On the surface, Casio’s 10MP camera looks rather ordinary, but has a 10X optical zoom, a 3″ LCD, shoots hi-res stills at 40 fps, and slow-motion video at an astounding 120 to 1000 fps at low resolutions.
Rumor has it that Sony’s NEX3 and NEX5 DSLRs are being released in June. The 14.2 megapixel NEX3 has an articulating 2.95″ LCD and shoots 720p video; the NEX5 has AVCHD 1080i video.
Did you know that with just a small tweak to an ordinary digital video camera you could see through some solid objects? This video from Discovery’s Is It Possible? shows you how.
Based on the mechanics of a flight simulator, the Acadalus CPS-H1 is a self-leveling tripod head equipped with a digital inclinometer and stepper motors, keeping shots level with minimal fuss.
BenQ’s new E1260 point-and-shoot camera allows you to take High Dynamic Range photographs, thereby eliminating the post-production (and also labor-intensive) work in Photoshop.
Some very good examples here in this collection of long exposure photography, a technique which requires a slow shutter speed (be it 8 seconds or 8 hours) to capture light and movement.
Leica’s compact digi-cam offers a sharp 12.1 megapixel sensor, and a 12x optical zoom lens. It can capture 720p HD video, and even has built-in GPS for recording location data onto images.