Just last week, specs of the Samsung Galaxy S5 Zoom have been spotted written on a piece of paper. This week, we’re seeing a leaked picture of the cameraphone. The Galaxy S5 Zoom aka the Galaxy K is Samsung’s second venture in the camera-phone game. It’s more of a camera that has basic phone capabilities.
There is almost no-end to the power and versatility of today’s smartphones. Just when you might think we’ve seen it all, another company pops up with a new set of features. Private eye? Super spy? Home security? You got it. The Therm-App will deck out your smartphone with thermal and night vision imaging.
The arrival of a Samsung Galaxy S5 Zoom is expected but we’ve been focusing our energy on the original smartphone. Well, looks like the compact digital camera version is in the works now if we are to believe a GFXBenchmark database. Aside from that, some hand-written information was leaked from Poland. This is more likely to be true as Samsung has an R&D center in Warsaw, Poland.
It sounds like something straight out of a futuristic sci-fi flick, where characters tap commands on highlighted areas of a see-through screen. But such technology might be closer than we think. Earlier this month, Samsung filed a patent for transparent displays as a new aspect of digital cameras.
Samsung today has announced its latest offering, a camera that will definitely cater to those who like taking selfies – the Samsung NX Mini. Say goodbye to those blurry selfies taken by your smartphones folks. Samsung believes the selfie or its variant, wefie is here to stay. So why not make those pictures even better without the need for the front-facing camera?
Amid increasing speculation Samsung is looking at mediocre Galaxy S5 sales, reports of various S5 subspecies are piling up as well, indicating the likely existence of Prime, Mini, Neo and Zoom models… for starters.
Nikon 1 V3 DSLR camera announced: world’s fastest camera with continous shooting rate, AF tracking and more
Nikon has unveiled its latest offering in the Nikon 1 series of camera, the Nikon 1 V3 DSLR. According to Nikon, the 1 V3 camera is the world’s fastest continous shooting rate with AF tracking, performance with tracking of movings subjects that exceeds that of digital SLR camera and is capable of full scale operation. Of course, the Nikon 1 V3 camera has interchangeable lens.
In the wake of the Sochi Winter Olympics, there are going to be a lot of people hitting the slopes between now and spring. Beginners, experts, fancy-pants trick-doers, they all have one thing in common: they need to wear the proper equipment.
Nikon recently introduced a new camera in the form of the D4S. The Nikon D4S is packed with a 16.2MP sensor, up to 25600 ISO sensitivity, up to 409600 Hi4, better noise reduction, and an enhanced auto-focus system.
Some awesome electronics deals from around the internet for Valentine’s Day 2014.
Among the many camera makers, I prefer Canon for their products. My first compact camera was an Ixus 60, a 6 megapixel digicam that I’ve been using since 2006. I’m planning to get a replacement for my Nikon D40 and I’m considering Canon’s cheapest DSLR to date: the Rebel T5.
Recently, booq has been on a roll with new bags, backpacks, and cases. Their latest addition, the Python mirrorless, proves that booq cares to have products for anyone and everyone. The Python mirrorless is the ideal go-to bag for the photographer that wants to travel light, but with tough protection for their camera.