The nominees for Best Picture this year are…
- The Artist
- The Descendants
- Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close
- The Help
- Midnight in Paris
- The Tree of Life
- War Horse
The nominees for Best Picture this year are…
Shoot and Share Camcorders
These cameras allow you to easily move footage without the need for disks or media, and some even do the uploading for you. Here’s a helpful video primer from our friends at B & H on some of the standout products available in this product niche.
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I’m not a big fan of the current trend in aftermarket wheels. Browse through any recent Tire Rack catalog and you’ll see what I mean. Huge. Chunky. Shiny.
The new “Rivage” wheel from TSW is a welcome exception.
It features a clean, balanced five-spoke design. Simple. Bold. Uncluttered.
This is more like it. Continue reading “The Beauty of a Simple Wheel”
Contour POV Cam Offers Live Streaming
Contour has introduced a new live streaming feature via wired or wireless networks.
The Contour+ Helmet Camcorder just got better! Introducing live streaming with Cerevo. Cerevo LiveShell is a small, portable, battery powered, USTREAM compatible device. The Contour+ connects to the LiveShell via its HDMI port and allows you to broadcast live video to the web via wireless or wired networks.
The Cerevo LiveShell is a battery-powered USTREAM compatible device. The Contour+ connects to the LiveShell via its HDMI port and allows users to broadcast live video to the web via wireless or wired networks. This allows you to share your action shots with anyone- anywhere and everywhere.
This is the coolest feature since the mobile apps Contour offers to facilitate live preview, settings, etc. These features, along with the compact and ergonomic design, has kept the Contour at the top of our list for POV cameras. While the GoPro is the most popular in this segment, we still find the Contour easier to live with on a day-to-day basis.
Are you in need of 7360 x 4912 images?
If so, rejoice. Nikon has announce its newest offering in the crowded digital SLR arena. The new D800 promises to be the new king of the hill with 36 megapixel imaging and broadcast-quality video capabilities.
Highlights include Continue reading “New 36mp Nikon D800”
..and not so great for others.
We’ve been playing with Motorola’s latest Android smartphone for about two weeks now. What we’ve found is a powerful package with lots of geeky features, but lacking in a couple of very important areas.
The Motorola MB855 Photon 4G is an Android-powered phone for the Sprint network (also known as the Electrify if purchased through U.S. Cellular). Under the hood it features a dual-core processor with 1 gig of RAM, 2 gig of ROM and 16 gig of on-board storage. Power is provided by a removable 1700 mAh battery- that means you can yak constantly for up to 10 hours. The Photon was officially released August 2011.
2012 marks the centennial year of the famous Danish architect and designer Finn Juhl. At the United Nations headquarters in New York, the Trusteeship Council Chamber, one of Danish designer Finn Juhl’s major works, is currently being renovated.
Online computer backups and file sync come together with Mozy Stash.
The idea is a file on your computer is safely stored in the cloud and immediately accessible from mobile devices and any other computers you have configured for Stash. So a file at work is available at home.
According to Mozy’s press release: Continue reading “Mozy Introduces Stash File Sync”
Electric compact unveiled in California.
Honda delivered a 2013 Fit EV battery-electric vehicle to the city of Torrance today as one of the first major steps in the Honda Electric Vehicle Demonstration Program, a prelude to the retail market launch of the Fit EV with customers in California and Oregon this summer. Continue reading “Honda Delivers 2013 Fit EV”
News from the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show
SANDISK INTRODUCES WORLD’S
FASTEST 128GB SDXC MEMORY CARD
Today at CES we saw the new SanDisk Extreme SDXC UHS-I Memory Card. The card is designed to help imaging enthusiasts shoot like the pros, with the speed and capacity needed to capture not only high-quality videos but also high-resolution RAW+JPEG photos, which can reach upto 30 megabytes in size.
“Consumer video capture is driving user-generated content creation,” said Chris Chute, researchmanager, worldwide digital imaging solutions, IDC. “This is the first year that more than half of all video captured will be in HD,and that number is set to reach nearly 80 percent in 2014. This trend highlights the need for memory cards that are fast enough to handle a massive data flow while offering enough capacity to store the resulting files.”
Suggested retail is $199 for the 64 gig card or $399 for the 128 gig version.