Category Archives: Cameras

Canon PowerShot S90 Review!

If you don’t want to use a bulky DSLR camera, you might want to consider getting the Canon PowerShot S90, which comes with a super-bright f/2.0 lense and sports a 28mm lense with 3.8X zoom (equivalent to 28-105mm).

I think this is the best point and shoot digital camera you can get for the money for photos.  Apparently, Canon decided not to include HD videos on the S90 (probably because it would compete against Can

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Photography DIY – How to Make a Large Camera Flash Diffuser!

For travel, you might want to make one of these camera flash diffusers out of an old cigarette box.  For other big projects, you might want to learn how to make a large camera flash diffuser as outlined in SteamPunkWorkShop.com here.

Btw, my Canon 7d DSLR should be here next week, can’t wait to get m

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Quick Nikon D3S DSLR Video Review!

(Image Credit Photo taken with Nikon D3S)

I will be getting my hands on a DSLR camera soon, mostly because I really need for my blogging work.  I have been really dialing into the Canon EOS 7D but take a quick look at the new Nikon

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Canon EOS 1D Mark V Coming Tomorrow?

Lately I have been sorta addicted with the latest Canon EOS DSLR news as I am planning to get one myself soon.  Engadget reports that the Canon EOS 1D Mark V might be available soon, like tomorrow!

we’re now hearing that Canon just might be readying a new pro-level DSLR for a Tuesday launch. The long-awaited successor to the EOS 1D Mark III is reportedly on the way, and considering that the Japanese do everything they possibly can to avoid the number four

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RC WiFi Spy Robots!

Currently, there’s probably these two RC Wifi spy robots which might works the best for securing your home or even great as kid’s toys to beat house boredom.

First up is the Erector Spykee Wifi Spy Robot that can be controlled via WiFi, also doubles as a digital music player.  This one is really for the kids as its features are made for that purpose but it does have a cool video surveillance feature which makes it practical for adults too.

The main feature of Erector Spykee Wifi Spy Robot is that it can easily be hooked up to your Skype account so you can monitor

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Photography Hack – How to Make a Gyro Image Stabilizer!

If you are sorta serious about photography, you might want to consider making yourself one of these “gyro” image stabilizers that will allow you to take perfect photos.  Learn how to make the gyro image stabilizer by following step-by-step instructions here. (via ohgizmo)

This image stabilizer can be used with any lens and camera. It works the in same way as the Hubble telesc

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Canon EOS 7D Preview Video Review!

WOW… here’s preview video of the upcoming Canon EOS 7D, amazing, I want one. (Pre-orders yours here on Amazon for $1699)

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Nikon D300s Hands-On Review!

For those of you who are looking for a new DSLR camera, you might want to check out the Nikon D300s hands-on review by guys over at Engadget.

I will one day get my hands on one of these expensive digital cameras with 12.3 megapixel CMOS sensor and 720p movie mode, well, I will have to wait but if you can afford it, pre-or

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Cellphone Hack – How to Add a Macro Lens to Your Cellphone Camera!

Here’s a simple and great way to add a “macro” lens to your cellphone camera, simply get the lens out of an old dvd player and stick it on a piece of cardboard.  I like this idea for those of you who want to be like “MacGyver“. (Damn, I wish they had those MacGyver shows on TV again, I used to watch like every episode in the 80s, translated to Korean.)

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Photography Hack – How to Make a Tilt-Shift Lens!

Are you a serious photography-junkie?  Well, if you are, you are in luck as you can learn how to make a cool tilt-shift lens for about $22.

Plungercam 2 keeps in the spirit of the original plungercam by using cheap plumbing equipment and affixing it to precision optics. This iteration eliminates the need for glue altogether, so all the optical components can be easily taken out and re-used elsewhere.

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