And yes, it's actually pocket-size.
With image stabilization and cinematic slow-mo editing tools, this new 360-degree camera is a one-stop shooting machine.
And it's actually black this time.
The three-year-old camera sees its first overhaul, and not only is it a lot more powerful, it's priced within the reach of prosumers.
This $250 camera is smart enough to press the shutter button for you. Is that enough?
This compact dashboard camera isn't pretty, but it gets the job done when it comes to capturing all the things that happen out there on the road.
GoPro one ups its own top camera with the Hero6 Black and its superior stabilization and performance in the same small waterproof package as its predecessor.
Putting much of the RX100 V and more in a rugged, GoPro-sized body, Sony goes after photo- and videographers who want something better.
The company's latest spherical camera shoots in 4K and has four mics to capture spatial audio for more immersive video.
Running on Android, the LTE-connected camera can shoot, edit and share spherical photos and video.
Insta360's latest iPhone-compatible camera makes snapping in 4K VR a breeze.
It's doesn't give you the best image quality, but this pocketable iPhone-only 360-degree camera gets the job done.
The compact dual-lens camera is loaded with top-end features for capturing and streaming spherical video, but it's not priced that way.
No longer a big eyeball, the shrunken 360-degree camera has a better design, improved video and more phone support -- including iPhone.
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.