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SpotCam HD Wi-Fi Video Monitoring IP Camera
     Fri, Aug 14 2015 | 4:02P | Digital Cameras | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"It's not that IP cameras are a particularly new phenomenon, but in the age of the Internet of Things, they're becoming far more commonplace among the average mainstream consumer. To this end, they need to be feature-rich and easy to use. Addressing this segment of the market is the SpotCam HD IP camera, making the whole standalone, web-connected video feed thing a reality for just about anyone."

SpotCam HD Review
     Fri, Jul 10 2015 | 12:02P | Digital Cameras | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
After the great interest in our review of the Raspberry Pi PiCam HD camera with monitoring functionality, we have decided to test a Start-Up solution of a WiFi video surveillance with recording and night vision function at OCinside.de as well. The SpotCam HD is a cloud based WiFi security camera, which is relatively easy to install and then can be watched on a PC, Mac or even on mobile iOS or Android based Smartphones and Tablets. Our SpotCam HD review will show if this is the right solution for you and offers you a step-by-step SpotCam HD installation guide.

Canon EOS 5DS, EOS 5DS R & XC10 Technology Report.
     Sat, Jun 06 2015 | 12:03P | Digital Cameras | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
On the 27th of May, 2015, Canon invited us to the launch of two high-resolution DSLRs - the Canon EOS 5DS and the Canon EOS 5DS R as well as a new 4K camcorder, the Canon XC10. The EOS 5DS R and EOS 5DS come equipped with a 35mm full-frame CMOS sensor that boast a resolution of 50.6 megapixels as well as dual DIGIC 6 image processors, while the XC10 is the first of a brand new series of Canon digital 4K video camcorders.

SpotCam HD Wi-Fi Video Monitoring Camera
     Fri, Apr 17 2015 | 9:03A | Digital Cameras | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"Personal home security is not something we necessarily always think about, especially if you happen to live in an apartment. For most people setting up a WiFi camera can be complicated and just frustrating. Well Spotcam wants to solve that problem and give you video monitoring to your home that is easy to set up and can be viewed from any device. Spotcam is a a WiFi camera that offers 720p HD video, 24 hours of free recording, motion alerts via their mobile app or e-mail, scheduling, and two-way talking. At only $119 it is a very inexpensive way to add security to your home. Let’s take a look…"

SpotCam HD Wi-Fi Wireless Video Monitoring Camera @ Bigbruin.com
     Sun, Mar 29 2015 | 11:45A | Digital Cameras | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Overall the SpotCam HD Wi-Fi wireless video monitoring camera is a strong performer. It costs less than the comparable DropCam HD, while providing basically all the same features. It even includes 24 hours of free cloud storage, but if you require more than 24 hours of storage their rates are quite a bit less than DropCam`s. So you can save money upfront and every month/year after that."

OxyLED T-02 Wireless Motion Sensing LED Light Review
     Tue, Mar 24 2015 | 9:01A | Digital Cameras | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"Today for review I have a light, it’s from a company called OxyLED and it’s the T-02, yes not a fancy name but it’s something that I’ve come to be very happy with. The T-02 has 10 LEDs in it, and a motion sensor that only turns it on when it notices motion and will stay on as long as there is motion, but then it will turn itself off automatically. The price is about $16, and it’s very well made of mostly aluminum and it runs on AAA batteries which should last for quite sometime. Read on to learn more.. "

Polaroid CUBE HD Action Camera Review
     Sun, Mar 08 2015 | 4:39P | Digital Cameras | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
ModSynergy reviews a product from Polaroid that looks to continue on adapting with the industry, and what is popular right now has been action cameras. Well Polaroid wants a chunk of that lucrative market and have released their Polaroid CUBE HD action camera."

Nikon D700 FX 12.1MP Digital SLR Camera Review
     Tue, Dec 30 2014 | 8:18A | Digital Cameras | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"The Nikon D700 is a professional-grade FX (full-frame) format DSLR with 12.1-megapixel at hand, and is completely different than anything I've reviewed."

Mio MiVue 568 Touch Dash Cam Review
     Wed, Oct 22 2014 | 9:01A | Digital Cameras | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
I don`t know how most of you use YouTube but aside watching"

Canon EF 24-105 f/4L IS USM Telephoto Lense Review
     Sat, Aug 16 2014 | 12:00P | Digital Cameras | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Typically when you go to buy a DSLR and you don’t have any lenses already, you would opt to buy one with what is called a kit lens. It is called a kit lens because with DSLRs, there are two main parts to the camera. The body and the lens. Together they form a “kit,” you need both in order for the camera to take photos. Usually, when I think of kit lenses I think of cheap, low quality optics and casing and worst of all, a variable aperture over the focal length range.

Sony Cybershot DSC-QX10
     Tue, Aug 12 2014 | 12:00P | Digital Cameras | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The QX10 comprises two main parts, being the lens and the phone attachment which twists and locks on to the lens. The phone attachment is not required if you have a Sony phone with a specific Sony case which allows you to attach the camera lens directly to it, but presumably most users will require the phone attachment. The power button sits on the top of the lens, and when the unit is turned on the LED lights up green. This LED shows orange when the device is charging and red when you record a movie. On the side of the unit lies the shutter button and zoom lever, and the micro-USB socket sits below these underneath a small protective cover. On the other side of the unit is a small display which indicates whether or not a memory card has been inserted, and the level of charge remaining. Should you wish to use the QX10 with a tripod, there is a socket on the bottom of the unit."

Practical 3D Printing Guide: Making a GoPro Camera Mount
     Thu, Jul 10 2014 | 8:59A | Digital Cameras | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Hobby 3D printing is often referred to as a novelty, but the desktop 3D printer can be practical and useful, too. Let`s see what Charles does for a GoPro."

Genius Widecam F100
     Sat, Jun 14 2014 | 4:03P | Digital Cameras | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
With the prevalence of Skype and the rise of personal YouTube and TwitchTV channels, the webcam is becoming as necessary as the keyboard and mouse and much like other accessories there is a wide array of options for the user to choose. Today we take a look at the Widecam F100 from Genius which boasts to be the world’s first full HD 1080p ultra wide angle webcam. Boasting many useful features for video conferencing as well as personal use, will the F100 prove itself or simply be just another webcam with just another gimmick? Join me to find out.

Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L USM Lens Review
     Wed, Jun 11 2014 | 4:00P | Digital Cameras | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The 70-200mm focal length has been one of the most versatile and popular zoom ranges available. First introduced in March of 1995 the Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L USM has been one of the go to lenses for sports, portraiture, and journalism across the world. Canon has four 70-200mm lenses in their lineup, two f/2.8s and f/4s with and without IS. As a portrait photographer I find the f/2.8 aperture is a must have over the f/4 versions to completely isolate your subject and stray from any distractions or environmental flaws. Thus is why I sold my 70-200mm f/4L USM earlier this year and purchased this f/2.8 version. Though it lacks image stabilization and the weather sealing that its newer 70-200mm f/2.8L USM IS II brother has, it is around $1,000 cheaper and lighter, making it a much better bang for your buck.

Nikon D7100 DSLR User Review
     Mon, Jun 09 2014 | 4:03P | Digital Cameras | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Today Technology X is taking a look at the Nikon D7100 18-105 VR Kit, which features the Nikon D7100 DSLR camera body and a AF-S DX Nikkor 18-105mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR Lens … now that’s a mouthful! We’re taking a look at the D7100 and 18-105mm lens from a user’s perspective, showing you some examples of how well the photos and videos turn out. We even went on the road to Niagara Falls Butterfly Conservatory to take a look at some vivid color comparisons.

Compro TN4230 Outdoor PoE IP Camera Review
     Tue, May 20 2014 | 5:34P | Digital Cameras | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Security cameras that run over a standard IP network are becoming more of a common place in the home and in a commercial environment, partly due to their ease of setup and the seamless integration in to an existing backbone, but also the ease of scaling the system up to the levels that we find in our supermarkets [for example] where tens, if not hundreds of cameras are connected in to a single environment. The additional benefit of utilising IP cameras though is the ability to connect into the system from a remote location and use it as though you are on the site itself. This is not where the selling points end though; power delivery to the cameras is another factor that has to be taken into account and with so many cameras in some instances being required, or the position where they required not the convenient for the purpose of mains power, the capacity to power the cameras directly from the network switch and through a single cable with the data to the camera, makes the speed of installation and the ease of expansion much quicker and easier.

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