GoPro just took the lid off a new iOS and Android app that lets you control the HD Hero2 from your iPhone, iPad or Android device. The new app is free to download and connects via WiFi with your HD Hero2.
The GoPro App enables full camera control and live scene preview for easy shot framing on smartphones or tablets. Additionally, you get live scene-preview prior to and during video and photo capture. [click to continue…]
When Polaroid dropped its Android-based compact camera at CES 2012, we knew it was a sign of what was coming. Honestly though, I didn’t think it would take as long to see an Android-powered camera from another manufacturer. This month, however, Nikon introduced the Coolpix S800c compact camera that runs Android 2.3 under the hood. I think we’re about to see an onslaught of these in the next few months – particularly at CES 2013.
The latest rumor of a non-phone Android-powered camera comes from Samsung. The electronics giant (who just got spanked by Apple over patent infringements regarding Samsung’s popular smartphones’ similarity to the iPhone) may be putting together the “Samsung Galaxy S Camera.” [click to continue…]
Nikon Coolpix P7700
A pair of new Nikon Coolpix models have leaked out ahead of their official unveiling in the next day or two. [click to continue…]
The upcoming GoPro WiFi Bacpac ($100 retail) allows you to control up to 50 GoPro cameras at a time from up to 900′ in open air. [click to continue…]
2012′s new camera announcements have kicked off with the new Samsung DV300F dual view camera just days before CES 2012. The new point and shoot camera offers front and rear displays and built-in WiFi.
The DV300F sports a 16MP CCD image sensor, a 5x zoom lens (25-125mm equivalent), 720p HD video capture and ISO 80-3200 sensitivity. The built-in WiFi allows for direct uploading to Facebook, Photobucket, Picasa, YouTube and more.
No word yet on price or availability in the US. Check availability on Amazon and B&H Photo.
More details in the press release below. [click to continue…]
Along with the Canon 1D X, three new PIXMA all-in-one photo printers slipped out of the gate today. The PIXMA MG4120, MG3120 and MG2120 continue the affordable product line occupied by their predecessors at $130, $80 and $70, respectively. [click to continue…]