Category Archives: Cameras

8GB SDHC Card on Sale at Amazon!


Prices for SD cards have been dropping and here’s a great deal for you from Amazon, an 8GB SDHC card for just $14.69, not a bad deal in these recession, hard-economy.

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Tissue Box DVR Security Camera!


Who said you can’t stuff a DVR in a tissue box, this Tissue Box DVR is so sleek and stealth, will go very well at securing your home.

    Completely Covert – No Giveaway Wires Or Pinholes High Resolution D1 Full Screen Color Recording Extreme Low Light .006 B&W Video In The Dark Scheduled Recording Captures Only The Important Action 2Gb SD Card Upgradable To 16 Gb For Days Of Recording Rechargeable 6 Hour Battery

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Eye-Fi Hack – How to Hack Eye-Fi Wireless SD Card!


As you know, Eye Fi is a wireless SD card that lets your digital frame act as wireless digital frame. (or any other gadgets)

If you want to automate image uploading or simply want to hack it, refer to this guy’s hack where he shows you how to hack the Eye-Fi wireless SD

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SuperHeadz Plamodel DIY 35mm Camera!


Wanna build your own DIY 35mm camera?  Well, you can with this $28 kit from SuperHeadz.

This is awesome if you are a student of

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DSLR Hack – How to Make a Pinhole Camera with your Digital SLR Camera!


Here’s a really cool DIY on how to make a pinhole camera with your digital SLR camera.

Do you have a digital SLR camera, some black construction paper, aluminum foil, a rubber band, and tape? Great, let’s make a digital pinhole camera!

The pinhole camera is the simplest type of camera. It has no lens, only a teeny-tiny hole of an iris. This pinhole ensures that the light which reaches any position on the exposure surface originated from a single direction; as the hole diameter approaches zero, the possible light source for a poin

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Digital Camera Hack – How to Replace Canon SD750 Lens!


I actually own “TWO” Canon SD750s because I dropped my first SD750 in the sand.  The first one “magically” started working fine after I bought the second one but if I had known such lens replacement DIY was available, I wouldn’t have had to buy the second one.  Here’s how to replace your Canon SD750 lens if it breaks or you drop it in the sand like me.

One more thang, even if you don’t own SD750, any other Canon SD s

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Camera Hack – How to Stick Any Digital Camera to Any Surface as a Tripod!


I’ve always been searching for new digital camera tri-pods and glad to say I have finally found one (thanks to editors at CNet), it’s called a Universal Pod, a tripod that will practically attach to anything, including a tree.

This is much better than the Gorillapad tripod I saw couple years back.

Universal Pod sticks to a 1,000 objects and counting! Its patent pending “viscoelastic morphing polymer base” molds, grips and sticks

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Robot Hack – How to Make a Camera Robot!



Here’s a fun hack that shows you how to make a camera-robot that can autonomously take pics and videos, all while you control where it goes, plus the angles too.  I think this might be a great project for those of you who take trips to the Amazon jungle to get footage of creatures and critters.

I’ve hacked a cheap camera and mounted on a pan / tilt neck assembly. Pictomatix MkII only has 64Mb of non upgradeable camera m

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Canon PowerShot D10 WaterProof Rugged Digital Camera Review!


If you wanted to get the best Canon camera, the new Canon PowerShot D10 waterproof digital camera is the one to get, featuring a whopping 12.1 megapixel resolution and waterproof up to 33 feet.

You can even drop this thing up to 4 feet on concrete no problem.

Sounds like the dream digital camera you have been looking for?

Well, it is, you

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TrendNet 7” Wireless Internet Camera and Photo Monitor!


Are you looking for a cheap solution to your home remote-surveillance camera?  Well, TrendNet has just released their 7″ Wireless Internet Camera and Photo Monitor which allows you to wireless connect all your security cameras together.

If you are going on a long travel and you need to keep a close eye on things in your home, this might be a

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