Category Archives: Cameras

Spy DIY – How to Make a Cheap Spy Camera!


Well, we’ve covered bunch of SPY cams before, here’s another cool one that uses a webcam and your laptop to create a cheap spy camera.

Of course, this would go really well with one of these Eee PCs instead of a full-fledged laptop.

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Camera DIY – How to Make Your Own DSLR Camera Macro Lenses!

Here’s a great DIY for all your DSLR freaks out there, learn how to make your own DSLR camera macro lenses!

Making life size pictures of hardly noticeable objects and subjects is known as macro photography. It’s widely employed in wildlife photography and in product photography. Oftentimes, macro photography requires the use of costly lenses. Read on to learn how to easily make your own macro lens.

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Obama Themed Flip Mino/MinoHD!

Yes, Flip has just released their new Obama-themed Flip Mino or MinoHD:

That’s right, you can get the Obama Flip Mino or MinoHD camera right here:

Get the Barack Obama – Change We Can Believe In Flip MINO Camera HERE!

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How To Hack Security Cameras Using Google

Have some fun checking out what other people are doing, using their own networked security cameras to spy on them. Careful, if the FBI comes knocking on your door, we don’t know you.

This video tutorial shows you how to hack with Google, using security issues with Google that can allow you to hack other people’s sites. The only intention of this how-to video is to point out secu

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Video DIY – How to Take High Speed Videos!

Well, there’s been bunch of documented posts on how to take high speed photos but not high speed videos.

One thing for sure, you will need to invest at least 1G on a nice camcorder but here’s how to take high speed videos.

Everyone I have met and talked to share one thing in common: the desire to own, or at least play with, a high speed camera. Though I doubt that many of the people reading this have a high speed camera of their o

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Camera DIY – How to Make a FiberOptic Flash!

Wow, for those of you serious about photography, you might want to consider playing with this Fiberoptic flash.  Basically, you can bunch of fiberoptics and then stick it to your flash to it evenly distributes the flash when you are taking pictures.

This is a fibre-optic flash extension for your DSLR’s popup flash. Totally easy! Works great! Durable! Designed specifically for K20D with 100 2.8 DFA lens but adaptable to other lenses (see Tamron Adaptall 90

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Spy Hack – How to Make Spy Sunglasses that Record Video and Audio!

Well, I’ve always been amazed at Kipkay’s videos, I stumbled on this DIY on how to make spy sunglasses that will record video and audio via any camcorder. (Now, maybe I can use my HD camcorder I just got, that’d rock!)

I’ve always wanted a pair of spy sunglasses that record stealth video but they run upwards of $300. So here’s how to make your own that work great, record color video AND au

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DealMax – 4GB miniSDHC for $9.99!

A great deal on a miniSDHC card, ending real soon so just a heads up for those of you who need it.

Well, this sale will end in few hours but for those of you who want to get a 4GB microSDHC card for just $9.99, use the coupon link below:

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HD Video DIY – How to Edit MOV files or convert it to AVI!

Well, I have been messing around with my new Aiptek HD 1080P camcorder that I got for $150 on Amazon and I have to say it’s worth your money if all you need is high quality videos at low prices.

Anyways, the only problem I had so far was with the native MOV files, which won’t work with my Microsoft Movie Maker.

The best and free solution I found was from RAD Video Tools program,

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HD Camera/Camcorder Review Under $200!

Well, I am about to buy an HD camera/camcorder so I figured I’d do a market analysis (or review) of all the HD camera/camcorders out there that are under $200.

For one, I am looking for following qualities in an HD camera:

    HD quality (at least 720P) videos – I want to be able to record high-res videos that I can also upload to high-res video websites. Ability to use SD cards for extra memory or a hard disk – I don’t want a fixed internal memory, that’d make the camcorder completely useless if I am on a boat and I run out of memory.  (No, I don&

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