Coming Soon to Your Digital Camera: the FluCard?

Naming new tech products is hard.

For every inspired choice (Apple’s iPod), there’s usually one that’s bizarre (Tivoli Audio’s iYiYi), off-putting (DigiScents’ iSmell) or just plain incomprehensible (Samsung’s LA46A850S1F).

Henn Tan, the Trek 2000 CEO who trademarked the “ThumbDrive” name for those ubiquitous USB …

Two Minute Video: Visions of a 3D Point and Shoot Camera

The Finepix Real 3D W3 is Fujifilm’s second stab at a consumer-friendly point and shoot camera that takes 3D photos. While the first version met with less-than-favorable reviews last year, the W3 has slimmed down a bit and gotten a little easier to use so it should fare better this time around.

It’s still a niche product for a niche …

ReadySteady Stabilizes Pocket Camcorders, Doubles as Tripod

The $30 ReadySteady camcorder stabilizer is a little smaller than a hockey puck. It’s made of two high-quality, sturdy aluminum halves that house a flexible seven-inch rod that screws into your camcorders tripod mount.

When you want to use the ReadySteady, you untwist the two aluminum halves, remove the gooseneck tripod rod, twist the …

Pentax K-5: Faster, Stronger, Friendlier

Following up on last week’s K-r announcement, Pentax has announced its Big Daddy DSLR, the K-5.

The K-5’s weather resistant body is similar – if not the same – as the K-7 except for a dial mode that sits a smidge higher for easier controls. Using Sony’s 16.3-megapixel CMOS sensor, the K-5 rattles off 7fps with an ISO …

Looxcie Takes Oversharing to the Next Level

In an age of oversharing thanks to services like Facebook, Twitter, FourSquare, etc., do we really need to see what you’re actually seeing and doing, too? Looxcie thinks so.

The douchey Bluetooth looking earpiece is actually a camera that’s constantly recording (up to four hours at 320×480 at 15fps) whatever it is that you’re …

Nikon D7000 DSLR Camera Due in October

Nikon will be releasing the D7000 midrange/prosumer/enthusiast DSLR camera in mid-October with a starting price of $1200 for just the body, or $1500 with an 18-105mm lens.

The D7000 has a 16.2-megapixel sensor, 39-point autofocus system, 6 shots-per-second burst mode, and can record full 1080p HD video. Other features include dual SD

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