Here's an under-reported feature of iOS 7: you can finally zoom in while video recording now. It seems like it could get a little choppy, as you have to pinch to zoom while already recording video but from the looks of the video above shot by 9to5Mac, the results are pretty seamless.
I must admit, I scoffed when I saw that Capture's developers were recommending you placretheir app in your dock. "Who do they think they are?" I asked. Then I read more and realized this app definitely deserves a place.
Like attaching a pair of trainer-wheels to your bike, Steadycam Pro stabilizes recording video so you get a neater, less-wobbly result. How does it de-shake your videos? With the use of algorithms, but that's all developer Midnox is letting on. Do check out the video for a look at how much magic the app contains,…
With more and more cellphone videos showing up online, such as the following one showing what happens if you drive up a steep hill that's covered in ice, I think it's time for a PSA in video. Turn. Your. Phone. Sideways.
Qik's VideoCamera app isn't the first to give older iPhones video recording capabilities, but it could be the first to do it well enough for non-gimmick use. It'll record at 15fps with various real-time effects, including a Na'vi-inspired blue tint.
It's coming to both the Pre and Pixi in February, over software update. No new hardware is required. It also has an upload-to-YouTube feature.
Besides the fact that I think lots of gadgets should have kickstands, this new iPod Nano case is actually practical. The Kickster has a kickstand on the back that doubles as a handle for holding the Nano in video mode.
The newest iPod Nano is incontrovertibly a step up from last year's model, crammed with new features including a video camera. But can the Nano stay the same cool little player while simultaneously invading the Flip-cam market?
New iPod Nano in hand, we promptly tested the video camera and the crazy video-record filters. They're fun, but the camera itself is positioned awkwardly.
Previous versions of the UStream app for the iPhone only allowed you to stream video from the service. Their latest offering finally allows you to record and send video to the web.
It's not earth shattering info or anything, but the anonymous person behind InsideSprintnow claiming to be a Sprint customer care employee has divulged a few more tidbits about the Pam Pre.
It looks like the iPhone will record video this summer. Buried in the latest iPhone 3.0 beta is this screenshot of what's obviously the iPhone's still dormant video recording interface. UPDATED
DXG's new 567v looks designed to join Flip cam lookalikes in the YouTube camcorder game. But this candybar form-factor camera packs in a 5-megapixel CMOS sensor and records at 1280 x 720 pixels HD resolution at 30 frames per second: meaning it's far beyond YouTube's video requirements. Recording to SDHC cards, it also…
Qik's been doing live video streaming (think live YouTube) from Nokia S60 cellphones for a few months now, but Mobilecrunch has the scoop that they're expanding to Windows Mobile phones shortly. The support and partnership will be officially announced next week at Tech-Ed, which will give WM users the ability to…
It appears that the CrackBerry is set to be a little more crack-tastic. A Crackberry.com hands-on with the upcoming BlackBerry OS v4.3 has revealed that users will finally have the ability to record video. The new OS is already shipping on the 8130 and rumor has it that the Curve and the Pearl 8100 won't be far…