This camera is probably the best 3D camera you can get for the money, and it is indeed a good camera. The 3D effects are very good, the screen uses the same technology as the Nintendo 3DS, but the larger size and higher resolution makes this noticeably better than the 3DS screen. It shoots FULL HD photos and 720p HD video, in 3D aswell as 2D. It can even save as both 3D and 2D. For 2D photos it works quite well too but it’s not a super camera, so the 2D pictures are good, but not super good. It is equipped with CCD sensors, which are cheaper than CMOS sensors, but works well for filming. Still I’d say the picture quality is pretty good. (more…)
The Sony DSC RX-100 Featuring: 20.2 megapixels, large 1″ Exmor™ CMOS sensor, F1.8 Carl Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T* lens with control ring, 3.6x zoom, P/A/S/M modes, JPEG and RAW image capture, Full HD 1080/60p video with manual control and a whole bunch of interesting features.
My impression of this camera is that it is a lot more advanced than other compact cameras, and the fact that you can use full manual together with its awesome (for a compact camera) lens. It has a panorama mode, image to vector conversion and is one of the few compact digital cameras with RAW.
Compared to the average point and shoot sensor size, the RX100 has a very large, 1″ CMOS sensor. It is a sony EXMOR sensor to be able to capture more light in your pictures and reproduce every detail even in low light conditions. It takes pictures at 350dpi, which is higher than most cameras do. The sensor is probably better than most DSLR sensors.
“It was an interesting test, but it turns out the App Store was just fine for getting the new OS.” – Apple
So there you have it, apple will stop shipping their OS on a usb drive with their mac books. Not a huge loss to some but still its sad to see it go. I guess it just cost to much for them to ship a usb drive with every unit..
And if you dont have internet to download the os from.. face it its time you got some internet.
There are many cool things to be uncovered at the CES, but it can sometimes be hard to find the awesome stuff in this jungle of technology. Anyway here is something that Engadget found, its basically a HUD which works by beaming lasers at glass containing a film of nanoparticles. The test version was a blue projector but they are also being developed in red, white and even dual blue and red. Whats so smart about it is it requires very little distance between the projector and the projection surface. The demo version you see in the video was only 3 feet from the image, which was still very clear. They say it can be used as a HUD in cars, and it accepts input from VGA, USB and memory cards!
Sun Innovations, Transplay display, you can find product page here