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Ever wanted to see what an upcoming GeForce GTX 480 looks like when stripped naked? Of course you do!
The folks over at Atomic with little consideration to the active NDA on the product did just that. They posted a guide on how to disassemble the new high-end video card from NVIDIA that has been delayed and delayed and had its cores reduced to help get it to the market.
You can see the guide by clicking the news source link below.
JVC has a full line of electronics and other gear. The company has a number of digital camcorders that can record HD video offering all sorts of cool features. The JVC line can record video and shoot still pictures.
JVC has Announced its latest Everio camcorder called the HM550 that sports Bluetooth connectivity built-in. The Bluetooth tech allows the camera to be controlled using a smartphone as a remote and it is compatible with Bluetooth headsets.
The camcorder also has GPS for geotagging images. The camera features a 10.62MP CMOS sensor and can record 1080p HD video. Video is stored to SD and SDHC cards after the 32GB of internal storage runs out. Pricing for the camera is $799.95 and it is available now.
Kodak is one of the most recognizable names in the photography market, Back when film cameras were the norm, the company made some of the most popular film around. Today Kodak is big in digital imaging and it has added a new camera to its Easyshare line.
The new camera is called the M580, has an 8X optical zoom, and uses a 28mm wide-angle lens. The camera is designed for easy sharing of photos on social networks and via email. Photos and 720p HD video can be uploaded from the camera to Facebook, YouTube, Flickr, and other sites.
The camera has a 3-inch rear LCD and a 14MP sensor. Image stabilization is built-in along with face recognition. The camera can recognize and tag up to 20 faces and the tags go with the photos to editing software for easier search. The camera will ship on April 23 for $199.95.
Most of the micro four thirds cameras on the market don't use a view finder. The ones that do simply put a small LCD in the eye piece for the viewfinder since micro four thirds cams lack the mirror box needed for a real viewfinder like you find on a DSLR.
Panasonic has unveiled a second new micro four thirds camera today called the G2 it claims to be the first with a touch-control movable LCD. The camera can shoot 720p HD video using the AVCHD Lite format. The touchscreen lets the user flick pictures around the screen in playback mode and can be touched to tell the camera where to focus when shooting pics.
The rear LCD is 3-inches and moves 180 degrees from side to side, and 270 degrees up and down. The sensor is a 12.1MP unit and the camera can shoot at 60 fps and has a number of automatic modes and features. The camera ships with a 14-42mm lens. Panasonic has not announced pricing or availability at this time.
DSLR cameras are great for capturing quality images and having a lens available for just about every need. The big issue is that DSLRs are often difficult to use and bulky. There are now alternatives to the DSLR on the market that still use interchangeable lenses called micro four thirds cameras.
Panasonic has unveiled its latest micro four thirds camera today called the G10. Panasonic claims that the G10 is the world's lightest micro four thirds camera with a view finder. The camera ships with a 14-42mm lens and has a 12.1MP image sensor.
The camera has a wealth of automatic features and modes and uses MEGA OIS image stabilization. The G10 can record 720p HD video in several formats including Motion JPEG. Pricing and availability are unknown right now; Panasonic will announce both 30 days ahead of shipping.
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Digital cameras for the most part are fragile devices that are dead if dropped once or if they get wet. There are some rugged cameras out there made to survive drops and water though like the new Pentax Optio W90 that debuted today.
The new cam has a 12.1MP sensor and a 5x optical zoom lens. The camera is waterproof to 20 feet and can shoot underwater pics. The W90 can also survive drops from four feet and can operate in freezing temperatures.
The lens has a microscope mode that lets it focus on items only 1cm away. The rear screen is 2.7-inches and the camera can record 720p HD video. It will ship in April for $329.95 along with an optional waterproof remote for all Optio models selling for $29.95.
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I would love to see more technology used in classrooms around the US. I can tell you that my son really likes learning more when he gets to use the few notebooks available to his class. A school that gives an Apple laptop to every student at the two high schools in the district sounds good at first glance.
The Lower Merion school district is under fire though for allegedly using the webcams on the Apple notebooks it issued students to spy on the students in their homes. One student was allegedly told by a school vice principal that he was engaging in inappropriate behavior in his home. The school administrator allegedly cited a photo stored on the laptop as proof.
The FBI has announced that it is probing the allegations to see if the school may have broken any federal laws. The school claims that the remote webcam activation is a security system designed to help it find stolen laptops.