Samsung DualView DV300F WiFi Enabled Compact Camera Unveiled

Samsung has this week unveiled a new compact camera to their range in the form of the Samsung DualView DV300F. Which is equipped with dual screens, with one positioned on the front allowing you to take photos at arm length with ease and see the image you will capture.

The Samsung DualView DV300F is also equipped with a 16 megapixel sensor, WiFi connectivity, and sharing options for Facebook, Picasa, Flickr, and YouTube. Its also equipped with a 5x optical zoom and a 25mm wide-angle lens.

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Holga Galaxy S II Lens Filter Case Kit Arrives

Back in November we featured a new style of Holga smartphone lens filter case for the iPhone, in the form of the Holga Lens Filter kit. Which has been designed to allow you to add creative effects to your photos without the need for additional software, using physical filters that can be selected from a revolving dial.

Well, this week Holga has now unveiled their latest version created for the Samsung Galaxy SII smartphone. Once fitted to your smartphone the Holga kit provides you with access to 9 different special effects and filters without any software or app installed.

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Hipstamatic D-Series App Brings Back Click And Wait To Photography

Today Hipstamatic is launching it new D-Series App, which will bring back a retro style of photography, long forgotten with digital cameras. The new Disposable Series iOS app, or D-Series is a free program that doesn’t allow you to view your images as you take them. But forces you to wait until a virtual real has been fully used.

But that’s not all you can also invite others via Facebook to use the virtual roll. Just like a real old school film reel, once a person in the group takes a shot the, real image counter clicks down on everyone’s app in the group.

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MIT Researches Create A Camera That Makes Light Look Slow (video)

Researchers at MIT has created a new camera that is capable of capturing one trillion exposures per second. Enabling it to capture light as it travels down the length of a one-litre bottle and back again, after the light has bounced off the cap. The new camera uses a new technology called a streak camera, which uses a narrow slit as its aperture. Watch a video of the camera in action after the break.

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Optrix HD Case Transforms Your iPhone Into An Outdoor Sports Camera

Optrix the maker of sports video cam cases, has this week unveiled a new addition to their range in the form of the Optrix HD. Which has been designed to transform your iPhone in to a fully fledged outdoor sports camera, that can by mounted to your helmet.

The weatherproof case is fully waterproof and has ultrasonic welds and silicon gaskets, enabling you to take the Optrix out in all types of weather conditions, keeping your iPhone 4, 4S and iPod Touch safe.

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Snappily App Enables 3D Photography On Your iPad 2 And iPhone

A new application called Snappily has been launched in the Apple iTunes App Store this week, that has been built to allow you to take and create 3D images with your iPad 2 and iPhone.

I’ve not had a chance to use the application yet so, I still am little unsure how it creates the 3D image without two cameras. But according to the iTunes App Store description there are a number of features and settings you can play with to create your 3D imagery.

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Tamron Introduces New Sony NEX Lens

Tamron has this week introduced a new lens to its range which have been specifically designed to be used with Sony’s NEX range of cameras. The new Tamron 18-200mm f/3.5-6.3 DI III VC lens is equipped with a E-Mount and a 62mm filter diameter and becomes the first to offer Sony NEX with a high powered zoom capability.

There is already an Alpha lens version available, but the new Tamron lens is equipped with a “step-motor” which is designed to align 100% with the contrast AF system of the NEX.

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Sony NEX-7 Gets Unboxed (Video)

The Sony Nex-7 was announced back in August, and Sony has just announced that it should be hitting stores some time this month, although initial production of the new NEX-7 will remain limited due to the recent floods in Thailand.

As a reminder the Sony NEX-7 is Micro Camera equipped with a 24.3 effective megapixels Exmor APS HD CMOS sensor and boasts the worlds fastest (0.02 sec) release time lag, combined with a quick responsive auto focus.

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Cloak Bag 2.0 For DSLR’s Launched

We first featured the Cloak Bag for DSLR cameras back in February of last year, and the developers of this unique camera bag have just launched a new version, the Cloak Bag 2.0.

The Cloak Bag has been developed by Naranja Studio, and the Cloak Bag 2.0 has been developed over the last year, and comes with a number of design improvements over the original version which are designed to make it more user friendly.

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Leica V-Lux 3 Superzoom Announced

Leica has announced the Leica V-Lux 3 Superzoom, which is basically the Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ150 with Leica branding, and it comes with a 12.1 megapixel sensor, plus a 4.5-108-millimeter f/2.8-5.2 lens which is equivalent to 25mm to 600mm at 35mm.

Other specifications include full manual, aperture priority and shutter priority controls, and it also features Panasonic’s new CMOS sensor and imaging engine, and it can record full HD video in 1080p.

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Instagram Photography App Arriving On Android Smartphones Soon

Instagram the creators of the popular iOS photography application by the same name, have today revealed that a new Instagram Android application is currently under development and will be arriving on Android smartphones very soon.

The Instagram iOS application has around 14 million users, and makes sharing and applying visual effects to your photographs extremely easy. Using a range of filters and features which are all available for free.


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