Phase One IQ250 50MP CMOS Medium Format Back Unveiled For $35,000

This week Phase One has announced the launch of the ‘world’s first CMOS-based digital camera back’ in the form of the new Phase One IQ250, which features a 50 megapixel CMOS sensor that measures 44 x 33 mm in size.

The Phase One IQ250 has been created to provide photographers with the widest ISO range of any medium format camera system ranging from 100 to 6400 and also offers 14 stops of dynamic range and 14 bit colour depth to expand their creativity.

Phase One IQ250

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GoPro Unveils HERO3+ Camera Pack Aimed at Musicians

GoPro unveils a new digital video camera in October of last year called the HERO3+. The camera had a lot of really nice features including the ability to interface with a smartphone application to give the user control of a camera from across a room. GoPro makes a number of mount options for its cameras that allow them to be used for all manner of sports.

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Veho K-series Waterproof Action Cameras Unveiled

This week Veho has unveiled a new range of K-series action cameras that will be launching next month in Europe and the UK in the form of the new Veho K-series Muvi K-2 NPNG, Muvi K-2, and Muvi K-1 action cameras.

Top of the range is the Veho K-series Muvi K-2 NPNG offering users 1080p HD video recording at maximum of 60fps (frames-per-second) together with 720p recording at 120 fps.

Veho K-series Action Camera

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Turnikit iPhone Lens Adapter Allows You To Use Nikon And Canon Lenses (video)

Steve Johnston has created a new iPhone lens adapter called Turn-I-Kit which allows you to use Canon and Nikon lenses with your iPhone smartphone.

Turn-I-Kit is an iPhone DOF adapter that allows you to mount SLR lenses to your phone, giving you more control of your photos and videos. Check out the comparison video after the jump to see the creativity you can easily add to your photography using Nikon and Canon lenses with your iPhone.

Turn-I-Kit iPhone Lens Adapter

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New Fujifilm X-Mount Camera Teased, Launching Jan 28th 2014

Fujifilm has today released a teaser image of its Fujifilm X-Mount camera which it says will be launching on January 28th 2014 with full details of the new camera being unveiled to the world.

As you might expect the new Fujifilm X-mount camera includes the same interchangeable lenses system in the series and may even feature the same 16-megapixel X-Trans CMOS II sensor used in the X-E2.

X-T1 Fujifilm

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Raspberry Pi Touchscreen Display Used To Create Awesome Camera (video)

Ever fancied building your own touchscreen camera? If you have, or fancy giving it a go you might be interested in a new project by the team over at Adafruit who have used a Raspberry Pi touchscreen display to create a very unique camera.

The Adafruit team have used the Adafruit PiTFT Raspberry Pi touchscreen display which we have featured here on Geeky Gadgets and costs just $35 direct from Adafruit.

Raspberry Pi Touchscreen Monitor Camera

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Lux Open Source Camera With Arduino Controlled Shutter

Kevin Kadooka has this month finished his Lux open source camera that he has been working on, with a goal of building a fully-fledged camera, using just easily purchased off-the-shelf components.

The Lux open source camera removed the need for builder to rely on anything scavenged from a potentially valuable piece of camera equipment. Which in the past has been adopted by Kevin to create his previous camera designs and homegrown prototypes.

Lux Open Source Camera

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Kodak Pixpro Smartphone Lens Cameras Launching Spring 2014

This month Kodak has taken the wraps off their new smartphone lens camera attachments Kodak has created in the form of the new Kodak Pixpro which will be launched in the spring.

The Kodak Pixpro smartphone lens camera will compete with the already available Sony Cyber-shot QX10 and QX100 smartphone lens camera attachments that launched late last year. As well as the new Vivitar IU680 smartphone interchangeable lens camera system we featured yesterday and is also expected to launch later this year.

Kodak Pixpro

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meMINI Wearable Camera Lets You Capture Those Precious Moments (video)

meMINI based in Auckland New Zealand has created a unique camera which is being designed to allow you to capture precious moments whilst going about your everyday life.

The meMINI camera is the world’s first Wi-Fi enabled wearable camera, says its creators that is equipped with a new feature called Recall. That allows you to handpick your favourite moments after they have happened providing you with the gift of hindsight.

meMINI Wearable Camera

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Moment iPhone Lens Kit Offers Wide And Telephoto Lenses (video)

iPhone photographers looking for a little more functionality from their iPhone camera might be interested in a new iPhone Lens Kit which has been created by Marc Barros called the Moment.

The Moment iPhone Lens Kit has been designed to offer both a telephoto or wide-angle lens for iPhone users to use with the lenses easily attaching to a magnetic metal plate which is attached to your iPhone around the lens and flash. To learn more about this new Moment iPhone Lens Kit watch the video after the jump.

iPhone Lenses Kit

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Vivitar IU680 Smartphone Interchangeable Lens Camera System

This month Vivitar has unveiled their new Vivitar IU680 interchangeable lens camera smartphone system they have been developing which looks similar to Sony QX10 And QX100 Smartphone Lens Camera which was launched last year.

The new Vivitar lens camera was unveiled at the recent CES 2014 technology show and as yet very little is know about it. However it is thought that the system will use the manufacturer-agnostic T mount to accept interchangeable lenses.

Vivitar Interchangeable Lens Smartphone System

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PocketShot Smartphone Tripod Adapter Grips Any Smartphone

Smartphone photographers that wish they can attach their smartphones to standard tripods for extra stability when taking shots, might be interested in a new device called the PocketShot smartphone tripod adapter which has been designed by Benjamin Holm.

The PocketShot smartphone tripod adapter is a flexible holder, that has been designed to accept any smartphone, whether it is in an external case or not. The PocketShot has also been designed to easily fixed to a traditional tripod, allowing you to achieve extra stability when required. Check out the promotional video after the jump to see the new PocketShot works and learn more.

PocketShot

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