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ModPocket Camera Tripod: Capturing The Shot From Your Keychain

The ModPocket Camera Tripod is literally pint sized. Small enough to carry around in your pocket, hooked right on to your key chain. The hinged ModPocket allows you to adjust your camera angle anywhere you roam. Well, unless you’re deep sea diving or something. Spiderbrace WISHES it was pocket sized. There are countless times I wish I hap a tripod ...

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Photosimile 5000 Provides An Ebay Studio

If you manage an online business, whether it be on Ebay or some other merchant site, you know that having well-shot photos of your products is great for catching customers attention. The Photosimile 5000 provides an all-in-one studio for photographing your products. The Photosimile, a 28-inch cube illuminated by 6,500K daylight bulbs, connects to your computer via USB, with the ...

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Diving Mask Camera Takes A Look Under The Sea

This sexy Liquid Image Digital Underwater Camera records images and video as you swim around your swimming pool or in the ocean. Nobody is safe anymore. Available in two difference varieties. An adult-version which features a 5 MP CMOS camera, and a smaller version featuring a 3 MP camera. The lenses of the goggles feature cross hairs which help you ...

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Watch Mommy And Daddy Frolic With R/C Spy Video Car

You can tell by the devious smile on the little pictured brats face that he is just waiting to watch his sister undress or something equally disgusting. Screw you, kid. Get a life. Use your R/C Spy Video Car for more beneficial purposes, such as finding where your mom hid your x-mas presents. This guy can transmit video from up ...

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Sony GPS unit adds a location to the image

As you sit and look through your old photos, your bound to come across a few that make you debate whether you are a flagrant alcoholic. Where the hell was this picture taken and why are my balls taped to my ass? Sound familiar? Anybody? Well, then. The Sony GPS-CS1KA GPS allows for you to add in a location to ...

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Detatched Viewfinder For Detached Photographers

One of the things that holds back most D-SLR cameras is the lack of a built-in on-screen viewfinder. We still have to rely on having the camera right up by our face to snap a shot. The Zigview S2 Digital Viewfinder lets you control the shutter and see what your shooting from a distance. As long as you have a ...

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NEC Camera Powered By Lightbulbs

NEC has developed a prototype for a wireless security camera that run off of the power generated by fluorescent light bulbs. The camera just needs to be hung on the ceiling in close proximity to a florescent light source, where it is connected with a wire with a ring-like adapter on the other end. The flourecent light produces energy ...

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GPS-enabled Cameras Coming In 2008?

Kanwar Chadha, founder of GPS chip designer SiRF, has predicted that we could be seeing the first GPS-enabled digital cameras become available in some point of 2008. Chadha says “Most (camera makers) are seriously planning location-enabled cameras. The first you’ll see next year.” While this should be taken as soley a rumor so far, seeing as Chadha does have quite ...

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Sony CMOS Camera Made For Cars

Sony has developed a CMOS camera to be integrated into the Nissan “around view monitor”, which displays an overhead view of a vehicle with four cameras video system. The 23.4 23.4 21.7mm camera will offer 1.3 MP, 30 frame rate per second, with a 186.2 view in a horizontal direction and 147 in a vertical direction. We guess ...

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Add SLR Lenses To Your Video Camera

Instead of worrying about buying an assortment of custom lenses for your video camera, why not just add your own SLR lenses on to the one you already own. The problem with adding multiple lenses is that your display winds up upside down because of all of the mirrored images. Joshua Reich fixes this problem with a few harmless tweaks ...

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