Gorillapod – Your Cameras Flexible Friend

by Al

The last tripod we wrote about was the Ultrapod Mini which was good but it has just lost the mini tripod crown to the Gorillapod. The Gorillapod (the first non iPod gadget with pod in the name) functions like a traditional camera tripod but has bendy legs. This means the tripod can be used on uneven surfaces or bent around objects. You can get the Gorillapod from Think Geek. for …

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Nokia N93 – More Camcorder than Mobile

by Al

Nokia N93 Camcorder

Recording video on you mobile has been an added extra for the last few years, now Nokia have taken this to the next level with the new Twist ‘n’ Shoot N93. The Nokia N93 has all the features required to be a replacement for your camcorder, the screen twists out so that you can hold it and film like a conventional video camera. Whilst the 3.2 megapixel camera (with Carl …

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Extreme Sports Camcorder

by Al

Action Camera

You can’t exactly go skydiving, para-sailing or even go karting with an ordinary old camcorder as you kind of need your arms for other things which is probably the reason why Action camera’s have released the ATC-1000 hands free camcorder.

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One gadget to rule them all.

by Paz

The Hanaro Plus Cam

This one gadget that seems to do everything, and I’m wondering if it’s too much. I know convergence is the latest craze in consumer electronics, but this is ridiculous! When you buy the Hanaro Plus, you get: • A 1.3 mega pixel digital camera • A web cam • A wireless microphone and speaker • A video camera with 30 frames a second video capability • A USB hub • …

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Phlash – The Flash for your Mobile

by Al

Phlash Camerphone Flash

My last 3 mobile phones have all had an inbuilt camera, with each generation improving on the last. One thing I find most camera phones seem to lack is any sort of flash. Well I was obviously not alone in noticing this limitation, as you can now buy Phlash, the world’s first universal Camera-phone flash.

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Traveler Digital Camera DC-5080 (5MP with webcam support)

by Keith

Traveler DC-5080

For the last one week, I was eyeing on this new model of Traveler digital camera from Germany. For some reason, it caught my interest when I was shopping at Aldi, when they announced a product to be released this week. The Traveler Digital Camera DC-5080 has a 5-megapixel, sufficiently large enough to take really good quality pictures. In addition, the 1.7-inch LCD colour display allows you to see more …

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Pentax’s new Optio T10

by Keith

Pentax Optio T10

For most professional and novice photographers, taking pictures, no matter if it’s digital images or the traditional type, is focusing on your target and clicking the button to snapshot your photo. Well, time have changed and moved on, in fact Pentax have moved further, by creating camera that takes pictures without using shutter button. Pentax’s new Optio T10 does not need a shutter button to take pictures. In fact, all …

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Sony Ericsson W550i – Walkman Phone

by Keith

Sony Ericsson Walkman 550i

When Sony Ericsson released W800i, their very first camera phone designed specifically as a lifestyle gadget with telecommunication capability. The W800i was put together in light of the popularization of MP3 players and a booming industry of online music stores. Although it was not the first camera phone to boast of MP3 playback functionality, it was however the first camera phone to leverage on the Sony ‘Walkman’ branding and along …

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