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mi VDO FX DV Cam Captures and Edits Video on the Spot

Posted in Digital Cameras,Digital Imaging,Digital Video by Reuben Drake on August 28th, 2007

mi VDO FX DV Cam lets you record pictures and video that you can edit with visual effects and musicThis unique looking mobile phone-like device is actually not any type of phone at all but is a small DV cam that lets you take photos and record video that you can edit right on the spot.

The mi VDO FX DV Cam sets itself apart from other similar devices through its ability to edit recorded video and add in 3 special FX style modes and up to 18 different visual effects to the footage. You can also add music to your video right on the device. It will even let you record music through a line-in from your MP3 player while recording the video, giving you an instant YouTube worthy clip without using your computer.

The camera retails for around $99 and features a 1.5″ color display, a …

PhotoVu reveals 19″ of wireless digital frame goodness

Posted in Digital Imaging,Wi-Fi by Nino Marchetti on July 26th, 2007

PhotoVu PV1965wHow wide is wide enough when it comes to a digital picture frame? What if that frame was also wireless? Those are the two main ideas behind the newly announced PhotoVu PV1965w ($1,199).

The PhotoVu PV1965w sports a 19-inch widescreen display capable of showing photos in a 16:10 format. The digital photo frame automatically resizes images sent to it wirelessly or through an attached USB device automatically to 1440 x 900. The PV1965w supports 802.11b wireless technology, though it can be upgraded to 802.11g as well. A recessed accessory pocket lets one connect portable storage devices such as USB flash drives.

Genius PenSketch 9X12 invites digital doodling

Posted in Digital Imaging,Genius,Pens by Nino Marchetti on July 24th, 2007

Genius PenSketch 9X12Genius, a division of KYE Systems, is releasing a new digital pad for artists, graphic designers and generally anyone who likes to digitally doodle. The Genius PenSketch 9X12 is priced at around $249 and should be available now.

The Genius PenSketch 9X12 is a pen tablet style digital pad for letting users sketch screen art and other forms of free-hand design. It has a large work area and is cordless so that users can work more comfortably. A rubber coated cordless pen with two programmable buttons can be put into the pen-holder when not in use. This pen can control all kinds of shapes and is built with 1024-level of pressure to make thickness control, editing and design easier to do.

Sony Net-sharing Cam Web video friendly

Posted in Camcorders,Digital Imaging,Sony by Nino Marchetti on July 17th, 2007

Sony Net-sharing CamSony’s hoping to hit up the wallets of social networkers and video bloggers everywhere with its unveiling today of a Web-focused, portable camcorder. The new Sony Net-sharing Cam is priced at around $200 and should be available in September.

The Sony Net-sharing Cam, which shoots video in the MPEG-4 recording format, can record about five hours of video onto a 2GB Memory Stick Pro Duo when default settings on the camcorder are enabled. It also can snap five-megapixel digital camera images and measures 1-3/16″ by 4-1/8″ by 2-1/4″.

Make Digital Photos from Slides and Negatives

Posted in Digital Imaging by Reuben Drake on June 11th, 2007

This gadget converts photo slides and negatives to digital picturesRemember when you had to take your film roll to the local Fotomat to get it developed? They would come back in an envelope with the negatives in the bottom just in case you needed to get the pictures developed again someday.

This device, apply named The Slide And Negative To Digital Picture Converter will scan those old 35mm negatives as well as slides and convert them into digital photos through your computer. Plug this converter into your USB port and use the included software to convert all of those pictures of you when you were even geekier than you are now into timeless digital photos.

It can scan up to 1829 dpi and uses a 5MP CMOS sensor to capture your slides or negatives.

Hammacher via CoolestGadgets

Smartparts SP15MW Digital Picture Frame

Posted in Digital Imaging,Home by Nino Marchetti on June 1st, 2007

Smartparts SP15MW Digital Picture FrameSmartparts is not a name which immediately rolls off the tongue when I think of consumer electronics. That name is sounding a little sweeter though with its unveiling of the SP15MW digital picture frame. What’s so cool about that you ask? How about the 15-inch display screen for starters.

That’s right – 15-inches of digital picture display goodness. That beats out many of the other digital photo frames on the market. Smartparts said in a press release the SP15MW also has a 24-bit display capable of showing over 16 million colors and supporting XGA (1024 x 768) resolution. In addition this frame can store up to 2,000 digital photos (JPEG) in its 256MB of internal memory, which looks to be expandable via support for a variety of media cards.

Other interesting features of note on the SP15MW include MP3 audio enjoyment through built-in speakers, …

Digital Photo Wallet

Posted in Digital Imaging by Reuben Drake on May 31st, 2007

Digital Photo WalletAt the risk of having a wallet that rivals the likes of George Costanza’s, Brookstone has a version that holds a small digital picture frame inside so you can carry around multiple pictures of your loved ones, 21st century style.

The Digital Photo Wallet is pretty much like any other leather bi-fold wallet except that it has a spot for a digital picture frame which can hold up to 50 digital photos inside your wallet. The picture frame shows photos on a 1.4″ LCD screen and the whole thing can be taken out of its place in the wallet to view or to connect to your computer through a USB connection in order to transfer files.

There’s also an included internal battery that recharges through the USB cable so there isn’t the need to buy or replace batteries. As a great Father’s Day gadget this Digital …

LG Unveils Color E-Paper

Posted in Digital Imaging,LG,News by Chetz on May 14th, 2007

LG develops electronic ink e-paperThe day when you will be able to flip pages on your newspaper while watching full motion video articles and ads may be sooner than you think. Yesterday LG Philips announced that it has successfully manufactured the first A4-size color electronic-paper capable of displaying up to 4,096 colors. The e-paper, which is a flexible thin sheet, measured 35.9 cm (14.1 inches) diagonally and is just 0.3 mm thick. LG also said that it had made its e-paper to be power smart and uses energy only when the image needs to change on the “page”.

E-paper works by using the electric charge to move electronic ink across a metal foil. Instead of using backlighting the e-paper reflects the light allowing for a greater field of angles (up to 180 degrees) to read the page from. LG Philips’ new e-paper also utilizes a color filter that …

The Polaroid Media Backup

Posted in Digital Imaging,Polaroid,Storage by Chetz on April 12th, 2007

Polaroid Media Backup CGA-02540The digital photography age hasn’t been kind to old school titans like Polaroid. The creators of the instant photo have taken a beating as digital cameras and photo quality printers hit the market and eliminated the need for dropping off your canister of film at the local photo department. However, this latest announcement from the company shows that there’s still innovation happening in their R&D department.

The Polaroid Media Backup CGA-02540 is perfect for anyone you know that is technophobic when it comes to downloading or transferring photos from one computer to another. When you plug this unit into your system’s USB it automatically searches for any digital photos, copies them to its 40 GB of storage and voila, instant backup. That’s it. No software to learn, no extra cables to clutter up your drawers, it all comes down to Polaroid’s ClickFree software.

It comes …

First Digital Cameras from GE

Posted in Digital Cameras,Digital Imaging,GE by Reuben Drake on March 10th, 2007

GE G-1 Digital Camera released by General ImagingToday, General Imaging launched its anticipated line of GE digital cameras.

This new line totaling 8 cameras is the first time the GE brand has been used on a consumer camera. Every camera offers the advanced features that we see in a lot of cameras these days. This includes image stabilization, red-eye removal, high ISO sensitivity, and panoramic stitching.

First off is the A Series of cameras. The most affordable of the bunch, these cameras are made for first-time buyers and offers the minimum. The E Series is for those who have had more experience with cameras. As with most average cameras on the market, cameras in this series offer a wide 3inch screen and 4x optical zoom. The G Series or G1 is the most compact of the line up. Made as a ‘point and shoot’ camera, this is perfect …

Nikon D40x Arrives in April

Posted in Digital Cameras,Digital Imaging,Nikon by Chetz on March 7th, 2007

Nikon announced the D40x digital cameraNikon has announced that it will release its new D40x digital camera in April. Replacing the entry-level D40 unit, the D40x will feature 10.2-megapixels of resolution (40% more than its earlier model), a greater sensitivity range (100-1600 ISO), continuous shooting (3 frames per second) and a 3-area AF system.

Measuring 5.0 x 2.5 x 3.7 inches and weighing 1 lb., 1 oz., the D40x has a dedicated help function button, 3D Color Matrix Metering II system and easy to understand graphic user interface. In-camera editing is as easy as pressing the retouch button. The camera also features manual and automatic modes and eight preset Digital Vari-Programs for JPGS and NEF picture taking. Red-eye color correction and D-lighting are also built-in.

Nikon will offer the D40x separately or as part of a kit which will include a 3x zoom 18-55m lens. The D40x …

Free space TV coming with the HelioDisplay

Posted in Digital Imaging,Television by Reuben Drake on March 6th, 2007

Free Space television with the HeliodisplayThe very same company that produced the M2 Heliodisplay mid-air projector has just come out with their latest project – the new M3/M3i Heliodisplay.

This nifty thing is basically a monitor that displays images in free space, just like those holograms of Princess Lea asking Obi Wan for help. With a viewing space of 30inches and a resolution of 1024×768, the display is quite blurry and not very stable. However, with advances this particular technology should become a big thing in the near future. Currently, this will set you back a very hefty price of $18,100 for the basic version and $19,400 for the interactive version.

Geekologie

Five megapixel binocular camera – BinoCam

Posted in Digital Cameras,Digital Imaging by Darrin Olson on January 28th, 2007

five megapixel binocular camera with LCD screenWe first saw this type of binocular/camera technology from Bushnell, but until now we haven’t seen a set of binoculars that have a 5 megapixel photo quality.

The Pro Viewer BinoCam has 8x mechanical zoom and can take photos and AVI video and show them on a 1.5 inch LCD screen as well as download them to your PC via a USB 1.1 interface. The camera has auto exposure and saves the pictures and video to an external SD card (no internal memory). Photos can be taken at two resolution settings, high at 1600 x 1200 or Low at 640 x 480.

The camera-binocular combo runs on 4 AAA batteries, weighs 1.3 pounds and measures about 6 inches long. The BinoCam retails for around $250 USD. Check out the cheesy infomercial describing the binocular camera:

Mustek Digital Touch Screen Picture Frame

Posted in Digital Imaging,Home by Darrin Olson on January 27th, 2007

Mustek Ality PF-T150 digital picture frame touchscreenThe new Mustek Ality picture frame has a few features that go a little beyond most of the digital picture frames we’ve seen.

This digital picture frame is made from a 15 inch touch screen which allows navigating the menu and settings directly on the picture. If you want to avoid fingerprints, there is also a wireless remote. The frame views images with a resolution of 1280 x 1024 and can be mounted on a wall.

Aside from being a pretty decent size and having a touch screen interface, this digital picture frame keeps bringing on the features with 2 built-in 3 watt speakers, 512MB of internal memory and the ability to transfer data via USB 2.0. The digital frame also can be powered by an AC adapter or rechargeable batteries. This is a real nice feature since having a power …

FujiFilm Unveils Additions to FinePix Digital Camera Line

Posted in Digital Cameras,Digital Imaging,Fujifilm,News by Darrin Olson on January 5th, 2007

Fujifilm Announces FinePix Digital Cameras, FinePix F40d, FinePix A800 and FinePix A610Yesterday at the CES in Las Vegas, Fujifilm accounced three more digital cameras in their FinePix lineup; the FinePix A800 (pictured top), the FinePix F40fd (pictured center), and the FinePix A610 (pictured bottom). These new digital cameras will be offered in addition to the A400, A500 and A700 models and will be available in the US in March of this year.

The FinePix F40fd, an 8.3 megapixel, 3x zoom camera which is expected to retail for around $299 USD is sporting a new facial recognition technology, in which the camera can recognize up to 10 faces anywhere inside the viewing frame in a slight fraction of second, and then focus on them appropriately. The company also boasts improved picture quality and color even in low light, due …