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Canon Vixia Mini X-4

Canon has been trying its hand at some cameras and features lately that are a bit out of left field. The PowerShot N and G1 X cameras come to mind. In the same vein of “different” comes the Canon Vixia Mini X, which debuted at CES 2014 last month. Just looking at the camera, you are left scratching your head about who its intended users are and how it should/could be used. [click to continue…]

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Geonaute-2

The Geonaute 360 camera is the first of its kind – a 360° action sports camera. It combines three wide-angle lenses and image sensors for a complete, almost-spherical view of the world around it. [click to continue…]

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Optrix-6

Optrix is a waterproof and action-oriented case for the iPhone. It offers multiple camera lenses with O-ring seals for use down to 33′. [click to continue…]

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Garmin VIRB

There were a few themes to CES 2014 and action cams was surely one of them. You couldn’t walk down an exhibit hall without seeing a few different booths containing someone’s new action cams. Everybody wants a piece of the GoPro pie. [click to continue…]

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Contour

Last year, action cam maker, Contour, closed its doors. Now, they’re back and say they are ready to take on GoPro for a bigger piece of the action camera market. [click to continue…]

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Liquid Image Ego LS

Liquid Image, which is best known for its camera ski goggles and underwater masks, announced the Ego LS at CES 2014. [click to continue…]

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