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MSI unveils XSlim X600 & X340 Line-Up

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: February 23, 2009

MSI unveiled two new slim notebooks -- a 13.4" XSlim X340 and another 15.6" XSlim X600, obviously looking more like a Macbook Air. We first saw the MSI XSlim X320 back in January just before CES 2009. The newer XSlims will be full revealed at CEBIT 2009. They won't be running an Atom processor but a Centrino 2 platform. The 15.6" model will weigh about 2kg so that's not really close to the Mac Air though the form factor is strikingly similar. There will be several specs for each model with the X340 ranging between $699 and $999. {source: SlashGear}

Z Camera E1: GoPro Size Camera with Micro Four-Thirds Sensor

Relevance: 46%      Posted on: July 20, 2015

A lot of you might not have heard of the Las Vegas-based company called Z Camera. However, judging by the success of the Kickstarter campaign for the pocket-sized camera dubbed as E1, there’s a good chance that you’ll be hearing more from this up and coming company in the coming months. The Z Camera E1 offers the portability of a GoPro camera and the image quality of a mirrorless camera in a small magnesium cast body. And because the company got a thumbs up from Olympus to legitimately use the micro four-thirds standard, users can attach their existing M4/3 lenses…

Fujifilm FinePix Real 3D Camera

Relevance: 40%      Posted on: July 13, 2009

Fujifilm is developing a prototype digital camera that has two lenses and able to capture a 3D image, according to this feature at This 10 megapixel camera takes two images using the two lenses built in to the camera. That way, it is able to perceive and develop a 3D image (much like the human eye). Of course, it will also come with a special 3D printing service from Fujifilm. This should be out before end of the year for $600 pop.

Relonch Camera unveiled at Photokina

Relevance: 38%      Posted on: September 17, 2014

Amidst the ton of new cameras and lenses being announced in this year’s Photokina is a nifty case called Relonch Camera which turns your iPhone 5/5S and iPhone 6 into a mirrorless camera with a fixed f/2.0 lens. Yes that’s right, a mirrorless camera and not just your ordinary clip on accessory that extends the focal length or gives your iPhone’s lens a wide-angle view. The contraption has a built-in APS-C sensor, similar to the ones found on a typical non-full frame DSLR camera. It comes with its own shutter button, a pair of slots to put in a lace…

Samsung unveils Galaxy Camera EK-GC100

Relevance: 38%      Posted on: August 30, 2012

We call phones with camera a camera phone, but what do you call a camera with the latest Android OS, 3G/4G connectivity and a quad-core processor? A term for that hasn’t been coined yet, so in the meantime let's just call it Samsung Galaxy Camera. We recently featured the Gingerbread-powered Nikon Coolpix S800 which is among the first camera with Android OS (the Polaroid SC1630 Smart Camera as the first one). Samsung did their own take on the Android-powered camera and yesterday announced the Galaxy Camera (EK-GC100) that would redefine the term camera phone. For starters, the Galaxy Camera runs…

Nokia Pro Camera coming to Lumia 920 and 925

Relevance: 37%      Posted on: July 13, 2013

Nokia has confirmed that the Lumia 1020's Nokia Pro Camera app will also be available for the Lumia 920 and Lumia 925. For those who are not familiar, the Nokia Pro Camera is the default camera app of the 41 megapixel-bearing Lumia 1020. It is known for giving its users full control of camera settings such as shutter speed, EV value, ISO, white balance and manual focus. Allowing them to be more creative and flexible with their photographs even if it's just from a smartphone. Watch the video below to see the Nokia Pro Camera in action. According to Nokia,…

When’s the last time you used the front-facing camera?

Relevance: 37%      Posted on: June 30, 2011

I thought 3G video is calling has died several years ago until Apple tried to resurrect it with FaceTime; though I still doubt a lot of people use it regularly even if you can do it over WiFi. But going back to smartphones -- when was the last time you used the front-facing camera? Is 3G video calling really something that's important for the front-facing camera to be a deal-breaker? It's just that for every review of a handset that I do here, I always get comments from readers that a front-facing camera is a must. As for me, the…

Canon Powershot N is a tiny pocket camera

Relevance: 37%      Posted on: January 7, 2013

And when we say tiny, we mean GoPro-like compact camera. Canon's Powershot N camera is meant to be carried in your pocket just for when you need to shoot a photo or video in a jiffy. This small pocket-sized camera has a tilt-able 2.8-inch LCD display, a 12-megapixel sensor, optical zoom of up to 8x and stores images/videos in a 32GB microSD card. There's also WiFi connectivity so you can pair the Powershot N with an Android or iOS smartphone so you can wirelessly stream videos and photos straight from the camera. Will retail for $299 when it comes out.…

Lily, the robotic flying drone camera

Relevance: 36%      Posted on: May 17, 2015

We've already seen a lot of drones in the past few years but this one called Lily is the dubbed as the world's first throw-and-shoot camera. The Lily looks like your typical quadcopter with a built-in camera but this time, there's no need to navigate it manually. The Lily will follow the owner using a tracking device which can be worn on the wrist. The built-in camera has a 12-megapixel sensor, shoots full HD 1080p at 60fps and can take slow-mo 120fps shots at 720p. The battery will last up to 20 minutes on a single full charge and automatically…

Nikon Coolpix S800 is an Android-powered camera

Relevance: 36%      Posted on: August 22, 2012

Looks like Nikon is getting into the game by announcing an Android-powered point-and-shoot camera (and calls it the Nikon Coolpix S800c). This 16-megapixel shooter runs Android 2.3 Gingerbread and record up to 1080p full HD videos into its 4GB internal storage. The S800c also has the ability to run a local network via WiFi so you can connect it with another phone (and probably laptop as well) for transferring files. We just can't figure out what other inherent benefits an Android system can bring to a camera. Probably camera apps? Could this be the first Instagram-certified camera? The LCD is…