Jeremy Salvador created a new iPhone DSLR blog to document the steps he is taking to create a DSLR iPhone and posted the following video from Vid-Atlantic all show with an iPhone 4 with OWLE Bubo and EnCinema 35mm Adapter using the Canon EF 50mm f1.8 SLR lens.
If you’d like to extend or mirror your display from your computer on multiple monitors, but you’re maxed out at 1 or2 (DVI/VGA) video outputs, then you should take a look at a USB to DVI adapter. This particular one from Gefen plugs into any free USB port on your computer then into a standard… Continue reading Extend your Computer’s Display via a USB-to-DVI Adapter
YouTube has just rolled out online video rentals similar to Amazon Unboxed. Prices for movies and TV episodes start at $0.99. and go to $3.99 for the most recent/popular movies. So far, they don’t seem to have that many titles and their interface for browsing their catalog isn’t very good. Instead they depend on the… Continue reading YouTube launches online video rental store
Well what better way to follow up an in-depth review of the iPad than with a smart cat who quickly figures out it’s a touchscreen! And in case you missed it, here’s a 2.5-year old (human child, that is) using an iPad for the first time.
This is video is (insert your own superlative here); let’s just say fantastic. Or perhaps as the Guinness guys say “Brilliant!” What would happen if a bunch of very pixelated video games came to life and ‘attacked’ New York City? I’ve watched this 3 times already, and it’s still amazing. PS> You may want to… Continue reading Watch as 80s video game characters turn NYC into pixels
Amazon.com has had yet another patent approved, this time for a way to send their customers images and video clips of their orders being packed up for shipping. Yes, you read that right. The idea is that it assists customers as well as Amazon and their associated merchants. We’ll see how this pans out, and… Continue reading Amazon.com gets patent to put your order packaging on video
Here is another security monitor for your home – the RedAlert by Swann which is primarily a motion-sensitive video recorder. It records either JPEG photos or AVI videos when motion is selected. It can record from 1 camera at a time, although you can hook up a wired camera to it as well and switch… Continue reading RedAlert motion-sensitive recorder captures video and images
In a move that seems obviously like an effort to emulate the success that Netflix and Amazon has had with their digital entertainment download services, Best Buy is throwing their hat into the ring as well. No start date yet, but the service called Blue Sky Video will give its customers one free movie download… Continue reading Best Buy to compete with Netflix et al. in digital movie download business
Here’s another VHS to DVD converter that’s an all-in-one unit being sold at Hammacher. It’s a one-touch system – stick in the VHS tape, and a blank DVD and press a button for conversion. This also includes a built-in HDTV tuner so you can record from your TV/cable/satellite as well. It can also read and… Continue reading One-Button VHS to DVD Converter
MvixUSA has updated their flagship media center product, the Ultio, to now include DVR (digital video recording) capabilities. The Ultio Pro plays back Blu-ray quality 1080p hi-def video, photos, and music on your high-def TV via HDMI and stores it all on its internal hard drive which you can get as large as 2TB. And… Continue reading Mvix updates Ultio media player – Ultio Pro can now record with DVR