One of the goals of every video creator is to have smooth transitions between different clips, but oftentimes when the coloration of the footage between two different clips doesn’t match, it can be very jarring to the viewer. Content creators and video editors will agree that this can be a frustrating experience.
If there was one advantage that Google Photos had over other competing cloud storage platforms, it was that it offered users free and unlimited storage for photos as long as you kept the uploads to “High” instead of “Original”. For the most part, this was fine as a lot of people probably never take photos as max resolution anyway.
Right now, the iPhone 12, like most smartphones these days, comes with a Night mode in the camera. This basically relies on software and algorithms to help users take better photos in low-light situations, such as when it’s night. However, the iPhone 13 could come with an upgrade to help with that even further.
(No) thanks to the pandemic, a lot of things we do on a normal day are changing in drastic ways. A lot more people are working remotely and studying remotely, and this in turn has created a need for webcams, or rather, better quality webcams, and so to address this need, many camera makers have released software that turns their cameras into webcams.
One of the features of the iPhone is the ability to take what Apple is calling a “Live Photo”, which is kind of like a hybrid between a video and a photo, but what if you just wanted the image part? Here’s how you can extract a still image from a Live Photo.
One of the features of Google Photos is that Google leverages AI to help users identify people and objects in their photos. Given the number of photos we might take with our smartphone camera, it can sometimes be rather difficult for us to find what we are looking for, and that’s what the AI is used for.
Lens attachments for smartphones aren’t new, but oddly enough, traditional camera makers have shied away from this particular market segment. However, it seems that maybe, just maybe, Canon could be toying with the idea of creating a lens attachment accessory for smartphones.
At Ubergizmo, we nerd out by analyzing mobile camera Image Quality (IQ) and Camera HardWare (HW) strength. That’s why we created the Uber HW Camera and Uber IQ Camera benchmarks.But what is Image Quality (IQ), how do you define it, and is it possible to assess “quality” as objectively as possible? Fortunately, it is possible by looking at major objective image quality metrics. Objective metrics means that we can say […]
It appears that DJI has been on a roll these past couple of months with regards to gimbals. The company first launched a new Osmo Mobile 4 gimbal back in August, and then earlier this month, they launched their new Ronin gimbals designed for larger cameras. Now they’re back with their latest gimbal, the DJI Pocket 2.
Earlier this year, Google introduced a new subscription service that for a monthly fee, they would use AI to curate some of your best photos and prints physical copies for you. It sounded like a novelty so it didn’t really come as a surprise when back in June, Google announced that they would be shutting it down.
We have been hearing the rumors that Fujifilm could be working on a new mid-range digital camera in the form of the X-S10. Turns out the rumors were spot on because the company has since officially taken the wraps off their latest mirrorless camera in the form of the Fujifilm X-S10.
Back in August, DJI took the wraps off its smartphone gimbal in the form of the DJI Osmo Mobile 4. However, if you’d prefer using a dedicated camera to shoot your photos or videos and are still in the market for a gimbal, you’ll be pleased to learn that DJI has since announced a couple of new Ronin gimbals in the form of the RS 2 and the RSC 2.
Back in August, Sony announced and released the Imaging Edge Webcam tool for Windows. For those unfamiliar, this is a software that lets you plug your Sony digital camera into your computer and use it as a webcam. The good news is that it looks like the software is now available for macOS as well.
While Nikon has attempted mirrorless cameras in the past, the company’s initial launch was met with a lukewarm response. The company then tried again with their new Z series which proved to be much more popular, and now the company is back with the second-generation of mirrorless cameras based off the first Z series – the Nikon Z6 II and the Z7 II.