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  • Rumor: Pentax upgrading DSLRs early next year

    Rumor: Pentax upgrading DSLRs early next year


    I was just getting used to my K100D Super and now I see rumors circulating that the K100D will soon be replaced with the K200D, which is rumored to up the feature set with the inclusion of: Read More

  • Exclusive: Hands on with VholdR

    Exclusive: Hands on with VholdR

    We told you about VholdR at TC40 and I got my grubby mitts on a Beta the other week. I’m extremely excited for this to hit the market in the coming months and while it’s geared towards the active community, just about anyone can use it. You don’t have to be an extreme athlete to own or even want one. The unit itself is super lightweight, under a pound, I think. It’s… Read More

  • Playstation 3 EyeCreate Demos

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    so9.addVariable(“videoURL”, “http://us.playstation.com/blogvideos/EyeCreate/jump.flv”);
    Read More

  • Ghost Finder: induce skeptisism without any work

    Ghost Finder: induce skeptisism without any work


    This is a neat present for that person in your life who seems to have been swayed into submission by pictures of the Loch Ness monster and ghostly ladies at the side of the road. The point and shoot single-use camera adds a ghost into every picture so you don’t have to invest in film editing equipment to get that perfect shot of the Jersey devil. All the fame and fortune of being a… Read More

  • Say Hello To Canon's 21-megapixel DSLR, EOS-1Ds Mark III

    Say Hello To Canon's 21-megapixel DSLR, EOS-1Ds Mark III

    Obviously everyone is ecstatic over the announcement of the EOS-40D, but how about the 1Ds? The 21.1-megapixel full-frame DSLR is made from a light-weight magnesium alloy and offers up blasts of five FPS and up to 56 Large/Fine JPEGS or 12 RAW images. Excuse me, Canon, as I kneel before thee. The EOS-1Ds Mark III will begin shipping in November for $7,999. Press Release Read More

  • Canon Officially Announces EOS 40D

    Canon Officially Announces EOS 40D

    It’s all true except for one minor detail. The highly anticipated DSLR for prosumers is here, sort of. It looks like the September 20 release might be a little off. The EOS 40D is scheduled for an early September delivery. The body alone is $1,299 while a kit version with Canon’s EF 28-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS USM zoom lens will cost you $1,499. Press Release Read More

  • Sony Alpha DLSR, Myth Or Reality?

    Sony Alpha DLSR, Myth Or Reality?

    A little competition is healthy, right? Well, let’s hope Nikon sees it that way when Sony releases the next Alpha series later this fall. If you didn’t already know, Sony makes the sensors for Nikon’s DLSRs. With that aside, all the major DSLR folk should be on their collective toes right about now. Canon is on the verge of releasing of the 40D, which a lot of photogs are… Read More

  • SIA Summer Snowdown 2007: Hands On With OGIO

    SIA Summer Snowdown 2007: Hands On With OGIO

    The SIA show is something I’ve been looking forward to for a few months, while it isn’t the Surf Expo, the Summer Snowdown will quench my outdoorsy action sport needs. There was a ton of cool stuff that I’ll be throwing down as quickly as my phalanges will let me, so stay tuned because there’s something for everyone ranging from gear bags to liquid armored… Read More

  • Spykee Spy Robot – The Best Peeping Tom Ever

    Spykee Spy Robot – The Best Peeping Tom Ever

    That robot in Rocky IV sucks. You know the one I’m talking about. It just cracked crappy jokes and brought people beer – kind of like Peter. Now that it’s 2007, the Spykee Spy Robot is the new hotshot robot in town. This bad boy comes with tank treads, WiFi, a camera, and microphone so you can conduct your own Barbara Walters interviews without risk of botox juice squirting… Read More

  • Vertu Gets The 3G, Leather Treatment

    Vertu Gets The 3G, Leather Treatment

    Rollin’ in mah Bentley
    Cruisin down the street
    Got bling on my wrists, ankles
    neck and teeth Got a call on my cellie
    Yo let me show you it
    This Vertu Ascent T
    has gotta be the shit It’s not out yet
    Still with tha FCC
    But I got a unit
    Cause I got 10,000 Gs Read More

  • Canon EOS 5D Mark II Spotted

    Canon EOS 5D Mark II Spotted

    Gizmodo found some leaked photos of the unannounced 5D Mark II on some crazy German forum. No details are known yet other than it will replace the current 5D, so a similar feature set is assumed. Make of it what you will, but this SLR sure is purdy. Update: Alright so this is definitely fake. Oh well, there’s always hope.
    Canon EOS 5D Mark II Gets Spotted Bigfoot Style [Giz] Read More

  • Great Outdoors: Have Video, Will Travel

    Great Outdoors: Have Video, Will Travel


    Why are you watching videos again? Summer is currently in full effect. It’s hot as hell outside, the sky is beautiful, the water is warm – you need to get out there. So bring your family or some good buddies and hit the trails, slope, or beaches. Find something to do. Just remember to be equipped with the best video gear possible. Because between the 14-hour car ride to your… Read More

  • Pentax Announces Superfied K100D

    Pentax Announces Superfied K100D

    Pentax announced an update to their ever-popular K100D dSLR, which is a simple-to-use, entry-level model that even your mother could use. So what’s new with K100D Super? Building on rock solid features like the Shake Reduction system is a ground-breaking Dust Removal system commingling with SDM lenses. If that isn’t Super than I don’t know what is. Hmmm. How about the… Read More

  • Kodak Camera Sensor May Eliminate Flash

    Kodak Camera Sensor May Eliminate Flash

    Kodak today unveiled its biggest load of crap by announcing that it has developed a way to eliminate flash use on a camera. Thanks to new imaging technology in its new camera sensors, you may not even need a flash the next time you go to take that award-losing night-shot. Only problem is, no matter how good your imaging sensor is, if it’s dark out, it’s dark out. Your pictures… Read More

  • Sony Odo Concepts

    Sony Odo Concepts

    Recently, Sony showcased a range of concept products it’s been working on that don’t require batteries or AC power. For instance, the Spin ‘N’ Snap camera is powered by hand. You pop in your fingers, spin it, and it generates enough juice to power the camera. Seems like it could be pretty handy for people who enjoy camping, love the outdoors, or hate batteries. Read More

  • 14x Zoom with Built-In Digital Camera

    14x Zoom with Built-In Digital Camera

    In today’s installment of gadgets that enable you to stalk more efficiently, we bring you the 14x Spotting Scope digital camera. Most people would mount a zoom lense on a digital camera. You could do it that way, or go the other direction: mount a camera to a zoom lens. If you’re going for megapixelage, you’ll have to look elsewhere, as the camera boasts a mediocre… Read More

  • Nokia N82 Makes An Appearance

    Nokia N82 Makes An Appearance

    Nokia has just been getting crazier with each N-series handset they announce. Each new handset tends to have a sleeker design then the previous model as well as a higher price tag. The N82 is no exception to this. With 3G, a 5-megapixel camera, 320×240 TFT display, built-in WiFi, and Bluetooth, this phone is looking to be absolutely killer. Read More

  • GPS Sniper Rifle Tracks Terrorists, Pizza Delivery Guy

    GPS Sniper Rifle Tracks Terrorists, Pizza Delivery Guy

    Though headshots and blowing the enemy’s leg off in battle are fun in video games, non-lethal weapons can prove extremely useful in real-life situations. Danish company Empire North is working on a GPS-based rifle called ID Sniper that’s designed to embed a tiny GPS chip in a target’s body from up to 1.1km away. But if you’re thinking that GPS chips are the only… Read More

  • Olympus Stylus 780: Basic 7.1-megapixel Point-and-Shoot

    Olympus Stylus 780: Basic 7.1-megapixel Point-and-Shoot


    Olympus’ latest point-and-shoot digital camera, the “all weather” Stylus 780, keeps many of the same basic features from last fall’s Stylus 750 (7.1-megapixel image sensor, 2.5-inch LCD and 5X optical zoom) while adding a few that are intended to squeeze every last drop of goodness out of the camera. It incorporates the TruePic III image sensor (just like its more… Read More

  • Sony's New PictureStation Photo Printers

    Sony's New PictureStation Photo Printers

    Sony dropped a load of new photo printers today — the PictureStation DPP-FP90 (pictured above) and the PictureStation DPP-FP70 (pictured after the jump). Both print “lab-quality 4×6-inch prints” in 45 seconds (remember when you had to wait at CVS for an hour?), and the company seems especially proud of the built-in editing features that let you fix up your exposure… Read More