Imagery

Stick It: The Gorillapad Camera Tripod

Have you ever been out with your digital camera and wish you had a tripod? It’s happened to me many times and while a tripod can dramatically improve your shot, they’re just not practical to carry around. Enter the Gorillapad. This tripod uses a “viscoelastic morphing polymer base” to stick to almost any surface, effectively turning anything into a usable ...

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Paparazzi: New iPhone Game Brings Facebook Into The Mix

Paris Hilton. Britney Spears. Lindsay Lohan. What do these three beautiful women have in common? Ah yes, they’ve all flashed their vagina for the paparazzi. Lovely. Wouldn’t you love to be a member of the paparazzi sans citations for stalking from the LAPD? Of course you would. That’s why you need to check out this new game based on the ...

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Quick Review: Samsung Memoir From T-Mobile

Ah, yes. The Samsung Memoir from T-Mobile. It was to lead the charge of the next-generation of cellphones. After all, it has a touchscreen, 3G speeds, an 8-megapixel camera and a variety of other features built-in so it must be good, right? Maybe. The Samsung Memoir, on paper, appears to the hottest phone to hit the market since Apple’s baby ...

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Ricoh CX1 Digital Camera

I often choose not to write about the thousands of digital cameras that come out each week due to the fact that you can simply walk into your local Walmart, slap down $120 and walk out with some 10.1-megapixel compact shooter. Who needs to learn about how many 8, 9 or 10-MP cameras came out with the same crappy features? ...

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LEGO Electronics

Your kids will be going crazy later this year, as LEGO will be coming out with its own line of consumer electronics such as digital cameras, walkie talkies and a whole lot more. Electronics company Digital Blue will partner with LEGO to create the devices, which will feature design that draws from LEGO bricks. You won’t be able to break ...

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Magnetic iPhone Lenses

While I’m not quite sure why anyone would consider the iPhone as an acceptable camera, perhaps some of you would beg to differ. Consider picking up these three lenses from USB Fever that will add a little kick to your photos. There’s a fisheye lens, a wide-angle lens, and a telephoto lens that all attach to your iPhone’s camera magnetically. ...

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JVC Mega Storage Everio Camcorder

I’m tired of my camcorder running out of room. If only there was a camera that was capable of storing over 50 gigs of my Benny Hill impersonations. What’s this? JVC announces two new cameras that have larger hard drives than my desktop PC. The JVC Everio GZ-MG840 and GZ-MG880, both capable of 720×480 wide format DVD-resolution video and a ...

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Once In A Lifetime: Meteors In Canada

So there’s not exactly a lot of background on this video but from what I can gather, this is a police officer’s dashcam capturing a meteor falling in the sky over Edmonton, Canada. It’s quite the sight to see, considering that I’d be thinking about complete Armageddon if the sky lit up like that around here. I have yet to ...

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A Camera Tripod That’ll Blow Your Mind

OK, so I’ve had a nice DSLR for a few years, as well as some point-and-shoot cameras. The problem is, I hardly ever bring them out for shoots since you need to bring a tripod and tripods suck. They’re cumbersome; a real pain in the ass to carry. Luckily, there’s a product for ten bucks that isn’t a concept and ...

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Sony’s High Quality Camera For Cellphones

Today, Sony announced its new breakthrough in cellphone cameras with a camera that’s as powerful, if not more, than my handheld Canon. It’s managed to shrink the size of the sensor down so much, that a 12.25-megapixel, 28mm equivalent CMOS camera can now fit within a cellphone. On top of image quality and detail comparable to most point and shoot ...

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