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4K Cinematic Video Shot on the iPhone X Without Fancy Accessories

"Shot on smartphone" ads and sample photos/videos are often created with the help of expensive accessories that help achieve more than you can with just the phone -- things like stabilizers and lenses. If you'd like to see what you can achieve without these add-ons, check out this 4K cinematic video by Matteo Bertoli.

These Are iPhone Studio Portraits Shot Using the Godox A1 Flash System

Last month, the Chinese lighting brand Godox teased an innovative new product called the A1 that serves as both a wireless, off-camera flash/light for smartphones as well as a transmitter for triggering other off-camera flashes. Now new sample photos have emerged to show what this smartphone flash system can actually do.

Here Are the First Real-World iPhone 7 Plus Photos: NFL and US Open

Announced last week, Apple's new iPhone 7 Plus claims to pack the world's most advanced smartphone camera -- a dual camera system that can zoom optically and simulate depth of field. Now the first real-world iPhone 7 Plus photos have emerged: they were shot this past weekend at an NFL Sunday Night game and at the US Open.

This Skier Was Given a GoPro Karma Drone to Try Out

GoPro just released another video with sample footage captured with its not-yet-announced Karma drone. This time the company gave a Karma drone to American freestyle skier Bobby Brown and some of his friends to test out at Aspen Snowmass in Colorado. The short 1-minute video above is what resulted.

This is Nikon D5 Image Quality at ISO 3,280,000

One of the exciting features of the new flagship Nikon D5 is the fact that it can shoot with a native ISO of up to 102,400 and an expanded ISO of 3,280,000. If you're curious about what the D5's ISO 3.28 million looks like in photos, we've got some images that'll give you a small glimpse at the quality.

These Short Films Were Shot with the Nikon D5

Want to see what the Nikon D5 can do on the video front? Nikon ambassador photographer Corey Rich shot this short film titled "Inspired" using the new flagship DSLR. The video "explores what drives today’s most diverse and interesting professional photographers and filmmakers, and captures the commitment it takes to tell truly meaningful stories."

The First Sample Photos from Pentax’s Upcoming Full Frame DSLR

It's no secret that Ricoh has a full frame Pentax DSLR up its sleeve. The camera is set to debut in the Spring of 2016, and a 24-70mm lens has already been announced for the body.

If you're looking forward to this camera, this may whet your appetite even more: the first sample photos captured using the camera have been published.

This is ISO 4,560,000 with Canon’s Crazy New Camera

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Back in July, Canon announced an ultra-high-sensitivity camera that has a ridiculously high max ISO of over 4,000,000. If you've been wondering what the camera can capture, check out the eye-opening sample video above that Canon just released.

This is a 10K Time-Lapse Video Created Using 80MP Still Photographs

Want to see what a 10K time-lapse video looks like? Look no further than the video above. Titled "10328x7760: A 10K Timelapse Demo," it was created by Los Angeles-based photographer Joe Capra, a guy who specializes in ultra-high-definition time-lapse photography.

If you don't have a 10K display handy, don't worry: the video zooms in to show you the level of quality the video has.

Wedding Photos Shot with a Lytro Light Field Camera

Earlier this month, we shared some sample photos showing how Lytro's Illum light field camera performed in capturing the NFC Championship game. Here's another look at the camera with a very different subject matter: wedding photographs.

First Sample Footage of the GoPro HERO4’s Upcoming 240FPS High-Def Slow Motion

GoPro is planning to release some firmware updates in February 2015 that will add new features to its HERO4 Black and Silver cameras. One of them in particular is 240FPS recording at 720p in the HERO4 Black, allowing the camera to shoot high definition and slow motion at the same time.

Brent Rose over at Gizmodo got his hands on the firmware update for an advanced look, and shot the sample video above at the 2015 Winter X Games. The footage was captured at 240fps and then played back at 24fps.