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Sony Xperia Z5 released in NZ through Spark
The flagship device is an operator exclusive for Spark and also comes with access to exclusive ‘Made for Bond’ themes and content
How to shoot great photos with a smartphone
Smartphone cameras have strengths and weaknesses. Knowing these, as well as some basic photography rules, can make a huge difference to phone photos.
Hands-on review: Garmin VIRB XE
The action cam genre has sprung up out of nowhere with compact, rugged but high quality video cameras becoming the must-have gadget.
D-Link's new IP surveillance cameras hit the market
D-Link has released a line of surveillance cameras optimised for businesses while still being simple to use and affordable.
Hands-on review: D-Link HD Wi-Fi camera review
Home security options are getting cheaper and easier-to-use all the time, and D-Link’s newest HD Wi-Fi camera packs a lot of great features in.
TomTom launches the Bandit Action Camera in NZ
We are excited to bring the TomTom Bandit to New Zealand. The Bandit action camera fits in perfectly with the active Kiwi lifestyle."
Nikon releases new high-performance lens
“By establishing the new standard for everyday travel photography experiences, the AF-S DX NIKKOR 16-80MM F/2.8-4E ED VR is set to be an essential."
TomTom aims to shake up camera market
The TomTom Bandit comes with a built-in media server, eliminating the need to download footage before being able to edit it.
GoPro and Kolor to take virtual reality to new heights
"Kolor's mission is to enable the ultimate visual experience - to transport an audience to another time and space. Joining GoPro makes this possible."
Technology downs retailer Camera & Camera
The ubiquitous nature of smartphones has taken a toll on camera retailer Camera & Camera, which has been placed into liquidation.
HTC releases RE camera in New Zealand
HTC’s new RE camera is now available in New Zealand. The camera is compatible with Android and iOS devices, compact and waterproof up to one metre.
Polaroid-style prints for iPhone and Android in the works
No WiFi, no Bluetooth. Users simply have to plug the device into their smartphone, snap a picture, and then print instantly; "any time, anywhere".
Dell attempts to beat out competition with new products
In a bid to outplay the competition, Dell has announced new products including a 3D camera and digital workspace.
Greyhounds and Gadgets
<p>I rarely I get to combine reviews about the two things I'm most passionate about - my two greyhounds and gadgets.</p>
Lacklands snaps up Nikon and Lowepro
The title for New Zealand’s leading imaging supplier could go to Lacklands LP with two leading photographic supply companies adding to their already extensive portfolio.
Review: Samsung Galaxy K Zoom
Is the Samsung Galaxy K Zoom the ultimate all in one phone camera for the discerning photographer or just another toy?
Car dashboard cameras on the rise...
Dashboard cameras are those small, inconspicuous cameras which can be mounted to the dash or attached to the rearview mirror in a range of vehicles.
Quality time with the Samsung NX300
But just a warning to the techno types out there – I’m more about the creative applications and capabilities in this review, than ticking the technical boxes.
Kiwi camera fights skin cancer
New Zealand developed camera technology for melanoma detection.
Samsung expands wi-fi camera range
Connectivity option answers trend towards camera-enabled smartphones.
How to get the best home movies
Who doesn’t love home videos? And although we now have the capability to film action on everything from our computers to our phones, if you’re a real movie buff then you definitely need a proper video camera for all of the best features and quality.
Think Lego is just for kids? Think again! This year, Lego is making itself relevant to young and old alike by introducing a new range of techno- toys that will tickle the fancy of the whole family.
Samsung offers new angle for camera market
Multi-view screen allows users to shoot high, low, and in reverse.