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Category: Digital Imaging

$500 Nikon Coolpix Captures 83X Optical Zoom of the Moon

$500 Nikon Coolpix Captures 83X Optical Zoom of the Moon
This is a pretty impressive video demonstration of the incredible 83X optical zoom lens on Nikon’s COOLPIX P900 digital camera, which can be had for just over $500 these days. Its zoom is so good, it can fly you to the Moon, just like a real astronaut… who is on Earth, holding a camera.

Beastgrip Pro Turns Your Smartphone into a Pro Camera

Beastgrip Pro Turns Your Smartphone into a Pro Camera
Smartphones these days have remarkable cameras, but they aren’t shaped like a camera, so they aren’t easy to control while shooting, especially when you want to use accessories. The Beastgrip Pro takes your smartphone and turns it into a professional camera rig.
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Sunscreenr Tells You Where You Missed While Applying Sunblock

Sunscreenr Tells You Where You Missed While Applying Sunblock
Summer is here and it is a real scorcher this year, so make sure that the sun doesn’t burn you! You have to put sunblock everywhere and protect yourself. If you don’t have access to one of those automated sunscreen booths, Sunscreenr can help.

Nico360 Camera Live Streams 360-degree Video

Nico360 Camera Live Streams 360-degree Video
If you want a small video camera that can live stream and record 360° video, the Nico360 might be just the ticket. The camera is tiny, measuring in at just 46mm x 46mm x 28mm (~1.8″ x 1.8″ x 1.1″).

SheepView 360º is Like a Wooly Street View

SheepView 360º is Like a Wooly Street View
Durita Dahl Andreassen and some of the other 49,188 people who live on the Faroe Islands, a remote archipelago in the North Atlantic Ocean want people to come visit. I guess if you had to see the same 49,000 people day in and day out, you’d want visitors too.

Octospot Diving Camera Can Survive the Dark Depths

Octospot Diving Camera Can Survive the Dark Depths
GoPro is the big name in action cameras and its cameras will do go just about anywhere. If you want to take your GoPro into the water though, you need to put it into another watertight case.

Review: ExoLens iPhone Lens System with ZEISS Optics

Review: ExoLens iPhone Lens System with ZEISS Optics
These days, smartphones can take some pretty great photos all on their own, but the biggest limitations of their cameras is the size of the lens and the size of their image sensors. Built-in lenses are usually set to a middle-of-the road field of view, so they’re usually best for general purpose usage, and not optimized for super wide angle shots, super close-ups or long shots.

Pinout Lets You Know When Your Camera Has Been Stolen

Pinout Lets You Know When Your Camera Has Been Stolen
Professional photographers invest a lot of money in their gear. We’re talking multiple camera bodies, lenses for different situations, flash units, extra batteries, and more. These guys spend tens of thousands of dollars in some cases.

Stick-on Smartphone Macro & Micro Lenses: Blips

Stick-on Smartphone Macro & Micro Lenses: Blips
Earlier this year, we checked out the ScopeAround, a set of affordable scientific cameras that stream video to smartphones. But if you’re looking for something even simpler and cheaper, check out SmartMicroOptics’ Blips, a pair of macro and micro lenses that you stick over your mobile device’s camera.

Extremely Thin and Flexible Wearable Electronics: Soft & Smooth Screen

Extremely Thin and Flexible Wearable Electronics: Soft & Smooth Screen
Today’s wearable devices often mimic the forms of analog devices such as sunglasses and watches. But that won’t be the case forever, in the same way that today’s smartphones look very different from their predecessors. Researchers at the University of Tokyo’s Someya Group give us a glimpse at the future of wearables with a series of electronics that are thin and flexible enough to be laminated onto skin.

Stratasys J750 Full-Color Multi-material 3D Printer: Protoshop

Stratasys J750 Full-Color Multi-material 3D Printer: Protoshop
There are many 3D printers that can mix filaments of different colors, as well as those that can print with two or three different types of filament at once. But Stratasys’ new J750 PolyJet 3D printer raises the bar in both aspects, able to print over 360,000 colors and up to six different materials at once.

Hands on with the HP Color LaserJet Pro MFP M477

Hands on with the HP Color LaserJet Pro MFP M477
While much of today’s business takes place online, there are still many times when paper documents come in handy. Whether you need to hand out a business presentation, flyers, or mark up a contract, every business still needs to print.

WiCAM Coin-sized Wireless Camera: GoPetite

WiCAM Coin-sized Wireless Camera: GoPetite
Set and forget cameras like action cameras and dash cams expanded the applications of video cameras. But action cameras can be pricey, while dash cams are not versatile. If you’re looking for a cheap, user-friendly and open source alternative, check out Armstart’s WiCAM.

Slash 3D Resin Printer Cranks out Eiffel Towers in a Jiffy

Slash 3D Resin Printer Cranks out Eiffel Towers in a Jiffy
3D printers are cool because you can make stuff with them that you can actually hold and touch. I assume that the home or office of everyone who owns a 3D printer has stacks of tiny plastic whatnots that serve no purpose.

vMocion 3v Tricks Your Brain into Experiencing Motion: Shockulus Rift

vMocion 3v Tricks Your Brain into Experiencing Motion: Shockulus Rift
With the arrival of the Oculus Rift and other virtual reality headsets, we’re going to get more and more experiences that fool us visually and aurally. But motion remains unconquered. A company called vMocion claims it got its hands on the technology that will bring the rest of our body to virtual reality.

Microsoft Holoportation Augmented Reality Chat App: Hatsune, Me, You

Microsoft Holoportation Augmented Reality Chat App: Hatsune, Me, You
Microsoft’s Interactive 3D Technologies group recently showed us an example of how HoloLens and 3D scanning technology could revolutionize long distance communication. The group’s Holoportation concept is a supercharged version of video chat, letting you see the other party in life-size 3D in real time.
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