Tag Archives: digital cameras

T-Mobile Launches Motorola ZN5 Cameraphone

Normally, we don’t post about new cellphones on Gearfuse. The one exception is when we feel a cellphone boasts above-average features that will help its user and the Motorola ZN5 is no exception. It has a built-in 5-megapixel camera that’s optimized for low light shooting conditions. Also featured is a Xenon flash, auto-focus, panorama shooting mode and a 2.4-inch LCD. ...

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It’s Getting Cold, Bundle Up Your Camera Lens

Here’s an easy way to not only make your giant camera lens more portable but also mask it from unsuspecting wildlife. LensCoats are custom lens covers that are available for a wide variety of lenses and extenders. It offers protection from bumps, jars and nicks, while also providing a thermal barrier which protects your equipment from becoming frozen in ice. ...

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Stunning High Speed Arduino Photography

Who would have thought that our favorite microcontroller, the Arduino Duemilanove, could be used for taking incredible pictures with high speed photography techniques? Using a laser and sensors, this photographer used an Arduino to capture these amazing photographs. Can you believe that’s paint? Hit the jump for more unbelievable photos.

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The Bowler DSLR Bag Pays Homage To Lebowski

The Dude doesn’t like the fucking Eagles, man, but he sure does love to bowl. “Capture” the feel of The Big Lebowski with this DSLR bag from Acme Made. At $40, it’s one of the most inexpensive camera bags available and it clearly would put you on The Jesus’ good side. Though there’s not a lot of room for lenses ...

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The Lumbering Contraption Of Nose Picking

In light of this coming Sunday’s Handcar Regatta, a race of human-powered rail-track creations, the team over at Almost Scientific have created a ginormous 10 feet tall 10 feet wide hamster wheel they’re calling the Lumbering Contraption. What purpose does it serve? Well, it controls a slew of doohickeys that mobilize a giant nose picking machine. Weird, right? If only ...

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A Coffee Mug That Tastes Of Scenery

I bet you’re wondering what happened to the lens that was replaced with a Pringles can for that DIY project posted the other day. Turns out, that lens turned up on the Internet as a coffee mug. Express your love of photography and caffeine simultaneously as you pour your daily Colombian coffee into this camera lens. Unfortunately, it’s just a ...

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Microsoft Brings Photosynth To Prime Time

Microsoft might make shitty operating systems but the company continues to innovate in other areas of the technology world. I haven’t heard of any Photosynth news for probably a year and now I wake up and Microsoft has pushed it out to the entire world. Photosynth works by taking batches of photographs and stitching them into a 3-D environment. You ...

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The Camera You Can Roll Under Any Skirt

This might look like a miniature Death Star but, in actuality, it’s a top secret spy cam. The DVR CamBall is the first ever digital video camera and MP3 player that’s as small as a ping-pong ball and able to record at 320240 or 640480 resolutions. What better way to sneak a camera into top-secret facilities than to roll it ...

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Spy Kite Soars Into Ladies Dressing Room

Listen, there’s no time to explain. Government agents are looking for you. They’ll blend in, disappear and even take the persona of family and friends. Before you know it, your own dog could be working for the feds. You’ll need eyes everywhere. That’s where the Delta spy kite comes in. A kite with a camera capable of snapping photos from ...

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Photos Down Under(water)

I’ve never heard of Liquid Image before but here’s a gadget it created that looks to be lots of fun underwater. It’s the Camera Diving Mask and it sells for around $115. This isn’t a cheap piece of junk you’ll find at KB Toys either. With a 5-megapixel or 3.1-megapixel sensor, 16MB of internal storage and a microSD slot, it’s ...

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