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Samsung's Gear 360 Camera Is Out In Australia Today

Samsung’s Gear 360, a camera for creating, viewing and sharing 360-degree videos and images, was announced at MWC this year, and it’s now out in Australia. Designed to be used with the Gear VR and the Galaxy S7, Samsung says it wants to make virtual reality easy and accessible, and sees Gear 360 as a way to open up a new world for people seeking an immersive experience.

Would You Spend $70,000 On This Slo Mo Guys Painting?

The Slo Mo Guys create some of the most YouTube-y videos out there. Their shtick involves shooting and smashing things and filming them in slow motion, which is what online videos are all about really (besides cats).

Hasselblad's $12,000 Mirrorless Camera Is Utterly Absurd

Hasselblad just made a very exciting announcement for very rich, very enthusiastic photography nerds. And I have to admit, that even a not-so-wealthy nerd like me is aching at the site of the new X1D mirrorless camera. The selling point (if something this expensive can be said to have selling points) is that it has big medium format camera guts in a lightweight mirrorless body.

Nearly A Million Photographs Were Taken To Make This Unforgettable Timelapse

Video: If you have any hopes of ever creating a timelapse video better than photographer Keith Loutit’s The Lion City II – Majulah, you’d better start snapping photos soon. It took Keith over three years to capture the nearly one million photographs used to create this incredible video.

This Upside Down Video Of The Paris Flood Makes It Seem Like You're Underwater

Video: When you throw a GoPro on a fishing rod and toss it in the flooded Seine in Paris and then flip that footage upside down, you better be prepared for some interesting shots of the City of Light. Some of it is really cool, what you think is the real world gets all bendy and warped. Other parts can get a little bit dull, since it’s just dirty brown water covering your view.

Just Look At All The Gorgeous Guts Inside This Massive Canon Lens

Video: When you’re trying to convince photographers that an $15,000 camera lens is a worthy investment, sometimes you need more than a list of specs. So Canon created a short stop-motion video of its EF 200-400mm f/4L IS USM lens disassembling itself and revealing all of its wonderfully complicated internal components.

The Best Drone Footage Of The Year So Far

Video: The New York City Drone Film Festival put together this compilation video using footage from the official selections of the festival, and it’s really cool to see. Sure, drones can be occasionally annoying when they’re buzzing around your picnic at the park — but when they’re controlled by the right hands, they can capture some truly astonishing angles on things in the world around us.

Watch A Fool Destroy An Expensive Cinema Camera

Video: Getting a buttery smooth tracking shot requires special camera gear, like a Steadicam rig. It also requires a skilled operator, very unlike the man in this video. Demonstrating a stabilising rig at the recent Cine Gear Expo in LA, he failed to keep a secure hold on the Arri digital cinema camera it was supporting, resulting in an incredibly expensive mistake.

Polaroid's Action Camera Now Has A Shot Glass Adaptor For Documenting Your Drinks

It can’t compete with GoPro’s offerings when it comes to image quality, but the Polaroid Cube action cam can do one thing well. The tiny form factor makes it easier to stick it wherever you need to capture your extreme activities — or a night of bar crawling with this new shot glass accessory.

Watch An Awesome Tree House Get Built In This Time Lapse

Any type of tree house rules. Throw a shanty on a tree trunk and the world immediately becomes a beautiful place. This tree house, though? This tree house is legitimately awesome. In the woods and next to the water, it has a bridge, windows, a deck, and basically everything you ever wanted in a tree house.

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