0 Views ·Posted 01/11/2022
The much-anticipated Sony XPERIA 5 III continues to leverage Sony’s professional camera know-how in the mobile space and is targeted at smartphone users who are serious about enjoying and creating content. Sony XPERIA 5 III Like its older brother, the XPERIA 1 III, The XPERIA 5 III is equipped with a triple rear camera system,
by Ronald Francis ·Posted 12/18/2019
With Oscar-winning filmmakers such as Steven Soderbergh and Claude Lelouch lately making films using an iPhone, we now have an even better appreciation of the benefits of smartphone filmmaking. In an interview with HeyUGuys, Soderbergh—known for films like Traffic and Ocean’s Eleven—explained that only with a phone could he have made his film Unsane the way he wanted to, shown the film he wanted to show. The French director, Lelouch, speaking with
by M. Brett Smith ·Posted 10/25/2019
It has been a wild year for ZTE. In August, the company released the Axon 10 Pro, its first flagship smartphone to hit American shores since last year’s temporary ban. That ban represented a period of uncertainty for U.S. customers, one that left many of us wondering when and if we’d ever get our hands on a new ZTE device. Luckily, all was resolved, the ban was short-lived, and ZTE’s latest premium handset, the Axon 10 Pro, has
by M. Brett Smith ·Posted 09/12/2019
When Google first announced the Pixel 3a earlier this year, it seemed almost too good to be true. A mid-range smartphone with the same camera as its flagship counterpart at half the price—what’s the catch? Well, we did some digging, and it turns out there is no catch. The Pixel 3a really is that good. In fact, it might just be the best premium mid-range
by M. Brett Smith ·Posted 07/10/2019
Since its inception, the Sony Xperia line has been one of the most prolific smartphone series on the market. This year has proven to be no different, because Sony has announced four so far—yes, four—new Xperia phones. But which one is right for you? To help you graduate into an Xperia expert, we’ve put together this handy buying guide. Xperia 1 Top Features: 4K OLED HDR “CinemaWide” Display, Professional-Grade Triple-Rear Camera
by Shawn C. Steiner ·Posted 05/01/2018
So, you want to become a YouTube star, but you only have a smartphone? We have some good news for you then, because modern smartphones have become extremely capable video cameras and editing machines. This means that with just the phone in your pocket, you can start shooting, editing, and publishing your own content, and we are going to show you how. Settings and Tips To capture the best quality, you need to learn the ins and outs of your phone’s camera and make sure you bump up the settings to maximum quality. The iPhone we are working with
5,186 Views ·Posted 06/24/2015
Panasonic's new Lumix DMC-CM1 is a smartphone that rivals dedicated point-and-shoot cameras, allowing you to capture high-quality photos and navigate Android's intuitive Android 4.4 operating system. The Lumix DMC-CM1 can capture 4K video with its Venus Engine image processor and 2GB of RAM, all at around the size of an iPhone 6, and uses the same 20.1MP, 1" CMOS sensor found in Sony’s RX100-series point-and-shoots and
172 Views ·Posted 11/11/2014
In this Wish List video, B&H goes through some interesting options for smartphone lens attachments that can enhance your smartphone and iPhone photography.
816 Views ·Posted 11/27/2013
We'll look at a few clip-on lenses and filters, an underwater housing, action clip and a swivel phone holder that works almost like having your own cameraman!
5,706 Views ·Posted 11/27/2013
Modern smartphones have cameras so most of us have a camera all the time. Just a few quick tips and you'll be capturing even better images.