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  • Sony shows off glass-plated TX200V underwater camera

    One of three new Cyber-shot cameras announced today, the waterproof TX200V packs a fast autofocus system and an OLED touchscreen behind a glass faceplate.

  • Swann HelmetCam Freestyle HD shoots to thrill

    Swann has launched a helmet camera that allows outdoor sports fans to capture footage of their daring exploits. The wearable Swann Freestyle HD camcorder is able to capture 1920x1080p video footage at 30 frames per second.

  • Recon Mod Live video ski mask speeds into view

    Recon Instruments has launched a ski mask with an embedded video camcorder known a the Mod Live. It can capture your ski trails, record your speed and serve up a playlist, thanks to its connection with an Android smartphone

  • Kodak M215 credit card-sized camera offers Wi-Fi

    Kodak unveiled several new cameras and camcorders at CES. The M215 is the slimmest, but packs in a 26mm wideangle lens, a 14Mp CCD and 720p video camera. It is compatible with Eye-Fi wireless SD memory cards

  • Canon Legria HF-M camcorders get Wi-Fi

    Quite a few digital camera brands now offer Wi-Fi in their compact stills cameras, so it’s little surprise to find Canon adding a comparable feature to its Legria consumer camcorders. The HF-M range, announced at CES, are able to quickly send footage wirelessly to a storage drive, rather than first having to be plugged in to a laptop or PC and transferred.

  • Canon PowerShot G1 X fixed lens camera launches

    It was going to be hard for any camera, G-series successor or otherwise, to top the Canon PowerShot G12. However, Canon may have just shot the moon with the new PowerShot G1 X.

  • Canon Intros Slim 12X Zoom Camera, Baby-Friendly Features

    In addition to the ultra-powerful PowerShot G1 X announced this morning at CES 2012, Canon added two pocketable PowerShot point-and-shoots to its lineup today. Both new cameras offer "Intelligent IS," an automated feature that adjusts optical image stabilization according to whether the cameras are capturing in wide-angle, macro, full telephoto, or mounted on a tripod.

  • Nikon D4 full-frame pro camera announced

    Nikon has announced a brand-new flagship digital camera. The Nikon D4 is a full-frame 16.Mp camera that takes a new Expeed 3 image processor, offers 51-point autofocus and is capable of taking 200 shots in continuous burst mode

  • Fujifilm announces 19 new cameras for CES

    Fujifilm announced a complete overhaul of its fixed-lens lineup for CES 2012, including 20X-zoom pocket cameras, ruggedized models, and a premium X-series megazoom.

  • Hannspree Apple digital photo frame

    Digital photo frames used to come in at £150 or so; these days, you can get a funky 7in frame such as the Hannspree one for £35

  • 3M CP45 Camcorder Projector

    3M has created a hybrid camcorder and projector that allows you to shoot 720p video footage and then show off the results to your friends by projector it on to a convenient wall. The £299 pocket-sized gadget is now onsale in the UK

  • Leica V-Lux L3 camera offers dSLR alternative

    Leica cameras are often so stratospherically beyond our budgets that we couldn’t even contemplate doing more than admire and, if we’re very lucky, spend a week or so reviewing one. The L3 – Leica's first megazoom compact camera – costs a relatively modest £690 and packs in some serious video recording credentials

  • Panasonic Lumix DMC-3D1 digital 3D camera unveiled

    Panasonic has unveiled the Lumix DMC-3D1 digital camera which features twin lenses offering the ability to capture high-resolution 3D images and video.

  • LomoKino Film Camera Shoots Lo-Fi Movies

    Lomo, the purveyors of Soviet-era film cameras, have already brought us lo-fi and low-tech film photography versions of panoramas, fish eyes, burst shot action. Now they are now going into video Lomography. Meet the LomoKino, a hand cranked 35-mm movie camera.

  • Honestech Film Scan&Save digitises your old snaps

    If you're anything like us, you've got a drawerful of old photos and slides that never see the light of day, but probably contain some of your best shots. The Honestech Film Scan&Save offers a simple way to start enjoying them again

  • Charm-laden HTC Rhyme launches on O2 in the UK

    HTC's latest Google Android smartphone, the HTC Rhyme, will be offered on the O2 network in the UK and will be available in a distinctive plum colour that seems to be pitched at ladies. It has a 3.7in capacitive touchscreen, a 1GHz processor, 4GB of RAM and a Charm accessory to discreetly alert you to incoming calls

  • Kodak EasyShare Touch M5370 tags photos as it goes

    Kodak's EasyShare Touch M5370 is able to automatically upload photos to either the Kodak Gallery or to a third-party photo collection such as Flickr or a Facebook account and over email. The 16Mp camera supports 720p video capture and has a 5x optical zoom

  • Canon PowerShot S100 captures high speed action shots

    Canon's PowerShot S100 trades on its ability to capture up to 9.6 full-resolution images per second. This makes the 12.1Mp compact camera an obvious choice for sports fans keen to capture the action.

  • Nero 11 multimedia software suite launched

    Nero has unveiled the latest verison of its multimedia software suite, Nero 11.

  • Serif PhotoPlus X5 photo editing software launched

    Serif has unveiled a new version of its photo editing suite, PhotoPlus X5, which features improvements to photo organisation and a host of new tools.


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