Cameras

Garmin Dash Cam offers wide-angle HD and automatic incident detection

Garmin Dash Cam offers wide-angle HD and automatic incident detection

Among Garmin's various navigation-related products introduced here at CES 2014, the company has rolled out the red carpet for its new Garmin Dash Cam, a dashboard camera for cars that offers, among other things, automatic incidence detection. The camera has a variety of functionality for drivers who want a constant recording of their driving activities, and as such provides an extra layer of security in the unfortunate event of a collision or other incident.

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Samsung NX30 Smart Camera adds flexible EVF and new S-line lenses

Samsung NX30 Smart Camera adds flexible EVF and new S-line lenses

Samsung has revealed a new smart camera, the Samsung NX30, running the company's SMART 3.0 software for easy uploads of its 20.3-megapixel images to Dropbox, Flickr, and social networks. Launching officially at CES 2014 next week, the NX30 has an APS-C CMOS sensor with Hybrid Auto Focus, up to 9fps continuous shooting, and an ISO 100-25600 range, along with both a 3-inch swiveling AMOLED display and a tilting 1024 x 768 electronic viewfinder. There are also two new lenses to go along with the new camera.

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Canon PowerShot SX50 HS select models recalled over allergic reaction possibility

Canon PowerShot SX50 HS select models recalled over allergic reaction possibility

Canon has issued a minor recall for certain versions of its PowerShot SX50 HS digital camera over improper construction of its rubber viewfinder eye piece. In some models, an oopsie that took place during construction of the rubber covers could result in an allergic reaction to one's skin in the form of irritation and a rash. Those affected can have their camera tested and serviced for free.

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Toshiba dual-camera module for mobile devices offers object erasing

Toshiba dual-camera module for mobile devices offers object erasing

Erasing unwanted objects (read: photobombs) out of images is possible, but usually involves some after-the-fact digital editing and nearly always leaves traces of the object's absence in its wake. A dual-camera module Toshiba has developed for mobile devices -- smartphones and tablets, namely -- takes on the subject from a different angle, allowing unwanted objects to be erased from photographs.

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Snooperscope is a night vision camera for your smartphone, hits Kickstarter goal

Snooperscope is a night vision camera for your smartphone, hits Kickstarter goal

Soon joining the likes of olloclip's Macro 3-in-1 iPhone clip-on lens and similar products will be the Snooperscope, a night vision camera that attaches to the back of one's handset and offers recording in a no-light environment. The Snooperscope is being funded on Kickstarter, where it's funding campaign has hit and exceeded its goal. Mass distribution is planned for June 2014.

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Concept “armor” advises wearer when a surveillance camera is nearby

Concept “armor” advises wearer when a surveillance camera is nearby

Modern life is recorded on a million (give or take) surveillance cameras, and those who live in particularly large metropolitan locations are often under the watchful eye of cameras mounted all over the place -- on buildings, street posts, inside stores. You're not likely to notice many of them, and some people don't like that idea. That's where a concept wearable called the surveillance spaulder comes in.

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Nokia Lumia 1020 used as exclusive camera for wedding by celebrity photographer

Nokia Lumia 1020 used as exclusive camera for wedding by celebrity photographer

To show off the camera on its iPhone 5s, Apple partnered with Burberry to be the exclusive recording apparatus for the runway show. Nokia has revealed that it did something similar for its megapixels-packing Lumia 1020, which was used exclusively by famous photographer Joy Marie Smallwood to photograph and record a real wedding. Taking a look at the pictures, we'd say the little handset did a mighty big job.

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olloclip Macro 3-in-1 clip-on iPhone lens hands-on

olloclip Macro 3-in-1 clip-on iPhone lens hands-on

Olloclip has been busy empowering the iPhone's camera for a while now. This past January we got our hands on its iPhone 5 lens clip, which enabled one to shoot in fish eye, wide-angle, and macro. Fast-forward nearly a year, and we've been testing olloclip's latest offering: the Macro 3-in-1 clip-on lens for the iPhone. We've got a gallery and video for you in our SlashGear hands-on after the jump.

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