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Helmet Mounted Camera With GPS Captures Action Filled Moments

Written on September 08, 2012 by Avlya Jaie

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The Contour+2 is a video camera that lets people shoot HD videos and stream live.

Contour, a Seattle-based company has created a new gadget that is perfect for adventurous people. They are set to unveil Contour+2, a video camera that has a built-in GPS receiver.

This helmet-mounted gadget enables people to capture HD videos with its 1080p camera. It also features one-button recording and live streaming. Thanks to bluetooth technology, users can also use their smartphones as a remote control and view finder.

Since, the Contour+2 is GPS capable, the footages are overlayed with speed, distance, and elevation stats. It can also be used to record underwater footages with its 60-meter waterproof case.

The new camera is expected to retail for $399,later this month.

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Samsung To Unveil Android-Powered Digital Camera

Written on September 06, 2012 by Avlya Jaie

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The Samsung Galaxy Camera runs on an Android Jellybean 4.1 OS

Samsung is set to launch the Galaxy Camera, a digital camera that runs on an Android OS. This small and compact digital camera showcases an impressive 21.2mm (4.77″) touchscreen LCD display, 23mm lens with a 2.8 aperture, and a 21x optical zoom.

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Canon Lets Users Watch Camera Tutorial Straight From Its LCD Screen

Written on July 26, 2012 by Lulu

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Learn to operate your Canon DSLR camera and improve your photography skills with a built-in camera tutorial

Learning to use a DSLR camera is no easy feat. DSLR cameras are more complicated than your regular point-and-shoot cameras. Some people even enroll themselves in photography classes to get themselves familiar with this type of camera.

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Polaroid Introduces Their Z2300 Instant Digital Camera

Written on June 28, 2012 by Avlya Jaie

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The Polaroid Z2300 is a digital camera that lets you share, edit and print photos.

Have you missed Polaroid’s Vintage Cameras that lets you take and print your photos instantly? Well the longing will end with the launch of their new Z2300 digital camera.

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Nikon Acknowledges D4/D800 Lockup Issue, Offers Temporary Fix

Written on May 06, 2012 by Kristoff Jones

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Nikon admits 'locking up' issues with its D4 and D800 cameras.

Almost two weeks after formally acknowledging a problem with a certain batch of camera batteries, Nokia has confirmed that ‘a small number of D4/D800 users have been experiencing locking up issues, where the camera becomes unresponsive until the battery is removed and reinserted’.

The company addressed the issue in a recent statement posted by PDN. The statement included a temporary fix which suggests users to turn off the ‘Highlights’ and ‘RGB Histogram’ display option in the ‘Playback Display Option’ sub-menu to avoid the problem.

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Olympus OM-D Starts Shipping Worldwide

Written on April 13, 2012 by Kristoff Jones

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Olympus' first retro-styled, mirrorless interchangeable lens camera ships worldwide.

Shortly after its first release in Japan, Olympus’ first OM-D Camera, the E-M5 is now available in the US, Canadian, UK and German market.

The E-M5 is the first in Olympus’ OM-D line. Inspired by the company’s OM-series film SLRs, The E-M5 is a mirrorless camera with Micro Four Thirds interchangeable lens, 16-megapixel CMOS, a three- inch OLED touchscreen and 5-axis image stabilization system that is ‘designed to improve shake reduction’.

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Samsung DV300F DualView Wi-Fi Camara Now Available

Written on March 20, 2012 by Kristoff Jones

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Samsung's latest offering, the dual screen and WiFi enabled 'DV300F' officially hits the market.

Samsung’s latest offering, the DV300F, a dual screen and WiFi enabled point-and-shoot camera is now out on the market.

The DV300F, Samsung’s latest addition to its ‘DualView’ line, was first announced during at the CES 2012. It offers 16 megapixel resolution, a 25mm wide angle lens with 5x optical zoom. The camera has two displays, a 3-inch main LCD and 1.5-inch front display LCD.

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Fujifilm X-S1 Hits US Stores End of January for $800

Written on January 05, 2012 by Kristoff Jones

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Fujifilm's new high end camera X-S1 comes to US with $800 price tag.

Nearly two months after it officially unveiled the X-S1, Fujifilm has announced that their new high-end camera will soon be available in the US market.

Fujifilm X-S1, the latest addition to the high-end ‘X-Series’ is dubbed as Fujifilm’s “premium, high performance DSLR-styled long zoom camera”. It looks more like the traditional DSLR and comes with a fixed 26x manual zoom lens that ranges from 24-624mm.

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New Samsung Camera Features DualView Screen and Wi-Fi

Written on January 04, 2012 by R. Cruise

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This time, there’s no need for trial and error method in capturing portrait photos.

Samsung was the first to solve the problem in getting good snapshots of yourself with the introduction of the DualView camera line in 2011. These cameras have rear-facing LCD plus a front-facing LCD screen to check your angle when taking photo of yourself.

Now, Samsung got another DualView camera in tow, the 16-megapixel Samsung DV300F. It is the first ever DualView camera to sport a Wi-Fi feature.

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Olympus TG-810 Digital Camera is for the Tough Times

Written on December 07, 2011 by R. Cruise

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Toughness is written all over it.

Olympus is on the move in making a full line of “Tough” digital cameras and the front line is TG-810. AccoOlympus is on the move in making a full line of “Tough” digital cameras and the front line is TG-810. According to Olympus, the camera can resist the damage brought by a drop from a height of 6 feet, or depth of 30 feet. It will also still work even when left at a temperature of 14 degrees F or when pressed with 220 pounds of strength.

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