Tag Archive: Camera


BitCam: Relive the Early 90s with a One-Bit Camera for iPhone

Longtime Mac users pining to recall the nostalgia of one-bit dithered graphics and Macintosh System 6 will certainly enjoy the astonishingly accurate retro goodness offered by BitCam for iPhone. With BitCam, you can relieve the good old days of spending an afternoon on a Macintosh SE/30 in a computer lab somewhere in the early 90s, … Read More

Get your hands on the camera that redefined the photograph [Deals]

It doesn’t look like any camera you’ve ever seen, and that’s because it’s not. The Lytro makes images that can be refocused after they’re shot, even moved around in 3 dimensions. These “living†pictures have made the Lytro one of the most envy-worthy pieces of photo gear, and right now you can get one for […]

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It’s official: Galaxy S7 has the best smartphone camera on the market

Countless YouTube videos and reviews have demonstrated just how impressive Samsung’s new smartphone camera is in Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge, but just how good is it compared to the rest of them? According to the experts at DxOMark, it’s the best you can get right now. Samsung actually took some megapixels away from the […]

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Photos of alleged iPhone 7 dual-lens camera sensor have leaked

The first images of what could be the iPhone 7’s dual-lens camera allegedly leaked online today, giving fans a sneak peak at the future of iPhotography. Apple is rumored to be including a dual-lens camera sensor on at least the iPhone 7 Plus, and if the leaked sensor below is the real deal, it appears […]

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The world’s smallest camera drone has a price to match its size [Deals]

Drones of any size, especially if it carries a camera, usually mean dropping big bucks on a big bird. This miniature flier is an exception to the rule, with a built-in camera perfect for capturing aerial video and photos while fitting in the palm of your hand. It comes with a 2 gig memory card, […]

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Affordable camera might bring virtual reality to the masses

Han Jin was looking through the eyes of the robot and could see the future. But the story doesn’t end well for the robot. Jin’s view, with his colleagues’ support, put robot building on hold. The team changed direction, using the robot’s seeing mechanism to develop a Virtual Reality camera that could be put in […]

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iPhone is most popular camera among Flickr’s 112 million photographers

The longtime Kings of the Camera must know their kingdoms are shrinking. If Canon or Nikon need further evidence, Flickr’s 2015 Year in Review shows the popular tool of choice for an engaged and global photography community is not a dedicated camera. It’s first and foremost a phone. Apple’s iPhone was the popular device used […]

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A pro-grade action camera with no learning curve

GoPro owns the action camera market it invented and the routine emergence of new competitors only seems to make GoPro’s sales go up. Why would anyone try to compete? In creating The People’s Action Camera, Utah-based Vidi did not set out to target GoPro. It is instead aiming for more budget-conscious consumers who aren’t necessarily […]

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Stunning rangefinder camera looks as gorgeous as the images it captures

Lust List: Fujifilm X100T camera My professional DSLRs are starting to look good in retirement. Just ask my neck, back and right shoulder, which are still angry after years of toting the heavy cameras and lenses around. In their place to sate my photographic wanderings is the Fujifilm X100T, a diminutive, mirrorless, rangefinder-style camera that […]

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ThinkTank skips the bling for understated elegance in camera bag for women

My female friends who are photographers bristle when you bring up the idea of a camera bag being designed for women. The few women’s camera bags they’ve seen have tended to be cutesy – and cutesy doesn’t cut it. They want the same things in a bag as the men – roomy, stealthy and sturdy. […]

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