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Monday, 20 August 2012 17:22

Android moves to Nikon cameras?

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The Nikon Coolpix S800c is assumed to be a new camera from the Japanese manufacturer and it is belived it will feature Android software. It is not official, but after seeing leaked photos of the device we can say it looks promising. If it comes out it will be first Android based camera, and it is expected to be announced on August 22nd. The device will have 4.5-54mm lens, 3.5“ OLED display and will run on Android 2.3 Gingerbread. 

Published in Leaks and Rumors
Wednesday, 20 June 2012 20:52

New Gigapixel Camera Shown Off At Duke

OB-TL305_0620ca_G_20120620114912As something of a photography buff I like reading about new imaging technology and of course I am always checking out the next best thing in digital cameras to come out. So when I read that someone had created a Gigapixel camera I had to find out more about it. Yes I said Gigapixel as in 1,000 Mega Pixels. The amazing new device was put together by scientists at Duke University and while it represents an amazing leap forward it is not quite ready for the market.

Published in News

facebook_moneySo the rumors about a “Facebook” phone have begun to pop up again. This time they are claiming that the arrival date of the social device will be sometime next year. These rumors are being fueled by other rumors (which is how you do it) and all seem to back up the possibility that Facebook might indeed be looking to try and enter the smart phone arena. How smart this decision is remains to be seem, but for now let’s just take a look at some of the supporting evidence.

Published in Editorials

facebook_moneyBack when Facebook bought Instagram for a cool $1 billion it was widely thought that Facebook did this to be able to compete in the mobile market against companies like Google, Apple and a few others. In fact Facebook even made the comments that they were not good at mobile and needed to figure it out as it was a week spot. Now only a few weeks after the purchase Facebook has released their own camera app that can add similar filters to your pictures in the same way that Instagram could.

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