Canon Launches New EOS Rebel

The Canon EOS Rebel T2i is seen as the ‘flagship’ of Canon’s entry-level digital SLRs (so it’s the best of the worst, right?). While the camera is relatively similar to the previous EOS Rebel, a lot of the features have improved slightly to produce a more feature-packed high-specification camera all round. The resolution on this… Continue reading Canon Launches New EOS Rebel

Joby Gorillapod Magentic Flexible Tripod

The Joby Gorillapod has gone magnetic with this tripod, and this geek has but one word… “BRILLIANT!” I have an original Gorillapod and love it, but sometimes I could see it being easier to attach the Gorillapod magnetically rather than my old fashioned way of placing it on something in standard fashion or wrapping the… Continue reading Joby Gorillapod Magentic Flexible Tripod

BigShot Kit teaches kids to build a digital camera, how it works

Remember electronics and chemistry kits you had as kids? Well, there’s new technology coming out all the time and the folks at Columbia University’s Computer Vision Lab have developed an educational kit that is bit more specific  – a digital camera kit. The BigShot camera comes in parts ready to be assembled. Sure, it’s geared… Continue reading BigShot Kit teaches kids to build a digital camera, how it works

CES 2010: Kodak Launches the SLICE, Touchscreen 14MP Digital Camera

Kodak has a new digital camera – the KODAK SLICE Touchscreen [press release]. With a 3.5″ 16:9 touchscreen, the SLICE is a 14 Megapixel camera with a 5x SCHNEIDER-KREUZNACH Lens, optical image stabilization, 720p HD video capture at 30fps, and easy sharing to sites like YouTube, Flickr, and Facebook as well Kodak’s Gallery. Available in… Continue reading CES 2010: Kodak Launches the SLICE, Touchscreen 14MP Digital Camera

Retrofit any Video Camera With This Motion Activated DVR Security Recorder

If you’ve already started on the road to securing your home and business with video cameras, great. But if they’re just real-time cameras, then you’re missing out on the valuable addition of digital recording via an attached DVR. Well don’t worry. You can snag yourself a DVR that can be used with any camera. It… Continue reading Retrofit any Video Camera With This Motion Activated DVR Security Recorder

Camera Cube Level – use bubble levelers to get your photos straight

This no-batteries required gadget falls into the category of things that make you smile wryly and wonder why you didn’t imagine it. The Camera Cube Level is pretty simple – it’s a transparent cube with 3 bubble levelers inside. You slide the whole cube onto the top of your camera’s hot shoe and now you’re… Continue reading Camera Cube Level – use bubble levelers to get your photos straight

Nikon Coolpix S1000pj – digital camera with a built-in projector

Nikon has a new take on point-and-shoot digital cameras: it’s one with a built-in projector. Yes, that means you don’t need to upload your pictures to a large-screen monitor or plug into a TV. Just point your camera at the nearest wall and share with everyone. The Nikon Coolpix S1000pj is the world’s first such… Continue reading Nikon Coolpix S1000pj – digital camera with a built-in projector

Scuba Masks With Cameras

Sports items with built in cameras are nothing new, but they can still be highly impressive and innovative, especially when inside an underwater sports item such as a scuba mask. This is where Liquid Image come in – they supply 4 masks with built in cameras set into the top of them to record your… Continue reading Scuba Masks With Cameras

Garmin Oregon 550/550t – GPS With Camera

We’ve had cameras with built in GPS so now it’s time for a GPS with a built in camera! Garmin have taken their award-winning Oregon GPS system and stuck a 3.2 megapixel camera in it with 4x optical zoom – enough to rival a lot of phones on the market today – perfect for those… Continue reading Garmin Oregon 550/550t – GPS With Camera

Gardenwatch Cam – watch your garden grow from your desk

The Gardenwatch Cam is a snappy little innovation that lets you record your garden growing by taking pictures at predetermined intervals (standard ones are 1 min, 5 mins, 30 mins, 1 hour, 4 hours, 24 hours or set your own!) in JPEG format, and them playing them back to you in a Discovery Channel-style long… Continue reading Gardenwatch Cam – watch your garden grow from your desk