Articles about Camera (page 5)

RefCam Uses GoPro To Give Sports Fans An Unprecedented Look At Rugby
Fans of sports have always been trying their best to get as close to the action as they possibly could. They buy tickets to games with the closest seat possible and buy the largest HDTVs so they can see every bit of the action as close as possible. One thing that has yet to be considered in sports is to strap a camera on the referee since they’re always in […]

Fujitsu Prototypes Tablet That Watches You Type A Nonexistent Keyboard
We’ve seen a number of prototypes over the years where lasers are used to project a keyboard on a surface so the user could type their virtual keys so the device can recognize what is being written. But what if lasers or physical keyboards weren’t necessary at all, instead, allowing our tablets or smartphones watch our fingers to translate what we want to write? That’s exactly what Fujitsu is prototyping […]

BallCam Football Captures Rotating Video To Create Steady Images
We know when it comes to photographers and videographers, getting the perfect angle at the perfect time is what drives them when they’re trying to capture their subject. But if someone wanted to capture video from something throwable, let’s say a football, the only way that may work is if you strap a camera to the football. Now, you could just buy the BallCam.BallCam is exactly what it sounds like […]

Sony A58 Photos Leaked
Hot on the heels of the newly leaked Sony NEX-3n photos are the Sony A58 photos, which for those unfamiliar with Sony’s camera lineup, the A58 is expected to be part of Sony’s SLT range and will target the more professional photographer. Either way this is not the first time we’ve heard of the A58 as there have been rumors in the past about the existence of this device, and […]

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New Sony NEX-3n Photos Spotted
The other day we spotted a photo of the upcoming Sony NEX-3n digital camera, and if you’re hankering for more photos of the device, the folks at Digicaminfo have gotten their hands on more photos of the camera, this time posing in white and in rather official looking photos. The specs have not been confirmed yet, but if you have been following the Sony NEX-3n rumors, word has it that […]

Robot Penguin Spies On Penguin Colonies
You know what they say – when in Rome, do as the Romans do. Well, what happens when you want to get a closer look at how a waddle of penguins interact with one another? Dressing up in a penguin suit is a bird brained idea, so a BBC documentary team decided to release 50 spycams into such penguin colonies, where among them include cameras which functioned as eyes for […]

Sony NEX-3n Image Spotted
So Sony does seem to be on the busy side of things this year, what with the supposed February 20th announcement of the new Sony Playstation 4. Well, earlier this morning we mentioned something about the very same date being the platform of announcement for a new bunch of Sony cameras, and perhaps this would also mean the Sony NEX-3n that you see above will receive a standing ovation in […]

HTC Teases Something Camera-Related
HTC has posted a very informative blog post about the history of photography. In it, HTC details the early development of photography, starting with the Daguerreotype, considered as the first commercially successful photographic process developed in 1839. HTC continues by writing about the first use of the “Kodak” trademark by the Eastman Dry Plate Company in 1887, as well as the $1 Brownie camera in 1990 that introduced photography to […]

Ricoh Omnidirectional Camera
One look at the Ricoh omnidirectional camera that allows it to capture a 360° photo which will subsequently be followed by it sending that image to your smartphone, will more or less remind you of that weird snake-like creature in Prometheus that proved to be the precursor to the famous Facehugger. Good thing this omnidirectional camera will not spurt out acid-blood when broken in half, as all that will be […]

Pentax WG-10 Point And Shoot Camera Announced
Pentax also unveiled its 14th generation WG-10 camera that offers a professional set of features under a portable and compact design. Pentax wants to go beyond the traditional point and shoot cameras. With the WG-10, Pentax built an ideal option for on-the-go shooters who are in need of a capable yet sturdy image and video capturing device. The WG-10 is waterproof and can survive depths of up to 33 feet. […]

Nikon's Coolpix P520 Camera Boasts 42X Optical Zoom Lens
Nikon recently announced a slew of new Coolpix cameras that are perfect for capturing everyday moments, even during times of adventure. Apart from the Coolpix AW110/ AW110s shooters, Nikon also announced the Coolpix P520, a camera that boasts a 42x optical zoom-NIKKOR glass lens with a zoom ranging from a wide 24mm to a whopping 1000mm, not to mention that the lens are outfitted with what Nikon calls a Vibration Reduction technology. […]

Olympus OM-D E-M5 Review
 A small and lightweight camera with a grown-up feature set, delivering professional results – that’s the holy grail of digital photography. With the OM-D E-M5, Olympus aims to get close: the camera, touted as “groundbreaking” and “revolutionary,” offers many features of a full-fledged SLR in the small package of a Micro Four Thirds camera. Weighing just 425 grams (0.94 lb), the E-M5 accepts a large number of different lenses, takes […]

Swann Bolt HD Waterproof Mini Action Camera Launched
Security monitoring solutions provider, Swann, is launching its newest high definition action camera dubbed as the Bolt HD. Built for extremists, the Bolt HD is a mini HD camera and DVR combo that is also rugged and waterproof. It sports a camera that is capable of recording real-time 1080p Full-HD high resolution videos and 12-megapixel still images. The Bolt HD also has a nifty laser pointer to help users accurately capture shots, […]

Antique Camera Carried Century Old Photos
You know what they say, old is gold, and this could not ring any truer for a local photographer who picked up an antique camera that was actually loaded with vintage photographs from the era of the World War I. Anton Orlov, an analog photographer enthusiast who resides in the University City area in San Diego picked up a 1901 Bellini Jumelle photo camera at an antique shop near Los […]