Apple iPhone Leaning Towards Lytro Light Field Camera Technology

January 26, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Steve Jobs was into revolutionizing photography and the iPhone was the vehicle for doing so. The shooter in the Apple smartphone has come a long way from a 2 MP camera with fixed focus on the original iPhone, to a 3 MP auto focus camera in the iPhone 3G, the 5 MP camera with LED […]

Kodak Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

January 20, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It is not a good time for Kodak. They have been troubled with their falling sales. Now their ability to stay in the business has come up into question. The veteran in photography finally came out of its shell and filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy. The company in its prime were on high ground with […]

Quality 3D HDTV for the Masses

November 28, 2011, By George Lang

The fact that we are still forced to put the anachronistic adjective HD before the letters TV is a constant reminder of how long it takes technology to transform from one popular iteration to the next; 3D TV is another. While relatively new in the marketplace, 3D TVs are becoming much more pervasive, creative content […]

Intelligent “Life” has been Found on Mars

November 28, 2011, By George Lang

Intelligent activities are taking place on Mars in the form of home-grown computer technology. The United States has safely landed experiments on the surface of Mars six out of seven attempts: Viking 1 in 1976, Viking 2 in 1976, Mars Pathfinder in 1997, Mars Exploration Rover (MER) Spirit in 2004, Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity in 2004, and Mars Phoenix Lander in 2008. No […]

Even the Pros Pick the iPhone 4 Camera

November 16, 2011, By George Lang

In a recent interview with legendary professional photographer Annie Leibovitz, NBC Nightly News anchor Brian Williams asked what kind of camera she recommended for the average user. Surprisingly, the answer was the Apple iPhone! Of course, Leibovitz was discussing far more than photography with that answer. In the same breath she mentioned the convenience of […]

HDC-Z10000 Professional 3D Camcorder: Not Just for the Pro

November 8, 2011, By George Lang

Panasonic, the originator of 3D camcorder technology, brings us the well-appointed HDC-Z10000; and, considering the starting price for industry-standard professional 3D camcorders is about $15,000, the $3000 price tag for the HDC-Z10000 seems remarkably enticing (CNET). The price, by itself, will not bring pro-3D camcorder technology to the masses; however, the serious amateur movie-making buff […]

Canon EOS-1D X Digital SLR Unveiled; Available for $6,800 from March 2012

October 18, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Canon has introduced a new camera in the EOS-1D series and it comes with many improved features. Christened Canon EOS-1D X, the new digital SLR is a high-speed multimedia device that will be replacing both the EOS-1Ds Mark III and EOS-1D Mark IV models from the company. The EOS-1D X is equipped with an 18-megapixel […]

Panasonic HM-TA20 Underwater Camcorder is Built Tough [Video]

October 7, 2011, By Leo Xavier

Since the arrival of HD quality smartphones, many have lost interest in pocket camcorders. But you might find the Panasonic HM-TA20 appealing because of its amphibious nature and it comes with quite decent features as well. The rugged HM-TA20, which is an underwater camcorder, is capable of shooting 1080p videos and 8 MP still images […]

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX100V Coming in April for $450

February 1, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Sony will be bringing out the DSC-HX100V, which is the company’s newest addition into its Cyber-shot lineup, in April 2011. With a lot of features and functions, the camera will be competing in the super-zoom segment on the market. What has it got? Well, to start with it has a 27 mm Carl Zeiss Vario-Sonar […]

Panasonic TS3, ZS10, ZS8 & FX78 Lumix Cameras Unveiled; Arriving in March

January 25, 2011, By Leo Xavier

Panasonic has introduced its latest point-and-shoot Lumix cameras, which are the newest additions to the company’s pocket megazoom, rugged camera, and ultracompact camera lines. The newly unveiled products include the pocket megazoom Lumix DMC-ZS10 and the Lumix ZS8, the ultracompact Lumix DMC-FX78, and the rugged Lumix DMC-TS3. The above pictured Lumix TS3 is a 3D-and-GPS-fueled […]

Casio Tryx Camcorder Leaks on Way to CES 2011; Appears in Ads

January 4, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

CES is turning out to be big and has been generating fabulous interest even before the event has started rolling. Several manufacturers have started arriving with their wares and it looks like 2011 is off to a great started. Casio is one among the many who have lined up their new devices for the show. […]

Olympus E-PL2 Micro Four Thirds Camera Rumored to Launch at CES

December 29, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Since the CES is just on our door step, the rumor mills have started their job with predictions about the amazing gadgets to be showcased there. Well, we have heard a lot, but one rumor has really lured us into brining it to you. The grapevine is that new E-PL2 will be the most enchanting […]

Samsung NX11 Mirrorless Cam & WB700 24X Zoom Cam Launched

December 29, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Samsung has announced the launch of NX11, the most awaited upgrade to their first mirrorless interchangeable lens camera NX10. It has also introduced a set of i-Function lenses, a 20mm pancake and a 20-50 mm zoom silver color lens. NX11 is compatible with these i-Function lenses as well as the 18-55 mm i-Function lens. The […]

Leaf Aptus II 80 MP Digital Camera Costs $32K

December 21, 2010, By Leo Xavier

You might have the heard the name Leaf Aptus II before. The digital camera has actually been in development for a while. This camera is in a league of its own when compared to the Nikon Coolpix S205, the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF2 or the Canon PowerShot SX30. The Leaf Aptus II is the world’s highest […]

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