The Imaging Alliance Blog – 12.3.18 (11.26.18)
Digital frames have been around for a while. We got tired of the first generation in the early 1990s, and the second generation of internet-connected frames in in the early 2000s wasn’t compelling enough either for most of us to keep using them. Why have yet another device to clutter our shelves or counters if we could already easily view our photos on our phone, computer, iPad – or connect any of those to our TV to view them on a large screen?
Read more: Digital Photo Frames Take 3
Imaging Alliance Blog – 11.20.18
Pivo is an interactive smart pod that enables anyone with a smartphone to create highly dynamic interactive videos, images and GIFs in an easy and affordable way. Interactive smart pod “Pivo” Pivo is an interactive smart pod that empowers smartphone photographers and videographers to create truly dynamic and engaging contents quickly and with …
Read more: Pivo: Unlocking the Full Potential of Smartphone Cameras with Must-Have Features for Smartphone Photographers & Videographers
The Imaging Alliance Blog – 11.5.18
olloclip today announced its all-new Pro Series and Intro Series of lenses, offering more choices for both enthusiast and casual smartphone photographers to change their field of view. The new Pro and Intro Series complete the olloclip Connect X line designed to let smartphone users shoot wider and closer than with the built-in camera alone. All olloclip Connect X lenses are compatible with the Multi-Device clip, iPhone X clip, and future iPhone attachment clips.
Read more: olloclip® Expands Lens Offerings for Mobile Photographers
The Imaging Alliance Blog – 10.24.18 (10.23.18)
Lexar, a leading global brand of flash memory solutions, today announced the new Lexar® JumpDrive® Fingerprint F35 USB 3.0 Flash Drive.
Read more: Lexar Announces New JumpDrive® Fingerprint F35 with an Added Touch of Security
The Imaging Alliance Blog – 10.17.18
MediaTek today announced the results of a survey it conducted with Qualtrics measuring the most popular camera features in smartphones according to U.S. consumers. The survey results highlight the popularity of dual cameras, portrait mode, HDR and other premium smartphone features that have become more accessible to mid-market consumers over the past few years. The results also showcase how AI-driven features like face beautification and augmented reality (AR) stickers are used regularly, particularly by younger consumers, to enhance users’ photos and videos.
Read more: Dual Cameras and Selfies Still Rule, but Survey Shows Other Features Figure More Than Expected in Choosing a Smartphone