- News tagged "camera"
Wednesday, 10 Oct 2012
The Lytro camera gets manual controls in a major software update, letting you determine exposure values manually and unlocking the built-in neutral density filter.
Friday, 31 Aug 2012
Following in the tradition of the Samsung Galaxy S III, Samsung and Dropbox have both confirmed that the Galaxy Note II and Galaxy camera will comes with 50GB of free storage for two years.
Friday, 24 Aug 2012
Samsung announces the 12.4-megapizel EX2F, the newest model in their growing range of Wi-Fi-enabled Smart Cameras. The camera features a F1.4 lens and a 1/1.7-inch BSI CMOS sensor.
Tuesday, 12 Jun 2012
For those eagerly anticipating the successor to Nikon's well performing D3100 entry-level DSLR, today marks the official local availability of Nikon's D3200. Check out the kit pricing of this 24MP camera and its wireless accessory.
Wednesday, 18 Apr 2012
With photo-sharing gaining worldwide traction, Samsung has responded with three Wi-Fi-enabled cameras, the WB850F, WB150F, and ST200F. With Samsung's SMART Wi-Fi technology, it is easier and less time-intensive to share and save images.
Wednesday, 8 Feb 2012
Olympus Imaging Corporation is developing two new interchangeable lens units for Micro Four Thirds system cameras. These lenses will be launched in the summer of 2012. Prices have not been confirmed.
Thursday, 26 Jan 2012
In a recent interview with PC World, Lytro's Executive Charles Chi discusses the future of his innovative camera and hints at possible avenues of collaboration.
Tuesday, 10 Jan 2012
Sony has unveiled three new Cyber-shot camera models, the DSC-W610, DSC-W620 and DSC-W650. These Cyber-shot compact cameras feature Sony's new 360 degrees Sweep Panorama mode, which allows for capture of seamless 360 degree panoramic images of the surrounding landscape with one easy "press and sweep" motion.
Friday, 6 Jan 2012
Fitness Technologies today announced the first line of full-day 8 hour Uwater Action Cameras and DX Extreme Dive Lights to be introduced at the CES 2012.
Wednesday, 14 Dec 2011
MIT researchers have come up with an imaging system that can capture light (or photons) moving in slow motion. You won't see this capability in cameras next year, but the researchers are confident that this technology will make an appearance in consumer photography sometime in the future.