Imagery

DIY: Matchbox Pinhole Camera

Here’s a nice way to make yourself a camera for almost no cost whatsoever. All you’ll need is a full and an empty roll of 35mm film, a matchbox, some black tape, and a bit of tin foil. The finished product leaves you with a camera capable of shooting pictures at f90, which mixed with some ISO100 film, should leave ...

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Meet the 416 MP digital camera

The previously unknown to us company, BetterLight, has created a new monster in the digital photography world. A 416 MP camera. There’s no typo there. Allow us to write it out phonetically to be sure. Four-hundred and sixteen megapixels! For our needs this is about 410 megapixels too many. But for companies who create wall sized prints for ads, the ...

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GE breaking into the digital camera market

General Electric announced its new venture into the digital camera market through a fleet of releases through General Imaging, a small manufacturer created by the former president of Olympus. GE will be producing a series of branded cameras, all with red eye removal and image stabilization, including a high end model called X-1 which will feature an 8 MP sensor, ...

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Takara Tomy’s Wonderful Shot: A camera for your canine

Taking photos of your pet over and over can become boring after the first 1000 shots or so. There’s only so many facial expressions most dogs make. But how about letting your dog be the photographer? The Wonderful Shot Dog Camera attaches to your dog’s collar, allowing your dog’s view to be your view. That makes us so happy. The ...

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Olympus P-1 DSLR teaser photos

Although not yet formally announced, the follow up to the Olympus E-1 is being codenamed P-1. Teasing us as they always do, here is some photos of the upcoming Olympus release. This thing looks solid as a rock and all of the knobs and buttons lead us to believe a feature full DSLR on the rise. The LCD screen can ...

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The most extreme camera test in the world: how tough are “tough” cameras?

When we talk about reviewing cameras, most people will think about the image quality, user interface, external design and so on. When those outdoor anti-drop anti-dust anti-splash cameras get reviewed, nobody seems to have the guts to actually test if the camera can really withstand what it claims it can. Chinese site PConline has tested the Olympus [mju:] 770 SW ...

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Panos Cube photo effect for Photoshop

Some really cool things can be done with Photoshop. Most people really don’t want to spend the money to purchase a plug-in to do something that you can supposedly do yourself. But dammit if it isn’t a whole lot easier. The Panos Cube effect from PanosFX allows Photoshop users to add pictures onto a cool looking cube graphic in 18 ...

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Possibly the world’s smallest camera stand

More and more people are taking pictures nowadays thanks to the invention of digital cameras, the biggest reason is that pictures come out free, you don’t have to print all of them, and you can always delete the ones you don’t like, as oppose to traditional film camera systems where you have to pay for ever press of the shutter ...

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