When it comes to resolving power, I'm not sure if or when we'll ever get to the point where we can realistically say "We got enough!" But until we get to that point, we'll just have to "settle" for the Mamiya DM56.
Police cars aren't the only vehicles being fitted to record video. Increasing numbers of service vehicles including trucks and buses as well as private automobiles are being upgraded to record their travels using multi-view cameras linked to an onboard digital video recorder.
Archos, the long-time manufacturer of personal media players, has combined the three most popular activities of media consumption—listening to music, watching video and viewing photos—with a video/still camera and FM radio all in a pocket touch screen. You can save radio shows or use the internal mic for voice recording. There's even a built-in FM transmitter. And the Archos 3cam Vision is priced less than better-known media players.
As the name suggests, the new Sekonic Illuminometer i-346 is not your typical light meter. Unlike traditional light meters, which with few exceptions are primarily designed to interpret light values in terms of f/stops and shutter speeds, the Sekonic i-346 Illuminometer measures light in terms of lux & foot-candles.*
Scribblers of the Livescribe Smartpen Pulse have discovered the joys of turning handwritten notes into computer-searchable text along with linked audio that the pen records with its built-in mono microphone. Now, the company has introduced the LiveScribe Echo Smartpen (left) in 4GB and 8GB versions.
If you've ever scratched the surface of your digital camera's LCD screen, you already know how disturbing it can be. And it never goes away... ever. To better ensure scuffs and scratches don't put a damper on your day every time you glance at your LCD screen, Pearstone has introduced a new line of heavy-duty, polycarbonate LCD screen protectors designed for use on a variety of DSLRs and smaller digital cameras.
Camera-mounted speedlites can be lifesavers when you're shooting under low-light conditions, but if you wish to avoid the "blast-in-the-face" lighting effects of on-camera flashguns, you're pretty much limited to bouncing and diffusing. If you're looking to expand the abilities of your speedlite you should have a look at the new Dot Line RPS Studio Speedlite Accessory Kit.
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