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Casio announces 10.1MP Exilim EX-Z1050 digital camera

Casio has announced its’ newest addition to the Exilim family of high pixel point-and-shoot digital cameras with the EX-Z1050. This 10.1MP has a few distinguishing differences between itself and the previous EX-Z1000 model. The first thing you might notice about the Z1050 is the smaller size. It’s a scant .95″ thick, with a width of 3.85″ and a length of ...

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V-Gear Auto Focus Webcam displays your acne in sharp focus

The V-Gear Talkcam Tracer Webcam is not like the other cams on the market with a grainy picture. The Talkcam uses auto-focus and zooming features to keep you looking your best…well, at least the most like yourself. The Tracer is a 1.3 megapixel camera also capable of displaying video at 30 frames per second. The 1.3 megapixel quality of the ...

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Olympus SP-550 Ultra Zoom Camera: World’s first 18x optical zoom

Some of these photos people take nowadays are pretty insane. True colors spur through our computer screens of things we never thought we would live to see such as the beautiful photograph of a drop of milk falling into coffee. Capitalizing on the popularity of super crisp and close up photos, Olympus announces its release of the worlds first 18x ...

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Microsoft releases Photo Info metadata editor

So while the world (maybe an exageration) is waiting for Windows Vista to be released, Microsoft has slipped out a little program titled Microsoft Photo Info. The names says it all. The program is meant for more serious digital photography buffs who want to edit the metadata of their photos from inside of Windows Explorer. It really has some nice ...

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Sony pushes Memory Stick Duo to 32GB, charges an arm and a leg

Why does Sony love its proprietary media storage formats so much? The list just goes on with UMD, Beatmax, MiniDisc, and the Memory Stick. There seems to be no real reason for all of this. All the proprietary formats do is cost the consumer more money. After the release of Sony’s CompactFlash compatable cameras, it seemed that Sony might be ...

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New Sony low/mid level cameras up the ante on features and price

Sony cameras have had quite strong reactions from techies everywhere. As with many other Sony products, the proprietary MemoryStick is Sony’s media card of choice. Sony has released a new line of low to mid range cameras that range in price of $150-$200, a 7 megapixel sensor is quite a nice feature for that price. Coupled with the large LCDs ...

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Oversized Ricoh 500SE delivers GPS, so what?

This product is definately directed at a very niche market. The Ricoh 500SE camera looks a bit oversized, but there is a good reason why. It has a built in GPS chipset inside of its camera body. Also, the body is big because it has been made for rugged use. If you’ve ever dropped a camera and it went kaput, ...

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Ditch that DSLR viewfinder with the Zigview S2

It’s one of the sacrifices that must be made to be a full convert to the DSLR ways: losing the live LCD preview. Using a DSLR means looking through the viewfinder, unless you are so talented that you can perfectly place your subjects in the right frame without even looking at a preview. If that is you, then you don’t ...

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Samsung i70 puts 2 in 1, PMP & Digital Camera

So this product by Samsung is being released alongside of every 99999 other products being released at CES. At first glance it looks like the next iteration of the new digital cameras aimed at kids that are sleek and look cool. Not so. Just take a look here: – 7.2 Megapixel resolution – 3x optical zoom lens – 3.0-inch LCD ...

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Brightec paper glows in the dark, brings back Halloween

Glow-in-the-dark. Everything that glows in the dark can be turned into a toy for little kids to play with. Then come the glow sticks. Way more fun, until someone decides that it might be really cool to cut it open, and most of the time, scissors aren’t around so they use their teeth. Good times. Now there is a glow-in-the-dark ...

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