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Fujifilm FinePix Z33WP

Posted in Fujifilm by Conner Flynn on February 26th, 2009

Fujifilm FinePix Z33WPFujifilm just announced their latest FinePix digital camera, the Z33WP. It targets those of us with a more adventurous spirit, since it is waterproof up to 3 meters and boasts large rubber-type buttons. Some features include a 10 megapixel sensor with 3x optical zoom and a 2.7″ LCD display that will provide instant previews.

The Z33WP only measures 20mm thin. You can choose from green, blue, black, gold and pink options. Though I can’t see most adventurers choosing pink. The FinePix Z33WP is expected to have a £200 price point.

Canon PowerShot D10 is tough, looks odd

Posted in Canon by Conner Flynn on February 18th, 2009

Canon PowerShot D10 is tough, looks oddThe Canon PowerShot D10 is rugged. It’s a 12-megapixel point-and-shoot that is waterproof up to 33 feet, freeze proof to 14 degrees, and you can even drop it from four feet and it will live on. As far as looks, it kind of the reminds us of the iMac.

Another cool feature is that if the blue color doesn’t suit you, you can snap on other colors, including a camo skin. The D10′s design will cost you $329.99.

Casio Exilim C721 with 5 megapixel camera

Posted in Casio by Conner Flynn on February 16th, 2009

Casio Exilim C721 with 5 megapixel cameraCasio is a name more associated with watches and Hello Kitty phones than quality cell phones, but that doesn’t mean they can’t deliever one. This new 5 megapixel shooter from Casio is known as the Exilim C721, keeping the name of Casio’s line of digital cameras.

It features autofocus capability and a high resolution WVGA rotating display that makes it more natural to capture images while using a phone. The image quality and features won’t be as good as a standalone digital camera, but what are you gonna do?

Casio 9.1 Megapixel Hello Kitty edition with crystals

Posted in Hello Kitty by Conner Flynn on February 13th, 2009

Casio 9.1 Megapixel Hello Kitty edition with crystalsHello Kitty has re-spawned yet again. This one is an upgrade to the Casio Exilim 720. It’s the latest digital camera to pimp out Japan’s favorite cat and packs in 9 Megapixels and a 2.6 inch TFT. You’ll also get a 3X optical zoom lens and it can shoot video in MOV format.

Some other specs include digital image stabilizer, red eye reduction, 41Mb of internal memory and SDHC card slot. It also features a ring of pink crystals around the lens, so Hello Kitty can focus her evil energies on your subject.

Alcatel + Lego = Lego phone

Posted in lego by Conner Flynn on February 11th, 2009

Alcatel + Lego = Lego phoneAlcatel and Lego teaming up to make a Lego handset? Earlier this year Lego and Digital Blue announced combined efforts that would yield a variety of Lego-electronics aimed at kids. The announcement included details on a digital camera, a walkie talkie and an MP3 player. The functional toys would fall into an affordable $20 – $60 price range.

Now Alcatel is apparently jumping into the mix and the trio is planning to get cell phones in the hands of children using Legos. This piece of Lego-electronics is rumored to be released by this summer along with the rest. Not sure yet if you’ll be able to connect a few of these Lego handsets together or not.

Pantech’s blow-controlled Sky Wind

Posted in Pantech by Conner Flynn on February 2nd, 2009

Pantech’s blow-controlled Sky WindPantech’s latest creation, the Sky Wind, features blow-controls. What this means is that you can huff and puff and interact with your phone. The handset will run on the Emotion Engine developed by Fantalog Interactive. Blow controls include the ability to switch wallpapers, adjust the brightness level and even take a photo.

Hell, you can probably literally blow somebody off if you get a call you don’t want. Obviously this is pretty much a novelty. I mean it can’t be nearly as useful as the iPhone’s accelerometer for instance. The Pantech Sky Wind will be available this February. No word on price yet, but we think it blows.

GigaPan Epic imager released

Posted in Cameras by Conner Flynn on January 30th, 2009

GigaPan Epic imager releasedBy now you’ve seen the giant 1,474 megapixel photo that was taken of the Inauguration using a Canon G10 and a GigaPan Imager. If you liked what you saw, and who didn’t, there’s good news. The company has launched the GigaPan Epic for commercial sale.

It works with most point-and-shoot cameras on the market, and creates a single photograph from many individual photos. For example, that inaugural photo was composed of 220 shots. The robotic mount attached to the camera makes the whole process automatic. The GigaPan Epic will cost you $379, while a GigaPan Epic 100 for larger point-and-shoot cameras is coming “soon.”

Cigarette lighter with spy camera

Posted in Spy Gear by Conner Flynn on January 28th, 2009

Cigarette lighter with spy cameraCheck out this ultra patriotic lighter. If you need to display your love of country every time you light up, this is the lighter for you. The bonus is that it is also a spy camera. Ajoka’s cigarette lighter video camera records 640 x 480 QVGA in AVI format at 30 frames per second and supports microSD up to 8GB.

If American Dad was real and not a cartoon, this is what Stan would be carrying around. It features a lithium ion battery for 6 hours of filming and can be charged via USB. And yes, it works as a lighter. If you know a ton of spys, you can order these wholesale for $150 each.

Gun camera for book depository type photography

Posted in Cameras by Conner Flynn on January 28th, 2009

Gun cameraLets be clear. No way in hell is this gun-camera making it through airport security. That should be obvious. It’s the kind of gun camera that you hide away in a duffel bag until you reach the top floor of a vacant building. Then, when in position, you assemble it on the spot. You may or may not be able to get all your shots. That’s what the second cameraman on the Grassy knoll is for.

Actually this was used by reporters during the Vietnam War. The camera is mounted on a rifle butt with a black case and 5x lenses. It’s a gadget that belongs in a museum as it is part of camera and American history.

Camera Lens Calendar keeps the date in focus

Posted in Concepts by Conner Flynn on January 27th, 2009

Camera Lens Calendar keeps the date in focusHere’s a great conversation piece that any photographer should appreciate. Even non-photographers will want to keep track of the date with this Camera Lens Calendar. It beats those boring paper calendars. Just adjust the focus rings until the current day and date are aligned.

It’s from the mind of designer Sharad Haksar and believe it or not it’s already headed to stores, but there’s no info on price. I’m sure it will be a hit. Then he can make one that’s powered and snaps pics for visual reminders that you need on a calendar. It could display such pics on the camera side of the lens.

Lorex Wireless Camera: Monitor your home with your iPhone

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on January 27th, 2009

Lorex Wireless Camera: Monitor your home with your iPhoneThe Lorex LNE 3003 Remote Surveillance Camera is Lorex’s most affordable connected camera at only $300. Obviously it’s WiFi enabled (802.11 b/g), and the LNE 3003 can stream VGA video in real time to your iPhone as well as other internet enabled mobile devices.

But is it worth it? Gearlog was kind enough to offer up a review, where they found the mobile phone interface difficult to use and hard to configure, due to the fact that the company does not provide a user friendly iPhone specific application. Other then that they seemed to like it on the desktop where it ran exceptionally well.

U.S. Rep Pete King wants your cell phone camera to make noise

Posted in News by Conner Flynn on January 26th, 2009

U.S. Rep Pete King wants your cell phone camera to make noiseNew York Representative Pete King wants the US to have a law that requires all cameraphones make noise when they take a picture. It’s not unheard of. Japan and South Korea already have similar laws. In his quest for cameraphone sound King has re-introduced the “Camera Phone Predator Alert Act,” , which sounds very urgent and dramatic.

They tried it first in 2007, but it died. The idea behind the bill is to prevent people from taking cameraphone pictures without other people knowing. That’s what the sound is all about. It would sound off and be “audible within a reasonable radius” and you would not be able to disable it.

White Pentax K2000 available for pre-order

Posted in Cameras by Conner Flynn on January 21st, 2009

White Pentax K2000 available for pre-orderPentax’s Storm Trooper approved white and black K2000 DSLR isn’t for everybody, but it will make you stand out from the crowd. The camera, and both 18-55mm and 50-200mm lenses, is now available for pre-order direct from Pentax.

Best of all, is the price. Only $679.95, which is much less than we thought it would cost. It won’t ship until mid-February, but if you’re looking for a camera that matches your Stormtrooper armor, it’s worth the wait.

Night Owl iGen Night Vision camera

Posted in Night Vision by Conner Flynn on January 18th, 2009

Night Owl iGen Night Vision cameraIf you’re looking for a monocular that can capture images in complete darkness, look no further. Whether searching for Owls or just plain being a perv of some sort, the Night Owl iGen Night Vision Camera is the world’s only night scope that can also take pictures. The device features a 330′ field of view, 650X ambient light amplification, a CCD/Micro-display system for enhanced viewing, and a standard secure digital memory card storage.

The pictures are black and white and get saved onto an SD Memory Card. What I want to know is what motivates people to go out in the bitter cold dead of night and snap pics. Are you guys really finding anything that exciting? It’s not like you’ve obtained proof of Bigfoot or aliens.

Lego announces gadget line for kids

Posted in lego by Conner Flynn on January 13th, 2009

Lego announces gadget line for kidsLego’s just announced that they will be teaming up with Digital Blue to bring out a line of digital cameras, PMPs, and walkie talkies for kids. Modders have been making gadgets out of Legos for awhile now, so I guess the company figured they would do the work for people. Kids at least.

The products feature the familiar “Lego” look, but they are not constructed out of actual bricks. We don’t have any specs yet, but these Lego gadgets are said to be arriving this summer, prices ranging from $19 – $60.