Digital Cameras

Up Close with the Carson MM-840 eFlex Microscope

Written by Paul Moons on . Posted in Digital Cameras

Read more: Up Close with the Carson MM-840 eFlex MicroscopeMicroscopes have traditionally been used for scientific discovery and education but with the advent of inexpensive digital USB microscopes, the minutia of every day objects is now visible by everybody.

Read on for our experiences observing the world beneath our noses with Carson's MM-840 eFlex Digital Microscope.

 

The BlackVue WiFi LCD Dashcam: Form Factor of the Future?

Written by Martin Regtien on . Posted in Digital Cameras

Read more: The BlackVue WiFi LCD Dashcam: Form Factor of the Future?

After having reviewed several dash cams , mainly those made by Pittasoft who make the BlackVue range, we have become quite a fan of the ability to record everything in front of you and even behind you just in case we see something amazing or a car or plane crash. And if you are involved in an accident yourself these recording devices could prove your innocence.

Today we are looking at a different form factor from the slimline cameras we wrote about before.
The BlackVue WiFi LCD Dashcam is a large 4 inch touch LCD screen.

Is that a good thing?

DataColor SpyderHD: Checking out Colour Control for Photo and Video

Written by Martin Regtien on . Posted in Digital Cameras

 

 Read more: DataColor SpyderHD: Checking out Colour Control for Photo and Video

Have you ever seen a row of monitors all displaying the same pictures but with slightly varying colours? Normally, when you're working with just one display you may not know how different it would look if the screen had been properly calibrated. How do you ensure consistent colours on all your devices?

We are having a good look (literally and figuratively) at the SpyderHD solution for colour management for photographers and video folk.

 

Pittasoft BlackVue Sport SC500 Action Camera on a Drone

Written by Martin Regtien on . Posted in Digital Cameras

 Read more: Pittasoft BlackVue Sport SC500 Action Camera on a Drone

When Pittasoft announced their new action camera a few months back and offered us the opportunity to review the SC500, we knew this was going to be a serious contender in the very crowded action camera field.

We had reviewed already 2 of their dash cams and were impressed with the video quality.

Could they present anything less with the Sport SC500 action camera?

 

Kodak M200 EasyShare Mini --Reviewed

Written by Kevin Cheng on . Posted in Digital Cameras

 

Read more: Kodak M200 EasyShare Mini --ReviewedIt has been a while since DigitalReviews has reviewed some Kodak gadgets, the Kodak EasyShare Mini M200 is a 10 megapixel compact camera designed for portability and sharing.  Let's see what its performance is like.

Ruggedness Personified: Casio Exilim EX-G1 - Reviewed

Written by Martin Regtien on . Posted in Digital Cameras

Read more: Ruggedness Personified: Casio Exilim EX-G1 - Reviewed Ever since the G1 was announced my adventurous side stirred: here’s a Point & Shoot camera that will go the rugged distance with you. Over land or under water. And it will give you some very memorable images if you remember to give the lens a wipe every now and then to clear the dust. Or just rinse it.

Yes, the shock resistant G1 is yet another ‘funtographic’ device from the Casio stable and as we’ve observed in previous reviews, Casio puts a lot of fun features into their compact cameras. Last time we reviewed the super high speed member of the Exilim tribe and today we have a quick look at the G1.

Casio Exilim EX-FH100: Super Slo-Mo Mojo - Reviewed

Written by Martin Regtien on . Posted in Digital Cameras

Read more: Casio Exilim EX-FH100: Super Slo-Mo Mojo - ReviewedWe’re losing count here at how many Casio Point & Shoot cameras we have reviewed over the years: at least half a dozen and, not surprisingly, every new camera that lands on our desk is a great improvement over the previous one with new features and better quality. So it is with the EX-FH100.

Its High-Speed features are the prime attraction here: up to a 1000 fps is possible (with a pretty severe resolution penalty). And if you can accuse Casio of one thing it is that they cater for folks who want to have real fun with their cameras! Not a bad thing either... So what were my findings in the short time I played with this super Slo-Mo unit?

Camdapter -Reviewed

Written by Kevin Cheng on . Posted in Digital Cameras

Read more: Camdapter -ReviewedTaking a step away from digital gadgets, today I get to play with a hand strap solution for DSLR cameras.  The Camdapter has flown under my radar until my brother found them on the web.  With thanks to Jim at Camdapter, I get to try it out on behalf of DigitalReviews.
 

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