iFly lets your camera soar right along with your imagination. With it you can: • Boom from the floor to the ceiling and back • While walking • Pass your camera through small openings • All while panning and tilting the camera to keep your subject in frame.
If you’re a filmmaker or photographer and want to get photos or video from your camera or SD card onto your new Lightning dock enabled iPad 4 or iPad mini, Apple has a couple of cables that might be of interest to you.
The iPad mini plays host to a 5MP, 2592 x 1944 pixel sensor with auto-focus, but no LED flash. Video capture is 1080p at 30fps. Today's iPhone took one to a nearby farm park/garden center to snap some cute (and other not so attractive) animals.
It's easy to share your computer's screen from anywhere, but when it comes to your iPhone or iPad that's not the case. Fortunately, a clever method discovered by entrepreneur Matt Galligan offers a simple solution.
If you’ve ever wanted to make a short film using just your iPhone, Cinefy lets you quickly and easily add special effects and audio tracks to your projects, big or small. While it may not have the most robust editing abilities or SFX library, Cinefy gets high marks for having the easiest ever interface for editing your video.
Apple has made it really easy to edit home movies on your Mac thanks to the constantly refined iMovie app. But with the release of the iPhone and iPad, Apple went one step further and introduced a portable version of iMovie to enable you to edit on the go.
Boinx has updated iStopMotion to support the iPad Mini, and also increased the number of ways you can share your finished videos - adding Twitter and Facebook support. Movie files can be uploaded to YouTube or Dropbox.