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Articles tagged with: Photography

Take Panaromic Photos With Your iPhone

The panoramic feature is the widest employed feature in imaging devices. If you are unfamiliar with panoramic, it is a type of photography which allows you to join a series of pictures creating a panorama like 3D view.

Up until now, Panoramic photography was limited to only digital cameras, which came equipped with such lenses that allowed them to capture panoramic stills.

Smartphones lacked this technology as the lens of the smartphone camera is usually not very sophisticated. However, this feature is no longer exclusive to digital cameras. Pixeet has found a solution to this problem.

New Sony Cybershots Coming This Month ?

If sources are to be believed, Sony will announce a new compact camera later this month. No official announcement yet but still it will be interesting to see what kind of new features will be coming with the new stuff.

According to popular rumors, Sony has chosen a completely new sensor for the upcoming professional SLT (Translucent) camera. The sensor will have 24 Megapixels but don’t worry, the noise performance of the sensor is equal if not better than current 14-16 Megapixels Sony sensors used for the NEX and A33/A55 cameras.

Sony Announces New A35 Camera W/ Lens Kit

Sony has just released an awesome new camera with an interchangeable lens, called the Sony a35. This new camera takes clear shots through Sony’s Translucent Mirror Technology, allowing for responsive and accurate continuous autofocus.

The Sony a35 will also feature Tele-zoom High Speed Shooting, letting you capture those in-the-moment high-speed shots. Delivering a 1.4x zoom while shooting up to seven frames per second. Users will enjoy 16.2MP of resolution using the Exmor APS HD CMOS sensor, capturing detailed, HD video images with low-noise.

$35 Waterproof Digital Camera, Amazing Deal

Have you ever wanted to go white water rafting without destroying your state-of-the-art digital camera, or wrecking your brand new Android smartphone? If the answer is yes, Photojojo may have a solution for you. The company has launched a digital camera, priced at just $35, that will take pictures at a 1.3MP resolution (I had a 1.3MP digital camera in 2002).

The LCD display isn’t anything too special, as it measures only 1.4″ diagonal. The camera can take photos of up to 100 feet underwater. While it won’t take the sharpest photos (by far), it certainly is better than nothing, especially when you’re set to go snorkeling but don’t have any water-proof cameras with you.

200MP H4D-200MS Camera: $45,000

A company called Hasselblad has just created a 200MP camera called the H4D-200MS. The camera is based on a 50MP sensor and composites six shots to create the effective resolution. Each photo takes about 30 seconds to take and uses a piezoelectric motor to create the image. Since 30 seconds is quite a long time to hold a smile and the lungs can only exhale so much, this camera is most ideal for product photography.

The camera shoots at modest sensitivities between ISO 50 and 800, and keeps the True Focus feature. The True Focus feature uses motion sensors to auto-adjust the focus after the camera is rotated for an off-center shot. Now here’s the kicker:

Lomography Rolls Out LC-Wide Plastic Camera

Lomography has just unleashed a new plastic camera that uses 35mm film and plastic cameras. A lomography camera uses cheaply made materials to create colorful and dreamy photographs. Each camera is unique and its effects vignetting and light leaks are valued as part of the imperfect vintage look. This camera is called the LC-Wide and comes at a $389, a price most do not consider cheap.

The camera features a 17mm Minigon Ultra-Wide Angle Lens. The LC-Wide camera gives users the freedom of choosing three different photo formats (full, half, or square) as well as choosing vibrant colors, strong vignetting, and multiple exposures.

Sigma Announces 46MP Camera

Electronics manufacturer, Sigma has just released a very high-end 46 megapixel DSLR (Digital Single-Lens Reflex) camera that is sure to capture the highest quality photos. Hitting the ultra-high benchmark of megapixels doesn’t come easy. Sigma used a three-layer sensor, made up of 15MP per layer, using a True II Image processor.

The super sharp camera also produces 100 to 6,400 iso sensitivity, 11-point auto-focus and has a magnesium body with sealed o-rings. The camera features a three-inch 460,000 color LCD that ensures the photographer that only the best photos be taken.

Sony A390, Great Budget DSLR Camera

Sony’s A390, starting at 350 pounds, is one of the cheapest DSLRs on the market. It features a bit of a restyling from the previous A380. For the price, the A390 is one of the best deals money can buy. The camera comes equipped with a 2.7-inch LCD screen that can be tilted for better viewing and comes with Live View that lets you check out the action when filming or setting up tripod shots.

The camera has a 14.7 MP sensor that allows it to be a powerhouse at taking sharp photos.

Introducing The 16.2MP, Sony NEX C3

With summer just around the corner, consumers are looking for reliable, high-powered cameras that will allow them to take the best snapshots of their upcoming summer vacation. And you know, with a brand like Sony, you’re not likely to be let down. Sony has unleashed some information about the upcoming NEX C3.

This gorgeous device brings together elements of “classic tradition” with futuristic components. Together, the two vibes interweave to bring you a beautiful 16.2MP camera that supports 720p HD video recording and captures the most important photos in your life. The popout LCD screen provides excellent views for those low-angle shots with an intuitive and simple button configuration.