Articles tagged "mobile-photography"

Asus ROG II smartphone features 48MP Sony sensor, 120Hz display and more

The latest Asus smartphone is targeted at gamers but comes with solid-looking camera specs and more than enough processing power for serious on-device photo and video editing.

Moment launches new sling bags, wallet cases for mobile photographers

Mobile photography company Moment has introduced a range of bags and wallets for smartphone and compact camera photographers who don't need to carry a whole pile of kit.

Xiaomi teases Mi 9 product images and camera samples

Xiaomi's new flagship Android smartphone is expected to be launched on February 24 at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.

Filmborn film camera app updated with new presets, iOS 12 support and bug fixes

Film simulation app Filmborn has been updated with new presets, features, and overall improved support on Apple's latest mobile operating system and devices.

Moment counterweights let you use add on lenses with DJI Osmo Mobile

Moment just unveiled a pair of counterweights that let you use the company's add-on smartphone lenses while also using the DJI Osmo Mobile gimbal stabilizer, making it the first smartphone gimbal to supports add-on lenses.

Analysis: DxO ONE - the World's 'First Truly Connected Camera'

DxO's new camera, the ONE, offers an appealing combination of features and some highly impressive technology. Designed to be used in combination with Apple smartphones, the ONE is built around a capable 1"-type sensor and bright 32mm equivalent lens. DPReview's technical editor has been digging into the specifications, and talking to DxO's resident scientists to find out what makes the ONE tick. Click through for his analysis

Pelican Imaging releases light field photos from its mobile imaging array

Pelican Imaging has released a set of re-focusable pictures taken with its light field camera for smartphones. Instead of placing an array of microlenses between the sensor and the main lens, Pelican uses an array of main lenses - each with a sensor behind it. Pelican's offering is more suitable for smartphones, and their sample images allow for re-focusing, changing DOF, and shifting perspective. Click through for more details and links to the images.