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  • The Nolab Digital Super 8 Cartridge Could Digitize Your Old Movie Cameras

    The Nolab Digital Super 8 Cartridge Could Digitize Your Old Movie Cameras

    Photographer Hayes Urban wants to breathe new life into your old Super 8 camera. As you’ll recall, Super 8 was a format used in prehistoric times to shoot home movies. The cartridges contained actual film and to play back the movies you used something called a movie projector. It should be noted that there was nary a digital step in the entire process. Humans, to their chagrin… Read More

  • Upthere’s Beta Users Have Uploaded More Than 3.5M Files

    Upthere’s Beta Users Have Uploaded More Than 3.5M Files

    Upthere launched their first apps into beta last week, and so far the beta period is off to a good start, the company tells me. No word on how many users have slipped through during the beta, but I’m told that invites are being slowly doled out. Over 3.5 million files have been uploaded to Upthere, which aims to be your personal computer in the cloud. Once your files are there… Read More

  • This Little Dock Reinvents GoPro Mounts

    This Little Dock Reinvents GoPro Mounts

    The beauty of GoPro cameras come from their versatility. They can be mounted nearly anywhere in countless positions. But that often takes time. This little device solves that problem. Meet Slopes. The concept is simple: Drop a GoPro camera in the mount and position it as needed. There are 20 different ways to point the camera. Best of all, there’s no fuss or mess. Traditionally… Read More

  • Camera+, The Third-Party Camera App With 14 Million Users, Goes Free

    Camera+, The Third-Party Camera App With 14 Million Users, Goes Free

    Tap tap tap, the company behind the popular third-party camera app Camera+, is making its flagship application free today. The app, which has grown over the years to reach 14 million users and $18 million in sales, has capitalized on Apple iPhone users’ demand for an expanded set of photography-related features that take advantage of the high-quality cameras found on their device. But… Read More

  • Sigma’s Newest Full-Frame Wide Zoom Lens Has A Constant F2 Aperture

    Sigma’s Newest Full-Frame Wide Zoom Lens Has A Constant F2 Aperture

    Sigma has a new zoom lens that could be the perfect walk around lens for street photographer: A 24-35mm zoom lens designed for full-frame cameras, with a unique feature that’s sure to add to its versatility – a constant, wide open f2 aperture. It’s a lens that could replace three standard kit primes for a lot of DSLR photographers, including 24, 28 and 35mm focal lengths. Read More

  • The DxO ONE Is A Plug-In iPhone Camera With A 1-Inch Sensor

    The DxO ONE Is A Plug-In iPhone Camera With A 1-Inch Sensor

    Your iPhone camera is already one of the better mobile cameras available, but a new accessory from imaging technology leader DxO could up the iPhone’s game considerably. The Lightning-enabled DxO ONE has a super bright f1.8 aperture lens, and a 20.2 megapixel, 1-inch sensor. That sensor size is on par with the Sony RX100 series of compact camera, which produces amazing pictures in terms… Read More

  • Prynt Cell Phone Printer

    The Case That Turns Your Phone Into A Polaroid Camera Is Now On Kickstarter

    The Prynt case, which lets you print photos directly from your phone, is now available for pre-order on Kickstarter. Read More

  • HTC Just Launched RE, A Flip Camera For Your Smartphone

    HTC Just Launched RE, A Flip Camera For Your Smartphone

    HTC is indeed launching a camera, as the rumors suggested. The new RE (just RE) resembles a tiny periscope, and it’s not quite a GoPro, but it’s not quite a Flip camera, either (but it really seems like one). Instead, it’s designed to be a solution not unlike a mobile smartphone camera, albeit without the screen attached. HTC CEO said that today marks a “new milestone… Read More

  • Narrative's Clip On Camera | One Lap

    Narrative’s Clip-On Camera | One Lap

    In this week’s episode of One Lap, Martin Källström of Narrative joined me at Thunderhill Raceway. I met Martin earlier this year while he was visiting San Francisco from Sweden. During our meeting he asked me for suggestions on how to spend a Saturday in the Bay Area. I immediately suggested that he join me at Thunderhill the next day. I neglected to mention that Thunderhill had… Read More