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Work out some aggression with the Punch Camera

Posted in Cameras by Conner Flynn on October 1st, 2009

Work out some aggression with the Punch CameraLike to take pictures? Like to punch things? Then this is the camera for you. This camera will make you like Mr T, meaning that when you punch things, you get results. Sucka. The Punch camera takes regular digital images, but allows its users to punch a rasterized image of their photo.

The punched image also has information which can connect its users to the digital gallery. According to the creator, “This is a camera which was inspired by the loss of tangible memories. It is meant to connect both physical and digital while minimizing excess materials and the hardships in sharing images.”

Fujifilm Real 3D W1 camera released

Posted in Cameras by Conner Flynn on October 1st, 2009

fuji3dcam-sbFujifilm has finally released its Real 3D W1 camera in North America. Previously it had already been available in Japan. If you’ve been following this one then you might remember that the Fujifilm Real 3D W1 camera will merge some sensors and lenses for stereoscopic still captures and video recording.

It does standard photos too, at a 10-megapixel resolution, while the 3x optical zoom is available in both 2D and 3D images. Another nice feature is the ability to check out the 3D images without having to wear a pair of 3D nerd glasses.

Samsung SCH-W880 12 megapixel phonecamera

Posted in Samsung by Conner Flynn on September 28th, 2009

Samsung SCH-W880 12 megapixel phonecameraIs it a camera or a phone? Samsung’s latest is a 3G cellphone in a 12 megapixel camera. Just as Darth Vader is more machine than man, this M8920 / SCH-W880 is more camera than phone. Certainly more camera than most 12 megapixel cameraphones are. It’s not official yet, but the announcement will come soon.

The most interesting aspects of this one are the extending 3x optical zoom and the dedicated camera controls like a mode dial, shutter and zoom, along with a 3.3-inch WVGA AMOLED display. Some other specs are HD (720p?) video, HSDPA data, WiFi, GPS, Bluetooth, microSD slot, and DMB mobile television.

Hasselblad unveils 60-MP H4D camera with True Focus

Posted in Cameras by Conner Flynn on September 27th, 2009

Hasselblad unveils 60-MP H4D camera with True Focus Hasselblad has unveiled a long awaited upgrade to its H System medium format cameras. The H4D is touted as being one of the first cameras to feature a true off-center autofocus system, known as True Focus. Even DSLRs often have to focus first and then reposition the camera to get focus away from the center, but the H4D has a yaw rate sensor that detects the horizontal and vertical movement away from the focus point and refocuses the lens to compensate for it.

The camera features automatic adjustment for color, vignetting and other image qualities and can be connected to a computer over FireWire to bypass the camera’s storage. The company’s own Phocus software has also been updated to be faster and easier to use.

iLuv’s iPod Nano 5G Case makes your Nano look like a camera

Posted in iPod Nano by Conner Flynn on September 17th, 2009

iLuv’s iPod Nano 5G Case makes your Nano look like a cameraiLuv always comes up with cool new cases for the latest Apple devices and their latest cases for the iPod Nano 5th generation are no exception. They range from hard clear plastic to soft and are all super stylish while protecting your Nano.

The icc306 city series features designs from New York, London, Paris and Sydney. While the icc307 series is all about retro record players, headphones and speakers. The coolest is the icc304 case which makes your Nano look like a camera to go along with the latest iPod Nano feature.

Vue Video network now shipping

Posted in Cameras by Shane McGlaun on September 17th, 2009

vuepersonalvideonetworkIf you have always wanted to add some cameras around you home to see who was at the front door or keep an eye on your kids no matter what room they are in, two things probably held you back. One is how hard most video systems are to install and the other is how expensive the systems are.

Avaak has announced that the Vue Personal Video network is now shipping. The system is a kit that ships with a wireless video portal device and two battery-powered wireless cameras. The cameras have cool and easy mounts that are self adhesive and magnetic.

Hitler is furious that the iPod Touch has no camera

Posted in Humor by Conner Flynn on September 15th, 2009

Adolph was really looking forward to the iPod Touch getting a camera. We all were. I mean there’s a space for a camera in the thing. Why didn’t it get a camera? He makes a good point. I’m sure he’s not alone when he says that he will no longer drink the kool-aid.

Why does the Nano get all of the cool new features? Be warned, there’s a bit of bad language in the subtitles.

New iPod nano with camera, FM, VoiceOver and more!

Posted in iPod Nano by Darrin Olson on September 9th, 2009

iPod Nano with camera, FM tuner, mic, fitnessIt looks like Jobs and Apple have saved the best for last today as usual with the announcement of the new, updated 5th generation iPod nano. The new and improved nano has a host of new features including a not just a camera but a video camera, Genius mixes, FM radio with Live Pause, Voice Over and a Fitness pedometer that works with Nike.

Even with the tight-lipped Apple team we had heard the rumors that a camera was coming to the iPod and today it is finally here. Apple has implanted a video camera into the iPod nano that can record in either landscape or potrait and can record audio along with it so we’re not making silent movies here. You can then play back the video instantly and hear the audio through a built in speaker! It even comes with 15 cool-looking special effects that can be applied to the video such as Thermal, Mirror, X Ray and more.

Solar Technology unveils universal CamCaddy camera charger

Posted in Cameras by Conner Flynn on September 2nd, 2009

Solar Technology unveils universal CamCaddy camera chargerSolar Technology’s CamCaddy universal camera charger is already available in a bundle with the company’s Freeloader Pro solar charger, but now it’s available by itself. The charger isn’t 100% “universal”, but the company says it should be compatible with over 85% of the proprietary batteries used in digital cameras, camcorders and DSLRs, and if you are unsure, just check their website before you buy.

The charger is also of course still fully compatible with the Freeloader and Freeloader Pro, and it comes with a car adapter, a USB charging cable, and US and Euro plug adapters so you should be covered.

Buttcam is a girl’s best friend

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

Buttcam is a girl's best friendWomen are always so concerned about what their butt looks like in new clothes. Rightly so. After all, us guys do our fair share of checking them out. Well now women have the Buttcam to help them out in dressing rooms, so they won’t have to ask “Do these pants make my butt look big?” At least in Australia, where the Buttcam has made it’s debut.

Aussie retailer Jeans West took simple video camera technology and created a way to let shoppers decide for themselves just how big that butt looks in pants. It’s a simple solution to a common woman problem.

Samsung’s ST1000 camera with WiFi, Bluetooth and GPS

Posted in Cameras by Conner Flynn on August 13th, 2009

Samsung's ST1000 camera with WiFi, Bluetooth and GPSSamsung has a world’s first, with the 12.2 MP ST1000, which they are calling the “first multi-wireless compact camera”. It sports a 3.5″ touch screen LCD with 1.2 million dot resolution, WiFi, Bluetooth and GPS geotagging built-in.

Some other features include a 5x zoom, HD video recording (1280x720p), ISO 4800 sensitivity and a Smart Gesture UI that allows you to access things with a tap or hand gesture. We don’t have an official price or release date just yet, but rumors suggest that it will be around $600.

DORYU 2-16 Pistol Camera

Posted in Cameras by Conner Flynn on August 12th, 2009

DORYU 2-16 Pistol CameraTaking pictures should be more like pew pew pew and less like click click click. The DORYU 2-16 Pistol Camera lets you aim and shoot the way you should, as if firing a pistol.

Apparently the DORYU 2-16 Pistol Camera was issued to police in Japan and it has the same C mount as a 16mm movie camera. The one in the photo features a Cine-Nikkor 25mm F1.4 lens. We don’t really know much else about it. Except that it will get you into some trouble at the airport, while traveling.

Digidudes tripods

Posted in Cameras by Conner Flynn on August 12th, 2009

Digidudes tripodsThe Digidudes. The name sounds like some horrible tech show on local access TV. Digidudes are something much better. Much cuter. Dare I say adorable? There, I said it. DigiDudes are little dudes that not only look all cute, they also function as tripods for your compact digital camera.

Unscrew the DigiDude’s head, screw your camera onto his body and you have an instant mutant tripod. DigiDudes have three bendable legs to stay steady on any surface. Your choice of five characters: G-bling-Money-Son, iChomp, Pinky Scorsese, Snot Buster, and BoltBot.

Cheetah GPSmirror Speed & Red Light Camera Detector

Posted in Automotive by Conner Flynn on August 9th, 2009

Cheetah GPSmirror Speed & Red Light Camera DetectorThis device will make detecting speed cameras and red light camera detectors easy. The Cheetah GPSmirror features a built-in GPS that comes preloaded with the locations of all of these enforcement cameras, thereby letting you avoid them and thumb your nose at the law.

It will automatically warn you when you are approaching a camera or passing over the speed limit, via voice, tone and visual alerts. This is a useful device that will keep you out of trouble. The Cheetah GPSmirror will cost you $250. Which is much cheaper than all the tickets you have already gotten.

Sony intros automated, photo-taking camera dock

Posted in Sony by Conner Flynn on August 6th, 2009

Sony intros automated, photo-taking camera dock Sony has introduced the Party-Shot personal photographer. The camera dock is designed to work with the DSC-WX1 and DSC-TX1 Cyber-shot digital cameras and can be programmed to tilt up to 24 degrees and pan a full 360 degrees to capture any subject you like.

It might not put any paparazzi out of work, but it’s definitely a step in the right direction. It can also detect faces and then take a decent photo. It will cost you $150 and will be released in September.