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— Digital Cameras

Nikon Coolpix S6900 stands up as yet another selfie camera

By - September 13, 2014 7 Pictures
The Nikon Coolpix S6900 is the latest camera to be marketed on its selfie-friendly credentials. Announced ahead of Photokina, the 16-megapixel shooter features a vari-angle touchscreen and a built-in camera stand to make the framing of self-portraits easier, and mean they don't all feature an out-stretched arm. There's also Wi-Fi and NFC so you can get those all-important selfies onto social media site posthaste. Read More
— Around The Home

Withings Home acts as a security camera, environmental monitor and home diary

By - September 9, 2014 7 Pictures
Home camera systems from baby monitors to full-blown security systems are nothing new, but living with them can be about as comfortable as living in the novel 1984. Making its debut at this year’s IFA electronics show in Berlin, the Withings Home video and environmental monitoring device tries to dispel that vibe in a user-friendly package that blends into modern home decor. Read More
— Digital Cameras

The Pentax K-S1 DSLR lights up like a Christmas tree

By - August 28, 2014 5 Pictures
The Pentax K-S1 does not look like your typical DSLR. Not just because the 20 megapixel camera is available in the sort of variety of colors we've come to expect from Pentax. But because it also features an intriguing illumination interface with LEDs built into the camera body to indicate its current status of operation, count down for a self-timer or show the number of faces identified in a shot. Read More
— Digital Cameras

World's fastest camera captures 4.4 trillion frames per second

By - August 20, 2014
At a mind-boggling 4.4 trillion frames per second (FPS), the new STAMP (Sequentially Timed All-optical Mapping Photography) system developed by two Japanese universities is claimed to be the world’s fastest camera. Taking pictures at a resolution of 450 x 450 pixels, the new image-capturing device is purported to be so fast that it can be used to photograph the conduction of heat, which travels at a speed equivalent to one-sixth the velocity of light. Read More
— Digital Cameras

Choosing the best camera for your 2014 vacation

By - July 29, 2014 16 Pictures
What camera will you take on your next vacation? Maybe it needs to be small enough to carry as you trek to Machu Picchu, or survive underwater when you go scuba-diving in the Bahamas. It might need enough zoom to get up close with animals on a safari in the Maasai Mara, or the low-light image quality to capture the streets of Paris at night. Let Gizmag help you choose the best camera for your next vacation. Read More
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