The World’s Most Powerful Digital Camera Snapped Photos First Time On September 12

The World’s Most Powerful Digital Camera Snapped Photos First Time On September 12

The name of the world’s most powerful digital camera is Dark Energy Camera. It’s been placed on a mountaintop in Chile. This is not an ordinary camera; rather it’s a US-sponsored space camera. Dark Energy Camera can shoot 570-megapixel photographs. For the first time, this super powerful camera snapped pictures of southern sky on September 12. The snapped pictures are really amazing. Want to see?

By On September 25, 2012 Respond
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UrtheCast: 24×7 Real-Time Video Feed Of Earth From Space To Go Live Soon

UrtheCast: 24×7 Real-Time Video Feed Of Earth From Space To Go Live Soon

Have you ever imagined seeing live imagery of the Earth from Space 24×7? Well, this is about to be true. Two high-definition (HD) cameras are going to be installed on International Space Station (ISS) which will provide 24×7 live video coverage of the Earth. The world will never look the same again.

By On September 19, 2012 Respond
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Sony Alpha SLT-A99 Full-Frame 24.3MP Digital SLR Camera

Sony Alpha SLT-A99 Full-Frame 24.3MP Digital SLR Camera

Along with the Cyber-shot RX1 and NEX-6, Sony also brought a new DSLR camera – Alpha A99. This DSLR camera brings 24.3MP full-frame imaging with Translucent Mirror Technology. Sony Alpha A99 comes with an Exmor CMOS sensor and BIONZ image processing engine. Check more details below.

By On September 16, 2012 Respond
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Olympus PEN E-PL1 12.3MP Interchangeable Digital Camera

Olympus PEN E-PL1 12.3MP Interchangeable Digital Camera

The Olympus PEN E-PL1 12.3MP digital camera with is a small camera that can do bigger jobs. The camera body is packed with technology normally found in professional DSLR cameras and High-Definition (HD) camcorders. Check the specification and more details below.

By On September 15, 2012 Respond
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Mr Beams MB360 Wireless LED Seciruty Spotlight With Motion Sensor

Mr Beams MB360 Wireless LED Seciruty Spotlight With Motion Sensor

Mr Beams wireless LED spotlight MB360 is a great security product. It is powered with a battery, and works with motion sensor and photo cell. Featuring weatherproof design for durability and powerful bright LED with minimum power consumption this can be the best spotlight for outdoor use. Check more details below.

By On September 14, 2012 Respond
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Sony DSC-RX1: World’s First 24.3 MP Full-Frame Compact Digital Camera

Sony DSC-RX1: World’s First 24.3 MP Full-Frame Compact Digital Camera

Japanese consumer electronics giant Sony has brought the world’s first full-frame compact digital camera with 24.3MP Exmor CMOS sensor. The model, released under Cyber-shot family, is marked DSC-RX1. The camera features a newly developed large-diameter F2.0 Carl Zeiss Sonnar T 35mm f/2.0 fixed prime lens that produce refined background de-focusing and macro capabilities. This compact digital camera is smaller and lighter compare to any DSLR, but produce high quality image and video. Check more details below.

By On September 12, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Use Your Voice To Take Pictures With Samsung Galaxy S III

[Tutorial] How To Use Your Voice To Take Pictures With Samsung Galaxy S III

How many times you wanted to take a picture of yourself and when you turn your phone to do so but you can’t properly hit shutter button on your screen? Well your nightmares are over! If you are using Samsung Galaxy S III, Galaxy Note or other Android smartphones that don’t have dedicated camera shutter button you can a simply adjust and tell your phone when to take a picture instead of pressing shutter button on your screen. In this tutorial I will show you how to do that.

By On September 12, 2012 Respond
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Sony NEX-6 Camera Image Leaked, Shows Features And Lens

Sony NEX-6 Camera Image Leaked, Shows Features And Lens

A photography workshop director named Vincent Kang has revealed an image of Sony NEX-6 on Weibo. The published image shows the body and different lens options of NEX-6. The leaked image shows NEX-6, along with a 24mm and a 50 mm lens, is almost the same as NEX-5R; the new one just have a slightly better control functions and an electronic viewfinder.

By On September 6, 2012 1 Response
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EyeRing: A Finger Worn Visual Assistant For The Blinds

EyeRing: A Finger Worn Visual Assistant For The Blinds

Cameras have been playing a very significant role in our daily lives. Now, I am going to tell an unconventional application of cameras’ that will surely amaze you. Recently, a team from the Fluid Interfaces Group at MIT’s Media Lab has developed a prototype camera worn on a finger ring, called EyeRing. But that’s not the main part. EyeRing can translate images of objects captured through a camera lens and feeds the information back to the user via the earphone, who are, in this case, blind. The camera will let blind people ‘see’ through their ears.

By On August 15, 2012 Respond
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Samsung WB850F 16.2MP Smart Camera

Samsung WB850F 16.2MP Smart Camera

Samsung has added a new compact smart camera in its camera product line. Its 21x zoom lens starts at f2.8 23mm which is one of the brightest and widest lenses currently available on this type of camera. This camera has a pretty 3-inch high resolution AMOLED display that can take picture in the bright sun. By using its built-in Wi-Fi, you can instantly share and save photos. You can also quickly and easily change important camera settings through its Smart Panel. The camera is now available at major online stores.

By On August 8, 2012 Respond
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Sony NEX-5R And NEX-6 Mirrorless Cameras Will Launch On September [Rumor]

Sony NEX-5R And NEX-6 Mirrorless Cameras Will Launch On September [Rumor]

A Sony camera news site called Sony Alpha Rumors has claimed that Sony’s new NEX series cameras will be announced in September before Photokina show. The NEX series is a popular product line of Sony camera and the upcoming models are NEX-5R and NEX-6. The source also claimed that both cameras will feature Wi-Fi support.

By On August 6, 2012 Respond
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Radian – An Excellent Motion Time-Lapse Device At Kickstarter

Radian – An Excellent Motion Time-Lapse Device At Kickstarter

If you are a photographer, you probably know about time-lapses. Time-lapses are a series of photos taken at a lower frame rate than that used to view the photo sequence; so that when they are viewed, it seems like time is moving faster and thus lapsing. Time-lapses are quite popular among professional photographers and now, a new Kickstarter project offers an excellent tool to capture creative time-lapses with ease.

By On July 30, 2012 Respond
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Samsung MV900F – New Camera With Wi-Fi, Gesture Control

Samsung MV900F – New Camera With Wi-Fi, Gesture Control

Samsung has a knack of rolling out cameras with new features of its own, regardless of how the industry is moving. Following this tradition, that Korean electronics giant has now announced MV900F, which comes equipped with Wi-Fi as well as gesture control. Although other specifications of the camera are fairly normal, these two features are definitely very useful.

By On July 19, 2012 Respond
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Camera Developed By Israeli Scientists Can See Through Skin

Camera Developed By Israeli Scientists Can See Through Skin

Earlier we have seen a camera by MIT that is capable of capturing hidden things using laser. Now, three researchers from Israel have made a camera that can see around corners, through solid objects like frosted glass, and skin using normal light. You don’t need to set-up expensive equipments any more, the new camera will work in normal light..

By On July 18, 2012 Respond
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Auto Pan-Tilt Technology Let Cameras Track Fast-Moving Objects Automatically

Auto Pan-Tilt Technology Let Cameras Track Fast-Moving Objects Automatically

It’s a bit hard to constantly follow a person or a dynamic object (such as a person, a moving vehicle and so on) while keeping it in focus during live shooting of events. Researchers have been doing hard work on this to develop such technology in video camera that will do this work accurately. Recently, researchers at University of Tokyo’s Ishikawa Oku Laboratory have developed a technology that can track fast-moving objects accurately while shooting. The technology is targeted to solve the problems of the camera operators in live broadcasting events who struggles to follow the moving objects or actors.

By On July 16, 2012 Respond
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