iPhone 7 Plus Camera

iPhone 7 Plus camera might be more amazing than you think

By on January 29, 2016 at 2:37 PM.

iPhone 7 Plus camera might be more amazing than you think

Reputed analyst Ming-Chi Kuo recently issued a research note indicating that the iPhone 7 Plus may incorporate a dual camera system with optical image stabilization and zoom functionality, all based on technology Apple acquired via its $20 million acquisition of LinX about one year ago.

A deeper dive into LinX’s camera technology, however, suggests that camera quality on the iPhone may soon take a monumental step forward. LinX may not be a household name, but the company at the time of Apple’s acquisition was doing some groundbreaking research into camera technologies that might eventually find their way into future iPhone models, perhaps sooner rather than later.

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Waterproof video camera

Save big on this super lightweight camera that’s perfect for underwater videos

By on January 26, 2016 at 8:55 PM.

Save big on this super lightweight camera that’s perfect for underwater videos

The next time you’re scuba diving or just going for a dip in the pool you could have an awesome video of it thanks to this camera. The CCbetter Sports Action Camera CS720W is for sale on Amazon for $89.99 with free shipping, or 47% off list price.
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Canon EOS Rebel T5 DSLR

Almost 40% off a Canon DSLR kit is the Internet’s best deal today

By on January 11, 2016 at 3:51 PM.

Almost 40% off a Canon DSLR kit is the Internet’s best deal today

Not too long ago, professional photographs were left to, well, professionals. But these days, thanks to the proliferation of advanced smartphones, powerful point and shoots, and affordable DSLRs, even folks with limited experience can take jaw-dropping and mesmerizing photos.

While smartphone cameras have improved tremendously in just the last 2-3 years, folks who really care about taking extremely high-quality, vibrant and detailed photos will still have to opt for a DSLR.

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Paper Thin Camera

This crazy thin 6mm paper camera can take photos and video, all for just $28

By on January 9, 2016 at 11:30 AM.

This crazy thin 6mm paper camera can take photos and video, all for just $28

You won’t find this at CES, but if you’re at all interested in zany and novel tech gadgets, you’ll definitely find a lot to get excited about with the Paper like a digital camera, a new super-thin 6mm camera that costs just $28 and packs a whole lot of bang for your buck. More →

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Nikon KeyMission 360 Interactive Video Footage

Watch the first 360 degree video taken with Nikon’s game changing KeyMission 360 Camera

By on January 8, 2016 at 11:15 PM.

Watch the first 360 degree video taken with Nikon’s game changing KeyMission 360 Camera

At CES this week, Nikon turned a few heads when it unveiled its new KeyMission 360 camera, a wearable 4K camera that can record 360 degree photos and video. Built as an action-oriented camera meant to be taken outdoors (and even underwater), it’s no surprise that the KeyMission 360 is extremely durable. It’s waterproof up to a depth of 100 feet, can withstand low temperatures, and is also dust and shock proof.

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Nikon GoPro Kodak Super 8

Nikon and Kodak both unveiled surprisingly intriguing cameras at CES 2016

By on January 6, 2016 at 7:00 PM.

Nikon and Kodak both unveiled surprisingly intriguing cameras at CES 2016

This year’s CES 2016 show is in full swing in Las Vegas, and while some of the products unveiled during yesterday’s media events weren’t that exciting – I’m looking at you, spectacular fridge with a huge touchscreenother gadgets were definitely interesting. Such is the case with two new products in the photo and video department, coming from Nikon and Kodak.

Mind you, they’re not what you’d expect from either company, but they look impressive. Nikon thinks its ready to take on GoPro and everyone else churning out action cameras these days. Kodak, on the other hand, is going retro with a digital 8mm camera that can shoot video on – wait for it – actual film. More →

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Home surveillance camera

$56 motion-detecting security camera streams HD video to your phone

By on January 2, 2016 at 10:30 AM.

$56 motion-detecting security camera streams HD video to your phone

Home surveillance cameras are great, but not if you can’t see the video they are capturing — so get one that offers HD resolution. The Crenova C100E 720P HD WiFi Home Surveillance IP Camera is for sale on Amazon for $55.99 with free shipping.
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Amazon Camera Deals

5 camera deals on Amazon you won’t want to miss

By on December 23, 2015 at 5:30 PM.

5 camera deals on Amazon you won’t want to miss

Those blurry smartphone shots with blown out lighting are fine for selfies and sharing pictures of your cat on Instagram once you’ve applied filters, but perhaps you should consider something a bit truer to real life when you’re trying to capture a memory. Recent smartphones from the likes of Samsung, Apple and Sony offer big improvements in camera quality, but they’re still not as good as a solid dedicated digital camera..

Amazon has dozens of sales going right now on different camera models, but we’ve picked out five in particular that offer deep discounts on highly rated cameras and you should definitely check them out. More →

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Yi Home Camera Price

New YI Home Camera takes on Nest Cam for less than half the price

New YI Home Camera takes on Nest Cam for less than half the price

By on December 17, 2015 at 8:00 AM.

The Nest Cam is a terrific idea, allowing anyone to easily set up a camera that will stream high-definition video from home to any mobile device. It’s also remarkably simple to install, giving anyone and everyone the ability to monitor what goes on in their home while they’re away. Of course, that simplicity and functionality comes at a relatively hefty price — not everyone wants to spend $200 on a single home camera.

Well, now they don’t have to.

Beginning today, YI Technology is making its simple HD home security camera available in the United States, and it costs just a fraction of what Google-owned Nest charges for its home camera. More →

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Extreme Wedding Photos

Extreme wedding photos taken on the edge of a 350 foot cliff

By on December 16, 2015 at 4:25 PM.

Extreme wedding photos taken on the edge of a 350 foot cliff

At first glance, Philbrick Photography — a company consisting of Jay Philbrick and his wife Vicki — seems like any other photography company you might stumble across online. With a nice portfolio of high-quality portraits, wedding shots and more, Jay and Vicki don’t initially come across as the adventure-seeking types.

But if you delve a little bit deeper, it quickly becomes clear that the Philbricks have a taste for adventure and a passion for the outdoors. For those willing to conquer their fears, Philbrick Photography will gladly take photos of you while standing on the face of a cliff standing 350 feet above the ground. Not your thing? Well not to worry, they also take portraits of subjects on steep snow banks, inside deep wells, caves, and any other place most other folks dare not go.

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Fancam Photography

Fancam’s 20 Gigapixel photos provide a CIA-esque portrait of NFL crowds, concerts and more

By on December 7, 2015 at 7:50 PM.

Fancam’s 20 Gigapixel photos provide a CIA-esque portrait of NFL crowds, concerts and more

People love laughing at the pseudo-technology that one tends to see on TV shows like CSI. Often times, we see investigators endlessly zoom-in and enhance video footage to a laughably granular level, as evidenced by this widely circulated and notoriously absurd clip of CSI NY investigators magnifying a photograph to such an extent that they can then magically analyze the reflection of an image off of someone’s eyeball.

TV nonsense aside, some of the detail advanced cameras can pick up these days is truly astounding, and no where is the more apparent than in a photographic service provided by a company called Fancam.

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