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Linhof camera for digital outdoor photography

Mark Peters : 2008-12-08 10:24:05
Linhof Techno digital camera for outdoor photography : The Linhof tradition of more than 120 years in developing and manufacturing professional precision camera systems is now continued by another innovative product designed for digital outdoor photography - without compromises. The Linhof Techno is the ideal combination of the advantages of the legendary field system Technika and the universal studio system M679 optimized for digital photography. The Linhof Techno is a compact hightech camera offering all practical adjustment facilities for extreme short to longer focal lenses. All available digital backs can be adapted. The user is always free to select his favourite digital system.


Recover photos with undelete software

Mark Peters : 2008-12-08 06:50:00
Photo recovery software : Diskeeper Corporation's newly released Undelete 2009 software now instantly recovers digital photos accidentally deleted off cameras or Personal Computer hard drives. Undelete 2009 replaces the Windows recycle bin with a powerful Recovery Bin, capturing all digital photos accidentally deleted off the hard drive. Further, anyone with a digital camera is familiar with these two options: "Delete Photo" and "Delete All Photos." Suppose you hit the latter by accident? Undelete 2009 can recover even those digital photos from the camera's drive itself.


Wireless memory cards

Mark Peters : 2008-09-29 13:44:41
Eye-Fi Wireless memory cards : Eye-Fi , makers of the world’s first wireless memory card for digital cameras, announced enhancements to its family of Eye-Fi cards that will make the upload of digital photos from camera to computer twice as fast. The faster wireless speeds will also be made available to existing Eye-Fi users at no extra cost. In addition, users will be able to upgrade their Eye-Fi cards to add the individual services they want, including Web sharing, geotagging and hotspot access. “Faster wireless uploads and the ability to add new services to your EyeFi memory card are significant advancements in making it more convenient and rewarding to save and share digital memories,” said Jef Holove, CEO of Eye-Fi.


Geotagging video camera from Geotate and DXG

Mark Peters : 2008-09-29 12:46:37
Worlds first Geotagging video camera : Geotate, a pioneering auto geotagging company, announced that in collaboration with DXG Technology Corp, one of the world’s leading manufacturers and designers of digital cameras and camcorders, it is powering the world’s first geo-enabled production-ready video camera. The video camera is based on the DXG’s DVH586 platform, and deploys Geotate’s Yuma geotagging software. Thanks to Geotate’s unique geotagging software, the reference design can automatically “geotag” footage, or mark it with location data. The collaboration marks a significant expansion to the possibilities of how film is currently enjoyed and shared by millions on the internet every day.


fotocommunity at photokina

Ilse Jurriën : 2008-09-22 09:31:00
Meeting point for amateur photographers at photokina : fotocommunity’s slogan for photokina 2008 is “experiencing photography”. The stand of Germany’s largest Internet community for photography will be located in Hall 9, where it will serve as a central nexus and meeting point for dedicated amateur photographers. On an activity area measuring 700 square meters, fotocommunity will provide photokina visitors with a highly varied program that offers something for almost every photography enthusiast. The offerings include daily workshops and photo shoots, a free-of-charge Internet café in the lounge area, a big photo exhibition, daily sweepstakes with high-quality prizes, and the fotocommunity WorldConvention.


Photo Recovery Software

Mark Peters : 2008-06-07 14:00:00
Hetman Photo Recovery Software Solution : If you use your digital camera more than several times a year on special occasions and take thousands of digital photos throughout the year, copy them to different media and store them in different locations, you may have already faced the problem of corrupt, damaged and lost files. When nothing and nobody seems to be able to help you, when you are frantically trying to recover your precious digital photos, when deadlines are closing in and clients are breathing down your neck, you cannot but wish for a magic software tool that can bring it all back. If that is the case, Hetman Photo Recovery Software solution will be your digital savior for years to come!


Digital SLR camera guides on DVD

Mark Peters : 2008-05-23 10:30:00
Digital SLR DVD camera guides : When it comes to professional photographers, or simply those with a serious passion for photo taking, there’s perhaps no greater thrill than buying a Single-Lens Reflex (SLR) camera. Known for being the most expensive digital cameras on the market, SLR cameras are also notorious for their highly detailed, extremely dull user manuals. Thanks to such lifeless manuals, people don’t learn their camera’s intricacies or, sometimes, even the basics. They fail to discover the magic they’re holding in their hands. Helping to navigate the complexities of these cameras is QuickPro, LLC, a company that started creating exciting color SLR camera DVD tutorials three years ago.


Camera tracks brain activity

Ilse Jurriën : 2008-05-06 11:15:00
Semiconductor camera implanted in mouse's brain : Japanese researchers have implanted a small camera inside a mouse's brain to see how memory is formed, in an experiment they hope to some day apply to humans to treat illnesses such as Parkinson's disease. The study, published in the "Journal of Neuroscience Methods" and "Sensors and Actuators," used a camera 3 mm (0.1 inch) long, 2.3 mm wide and 2.4 mm in depth, said Jun Ohta, professor at Nara Institute of Science and Technology in western Japan. Working with researchers at Kinki University, Ohta implanted the special semiconductor camera inside the hippocampus of the mouse's brain, designing the devise so that a screen showed blue light whenever the camera captured memory being recorded by the brain.






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