Now, you could control your Digital SLRs remotely via a computer, thanks to the Nikon WT-3 Wireless Transmitter, which has got FCC thumbs up. The WT-3 provides you with the functionality of connecting your SLR to wireless and Ethernet ports, so that you can gain remote access to your camera and transfer the photos directly to an FTP server or printer. The WT-3 transmitter support different types of modes, Transfer mode to upload images to the computer, PC mode to remotely control the camera, Print mode to print photos on the printer and Print mode PD10 to print photos on PictBridge printer via PD-10 wireless printer adapter. The WT-3 is acquiescent with IEEE 802.11b/g networks and 100BaseTx/10BaseT wired networks.
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Pandigital debuts its four digital photo frames ranging from 5.6-inches to 9.2-inches that are blessed with 64-128MB of internal memory, multiple USB ports, a 6-in-1 media card reader, crisp quality image viewing on Active Matrix TFT display and comprehensible functionality. With the appealing new digital photo frames, users can straightforwardly transfer the images from the PV or the digital camera to the digital frame’s internal memory. The integrated 6-in-1 media reader lets the users copy the flash images, music, video with an ease. Pandigital photo frames are able to play back MPEG 1, MPEG 2, MPEG 4 & AVI video and can store the MP3 files on the on-board memory in order to enjoy them on the integrated speakers. Coming in two interchangeable frames, wood and acrylic, to match your decors, the Pandigital photo frames pricing range starts at $129.99 for the 5.6-incher frame. The 9.2-inch digital photo frame is priced at $249.99.
Don’t you think that the large camcorders are good but it is very hard to carry them without feeling the pain until and unless you are a gym person? Moreover it happens many times that you wanted to shoot something and you wished for a thing that you can carry easily in your pocket and which also is a video recorder? This new RCA EZ105 is really a wonderful device for you, at $129 it lets you shoot 60 minutes of normal video and 30 minutes of high quality video. You can then easily transfer it to your PC via USB port or with the AV out port watch the movie on your TV. The camera has a 1.5-inch of LCD screen and runs on two AA size batteries. Don’t accept that HD quality that you can get from a camcorder but still the video output is good. What I like is the mobility and portability it gives to the user. Via: Gearlog
A few days back we had a story on a digital Photo frame by estarling and now a company named Ceiva has also come up with a 7 and 8-inch digital photo frames. The Ceiva runs a network which allows you to send images to a frame or frames via their network and has subscription fees of $6.95/month. Although the specs of the 7-inch frame are not given but the 8-inch digital frame has a 640 x 480 display and the frame has slots for all major cards like CompactFlash, Memory Stick and SD just in case you want to transfer photo by a card. Although these frames lag behind in Wi-Fi and Broadband connectivity but additional adapters can be integrated but for a cost. The Wi-Fi adapter will cost you around $35 and the broadband adapter will cost $25. The frames will cost you in between $199 to $250 with a full year subscription service. Via: Cravecnet
This polycarbonate casing Hero camera is a waterproof up to 100 ft and functional up to 30 ft. It is strapped flat on the wrist and when flipped up its ready to shoot. Although tiny in shape it has 32MB internal memory which is enough to provide you 250 photos or 30 second video clip. Its USB interface is both PC and Mac compatible. It has auto exposure and self timer. Good for the extreme adventure supports it cost only $80. But the memory is to small couldn’t they have at least given a SD card slot. Featured below is the video clips taken from the camera hosted by Coastalsurfing. Via: Divester