The Flir Duo and Duo R are two GoPro-sized thermal cameras designed to be used on drones.
The Kodak Super 8 film camera brings the fun of shooting 8mm film into the digital age.
Not only did the company announce a first for the action cam category at the show, but it brought its folding high-speed tricopter drone along for the ride.
Combining everything great about the Hero4 cameras and then some, the GoPro Hero5 Black is a no-compromise capture device for the ordinary and extraordinary.
The Samsung Gear 360 is great for simple 360-degree video and photos. You'll just need the right Galaxy phone and a Windows computer to get the most from it, right out of the box.
If a GoPro camera and a performance data recorder had a baby, it would be the new Horizon dashcam.
After fumbling on price with the original Hero Session, the company pulls out some solid upgrades to make round two immediately more appealing.
Along with steady and smooth 4K- and full HD-resolution video, the new cameras get an updated Live-View remote.
The company issues a new model with minor updates over the XC10.
Interchangeable EF and PL mounts also make the feature list.
An action cam with a lot of features, excellent video quality and a more affordable price, the YI 4K is undeniably a good deal.
The $5,000 six-camera setup might be aimed at professionals, but the hardware-software combination looks easy enough for beginners.
The 360fly 4K is just all-around a better camera than the original, and its excellent mobile app is a definite plus compared to competing cameras. You'll just have to be forgiving of its image quality.
The versatile Kodak Pixpro SP360 4K is a 360-degree camera and 4K-resolution action cam rolled into one. You'll need better software than what's provided to get the most from it, though.
You can use the waterproof, LTE-enabled action camera to record video privately, or press a button to share your adventures with the world.
What's it like to use a 360-degree camera designed to create virtual reality content? This is what we learned from using the Ozo.
The Revl Arc uses a motor and a team of sensors to make sure your video stays level while you shoot, and automatically edit clips when you're done.
The R1 Pro's video looks good, but the lack of telemetry information about speed and location limit this dashcam's output for litigation, and US insurance rules more generally lessen the need for this type of evidence.