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Three months after going public and hot on the heels of impressive stock market performance, GoPro is at it again.
Contour is back with a new action cam product destined to be the device of choice for surfers, snorklers, and people who can hold their breath a long time.
Hardcore adventurers and extreme sports enthusiasts just got one more reason to document their daring exploits without worry of damaging their expensive equipment, thanks to a new camera from Ricoh Imaging that makes other late-model adventure cams look fragile in comparison.
Size matters, and when it comes to action cams, the smaller you go the better. No stranger to this knowledge, Sony has just performed a shrink-down makeover on its mini cam lineup and is introducing the aptly-named Action Cam Mini.
Instagram videos just got a much needed quality infusion thanks to Hyperlapse, an app that should make amateur-shot short form vids more viewable.
Casio's Exilim EX-FR10 lets adventurers take selfies anywhere.
Ever wonder what a dog sees? GoPro has a mount for that.
There are disposable cameras, and there are cameras that record their very own destruction for the world to see.
With the impending release of its new Cube camera, Polaroid is looking to win the award for cutest action camera with the Cube.
Microsoft researchers have made leaps and bounds in their efforts to rid the world of jerky, unwatchable time-lapse video shot on GoPro and other head-mounted recorders.
The budget camcorder market may not be booming, but major players are still in the game. The Samsung HMX-QF30 is a perfect example. But is it any good?
Sony announced its new lineup of Handycam camcorders at CES today, including 11 new models with features like projector inputs and improved sound systems.
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