All posts tagged "Photography"

  • VR-Zone Christmas Buying Guide 2010

    ‘Tis the season to be jolly, and while there’s no snow in sunny-and-occasional-rainy Singapore, many of us still celebrate Christmas here. If you haven’t done your Christmas shopping for your beloved yet (you know who you are), here are twenty products, both hardware and consumer products, we at have come up with that we think

  • Mode dial locking modification for Canon EOS 5D Mark II and EOS 7D DSLR cameras

    For those who somehow are able to move their mode dial accidentally, or are able to wear it down, Canon is now offering a chargeable service to ‘upgrade’ the mode dials on your EOS 5D Mark II and EOS 7D digital SLR cameras with a center-lock mechanism. This central lock-release button design was first introduced

  • Cisco’s New Generation of Flip Video Camcorders Makes Creating and Sharing HD Video Fun and Easy

    Cisco’s Flip Video™, the number one pocket camcorder in USA, today announced three new devices from its line of affordable MinoHD™ and UltraHD™ camcorders. The new generation Flip MinoHD (1 Hour and 2 Hours); and Flip UltraHD (2 Hours), all feature user-friendly simplicity, enhanced High-Definition (HD) video quality, hardware-based image stabilisation and more ways to

  • Sony Announces New E-Mount Professional “NXCAM” HD Camcorder Concept

    It seems that even professional HD camcorders are starting to take cues from the rapid development of digital lens technology in the still camera world. Four months after Sony announced its NEX –VG10 video camera which made use of the E-mount, the company is back with a variant of its professional NXCAM camcorder which uses

  • Samsung Brings Firmware Updates And i-Function Lens Compatibility To NX5, NX10

    Good news for those who previously bought the Samsung NX10 and NX5 mirrorless compact camera. The Korean maker has provided firmware upgrades for NX10 and NX5 to provide compatibility to the i-Function lens, which could only be used with the recently launched NX100.

  • Sony to outsource CMOS image sensor production to Fujitsu

    Japan’s Sony Corporation has announced that it will outsource some production of complimentary metal oxide semiconductor (CMOS) image sensors to Fujitsu Ltd amid tough global competition in a bid to cut costs and meet rising demand.

  • Nationite S:Flo2 PMP Review

    The Nationite S:Flo2 might not be well known in the portable media player (PMP) market. However, there’s a gem to be found within this plain-jane. Read on to find out more!

  • Cisco Refreshes Flip UltraHD and MinoHD Camcorders

    Cisco has recently announced their new lineup of Flip camcorders which do not just record only in high definition, but also record at higher frame rate per second. On top of that, there is a new FlipPort connector on the bottom of the UltraHD, which is to be used with additional accessories to the camcorder.

  • Canon Singapore Unveils New Consumer Products For 2010

    Canon Singapore today unveiled five compact cameras, one compact photo printer, one HD video camcorder and one digital SLR camera. The new products which include the PowerShot G12, LEGRIA HF M32 camcorder, EOS 60D digital SLR are available this month.

  • Microsoft’s Announces Latest LifeCam With Support For 1080p Video Calls

    In the past, simply being able to make video calls via a webcam was groundbreaking enough. But what happens when Internet connection speeds are rapidly becoming faster and HD content is fast becoming mainstream? That is right, you create a webcam that is capable of making video calls in full 1080p glory. Which is exactly

  • Panasonic Announces Micro Four Thirds Professional Camcorder

    The blurring of boundaries between camcorders and digital cameras are fast blurring out with the advances made in technology, and Panasonic’s imaging products are no exception. The company has just announced its new professional interchangeable lens camcorder, the AF105, which makes use of the Micro Four Thirds standard for digital cameras.

  • iMovie App for iPhone Updated, Now Allows Clip Splitting

    When iMovie for the iPhone was released, it brought HD video editing to the smartphone, a platform not usually known for its processing power. Today, Apple has released an update for iMovie which is sure to delight smartphone video fans – the ability to split video clips during the editing process.

  • Make HD Video Calls With 3 New Logitech Webcams

    Logitech has recently announced three new webcams for consumers who want to make high definition (HD) video calls to your friends or family. The Logitech HD webcams feature the company’s proprietary Fluid Crystal technology that ensure great clarity and vibrant colors.

  • Google planning video rentals via YouTube?

    Apparently, Google’s decision to compete against Apple goes further than just the current smartphone wars. And based on the current signs, it seems that the search giant is also planning to set itself up for a clash against Apple’s iTunes service by offering video rentals via its YouTube site. Sounds fun, right? Read on for

  • Canon announces the EOS 60D DSLR

    Canon has announced the EOS 60D semi-professional DSLR. The EOS 60D offers high performance, many creative features, and enhanced egronomics. Sitting inside the camera body is an 18 megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor, coupled to Canon’s DIGIC 4 image processor. The iFCL metering system first seen on the EOS 7D has also been implemented on the

  • Toshiba Unveils New Camileo BW10 Camcorder And Portable HDD

    Toshiba Computer Systems Division (CSD), a division of Toshiba Singapore, has announced the new waterproof Full HD camcorder, Camileo BW10, designed with ease of use. The maker has also unveiled their latest portable desktop hard disks that offer complete system backup and enhanced features.

  • Panasonic Announces Fall 2010 Collection; include HDC-SDT750 Full HD 3D camcorder

    This morning, Panasonic held an event announcing its Fall 2010 collection of cameras including the Lumix DMC-LX5, FZ100, FZ40, FT10, FX700 and FX75. The manufacturer also showcased the HDC-SDT750 that claims to be the world’s first Full HD 3D camcorder.

  • PhotoFast GMonster X Drive – CompactFlash / 1.8-inch ZIF / 1.8-inch IDE to USB 3.0 enclosure

    Time to dump that USB 2.0 enclosure or adapter of yours? Designed for smaller sized storage devices such as 1.8-inch ZIF or IDE hard disk drives or solid state drives, and even CompactFlash cards, the PhotoFast GMonster X Drive 1.8″ USB 3.0 enclosure makes it easy to transfer large amounts of data in double quick

  • Aiptek launches world’s first 3D camcorder, brings 3D home video to consumers

    Think only the big production studios like Hollywood can make movies with 3D technology? Think again: the newly launched Aiptek 3D camcorder brings the power of 3D technology to the average Joe, without the need for expensive 3D-capable TVs. VR-Zone heads down to Jurong Point to bring you the launch of the world’s first 3D

  • Samsung PL90 Digital Camera Features Built-in USB Connector

    A digital camera with a built-in USB connector? Well, that’s exactly how the Samsung PL90 is being designed. The latest addition to Samsung’s line of digital cameras lets you connect the device to your PC without the need of cables.