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Sizing a Sensor: No Easy Way

  State of the Art – By DAVID POGUE – NY Times – Published: December 22, 2010 This week, you get two columns in one. One is about new pocket cameras that take sharp pictures in low light without the flash — a magnificent moment in the evolution of cameras, thanks to an unusually large…

Be the life of the party with this…what?


We don’t know what can be said about the Samsung UCIM concept camera which hasn’t been said by dozens – and perhaps hundreds – of bloggers already. It certainly has captured a great deal of attention. Is it the color? Is it the shape? Is it the actual concept? The UCIM, designed by Jung Eun…

Samsung Increases Consumer Dialog Since Relaunch of Samsung.com


Samsung released metrics to demonstrate the  success of the recently relaunched U.S. Samsung.com. The new digital platform was designed to create opportunities for ongoing conversation with consumers. According to Samsung, the metrics show marked increases in three priority areas: consumer engagement, social media connections and community participation, for the post-launch period of September 16 to…

Discounts Abound for Popular Hybrid Cameras


AFFORDABLEClockwise from top left, the Samsung NX100, the Sony Alpha NEX-3, the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF1 and the Olympus Pen E-PL1. By RIK FAIRLIE – NY Times FOR several years, camera makers have trained their engineering expertise on the sweet spot between compact point-and-shoot cameras and chunky (yet capable) D.S.L.R.’s. An ideal combination would involve a…

Demystifying Digital’s Best Holiday Cameras and Camcorders

Demystifying Digital gives us a  look at the Best Holiday Cameras and Camcorders targeted to your your needs and level of expertise. With hundreds of camera and camcorder models on the market at any given minute, finding the right model can be taunting. Intimidating even. We’ve parsed the specs and identified the top models for…

The best Black Friday Camera Deals for 2010


I don’t quite remember when “Black Friday” was transformed from another crowded day at the mall to retail blood-sport, but if you can survive the crush of humanity you can score some great deals on digital cameras this holiday season. Rather than scour the ads looking for the best camera deals, we’ve scoured the ads…

Wired Reviews: High-End Digital Compacts


Want to shoot pro-quality photos without forking over a month’s salary? These high-end compacts have built-in lenses with specs so tasty they could make Terry Richardson drool all over his white walls. 1. Samsung TL500 2. Canon PowerShot SD4000 IS 3. Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX75 4. Sony Cyber-shot DSC-WX5 http://www.wired.com/reviews/2010/11/pr_roundup_compact_cameras/

Wi-Fi n Certified Consumer Electronics Are on the Rise: Wi-Fi Alliance


Austin, TX—The Wi-Fi Alliance announced that more than 1,100 products for the digital home have achieved the Wi-Fi Certified n designation since September 30, 2009, when the group’s Wi-Fi n certification tests were launched and the Wi-Fi Certified logo was updated to align with the IEEE 802.11n standard. “The number and variety of devices that…

New Samsung.com Launches


Samsung this week announced the launch of a new company website at Samsung.com. The new site features social media and e-commerce components, as well as the ability to add third party product reviews. “We are in the midst of a significant advance in the evolution of the world wide web where an emphasis on brand…

31st Bi-Annual Photokina Draws to a Close


The 3ist bi-annual photokina wrapped up in Cologne, Germany earlier this week and a host of new products and services were introduced over the six-day event.  Here’s a brief sampling of news from Canon U.S.A., Casio, Eastman Kodak Co., GE, Lexar, Microsoft Corp., Nikon, Pentax, Samsung, Sony,and Tamron. http://www.picturebusinessmag.com/article/the-3ist-bi-annual-photokina-wrapped-up-cologne-germany/1?sponsor=newsletter/digital-clique#utm_source=digital-clique&utm_medium=enewsletter_headline&utm_campaign=2010-09-29