The camera even has a built-in altimeter and depth gauge that can overlay readings on the video or photos taken. Other features of the camera include the ability to survive drops from up to 6.7 feet. The camera can also resist temperatures as low as 14°F.
Integrated GPS technology can tag photos and video with positional information and share content with smart devices. The camera has a 16-megapixel resolution and five times optical zoom lens. It also features lens-shift vibration reduction and comes in five colors. The camera will available in February for $349.95.
IntroductionAvailable in silver or red, with 8x optical zoom (plus up to 32x digital zoom), a 16 million pixel sensor and Canon's Digic 4+ processor, the Canon IXUS 150 is a pretty well equipped compact camera. The Canon IXUS 150 was added as part of a trio of new IXUS cameras announced early in 2014, sitting between the higher spec Canon IXUS 155 and cheaper Canon IXUS 145.Canon has chosen to only include a basic set of functions for the novice user, although the I ... Source: Tech RadarFull article at: Tech Radar11 hours ago, 9:49am CDT
A big bag that doesn't scream, "I'm carrying a lot of expensive camera gear" One of the trickiest things about writing a camera bag review is the personal nature of the selection process. Our gear collections are diverse and our torsos are even more so. While the Thule Covert Roll-Top camera probably isn’t right for everyone, it could be just the big bag some people (like me) have been waiting for.What is it?The Covert is a daypack, meant to carry bot ... Source: Pop Photo
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2 days ago, 11:26am CDT
5 questions to ask before you buy a point-and-shoot
Considering a basic point-and-shoot to capture photos and videos of your summer vacation and other activities? Before you buy one, answer these five questions:
1. Do you need a camera at all?
If your smart phone has a decent camera, that might be all you need—for basic photos, anyway. In fact, your smart phone can not only shoot photos but also cap ... Source: Consumer Reports
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2 days ago, 8:24am CDT
To celebrate the lead up to PhotoLive 2014, we’ll be featuring a different image from each photographer speaking at the event.
Sometimes a spectacular image happens when you least expect it. Leading landscape pro Jeremy Walker explains how a trip to New York to photograph architecture yielded a completely different type of image than you’d normally associate with the Big Apple.
Decaying wooden piles from the old wharfs on the ... Source: PhotoRadar
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5 days ago, 6:00am CDT
Many of you have browsed and shared our growing number of photography cheat sheets, and some of you have even gotten in touch to let us know how much you enjoy them.
However, as items drop off the main page on a blog, they can be difficult to find later. To help save you time searching and gain time shooting, we’ve collated 24 of our most popular photography cheat sheets in one place. Here!
Below you’ll fin ... Source: PhotoRadar
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6 days ago, 6:12am CDT
A new official photo of Ben Affleck as Batman from Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice was just released by DC Comics. To celebrate Batman’s 75th anniversary there’s a big Batman montage wall made up of old and new photos. In this case… brand new!Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice photographer Clay Enos took the shot above with a Nikon D4, and the end result is completely Photoshop-free! Ben Affleck’s cape ... Source: Oh No They Didn't!
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Jul 24 2014, 5:07pm CDT
Introduction and featuresAfter the announcement of the full-frame E-mount Sony A7, A7R and A7S compact system cameras and the demise of the Nex brand, you could be forgiven for thinking that Sony may not continue with its A-mount SLT (single lens translucent) cameras. However, the Sony Alpha 77 II proves this not to be the case.As you might guess, the Alpha 77 Mk2 replaces the Alpha 77, which is now discontinued, and it has an almost identical shape and design. The new camera ... Source: Tech.co.uk
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Jul 24 2014, 6:37am CDT
Metz has announced its newest high-end flash German manufacturer Metz has unveiled its newest flash unit, the previously rumored Mecablitz 64 AF-1 digital. It features not just an impressive guide number of 64, but also a 24-200mm zoom capability, as well as a USB port for firmware updates. Perhaps most interesting for most photographers is the touchscreen rear, which you can use to control the unit without fiddling over buttons. The 64 AF-1 will also play nicely with most major came ... Source: Pop Photo
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Jul 21 2014, 10:32am CDT
It was by a series of great achievements that by the end of the 1800s photographic 'emulsion' was sensitive enough to light that portrait photographers no longer had to use head clamps to ensure their subjects stayed still for the duration of the exposure. Progress in the science of light-sensitive materials had discovered compounds and ways of creating larger crystals that reduced the time required to make ... Source: TechRadar UK
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Jul 18 2014, 6:00am CDT
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