Polaroid’s been synonymous with instant photography forever, and now the company is using a new technology, from a company called Zink (as in “zero ink”), to bring a instant photos to a new generation.
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You don’t need to spend a boatload of money to give a techno-gadget this year (or any year). In fact, you can spend less than $100. CNET has an excellent guide to technology gifts under $100.
Plenty of people are now using their phones as their primary cameras, too, which means buying a phone isn’t just about the communications plan, the voice quality, and whatnot. It’s also about how well it performs as a camera—and maybe as a videorecorder, too.
Consumer Reports has an excellent report with information on the top digital cameras for kids.
If you’re looking to record high-definition video on the go, the last thing you want to do is carry around a bulky full-size video camera, traditional camcorder, or limited functionality digital camera — and not everyone has HD video recording built into their cell phones.
With the way technology is moving toward the integration of multiple devices into multi-function super-devices, it no longer makes sense to have separate cameras for photo and video.
It turns out you don’t need a fancy DSLR camera to take amazing photos — or to have control over the look of your photos.
Macworld’s got an excellent run-down of nine great cameras “for beginners,” as the article says—though, truth be told, quite a few of these would suit experienced shutterbugs just fine.
Dust, water, extreme heat, freezing temperatures—all the elements that make an adventure-seeker’s heart pitter-patter with delight, while at the same time giving an avid photographer a pseudo heart attack.
Thanks to recent improvements in smartphones and their photo-taking capabilities, no longer are the days where a photo snapped via your mobile phone leaves you wishing your paparazzi-sized SLR was in reach.