There's really no easy way to talk about a camera that you swallow and swims through your colon, so we'll just forge ahead. All mental discomfort aside, this next generation capsule camera is pretty cool — it has a tiny motor that is guided wirelessly by an MRI that allows doctors to steer it for maximum precision.
How high-speed can a high-speed camera get? Try fast enough to watch a pulse of light itself move through a soda bottle.
The latest iPhone 4S has already been widely acknowledged as possibly the only camera you'll ever need, unless you're a DSLR fanatic. Now there's a super lens kit designed to help you get the most out of your digital point and shoot.
The enhanced video recording abilities of the iPhone has inspired a new breed of videographer, but what happens if you want to step in front of the camera but don't have a friend handy to man the tripod? Now there's an automated solution that will let you become a truly one-man-show.
Polariod has just released their new Z340 "instant" digital camera. It's a less-cool version of the GL30 that we saw at CES, featuring an integrated photo printer. It's a neat idea, but does it give you the "classic Polaroid instant experience" like the press release says it does? Our gut: No way.
Hidden in iOS 5 is a panorama mode for the iPhone's camera. It's turned off by default, but if you're willing to do a little tweaking, you can turn it on for your phone.
The Matrix came out in 1999. That's twelve freakin' years ago. Back then, the "bullet time" time-slice filming technique was brand new, but as CGI has taken over, it seems like bullet-time has faded away over the last decade. Except, apparently, for surfing. And bullet-time surfing is awesome.
Okay, I really love cameras, but I think Tyler Card loves Nikon cameras more than anybody else on the planet. Why else would he build Nikon D3 DSLR Halloween costume that actually takes real digital photos?
If you've had a couple of different iPhones over the years, you know the camera quality has changed considerably from one iteration to the next. But just how much has it improved? Take a peek at these comparison images and see for yourself.
Remember that awesome Lytro camera that lets you take pictures now and adjust the focus later? Its design is finalized and its pricing is set. The Lytro look nothing like a typical camera, which is fine by us, since it doesn't take pics like one either.