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Adorama Posts Black Friday Deals!

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Our partner Adorama Camera has sent us a series of Black Friday Deals that might peak your interest.  The range is quite good and some of the savings are kind of spectacular, so if you have been meaning to get gear, memory or a lens at a discounted price ; get a better bang for your buck the time is now.

Some cameras are heavily discounted in the 100s of dollars and memory is sometimes 1/2 price too. By buying through our links you help HSC continue to provide content in the future. We thank you for your support.    Happy Thanksgiving! → Continue Reading Full Post ←

Sony FS5 Slow Motion Takes 2nd Spot!

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It’s been an impressive year for Sony camera releases when it comes to slow motion capabilities.  We saw a resurgence of real innovation in the space with the Sony RX10 II and the Sony RX100 IV which have amazing quality for the price even when the limitations are there when it comes to quality vs time recorded which when it comes to getting the utmost frame resolution the higher frame rates are limited to just 2 seconds.  The PXW-FS5 camera has Slow motion of 8 second bursts at full HD quality at 240fps and the same at reduced resolutions but higher frame rates. → Continue Reading Full Post ←

Camera Deals for Black Friday Start to Show!

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Black Friday is nearly here and that means lots of deals for all sorts of gear are just around the corner.  However we have found a few to get you started in your quest to get the best bang for your buck.

Note: By buying through our Amazon product links you help HSC continue to cover the slow motion camera market on a budget. At no extra cost to you. We greatly appreciate your patronage! → Continue Reading Full Post ←

Lumia Phones Will Now Have Slow Motion!

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Due to overwhelming user requests Microsoft has finally added with an update to its Windows 10 Camera app the ability to shoot slow-motion video on some Lumia smartphones. The feature is not terribly groundbreaking as it is limited for now to 120 fps at 720p resolution. However this may open the door to higher frame rates like 240p and 480p in future devices as now the feature is not completely ignored. Windows 10 Phone users rejoice, well until the platform fully launches in the near future.

Microsoft: “Slow-motion video has been one of the most frequent requests we hear from people using the Camera app on Windows Phone and Windows 10,” Microsoft says. “So, we’re happy to announce that you can now capture slow-motion video with Camera for Windows 10.” → Continue Reading Full Post ←

DJI OSMO Stabilized 120fps in your hand!

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DJI Has announced a portable 3-Axis Gimbal camera system called DJI OSMO that rivals the best handheld  camera options from the competition with an integrated ZENMUSE X3 camera “Same as the one found in the DJI Inspire 1 drone.    You get a ton of standard features like an intelligent panning mode and auto panorama with also a timelapse & intervalometer to boot.   You will need to supply a Phone or other portable device with iOS or Android in order to have a live preview screen and set up the camera / adjust settings.

Specs for the DJI OSMO portable stabilized camera:

Video Resolution:
  • UHD: 4K (4096 x 2160) 24/25p
  • UHD 4K (3840 x 2160) 24/25/30p
  • 2.7K (2704 x 1520) 24/25/30p
  • FHD: 1920 x 1080 24/25/30/48/50/60/120p*
  • HD: 1280 x 720 24/25/30/48/50/60p
Sensor:
Sony Exmor R CMOS; 1/2.3” Effective pixels: 12.40M (Total pixels: 12.76M)
Still Photography Modes:
Single Shot Photo Burst Mode: 3/5/7 shots Auto Exposure Bracketing (AEB): 3/5 bracketed frames @ 0.7EV bias Interval Timelapse Auto Panorama Selfie Panorama
Video Recording Modes:
Auto; Slow Motion Max. Video Bitrate: 60 Mbps

Video Formats: MP4/MOV (MPEG-4 AVC/H.264) → Continue Reading Full Post ←

GoPro Hero 5 Rumored Specs!

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The GoPro Hero 4 series has been quite successful for the company and many are thinking what can they offer next when it comes to camera specs.  The Hero 4 Session showed that miniaturization and form factor change is possible at GoPro and we will not be surprised to see a change in shape and size on the Hero 5 to reduce it’s footprint.   The GoPro mount has also been holding back the platform miniaturization as to remain compatible with accessories and grips of all kinds.  What could happen is to remain compatible but introduce a stronger and smaller mount with some sort of adapter for backward compatibility. This transition will open the way for more portable and stealthy cameras.

Our biggest hint of where the platform is going is what the new Ambarella H1 chip provides.  It is an evolutionary chip-set with a few features geared to UHD recording which suggest that 4k will be the focus going forward. → Continue Reading Full Post ←