With the appearance of the dual camera technology, the world of smartphone photography certainly got more interesting. But now, the latest leaked images of the upcoming Nokia phone show us that the number of cameras on a smartphone is about to reach five.
Remember Light L16, a weird-looking camera with 16 lenses? The same company has recently revealed that they plan to develop a smartphone with nine cameras. Yup, you read it well – nine cameras. Just like their L16 camera, the smartphone will also stitch multiple photos into a single large one, producing a 64MP image.
In March 2018, Huawei is bringing something new to the world of smartphone cameras. The Chinese company is launching the world’s first smartphone with three rear cameras. The triple-cam technology will offer a total resolution of 40 MP and 5x hybrid (optical and digital) zoom.
One of the trickier aspects to shooting video is dealing with multiple cameras, and more specifically having to match the colour and contrast of footage recorded by each of those cameras to each of the other cameras.
Well, in this video from IWLTBAP, your life’s about to get a whole lot easier. In it, we see how to use Photoshop to correct a frame of a clip from one camera, to a frame of a clip from another, using Photoshop’s Match Color feature and then export out a 3DLUT using their free LUT Generator.
In addition to its upcoming drone, GoPro has announced it is working on a dedicated spherical mount that will hold six of its Hero cameras and allow recording footage for virtual reality and augmented reality systems.
GoPro is also looking to simplify the working process and is developing software that will automatically sync videos from the camera to the cloud.