cameras.

The Moment Lens Will Make You a Better Photographer

The reason you take pictures with your smartphone is easy: you have it with you. The reason you spend 20 minutes in Snapseed editing those pictures is that your phone’s tiny lens barely lets in any...

How High Can GoPro Go?

By this point, GoPro cameras have been used to film just about every activity on the planet, from BASE jumps to baby’s first steps to surgical operations. But the company found itself in unfamiliar...

Single POV Action Cameras Are Dead

The future of adventure filmmaking lies in 360-degree video footage, at least according to a handful of ambitious inventors.