Upgrade your selfies to the next level with these new products announced at IDF
Subject: General Tech | September 15, 2014 - 03:00 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: idf 2014, sony, Panasonic, Samsung, cameras
At IDF there were a few new cameras on display which caught The Register's attention in amongst the smart appliances and other gadgets. For the highest quality selfies try the Panasonic HX-500 4K activity cam which is good at depths of up to 3 metres for up to 30 minutes. Perhaps you would prefer to pair your Galaxy Note 4 with the Samsung Galaxy VR headset to give you an Occulus like look at the world; a 96-degree view which is intended to look like a 175-inch screen seen from 2 metres away. Samsung users could also pick up the Olloclip for Android, giving you fisheye and wide angle lenses for your Galaxy S4 or S5. There is more in the article, check them all out here.
"Image is everything - or so it has been said, and if the gadgets at the recent IFA techfest in Berlin are anything to go by then manufacturers certainly seem to think we’re image obsessed. With selfies being a global compulsion, perhaps they know us better than we know ourselves."
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