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Remote Pet Feeding Camera Kit For Spying On Fido

Posted in Pets by Conner Flynn on June 9th, 2009

Remote Pet Feeding Camera Kit For Spying On FidoIf you can’t bear the thought of leaving your dog home alone, or just like to spy on your pooch, this device is for you. In addition to feeding your own doggy voyeurism, you’ll also be able to feed him remotely thanks to the Remote Pet Feeding Viewing Camera Kit.

As long as you’re connected to an Internet line and have remote access to your home computer, you will be able to watch Fido’s every move and make sure he is well fed with this autofeeder, which features a dishwasher-safe bowl, 24-hour programmable timer and a non-chewable cord.

Wii gets camera motion gaming too

Posted in Wii by Conner Flynn on June 4th, 2009

Wii gets camera motion gaming tooWii can haz Project Natal tu? Yep. But it isn’t coming from Nintendo. The Wii will soon get camera-based, Project Natal-like motion sensing for at least one fitness game. From Ubisoft. It’s called “Your Shape”.

Ubisoft’s version is like a Project Natal Lite. That’s because it’s a game accessory, not a system accessory. It tracks some motion, but not all. In fact, not much. Your body is used more for feedback than game control. Video below.

Nyko Zoom Case for Nintendo DSi

Posted in Nintendo DSi by Conner Flynn on June 1st, 2009

Nyko Zoom Case for Nintendo DSiAs you can see from the above pic, the Nyko Zoom Case for the DSi makes sure that you will never call it a portable again. Supposedly, it will add 8x zoom to the built-in 640 x 460 camera. Which is nice, I guess. So long as you don’t want to put it in your pocket.

C’mon, who’s trying to take good pictures with their DSi? Apparently you can remove the lens from the Zoom Case, thereby castrating your DSi just as it has hit puberty and discovered it’s first erection. We don’t have any pricing or release date information just yet, but we’ll pass it along when we do.

SoftBank’s Sharp 10MP camera phone

Posted in Mobile Phones by Conner Flynn on May 31st, 2009

SoftBank’s Sharp 10MP camera phoneSoftBank has rolled out the Sharp AQUOS SHOT 933SH 3G camera phone, equipped with a 10-megapixel CCD camera. It measures 110.6mm × 51mm × 16.7mm and weights in at 127grams. In the color shown above it’s also pretty colorful and fruity.

The phone also features a 3.3-inch VGA (854 x 480) wide LCD display, a 0.8-inch OLED sub-display, up to ISO 12800, 1-Seg support, GPS, Bluetooth connectivity, global roaming service, and video recording up to 10MB capacity. It’s available in Ivory, Black, White, Bordo and Blue. How much will the Sharp AQUOS SHOT 933SH cost you?

Email ‘N Walk iPhone app

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on May 25th, 2009

Email ‘N Walk iPhone appEmail ‘N Walk is a new iPhone app that’s designed to replace the plain white background of the email application into a live view of the camera. It’s for those types who write email while walking. Great for watching where you’re going through the camera lens.

That will help you to not walk into lamp-posts, capture the cute rear of a girl in front of you, or get a shot of that rare rogue chicken that crosses your path before it crosses the road. There’s also the occasional roadkill, which will look great as a background.

Nokia launches 6600i slide with US 3G, 5MP camera

Posted in Nokia by Conner Flynn on May 20th, 2009

Nokia launches 6600i slide with US 3G, 5MP cameraOn Tuesday Nokia added the 6600i slide to its roster. It’s Nokia’s smallest slider yet, with a 5-megapixel camera that includes dual LED flashes. That brushed-metal housing should get your slider some attention. It also has a tap interface for quickly waking the phone, muting alerts and ringtones, as well as turning down calls.

The phone accepts microSDHC cards up to 16GB and has both a 1GB card in the box and a combo headset, FM radio and mic. Expect it to ship to “select markets” this summer for 200 Euros ($272) before carrier discounts.

Citizen AIBATO M Bluetooth watch controls your camera

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on May 19th, 2009

Citizen AIBATO M Bluetooth watch controls your cameraCitizen has announced a new Bluetooth watch, the AIBATO M. What’s interesting about this one is that it wirelessly connects to your cellphone and can, with selected handsets, remotely trigger the camera, browse emails and show call and message alerts. It comes in two colors. Black (with a rubber strap) and silver (with a metal strap).

The watches charge using an included desk-stand. A full battery is good for up to five days. It will give you audio and visual alerts and can even vibrate. Various Sharp and Softbank handsets are supported, but it’s unclear whether it will also work without the more complex camera control on other devices.

Sharp AQUOS SHOT 933SH

Posted in Sharp by Conner Flynn on May 19th, 2009

Sharp AQUOS SHOT 933SHSharp is offering another handset for SoftBank Mobile. This one is unsure if it’s a phone or a camera. The AQUOS SHOT 933SH. The most interesting aspect of it is the 10-megapixel low-noise CCD sensor that was specially designed to make it as simple to use as a standard digital camera, thanks to its rotating touchscreen display.

Just flip it around and you’re ready to start capturing your subject. Turn the camera function off and you have a 3.3″ WVGA display alongside global roaming capability. Nothing on price, but it launches in May.

[Engadget]

Details of Sony a230, a330, and a380 DSLRs emerge

Posted in Sony by Shane McGlaun on May 18th, 2009

sonya230-sbSony has been offering its line of Alpha DSLR cameras for a while now. Many of its cameras are not targeted at entry-level DSLR users in price of features. Sony has announced full details for its new DSLR cameras including the a230, a330, and a380 cameras.

We talked a bit about the cameras earlier this month, but at the time no details were available. We now know that the a230 and the a330 are both 10.2-megapixel cameras. The a230 is being billed as the lightest and most compact DSLR camera body ever offered at 15.9-ounces.

Future iPods rumored to get cameras like the iPhone

Posted in iPod by Conner Flynn on May 17th, 2009

4th Gen 8GB iPod NanoAccording to a new report, Apple may be planning to add camera functionality to a couple of its next-generation iPod models. The report also claims that upcoming iPhones will retain the handsets’ existing size and form factor.

Hardmac, the English-language version of France’s MacBidouille, cites that Apple’s new line of iPod touch and iPod nano players, when launched in September of this year, will have video recording capabilities. While a compact iPod nano with a built-in camera seems foolish, we try to keep an open mind around here.

LG preparing mobile phone with 12 MP camera

Posted in LG by Conner Flynn on May 15th, 2009

LG preparing mobile phone with 12 MP cameraLooks like LG will be releasing a new 12-megapixel cell phone later in the year. Take it with a grain of salt, but it could very well happen. 12-megapixels will likely replace the new 8-megapixel camera phones that are all over the market.

Sure, the lens isn’t up to par with those of a standard digital camera, but it’s always a march forward. Lens tech will just have to catch up. Who cares if those extra MP are useless?

Sony prepping Alpha A230, A330, A380 SLRs

Posted in Cameras by Conner Flynn on May 7th, 2009

Sony prepping Alpha A230, A330, A380 SLRsSony is preparing not one, not two, but three entry-level Alpha digital SLRs for a launch in the near future. A drop-down menu on the company’s UK support page gives it away, revealing the A330 and two lenses (50mm and 18-55mm) when choosing from cameras, plus an analyst’s Twitter update has also revealed the existence of the A230 and the A380. No details about either of these cameras.

Apparently the models are all direct upgrades to the A200, A300 and A350. The A200 and A300 have been entry-level models with fixed (A200) and swivel (A300) LCDs with 10.2-megapixel sensors and live view on the A300. The A350 has largely been a higher-resolution version of the A300.

Pentax offers new camera instant rebates

Posted in Pentax by Shane McGlaun on May 1st, 2009

pentaxx70-sbIt’s graduation time of year and that means that for many parents and other people with relatives graduating high school or college it is time to be looking for a graduation gift. Mothers Day will also be here soon and moms like to take pictures of stuff so a great gift idea is a camera of some sort.

If you are looking to spend the money to get a camera that is decent, Pentax is offering instant rebates on a couple of its cameras that will both make great gifts. The Pentax X70 is a point-and-shoot camera that offers a 24x optical zoom lens.

Mini Canon EOS 450D is a USB flash drive

Posted in USB Flash Drives by Conner Flynn on April 20th, 2009

Mini Canon EOS 450D is a USB flash driveThis 2GB flash drive is just a few inches wide, but it’s full of intricate details, even lens markings and a viewscreen that we hope can actually light up. The lens is removable and has a USB jack inside. It’s awesome. It’s neat. Cool. Dare I say it? It’s adorable.

It comes with an extension cord to fit it into your USB port. Apparently it’s a promotional item from Canon, which is why you’ve never seen one. But you may be able to find one on eBay. You’ll pay dearly for it(there’s one up right now for $103).

LED Dragonfly streetlamp with a built in camera

Posted in LED by Conner Flynn on April 16th, 2009

LED Dragonfly streetlamp with a built in cameraWhen was the last time you saw a streetlamp as unique as this one? It’s cool just the way it is, but when you realize that all four wings have LEDs in them, you see it’s true potential. Not just as art, but as a crime prevention tool as well thanks to an attached camera.

It lights up the night streets and keeps a watchful eye on those below. There’s also a sea gull and butterfly as well. They were developed by a Korean company and can be found across Seoul and soon in Tokyo as well.