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Leaked photo of Nikon’s mirrorless camera sensor

07/22/2011, With mirrorless cameras now supporting the ability to have interchangeable lenses, which seem to largely appeal to the prosumer market, it wouldn’t exactly be a surprise to see big camera companies such as Nikon or Canon to start venturing down that...

Toshiba’s 1.12 micrometer pixel CMOS sensor launched

07/08/2011, Cameras on phones have come a long way since they were first introduced; from being able to capture photos in VGA to a whopping 8 megapixels that we are starting to see in some of the newer smartphones today. Most photography experts will tell you that...

DIY camera takes Lomo-like photographs

07/08/2011, If the thought of making your own camera sounds ludicrous, perhaps this DIY camera that was made out laser-cut acrylic parts and scavenged lenses may change your mind. If fact, Kit Man of Kit Da Studio is even providing the AI template file that he used,...

Hipstamatic releases Cowboys & Aliens freepak

07/06/2011, iPhone users should be familiar with the Hipstamatic app by now. For those unfamiliar, Hipstamatic is a photography app found on iOS devices that allows the different combinations of film, lens and camera flash effects to create truly unique looking...

Play with camera settings using CameraSim’s online simulator

07/06/2011, So you’ve just bought yourself a brand new camera, or perhaps it was given to you as a gift, but like all budding amateur photographers, the dials, the numbers and the deep menus will probably confuse you quite a bit. So instead of poring through the...

Icelandic pop star’s dress is made out of QR codes

07/05/2011, Iceland has a pop star, Kali, who like Lady Gaga, is known for her outrageous costumes, so instead of dressing up in dress that has been made out of meat, she has instead decided to put on a dress that is not only less of an eye-sore, but is also composed...

Nikon Prototype/Concept Cameras On Display In France

06/28/2011, Cameras have evolved throughout the years, as most technology does. Externally however, camera design has not really been that radical, unlike the technology used inside the cameras, which have come a long way from its humble beginnings. If you take a...

Lytro Camera Lets You Shoot First, Focus Later

06/22/2011, Autofocus speed is key when you’re trying to take photos of things in motion, like a sporting event, wildlife or candid photos which is why sometimes camera users from both the point-and-shoot and DSLR camera spectrum find themselves frustrated and...

Leaked Photos Of The New Olympus PEN Mini

06/20/2011, Camera and photography enthusiasts should be familiar with Olympus’s PEN series which is part of their micro-four-thirds line up and was supposed to bridge the gap between compact point and shoot styled cameras and the bigger and sometimes heavier...

Ever Wondered What 50 UV Lenses Stacked Together Would Look Like?

06/17/2011, UV lens filters were designed to reduce haziness in photos that is generated by the ultraviolet light, sometimes creating a “warmer” photo and in some instances protecting the lens from grubby fingers and accidental knocks. So ever wonder what...

3D cameras removed from Mars rover

03/28/2011, For those of you who were hoping to watch 3D footage from NASA’s Mars expedition later this year, you’re out of luck. NASA announced that they have ditched the plans to include 3D cameras on the Mars rover, Curiosity. James Cameron, the...

Five New Samsung NX Lenses

02/21/2011, Samsung is launching five new lenses for its NX Series of mirror-less cameras, porting the number of lenses to 10 for that system. The lenses also feature Samsung’s i-Function that lets the user use one physical control (a ring on the lens) to tweak...

Casio EX-G1 review

11/18/2010, Feel free to jump at this camera and put it through the wringer – no worries, it can take it. Casio’s Exilim EX-G1 rides the wave of rugged adventure cameras that are shock-absorbent, waterproof, and cold-resistant. You can drop it from up to...