The wing-shaped drone is as easy to fly as -- if not easier than -- the company's quadcopters, so people without experience can explore their surroundings from the sky.
The first thing you should do after opening the camera is update its software.
The Nokia Ozo costs more than $45,000 when you include peripheral devices, but for video creators and filmmakers looking to make high-quality 360-degree VR video content, this solution is worth checking out.
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Olympic swimmer's claim that he and fellow athletes were robbed at gunpoint in Rio appears to unravel because of video footage. Indeed, Lochte has now been indicted.
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In addition to a minor update to its cheapest dSLR, Nikon brings its 18-55mm AF-P lenses to the US and announces new 70-300mm versions.
The company's bundle comes with some newer lenses and the updated Composer II mount.
With one of these snappers, capture better photographs and video from the start of the year to term-time.
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