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We do our best to protect our cameras, cell phones, MP3 players, and other electronics from extreme weather conditions, drops, force, and water. It makes sense to do so, given that most of these gadgets don’t stand a chance against a bucket of water, accidental drop, or extreme temperatures. Realizing that life brings its fair share of bumps, spills, and accidents, Olympus has launched an entire line of digital cameras that are designed to take a licking and keep on ticking. The Olympus Stylus Tough-8000 is the top model in Olympus' newly renamed "Tough" series of digital cameras that are made to survive the battles of everyday life. This camera is able to survive a drop from 6.6 feet, capture... Read more...
The year's big photography expo, better known as PMA, has yet to kick off in Las Vegas, but Panasonic's not waiting for March. Instead, it's delivering an all new family of LUMIX point-and-shoots, and we'll be breaking the whole crew down right here. The party gets started with the creation of the ZS-Series, which is being introduced with two members. First is the LUMIX DMC-ZS3 (shown above), which offers a 10.1 megapixel sensor, 25mm ultra-wide-angle LEICA DC VARIO-ELMAR lens and a 12x optical zoom. It also includes Panasonic's Intelligent Auto (iA) mode with the addition of Face Recognition, and new for this year is iA in Movie Mode. Speaking of which, the ZS3 is the company's first camera... Read more...
Featuring high-speed burst shooting faster than an SLR camera, Casio’s new EXILIM EX-FS10 ($349.99) and EX-FC100 ($399.99) cameras support a high-speed 30 shot-per-second burst rate and high-speed movie capture at a maximum of 1,000 fps. The 9.1MP EX-FS10 measures 0.64-inches thin and has a 3X optical zoom lens and a 2.5-inch high-performance Super Clear LCD. Also a 9.1MP camera, the EX-FC100 is a tad thicker, at 0.9 inches. This camera has a 5x optical zoom with a CMOS shift anti-shake function and a 2.7-inch high-performance Super Clear LCD. Both cameras can capture up to 30 shots per second of 6.0-megapixel images. They can also save up to 25 frames prior to the instant that the shutter button... Read more...
Today, Sony unveiled the first Wi-Fi enabled digital camera with a built-in web browser. This new Cyber-shot DSC-G3 is so special that Sir Howard Stringer himself did the honors of announcing it. With its wireless capabilities, the Cyber-shot DSC-G3 can upload videos and photos using any public hotspot, making photo sharing easier and more convenient. The camera can wirelessly connect to any public hotspot, whether free or fee-based, secured or unsecured. You’ll get complimentary AT&T Wi-Fi access to Sony’s Easy Upload Home Page until Jan. 31, 2012 with the camera, giving you Wi-Fi access at thousands of AT&T hotspots across the country. To access the Web browser, all you have to do is... Read more...
Today, Olympus announced nine new cameras at CES. These cameras range in specs, size, shape, and capabilities. Here’s a quick run-down of each new model, along with a link to each camera's press release. With one of the most powerful zoom capabilities we’ve seen in a point-and-shoot to date, the SP-590UZ has a new 26x optical zoom with an equivalent focal length of 26-676mm. This camera offers advanced manual controls that experienced photographers and D-SLR users will love along with fully automatic settings for a quick shot. Rounding out the list of specs, the SP-590UZ sports a 12-megapixel image sensor, Dual Image Stabilization, Face Detection, Ultra High-Speed Sequential shooting, and a 2.7-inch... Read more...
We haven't posted any links to digital camera reviews for some time, but according to Bytesector, Nikon's Coolpix L3 5MP deserves some attention. The suggested MSRP for the camera is around $270, which makes it a great buy for someone who's looking for a decent camera that doesn't cost an arm and a leg. "Nikon's L series got a big push this year with three new models and offers the Coolpix L3 as the only new 5 megapixel camera for 2006. The L3 provides some of Nikon's reliable features to help you take better pictures. But have they addressed the fidgety flash we have experienced here at Bytesector all too often?"... Read more...
Hey folks, I hope your all having a good weekend. I'm just stopping in for a few minutes to update you on the news that's floating around this weekend... enjoy! C3 Expo 2005 Coverage @ XYZ Computing "It is conveniently (for me) located at the Javits Center in New York City so even though it mainly featured enterprise level hardware and services I figured I would stop by and see if I could dig up anything interesting. Some of the more interesting companies attending were Google, CMS Products, SilverStone, Pepper Pads, and NEC. In addition to the hardware their was lots of software, conferences, and keynote speakers." Nikon Coolpix S1 5MP Digital Camera @ Bytesector "It's slim, tiny,... Read more...
Good morning folks!  How's everybody doing today?  I hope you're all doing well.  We here in the HH labs are up to our usual hijinks, overclocking, benchmarking, evaluating, and the like.  Before we get to posting our next review though, we've got some news to tide you over.  Not too much going on this morning, but it'll pick up by tonight I'm sure...  Asus K8N-E Motherboard Review @ PCStats: "In any case, in this review PCstats will be focusing on the brand new Asus K8N-E Socket 754 motherboard. This little baby is powered by nVidia's nForce3-250Gb chipset, and comes loaded with features like an additional four port Serial ATA/RAID Silicon Image controller,... Read more...
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