Wunder360 has launched a new 360 camera that weighs just 95g and offers in-camera stitching and a 1/4-inch screw thread for mounting it on selfie sticks and mini tripods.Read More
As much as we may say that it's not about the gear, let's face it: cameras are at the heart of photography. The camera you use DOES matter to a certain extent, as different makes and models offer varying features that can be advantageous for your genre of photography.
At Camera Jabber we cover cameras in a sensible way. We will bring you news of the latest cameras on the market and explain the technology within them and how it can benefit your photography. We will also provide you with hands-on reviews the moment they are announced and follow them up with in-depth reviews of post-production models once they become available to us.
And to help you decide what camera to buy, you will also find comparisons of these latest cameras against their predecessors and rivals in the market, as well as extensive buying guides showing you the many options available within a particular price range, skill level, sensor size, body size and even those with features that lend themselves well to a particular genre of photography.
Detu has launched the MAX – price tag $3,599 – a 360 camera aimed at professional users which can capture 3D VR footage as well as 12K images and 8K videos.Read More
Samsung has two flagship smartphones, the S9 and the S9 Plus – but which one is the best one to buy for photography? We’ve taken a long, hard look at both…Read More
GoPro has continued its aggressive marketing push by offering $100 off purchases of the Fusion 360 camera in the run-up to Father’s Day.Read More
The Huawei P20 Pro smartphone has an excellent camera, we explain how to set it up to get the best from it straight away.Read More
Sony has announced the Cyber-shot RZ100 VI – price tag $1,200 / £1,000 – a new premium compact camera boasting a 1-inch sensor and a 24-200mm f/2.8-4.5 lens with a July release date.Read More
Originally launched in the UK at a price tag of £699, the blue PEN E-PL9 will cost $699 in the United States.Read More