In my line of work I frequently like to have portrait photos. In the past I have sent patients to a local photographer, who did a great job. The problem is one of expense and logistics. I didn’t want the expense and the patients didn’t want the hassle of going there. While I don’t need […]
onOne Software’s DSLR Remote is a wireless shutter release for Canon EOS© or Nikon DSLR camera… and it is amazing. With it, your iPhone or iPod Touch becomes your camera’s control center. More than a mere remote shutter release, the DSLR Camera Remote Pro ($19.99) can control camera settings like aperture and shutter speed and
Besides being a revolutionary phone, the iPhone is also my best camera. Not the best because it’s the highest megapixel camera, or has a great zoom lens (or one at all unfortunately), but simply because it’s the only camera I always have with me. So one of the best surprises on the iPhone 3GS was
I recently went in search of a small camera, reasonably cheap, one that used off the shelf batteries and could produce good quality pictures. I selected the Nikon Coolpix L19. Nice camera, but much too simple to have gadget charisma. But what if it could be wireless? Now we’re talking gadget chic. Having experienced the
Here’s a gadget for all of the wacky garden people out there. You know who you are. You have flowers planted in containers all over your front porch in the summer and house plants all over your living room in the winter. Now you can obsess even more (if that is possible…) with the 1.3MP
Do you have shoe boxes full of 35mm slides and or negatives that you don’t know what to do with? Would you like to share memories with your kids or grandkids? Do you want to remember what you looked like 20,30 or 40 years ago? If so, the ImageLab Slide and Negative Scanner might be
Pete The Gadget Geek Stanley sent me a tip about this nifty digital photo frame called the Shake a Pix. It’s about the size of a credit card, has a built in USB connect to charge and transfer pix. But the cool feature is the fact that it has a built in motion sensor. To
I enjoy reviewing GPS photo tagging gadgets here on The Gadgeteer, so I will be interested to see how ATP’s latest PhotoFinder device compares to their previous models. They are hailing it as the answer to Sony’s GPS-CS3KA. The PhotoFinder Pro does sound like it has the upper hand due to the fact that it
Have you guys heard of Photochaining or the Message in a Memory Card project? Both are similiar in that people save pictures to a memory card and then leave the cards in public places for people to find and view. The Photochaining concept is more along the lines of geocaching, in that people describe where
I recently reviewed the ATP GPS PhotoFinder mini photo geotagging module. I liked the concept, but found some issues with usability. Today I have a similar product for you. It’s the i-gotU USB GPS Travel Logger GT-120 from Mobile Action. It’s smaller and even easier to use than the PhotoFinder. Let’s take a look.
The FlexRing 6400 from SR Electronics is a ring flash with 64 oversized (32 in the ring and two flexible arms with 16 each) super-bright white LEDs. The bendable arms allow you to position the light where you need it. I would love one of these for my macro shots, but the price is $359.95,
There are all sorts of photo printing service online where you can upload your photos, print them and have them shipped to you. There are also services that you can use to print your pictures on mouse pads, coffee mugs, and t-shirts. Snapily is a little different, they offer customized gifts and photos that flip
I have a nifty little gadget for avid photographers that have a less than stellar memory. If you’ve ever looked back at your old photos and wondered where you were when you shot them, the PhotoFinder Mini from ATP will cause you to wonder no more.