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Polaroid Z2300 Instant Digital Camera

Thursday, July 5, 2012

Polaroid Z2300 Instant Digital Camera  
With digital cameras that now abound in the market today, it can be quite hard to choose one that has all the features that one wants. While there are many digital cameras to choose from, only quite a few offers a way to print out those captured images in an instant. You can rely on cameras like the Polaroid Z2300 Instant Digital Camera to have such features.

The Polaroid Z2300 is the newest addition to the Polaroid family of instant digital cameras. This unique camera comes with an integrated printer using Zink Technology that enables instant printing of captured images in the camera in less than a minute. It is a feature that not all digital cameras can offer.

The Polaroid Z2300 features a 10MP sensor camera capable of printing 2×3″ photos that are water resistant, smudge proof and tear resistant. The camera also comes with a 3-inch LCD for viewing photos. The Polaroid Z2300 Instant Digital Camera is available at Polaroid for US$160.

Point Grey Flea3 4K Camera

Point Grey Flea3 4K Camera  
While 4K cameras are not that popular among consumers, they do provide videos that come with higher resolutions. This makes them quite useful for a variety of industrial uses. It also makes an able webcam for business use since they offer better hi-res videos for video conferences. It is for this reason that size counts, much like what the Point Grey Flea3 4K Camera offers.

The Point Grey Flea3 4K camera is considered as one of the smallest and fastest USB 3.0 cameras in the world today. Able to provide hi-res videos in such a small package, the Point Grey Flea3 camera comes with a Sony Exmor R sensor. Although it is capable of recording video in hi-res, it may not yet be able to offer cinema-grade videos since it only records at 21fps using full resolution. Despite this limitation, the Flea3 can offer a wide range of uses as a camera for optical inspection, interactive multimedia and broadcast.

The Point Grey Flea3 comes in several models ranging from 1.3MP to 8.8MP sensors. Its impressive features come at a steep price. The Flea3 4K Camera is available at Point Grey for up to US$945. It is not something that ordinary consumers can afford readily.

Samsung upstages Sony with f/1.4-equipped EX2F point-and-shoot for $549

Samsung upstages Sony with f/1.4-equipped EX2F point-and-shoot for $549
Samsung's been flaunting its WiFi-equipped Smart cameras throughout the last year, but with a generally significant trade-off in image quality, we haven't been terribly impressed. This 12.4-megapixel CMOS shooter packs an f/1.4-2.7 lens — quite a feat for any point-and-shoot — along with a full-size hot shoe, dual image stabilization, a top ISO setting of 12,800 (extended), a 24-79mm 3.3x lens and a 3-inch swivel VGA-resolution AMOLED display. That's in addition to the full manual shooting mode, RAW option, 1080x30p HD video capture and the standard plethora of WiFi options, including Remote Viewfinder and Auto Backup.

Accessory add-ons include an optical viewfinder, external mic and a secondary flash (a smaller pop-up model is built-in, and retracts when not in use). There's no hint of pricing or availability, but with that industry-leading f/1.4 lens, pro-level features and AMOLED display, we're certain that the EX2F won't come cheap. Samsung has confirmed that the camera will be priced at $549, and is scheduled to hit stores in August.

Nikon releases D4 firmware 1.02 with minor display, formatting, network stability improvements in tow

Nikon releases D4 firmware 1.02 with minor display, formatting, network stability improvements in tow
Have you managed to get your hands on Nikon's elusive D4 full-frame DSLR? It should be smooth sailing from here, with the occasional firmware update being your only critical acquisition going forward. D4 firmware 1.02 brings a handful of minor fixes, but if you're in need of any of the enhancements listed below, it's surely a must have:
  • Format memory card can now be added to My Menu.
  • Gamut for Adobe RGB images displayed in the camera's monitor has now been changed. This enables more vivid display of images.
  • The stability of network connections when the FTP upload option is selected has been increased.
  • When recording movies using a lens with an aperture ring in [P] or [S] exposure mode, and Aperture ring selected for Custom Setting f10: Customize command dials>Aperture setting, the minimum aperture was applied. This issue has been resolved.
  • When a still image captured during movie recording with 1920 ×1080; 30 fps; crop, 1920 × 1080; 25 fps; crop, or 1920 × 1080; 24 fps; crop selected for Movie settings>Frame size/frame rate and Live frame grab selected for Custom Setting g4: Assign shutter button was displayed in Capture NX 2 or ViewNX 2, the position of the focus point displayed differed from actual recording position. This issue has been resolved.
  • An issue that caused the camera to freeze when attempting to format a memory card (setup menu > Format memory card) while the camera was connected to a network in HTTP server mode has been resolved.

Extreme Sports Action Camera

Extreme Sports Action Camera  
Check out this affordable ‘Extreme Sports Action Camera' from Light In The Box. Priced at just $54.99, the camera sports a 1.3MP CMOS image sensor, a 64MB of internal memory, a microSD card slot (up to 8GB), a USB 2.0 port, a Li-ion battery and has the ability to capture 640 x 480 VGA video at 30fps. [Product Page]







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