Back before there were 200-megapixel cameras and HD video recording in smartphones, there was the Game Boy Camera, a cartridge with an eyeball shaped camera attached to it. When it was released in 1998, it could only shoot still pics, but with a little modding, "kraettz" was able to hack the cam to shoot video in 8-bit glory!
Shooting great pictures on film may be little more than a fuzzy memory these days, but that doesn't mean that there aren't lots of people with awesome film camera systems gathering dust on the shelf. This cartridge aims to make your hip vintage camera gear useful again, by letting you shoot digital images.
This Lego 4x5 camera is made from real-deal Lego bricks, plus a 127mm f4.7 lens. And all you ever made from Legos were a few spaceships and a pirate ship.
The current 6th generation Apple iPod is a neat little thing, but it clearly lost some of its mojo compared to the generation 5 version, specifically its video camera. Now it looks like the next version will bring the camera...
The Looxcie is one of the silliest products we've seen that isn't a mere concept. It's a wearable Bluetooth camera that records everything — it's meant to document your daily life and create movie clips that can be shared to...
Seeing as we're not cats, we humans need night vision cameras to spy on people in the dark. The thing is, the cameras can only record images in green. A new night vision camera can capture real-time video in the dark — in color.
At a first glance, the Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX77 looks and sounds like any generic point and shoot, but it's not. The FX77 has a few special modes that virtually re-touch your skin by applying make-up to your pics.
When we think of gorgeous cameras, we usually think Canon, Nikon, Sony and Leica. Fujifilm making a slick retro camera that oozes of Leica-like rangefinder goodness? That's the FinePix X100.
If you thought those 5-megapixel pictures from your iPhone 4 looked pretty sharp, think again. A Danish company called Phase One has just put every other digital camera to shame with their 80-megapixel IQ180.
Instructables user, BigRedRocket, apparently wasn't satisfied with seeing the world from a crystal-clear first person perspective so he took it upon himself to build a contraption that would let him see himself from the third-person.