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Wacom Inkling hands-on [Video]

Wacom Inkling hands-on [Video]

Wacom's new Bamboo tablet range allows you to cut the cord between your artwork and your computer, but the company's Inkling digital pen allows you to walk out the door and sketch anywhere. Announced last month, the chunky stylus - and its companion clip-on receiver - can turn any regular notepad into a digital art studio, not only wirelessly memorizing your drawings but throwing in pro-level features like layer support too. We grabbed some hands-on playtime with with Wacom Inkling to see if it's really a doodler's dream; check out our first-impressions after the cut.

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Sony CLM-V55 is 5-inch clip-on preview display for your HD DSLR

Sony CLM-V55 is 5-inch clip-on preview display for your HD DSLR

Sony has announced a 5-inch clip-out LCD preview display, the CLM-V55 LCD video monitor, intended to give DSLR videographers a change to see their footage in higher resolution than most camera screens provide. The 800 x 480 panel has a tilt/swivel mount that fits onto an auto-lock accessory shoe or ISO shoe, is powered either by an independent battery or AC adapter, and hooks up to the camera itself via HDMI.

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California Considering Ad-Based Electronic License Plates

California Considering Ad-Based Electronic License Plates

Are you a fan of advertisements? Do you like to be assaulted by them every chance you can? Wish you could have more in your life? Then hopefully you live in California, and have your fingers crossed that legislation there gets to have their own wildest dreams made into reality. Why? Because they want to bring electronic license plates into the real world, but not just to be the next step into the future. Oh, no. California still needs money, and ads are the best way to make that happen!

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Rumored Canon pro-digital camera in the works

Rumored Canon pro-digital camera in the works

Could Canon be working on a professional digital camera? That's the buzz going around the rumor mill today and if true, the specs are expected to be pretty impressive. This could be completely false, but it's worth keeping your eye on, anyway.

If true, Canon is creating a video camera for the pro market that uses their 1x APS-C CMOS sensor. This would allow for video capture of up to 120 frames per second and 12.1 megapixels. Now that would certainly be impressive!

A few new lenses are supposedly in the works as well that would go along nicely with the camera. Specifically, a 16mm and a telezoom lens. Again, this is just a rumor at this time, but I think it would be a great addition to the Canon family. And I'm sure several pro videographers out there would like to see it come to fruition as well.

[via CrunchGear]

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