The Nikon D4 Release Video
Whoa is the right reaction to this.
Until the Friday before Christmas, we’ll be posting one product a day to help make the holiday the most gifted one yet
Polaroid Z340 Instant Digital Camera ($299)
It will be easy for Tyler Card to remember Halloween this year. See a making-of video after the jump.
Shipping in early November, this is seriously the only point-and-shoot you ever need to consider buying.
The secret to this point & shoot? The lens is mounted at an angle.
Totally buying one of these.
Cisco bought cameramaker Flip a couple of years ago, and has now killed the product in the name of corporate austerity. Too bad it was a profitable division. Even though its features are now duplicated by smartphones, it was still nice to have an HD video recording device that I was more comfortable dropping or passing around. And I guess I should have bought that Kodak ZX3 instead.
The Fuuvi Pick is a basically a USB stick that also happens to be a camera. 1280 x 1024 images, 720×480 video (at 30 frames per second) gets stored on Micro SD cards, with a F2.8 lens that shoots at 100 ISO.
First Nikon went after Canon’s G12, now they’re going after Canon’s S95. Introducing the Nikon Coolpix P300. It’s got the goods: manual controls, an f1.8 lens, 12MP CMOS sensor, 920K resolution 3″ screen and 1080p Full HD movie recording.
It looks like an Omnibot. Need this.
“3D in Double Full HD, 3D viewing directly on 3.5″ LCD—no need for 3D glasses, Full HD 2D playback from 3D recordings, 1920×1080 Full HD 60p/24p recording, 10x optical zoom in 3D”