Here’s something to inspire every Nikon user on that long late night at work. Whether you want your coffee hot or cold the Nikon AF-S 24-70mm Lens Mug will keep it cold or hot longer with its stainless steel thermos interior. This mug has the same size and details of a real Nikon 24-70mm lens. It even comes in a box that mimics the real thing, the lid looks like […]
So you went to the beach, and you’ve seen some sexy girls swimming around. The perverted side of you want to take some photos, but using a waterproof camera and pointing it to your subject is mean and awkward, then these google is your dream gadget. Century Japan creates a diving goggle that is equipped with a waterproof camera.
Samsung introduced the HMX-E10 it’s newest Pocket-able camcorder. It somehow resembles like a cellphone with the LCD at the bottom and controls at the top which is a bit odd until I realize that indeed it’s a Camcorder. What’s so good about the HMX-E10 is its tilt swivel lens which in theory will increase the its dept-of-field. It’s capable of shooting (H.264) full HD movies at 1920 x 1080 at […]
We showed you the basic difference between the LX5 and the LX3, but the newer rendition got something more. According to photoradar’s review, the new LX5 has a new more sensitive 10.1 megapixel CCD sensor, Venus Engine FHD allows a more advanced signal processing, and a brighter f 2.0 aperture shoots excellent photos in low light. Just take at these low light sample photos taken with the LX5. Full size flickr link […]
FujiFim recently announced its five new digital cameras, the F300EXR, Z800EXR, S2800HD, Z80, and JX280. The the 14 megapixel S2800HD‘s main feature is its 18x zoom which is equivalent to 28-504mm), it shoots 720p video, has mini-HDMI, tracking AF, and smile/blink detection. Fuji Film F300EXR offers less zoom at 15x (equivalent to 24-360mm), a smaller 12MP EXR Super CCD sensor but features a new gyroscopic sensor to prevent blur caused by hand […]
As we all know the Nikon D90 will be replaced anytime soon and according to Electronista it will likely be called as the D8000 to keep up with Nikon’s current SLR naming scheme. Today Nikon Rumors reveals that the D8000 will be the first entry level SLR that will feature a 16 megapixel DX sensor. It will adapt the D700’s ISO performace, will feature 1080p full HD recording with AutoFocus. […]
Masaya Maeda, head of the Image Communication Products division at Canon yesterday said that they are working on a mirror less smaller version of its Digital SLR line. According to Maeda: “It’s not a question of whether or not you have a mirror. There is a consumer need for good-quality cameras to be made smaller,” Maeda understands the need for a smaller camera that can produce results similar to photos […]
It looks like Panasonic skipped LX4 and will soon release the LX5 as the successor to very successful point-and-shoot DMC -LX3. According to 4/3Rumors, it should be announced this July 21, but for some reason Panasonic USA website already published the Specifications of the Panasonic LX5. The Camera boasts an f2.0 Leica Summicron Lens, a 1/1.63″ 10.1 Megapixel High Sensitive CCD with evolved sensor technology, and HD Movie Recording in AVHD […]
Looks like glorious days of the Nikon D90 is about to end. A NikonRumors source claims that Nikon is about to debut a D90 replacement at Photokina 2010 and today it shows that the D90 kit with 18-105mm lens is sold with limits of 1 unit per customer as it is listed as clearance item.
Canon recently released updates for its flagship digital SLR camera the EOS-1D Mark IV and Rebel T2i aka 550D. The Firmware 1.0.8 update provides a fix to a bug in which the manually set aperture moves suddenly when shooting movies in manual exposure with some Canon lenses. Canon EOS-1D Mark IV update also mends misspellings in Spanish and French menus.