I-1, the camera will bring back the glory retro Polaroid

They say nostalgia sells, and certainly so, there is a large market of people who are dedicated to finding retro objects from typewriters, televisions, phones, game consoles, to toys and of course cameras, either because about collectors, or simply because everything retro has always been there and always will be people who want to consume.

One of the most striking examples is The Impossible Project, an initiative that began in 2008 at the hands of a former employee of Polaroid and the director of the Lomographic Society International, who got money from private investors to acquire the latest factory, which was to close, film for Polaroid cameras. The success of the sale of film led to rethink the business and sought to create a camera that had that old magic of snapshots, which is now a reality which is called I-1. Continue Reading

Revl Arc

Revl Arc is the first camera that records 4K video action stabilized, has an integrated gimbals

We think action cameras and we will come to mind GoPro, some model Sony, and many Chinese companies that make products affordable, decent in some cases. Some think that there are ways to improve this complicated market and bring new ideas that can help in the type of use that is given to these cameras; a good example is Revl Arc.

What most often it has done with these cameras? For if they are action, we move a lot with them and stabilization is one of the most important parameters to assess. Almost all major brands do a good job based digital systems, especially highlighting Sony. For what brings under his arm Revl Arc is a system much more complex stabilization and logic says that more cash.

Apart stabilization system, the camera features are very good

The supposed revolution reaches chambers action shaped gimbal motor in the back of the camera. As explained to us, it uses magnetic technology in order to balance the image. Continue Reading