Samsung Galaxy Camera Review – The Camera of the Future

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It’s time to take your food and party Instagram photos to the next level. The Samsung Galaxy Camera is the world’s first camera with a mobile operating system and full mobile connectivity. It runs on Android and uses a SIM card for mobile service. For this review, Samsung provided a camera that works on AT&T’s […]

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Polaroid’s New Android-Powered Mirrorless Smart Camera

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Camera companies are finding it increasingly difficult to compete with Smart Phones. To that end, built-in Wi-Fi is becoming a common camera feature because it allows you to take advantage of the controls, optics and image quality of a “real” camera and then wirelessly transfer photos to your Smart Phone and upload to Facebook, Twitter […]

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Samsung Galaxy Camera Studio Sample Photos

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The Samsung Galaxy Camera is one of the more interesting cameras to be introduced in 2012. It’s basically a point-and-shoot superzoom with nearly full mobile capabilities. The only thing it can’t do is make a phone call. It’s got a full Android mobile OS so you can install your favorite Android apps like Instagram, Facebook, […]

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The Instagram Terms Of Service Controversy

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Instagram’s latest update, a new Terms of Service, has gone the wrong kind of viral. The buzz started slowly yesterday with a few articles about the new TOS, which takes effect on January 16th, 2013. Those were followed by a few alarming Facebook and Twitter posts about the changes in Instagram’s TOS. But by noon […]

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Instagram Photographers Parody Video

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Here’s something fun for Friday afternoon. This video has been making the rounds for about a week. I resisted watching it for a few days because it involves a Nickleback song. But someone I respect finally shared it so I watched it. As longtime holdout and recent convert to Instagram, I can see both sides […]

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Samsung Galaxy Camera Puts Android OS In Superzoom Camera

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Smart Phones are awesome. They connect us in ways that we couldn’t have imagined ten years ago and they even take great pictures now. But there’s one critical camera feature they’re missing – a proper lens. And I’m not just talking about zoom. The teeny little fixed lens on your Galaxy S III or iPhone […]

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The Best Hurricane Sandy Photos

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I spent a good portion of yesterday hitting refresh, mesmerized by the photos and videos of Hurricane Sandy I was seeing on Twitter and Facebook. I’ve been using Twitter for years but the Hurricane Sandy Twitter coverage has had the most personal effect on me of all the big events I’ve seen on Twitter. Sure, […]

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Apple’s iPhone 5 Camera – What’s New?

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 It’s the most popular camera in the world – for today, anyway. The new Apple iPhone 5 is official. Yeah, it’s a smart phone but it’s also arguably the most popular camera in the world. Even though I don’t believe camera phones should replace real point-and-shoot cameras, there’s no denying the reality that for most […]

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The Impossible Lab – Instant Prints From iPhone Photos

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Do you love Polaroid / instant prints but, like most of the world, you actually take most of your pictures with your camera phone? Well, if you’ve got an iPhone, then the Impossible Project has a solution. They just announced a new Kickstarter project to fund something they’re calling, “The Impossible Lab;” a device for […]

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The Photographer’s Ephemeris App – An Invaluable Tool For Outdoor Photographers

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 During my weekend Web browsing, I stumbled across a must-have mobile app for serious outdoor and landscape photographers. I think this is one of the most exciting and useful photography-related apps I’ve seen in quite a while. It’s called The Photographer’s Ephemeris (TPE for short) and it gives you all kinds of data about the […]

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Nokia’s 41-Megapixel Smartphone Available In US

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Earlier this year Nokia announced the 808 PureView smartphone, which has a large 41-megapixel 1/1.2-inch sensor, an f/2.4 Carl Zeiss lens and full HD video. The phone uses that huge number of pixels to create lower resolution images with very low noise (better low light quality) and to zoom (technically, it’s a crop) without any […]

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ANYCASE iPhone Tripod Adapter

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Bike industry buddy and PR magnate Steve Boehmke has a photo-related Kickstarter project that I had to share. The ANYCASE Adapter is a CNC-machined aluminum tripod adapter for the iPhone and most other Smart Phones. Steve came up with the idea after having to duct tape his iPhone to a tripod to shoot a video […]

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Nokia Introduces 41-Megapixel 808 PureView Smartphone

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 Last week at the Mobile World Conference (MWC) in Barcelona, Spain, Nokia introduced the 808 PureView smartphone. Why am I writing about a smartphone on a photography Web site? Well, the title of this article should answer that question. In a bold digital imaging strategy, the new Nokia 808 PureView phone has a 41-megapixel imaging […]

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Android-Powered Polaroid Smart Camera With 3x Optical Zoom Introduced At CES

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 One of the most interesting announcements at CES this year was the Polaroid SC1630 Smart Camera. It’s an Android-powered 16-megapixel camera with a 3x 36-108mm (equivalent) optical zoom lens instead of the standard fixed wide-angle you get with most smart phones. The Polaroid SC1630 Smart Camera gives you a real lens and real camera functionality […]

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New Kodak EasyShare M750 WiFi Camera And Smart Phone App

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 With the new 16-megapixel Kodak EasyShare M750 wireless digital camera, you can share photos through a WiFi network – or – install Kodak’s free EasyShare Camera App on your iPhone, Android or Blackberry smart phone and you can transfer your photos from the camera and share from your phone. The M750 isn’t the first WiFi-powered […]

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