Tag Archives: digital cameras

LED Macro Ring For When Macro Mode Won’t Cut It

DSLR’s can be tricky when you’re trying to get those ultra-tight macro shots, especially without a detachable viewfinder, since your body has the tendancy to cast a shadow on your subject. If you don’t have the right lenses, you might as well be using a point and shoot. While a wide assortment of point and shoots take macro shots pretty ...

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Depth-Of-Field Becomes A Thought Of Yesterday With 12,616-Lens Camera Sensor

This type of technology is probably a good many years away, but what would it change in the world of photography? Imagine a camera featuring a huge array of sensors which use stereo photography to create a picture perfect depth-of-field, which you don’t need a forklift to carry around with you. This is what Stanford researchers have unveiled as a ...

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Studded Camera Strap For “Hardcore” Photographers

And we use the term “hardcore” very loosely here, since many consider the corporate ‘punk’-ness of Hot Topic to be hardcore. So for those Avril and Korn fans who buy their black gear from those sorts of trendy punk-lite shops, the Studded Camera Strap seems like something right up your alley. Especially if you prefer holding your camera, rather than ...

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Wi-Fi Umbrella Snaps Shots Of You At Your Soggiest

If you have an extra hand free to hold up an umbrella (and if not, there is always Nubrella), you might as well make it the coolest damn umbrella possible. The Wi-Fi Umbrella has a built-in camera which snaps shots of you as you stroll around town on a rainy day. The umbrella even allows you to upload the photos ...

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Keeping Your Camera Level With The iPhone

If you’ve ever been into photography, you know that composition plays a major part in determining whether your shot turns out just right, or ends in the trash pile. While you can buy a level at your local hardware store which will ensure your camera is sitting on a straight plain, now there is an iPhone-led alternative. Photographer Ben Long ...

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Lego Camera Mount Snaps The Pics

Lego bricks can be put together to accomplish almost any task as long as you have the right parts and mechanics. The Lego Camera Mount is a computer-controlled movable tripod on wheels. Using some strategically chosen Lego pieces, the creator of the Lego Camera Mount created a way for the mount to take photos on demand, while riding around on ...

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5.5 Terapixels, Huh?: Mis-Advertising Much

BREAKING NEWS! Chinese manufacturer Penchan has figured out how to make a cute little blue camera have 5.5 Terapixel resolution which equals about 5,500,000 megapixels. That makes this little camera thousands of times more sensitive than even the most high-tech cameras. How did they manage such a breakthrough? And why are there not more people talking about it? And we ...

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USB Digital Camera Pretends To Be Retro

Remember the days when certain colored people weren’t allowed in your local delicatessens and cameras still used film? Designer Sungwoo Park remembers. This conceptual USB Digital Camera pretends to be an analog camera, offering no viewfinder, no LCD display, and only one button, yet with the ability to transfer photos with a USB cable. The purpose is to gain ...

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Seitz 160-Megapixel Camera Is An Arm Full

Seitz has created a monster. This 160-megapixel 6 x 17 inch camera might be slightly, well who are we kidding, MUCH bigger than your average point and shoot, but at 160 MP, it could create prints the size of Mars. The camera itself looks like it takes an effort to lift. You have to figure it must be pretty heavy. ...

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