Tag: cameras

Camera comparison Samsung SH100 vs. ST95

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla A camera for every type of user. That seems to be Samsung’s mantra this year as it unveiled a slew of consumer point and shoot cameras out for this Spring.

Cisco discontinues Flip pocket camera business

By Ted Kritsonis

Only two years after acquiring Pure Digital, the company that created the Flip brand of pocket camcorders, Cisco has announced that it is discontinuing the entire Flip business as part of a major reorganization at the company.

Sony Bloggie Touch video camera reviewed

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Like most cameras in this category, the Sony Bloggie Touch is designed for quick deployment and connection to computers by way of a flip-out USB key. Once connected to your computer you will have access to Sony’s software for editing video as well as sharing it with online services like Flickr, YouTube, Facebook and Picasa.

Samsung EX1 digital camera reviewed

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

The prosumer point-and-shoot segment has maintained its popularity and users not keen on large DSRLs or even compact interchangeable lens cameras have been looking for powerful yet pocketable cameras. Samsung’s EX1 is a superb fixed lens camera that harkens back to rangefinder cameras that were small yet managed to take stunning photographs

Photography Lover’s Gift Guide from WhatsYourTech.ca

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Holiday season is the time when great pictures and videos are essential. For the photography lovers in your life, we’ve put together a gift guide that runs the gamut of applications, cameras and accessories – everything needed to vividly preserve your memories. Here is WhatsYourTech.ca’s Photography Lover’s Gift Guide.

Fotobounce 3.1 plugs some big holes, but a few more tweaks needed

By Ted Kritsonis

Face recognition is fast becoming a staple of photo editing software because of the simple fact that it helps organize growing libraries of digital photos. The latest version of Fotobounce fills in some crucial gaps in organizing and sharing full resolution photos, but some extra tweaks would’ve made this update even better.

Sony NEX-5 a game-changer in future of digital photography

Text and photos by Ted Kritsonis

When Sony launched the Alpha NEX-5 and NEX-3 digital cameras, the company boasted that it had achieved SLR-quality images in a body that was comparable to a small point-and-shoot. Though not entirely true, the final result here is likely a game-changing move that will force competitors to trim the fat even more on their own Micro Four-Thirds cameras.