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Sanho HyperDrive Album holds 640GB of photos, costs $600

Posted in Storage by Conner Flynn on February 25th, 2010

When you’re on vacation, you don’t want to carry all kinds of extra external drives just so you can dump your photos. Well, Sanho’s HyperDrive Album will help in that regard. Problem is it’s way overpriced at $600.

The HyperDrive Album helps you clear out your memory cards and back up your photos without a computer. It has a 640GB capacity, 2GB per minute transfer speed, and a 4.8-inch display for viewing. It would come in very handy while traveling, but that price is a deal-breaker.

Casio’s Digital Art Frame redraws your photos

Posted in Digital Photo Frames by Conner Flynn on January 8th, 2010

Digital photo frames are so yesterday. Any frame can display a photo. But what about one that redraws your photo? Now we’re talking. Casio’s Digital Art Frame takes your own digital photos and transforms them into paintings. Or more precisely, digital images with special effects.

There are eight different art form effects, including oils, pastels and watercolors, and the frame will also play audio files and videos. If you fancy yourself a Van Gogh, or just want to see your images as if in a museum, you’ll want to wait for this one.

AgfaPhoto Photoscanner converts your old photos to digital pictures

Posted in Digital Imaging by Conner Flynn on November 29th, 2009

AgfaPhoto Photoscanner converts your old photos to digital picturesMost of us still have a bunch of old photos laying around from years ago, back before we had digital cameras. The AgfaPhoto AS1110 Photoscanner will help you convert all of your old paper prints into modern digital formats and it will also help you share them online or view them on a digital photo frame.

The AgfaPhoto AS1110 is a lightweight and compact scanner that can scan a 6-inch x 4-inch photo in less than six seconds. It will cost you $131 and uses Color Contact Image Sensor technology with a high quality resolution of 1800 x 1200px.

Camera cube level makes your photos perfect

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

Camera cube level makes your photos perfectAre all of your pictures crooked? Do you like to take photos while drunk? If you answered yes to one or both of those questions, this camera cube level will solve your problems and help you take great pics. Just pop the cube on top of your camera on the flash mount and you’ll always know exactly when it’s perfectly level.

This will help even the worst photographer get better. Great for when you are using a tripod too. It’s available now for $15. Snapping an even looking pic may not be rocket science, but some of us need help. So why not use a level?

JVC launching full HD LCD display aimed at photographers

Posted in JVC by Conner Flynn on April 23rd, 2009

JVC launching full HD LCD display aimed at photographersAt first it might seem like a dumb move on JVCs part to offer an LCD display to a niche market like photographers, but when you consider that this 42″ LCD display can reproduce a far greater range of colors than your typical big LCD display (100% of the sRGB space and 96% of Adobe’s RGB space), it makes sense.

Photographers are looking for true quality displays to view their work on. There’s no price on this yet, but it’ll be available in May, so we should know soon. It won’t come cheap, but if you’re a serious photographer, it may be worth it.

New alleged MacBook aluminum case photos surface

Posted in MacBook by Conner Flynn on October 12th, 2008

New alleged MacBook aluminum case photos surfaceChinese blog MacX has some interesting looking pics that they are alleging is the MacBook Pro casing. I guess nobody is going to know for sure until the MacBook 2008 event, but they appear to be the real deal and it fits with previous leaked images that have made their way around the web. The images are clear and don’t appear Photoshop-ish.

Sanho intros HyperDrive COLORSPACE UDMA to backup photos

Posted in Digital Cameras by Conner Flynn on September 28th, 2008

Sanho intros HyperDrive COLORSPACE UDMA to backup photosYou now have a new option when backing up your photos. Sanho’s HyperDrive COLORSPACE UDMA photo backup unit. It can go through 2GB of data per minute and is also “the only storage device in the market that can decode and display true RAW images from any camera on its 3.2-inch (QVGA) color LCD screen.”

It will also adjust images automatically if you change the way you are holding it. The included data synchronization lets the drive to sync information with another external HDD or your computer. If that isn’t enough for you, it’s compatible with 14 different types of memory cards. Sounds like it should meet all your photo editing needs. It should be available next month between $339 for 80GB and $599 for 500GB.

Photo Safe II: Massive digital camera storage

Posted in Digital Cameras by Conner Flynn on July 17th, 2008

Photo Safe II: Massive digital camera storageMost of us think that our 4,8 or 16GB SD card for our digital camera is large. How would you like to have 160GB of storage space for your camera? That’s huge! Well, today Digital Foci announced Photo Safe II, which is a portable photo storage device that takes some of the burden from your laptop, Mac or PC.

It’s basically a battery operated HD. It also has a built-in card reader and automated copy function which could really come in handy. The device supports all of the popular card formats, including CF (Extreme III, IV, UDMA), MMC, SD/HC Card, miniSD, Memory Stick, MS PRO, MS Duo, MS PRO Duo, and xD-Picture card. Just insert a card and hit the copy button, the entire card will be copied at a speed 3.5 minutes per GB. I comes in 80GB and 160GB versions, which cost $139 and $189.

Google Maps adds geotagged photos, Wiki’s and real estate

Posted in Google by Darrin Olson on May 15th, 2008

Google Maps has added geotagged photos, Wikipedia entries and real estate listings to the serviceThe folks at Google Maps have recently released a pretty cool upgrade to the mapping service incorporating geo-coded photos, entries from Wikipedia and even some real estate listings from local and national real estate companies.

The next time you use Google Maps to look up a location you will notice a ‘More’ button next to the ‘Street View’ and ‘Traffic’ buttons on the map. Click the ‘More’ and you’ll have a couple of options for both photos and Wikipedia. Selecting the Photos check box brings in small geotagged photos from Panoramio right onto the map. Checking the Wikipedia box, just as you would expect, brings up little “W” icons representing geotagged Wikipedia entries. Clicking on the Wikipedia entries then brings up an excerpt of the article and a link.

Convert your photos directly to DVDs

Posted in Computer Components by Conner Flynn on March 29th, 2008

Convert your photos directly CDs
Do you hate it when you have to copy tons of pics from your camera onto the PC, then burn them using software so that they can later be viewed on your DVD player? Yes, there are plenty of cameras that offer TV out, but maybe you love your current camera and don’t want another.

If that’s the case, check out this device that does it all, without a PC. It’s a compact recorder for converting your JPEGs to MPEGs and burning them onto CDs. It can also burn images without converting, making back-ups easier. Comes equipped with RCA and S-Video inputs and also acts as a player.

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