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Turn your iPhone into microscope with Extreme 60X-100X Magnifying Microscope

Posted: 14 Nov 2011 01:47 AM PST

iPhone might have one of the finest digital cameras when it comes to smartphones, but that doesn't mean that there isn't room for improvement. If you think about improving your iPhone's digital camera, then this little gadget might be perfect for you.

It is called Extreme 60X-100X Magnifying Microscope, and it turns your iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S into a microscope. This little gadget comes with LED that allows you to brighten up the surface that you're looking if there's not enough light, and in addition, Extreme 60X-100X Magnifying Microscope allows you to check watermarks on most paper notes. As we mentioned before, this accessory is compatible with iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S and it requires three LR1130 batteries to run.

Extreme 60X-100X Magnifying Microscope is a great accessory for your iPhone and due to its small size, you can carry it with you at all times. As for the price, this accessory costs $24.90.

[via Ubergizmo]

 

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News: Panasonic LUMIX 3D1 – first 3D compact Lumix point and shoot

Posted: 14 Nov 2011 01:29 AM PST

Just announced in the weekend past in the US, the new Panasonic LUMIX 3D1, is notably Panasonic’s first compact 3D camera. Scheduled for a launch in North America next month in time for Christmas for a pricetag of 499.99 USD, the LUMIX 3D1 comes with a 12.1 megapixel sensor, capable of shooting AVCHD video in full HD in either 2D or 3D in 60i, comes with a 4x optical zoom and a 3.5" touchscreen. The new 3D compact point and shoot will support SD, SDHC and SDXC cards as well as featuring 70MB of internal memory.

 

 

SECAUCUS, NJ (November 7, 2011) – Panasonic today announced the LUMIX DMC-3D1, a cutting-edge digital camera that employs two newly-developed lens units with folded optics design in a stunningly compact body that can capture crisp and clear 3D and 2D photos and videos. The LUMIX 3D1, with a twin-lens design, features 25mm ultra-wide angle lenses with 4x optical zoom that offer the outstanding capability to record high resolution 8-megapixel 3D photo and 1920×1080 60i high quality 3D HD video using side-by-side method. The LUMIX 3D1's optics give users a wider range of composition possibilities with approximately 169% larger viewing space compared to that of 35mm cameras.

Featuring a unique shooting option, the new twin-lens system allows the LUMIX 3D1 to capture 2D images and video simultaneously. The LUMIX 3D1 can shoot 12-megapixel 2D photos and record 1920x1080i full HD 2D videos. In conventional standard digital compact cameras, users must shoot in either photo or video mode and when photo mode is selected, video recording is interrupted. The twin-lens design of the LUMIX 3D1 breaks through these conventional barriers with two separate mechanisms for image capturing, allowing for dual shooting capabilities. Additionally, the two-lens design allows users to record photo or video in different angles of view simultaneously. For example, users can record an entire party scene with one lens while zooming in on and capturing the photo of a specific person with another lens. Users can easily switch between 2D and 3D mode with the dedicated 2D/3D switch conveniently located on the back of the camera.

"Panasonic continues to lead the industry in 3D entertainment, giving consumers the opportunity to create their own content and then view it within their homes, and the new LUMIX 3D1 is an innovative digital camera that excels with its 3D imaging technologies, but also offers outstanding 2D photo capture options," said Darin Pepple, Senior Product Manager, Imaging, Panasonic Consumer Electronics Company. "With its twin-lens design, the LUMIX 3D1 can even shoot HD video through one lens and 2D photos from the other – thus getting still and moving content simultaneously, a unique shooting feature which Panasonic provides so users can stretch their creativity."

The 12-megapixel High Sensitivity MOS sensor and the Venus Engine allow the LUMIX 3D1 to achieve high-quality images and easily process image sensitivity and speed. Multi-process Noise Reduction applies optimal noise reduction according to the brightness of different areas of an image, thus creating crisp and beautiful photos and videos. Both high frequency noise that occurs in the dark area, and low frequency noise in the light are of a photo are suppressed even though occurring simultaneously in a photo. As a result, images recorded in low-light situations are dramatically clear, even when recorded at a high ISO setting.

The LUMIX 3D1 boasts extremely fast consecutive shots at 8 fps (without auto focusing) and 4 fps (with auto focusing) in full resolution. Utilizing quad-CPUs the Venus Engine processes large amounts of 1920x1080i Full-HD data at high speeds in either AVCHD or MP4 formats. Although using two sets of lens units and sensors, energy consumption of Venus Engine stays minimized to maintain the camera's battery life for as long as that of a single lens compact digital camera.

Though the LUMIX 3D1 utilizes advanced functions to shoot exciting 3D and 2D content, it is easy enough for anyone to shoot beautiful 2D photo and videos using iA (Intelligent Auto) mode. iA mode combines a suite of functions to help users achieve the perfect shots, including: MEGA O.I.S, AF Tracking, Intelligent Scene Selector, Face Recognition and Intelligent ISO Control, Intelligent Exposure and Intelligent Handheld Nightshot, which generates beautiful night scenery with illumination by layering multiple images shot consecutively, allowing bright, glamorous night scenery to be recorded without using a tripod. The LUMIX 3D1 features a large 3.5-inch Smart Touch screen on the camera's back which allows users to easily move through camera functions and recorded photos and videos.

The Panasonic LUMIX DMC-3D1 will be available in December 2011 for a suggested retail price of $499.99. For more information, please visit www.panasonic.com/lumix.

[via PocketLint]

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Snap! case turns your iPhone 4 / iPhone 4S into a camera

Posted: 14 Nov 2011 12:58 AM PST

If you have iPhone 4 or iPhone 4S, and you use your phone for taking pictures, today we have a special iPhone case that will turn your iPhone into a camera.

This iPhone case is called Snap!, and it is designed by Bitplay. Snap! is comprised out of three parts: the metallic-looking upper half, the black lower half, and a removable fake lens. Although Snap! case looks great, it still doesn't have any unique features, but it gives you the dedicated shutter button. As for the phone's lens and flash, they are positioned right where Snap!'s viewfinder should be.


If you want to use your iPhone 4 or iPhone 4S as a camera, then Snap! case might be perfect for you. However, at this time we don't have any information regarding the price or release date of Snap! case, but we know that this case was shown at  Tokyo Designer's Week few weeks ago, so we might see it available for purchase soon enough.

[via Technabob]

 

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