This week, GoPro joined a growing list of camera manufacturers that have enabling webcam functionality. This makes a lot of sense right, existing customers gaining extra functionality from a product they already own, that’s awesome. Having additional options for webcams is also continuing to be important during coronavirus restrictions and today...
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    Taiwanese PC peripheral manufacturer Genius has unveiled an interesting take on the wired mouse, recently– namely, the addition of a small camera to the base of their unit’s housing. The All-in-One Mouse and Camera hides a small 2.0 Megapixel sensor which can be used to take snaps when a notebook...
  • Canon 7D firmware 2.0 here to boost performance

    Image credit: David Hintze Canon 7D owners pay attention, this post is for you. Today Canon Australia released new firmware available for the popular EOS 7D camera. The changes in version 2.0 are considerable, adding new features, additional performance and as you’d expect some bug fixes. Here’s the full...
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    Nokia has just released a video to promote their Nokia 808 PureView handset. Brought to fame at Mobile World Congress for having that ridiculous 41 megapixel camera. The video walks through what you can achieve with an image sensor of that size. Nokia points to better depth, speed, colour,...
  • D-Link’s 2012 security camera line-up

    Recently at the KickStart Forum on the Gold Coast, I got a chance to take a look at D-Link’s latest consumer security camera line-up. Their network enabled, cameras allow for remote monitoring of your home from the web or mobile application. Using the new mydlink website, you can access...
  • Canon 5D Mark III finally announced

    Yesterday Canon finally announced the anticipated successor of highly regarded and respected Canon 5D line. The 5D Mark II is used by both professional and prosumer photographers across the globe, it was also used on the set of major productions like the TV show House. The 5D Mark II...
  • New top of the line Canon 1D X coming March 2012

    Canon has announced a new flagship camera, the EOS-1D X. From March 2012, professional photographers will be able to get their hands on the Canon’s finest creation yet. With specs that will ensure it takes the crown as the best Canon ever, on-board is a full-frame 18.1 Megapixel sensor,...
  • Make smooth sliding professional looking video with DP Slider

    DP Slider is a camera track system for DSLR and video cameras. You may have seen videos that move smoothly from top to bottom or side to side and wonder why your clumsy hands can’t achieve the same thing. The DP Slider can take your video from a shaky...
  • Canon 1100D available in red ?

      In what can only be described as a bizarre choice by Canon, the new low-end DSLR 1100D will be available in a red body. Initially I thought it was part of Bono’s product campaign again aids, but no, turns out not to be the case. The Canon...
  • Canon zooms past 60 Million EF lenses

      Canon today announced that since 1987, its Utsunomiya Plant in Japan has churned out more than 60 million EF lenses. The world of photography is certainly alive and well my friends. Canon reached its first 10 million lenses made, way back in 1995, 8 years after production started....
  • Canon 600D announced! Adds filters, in-camera video editing

    Canon has decided today is their day for announcements so get ready for a few posts. The biggest of those announcements is the unveiling of the Canon EOS 600D. The new top of this line entry-level DSLR from Canon now comes with a bunch of new features, including 5...
  • Amazing motion time lapse of New York

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  • Sony introduce first consumer Video-SLR

    It’s not often we see brand new technology in the industry, especially in a category that’s existed for so long. Video cameras are nothing new, but a interchangeable lens system is just plain disruptive. Still cameras have offered the ability to switch out lenses for different situations for a...

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