Nosebleed seats may soon be a thing of the past. Scientists at the University of California San Diego have created a prototype contact lens that is controlled by the eye's movements. Wearers can make the lenses zoom in or out by simply blinking twice…
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Many photographers keep a cheap compact 50mm lens in their bags, but that is not what Canon has made here. The Canon RF 50mm F/1.2 is over 2 pounds and costs more than $ 2,000, but what you're getting for that is an incredible sharp lens with an ultra…
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Olloclip is known for making extra lenses that you can buy for your smartphone to take different kinds of shots with your camera. That includes things like macro and telephoto lenses, but also fish-eye and wide angle lenses. For anyone that needs their phone camera to be as versatile as possible, they’re invaluable. The only […]
Come comment on this article: Up your smartphone photography game with Olloclip’s new universal clip-on lenses
New year, new leaks. This time, it’s Nokia with a pretty incredible rumored device that’ll sport both a Snapdragon 845 and a five camera lens system. Unbelievable? Maybe, but we’re intrigued either way. The leak comes from Chinese forum Baidu and claims that not only with the next Nokia Android flagship use Qualcomm’s next-gen processor, […]
Come comment on this article: New Nokia flagship leaks with five camera lenses and Snapdragon 845
Olloclip was at CE Week 2016 this year, and we stopped by to take a look at its new 4-in-1 lens designed for Otterbox’s modular Universe Case. Snap it on and you get four different lenses to switch through.
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The new technology, which Israel-based Deep Optics calls “omnifocals,” could forever change how lens makers deal with farsightedness, and dramatically improve clarity for lens wearers.
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