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Kodak Slice touchscreen digital camera

01/06/2010, [CES 2010] The touchscreen revolution is well underway even where digital cameras are concerned, and the latest among these would be the Kodak Slice which doubles up as an impromptu digital photo album as well. You get 2GB of internal memory, alongside a...

Lego Polaroid Camera Looks Fun

12/30/2009, This Lego Polaroid 1000 instant camera certainly looks cute, and certainly seems to merit a place amongst your other geek junk right. Apparently it doesn’t work (obviously), but it’s certainly a cute, fun and interesting looking design. Maybe...

YC-3300 Camera From PaPaLab

12/29/2009, The folks over at PaPaLab Co Ltd, a Japan-based venture firm specializing in image processing technologies, have come up with the YC-3300. Said camera is an industrial digital camera that is dubbed a “full-visible-color-gamut camera”, which is...

Futurepicture Uses An Array Of Cameras

12/19/2009, Take a quick look at the picture, and you’ll be forgiven for thinking this guy is just trying to be weird. That is actually a DIY plenoptic camera, which uses an array of microlenses to capture 4D lightfield data. Basically you’ll be getting...

New Four Thirds Camera From Panasonic?

12/16/2009, Is Panasonic lining up a new Four Thirds (not Micro Four Thirds) DSLR camera to be released sometime soon? From the patent application, you can see that it will have live view mode, along with the traditional optical viewfinder. Other specs include a CMOS...

Camera With 158 Lenses

12/14/2009, What would you do just to get into the Guinness World Records? You could always trying growing your fingernails for 20 years without cutting them to see if you get in, or you could come up with a camera that sports 158 lenses. That’s exactly what...

iPod touch to get camera in spring?

11/22/2009, Rumors of an iPod touch that has a camera have surfaced again, and this time it’s said that the device will be released in spring 2010, which is slightly unusual, considering that it’s outside of Apple’s typical upgrade cycle. Apparently...

Casio Exilim EX-G1, the first born in Casio’s Endurance line

11/18/2009, With the Exilim EX-G1, Casio enters in for in the rugged camera territory with a camera that can thrive in places where most cameras wouldn’t even survive. With its two-layer body (steel + polycarbonate), the Exilim EX-G1 is protected from shocks,...

Ricoh GXR camera is now official

11/10/2009, Looks like the Ricoh GXR has made it to official status, with the main focus of this camera being its lens units that will hold both a lens and a matching sensor within a sealed chassis. The whole idea behind this is to prevent dust bunnies from starting...

Ricoh mirrorless camera confirmed

11/09/2009, Looks like Ricoh is set to unveil their mirrorless camera this coming November 10th, which ought to get shutterbugs in the industry all worked up. No idea on pricing details though, but we’re pretty sure that this is going to break new ground and...

Homemade Medium Format Camera

11/01/2009, Ever want to own a professional-grade medium-format camera, but can’t afford one? Well, aside from winning the lottery, you could always walk the path of Peter Johansson, and build you own. He’s been generous enough to document the whole deal,...

Punch Camera concept

10/02/2009, The Punch Camera concept works differently from all other cameras since it will enable users to physically punch a rasterized image of their photo. The punched image is able to offer additional information, where it can be connected users to a digital...

Hasselblad H4D camera unveiled

09/28/2009, Hasselblad has rolled out its H4D camera, where it is touted to be one of the first cameras to feature a true off-center autofocus system, otherwise better known as True Focus. This puts it one up against DSLRs that often have to focus first, followed by...

Build An Image Stabilizer From Hard Drives

09/25/2009, Want to add an image stabilization feature to your camera? If you’re willing to take some time to build one, you could follow the instructions over at Instructables and build your own gyroscopic image stabilizer. It certainly doesn’t look like...