Nikon Goes Retro with the New Df Full Frame DSLR

Nikon Df

Nikon just announced the Nikon Df full frame DSLR that does nothing but shoot still images. No video mode for you photography purists. It features the same 16.2MP sensor found in the company’s flagship D4, but packs it into a retro package that pays homage to the old Nikon F series of film cameras. [Read more…]

Sony Unveils Full Frame Mirrorless Cameras – A7 and A7R


Sony just dropped a bomb on the digital imaging world with a pair of new full frame mirrorless cameras – the A7 and A7R. These cameras are the first full frame mirrorless cameras and rival larger and more expensive cameras like the Nikon D800 and Canon 5D Mark III in terms of both imaging power and user control. [Read more…]

Nokia Lumina 1020 Unveiled

Nokia Lumina 1020 main

After much anticipation and media attention via leaks and teasers, Nokia has finally unveiled the Lumina 1020. Nokia’s newest flagship smartphone boasts a monster 41 megapixel camera with SLR controls.  Some other pretty cool stuff is on board too, but who cares? [Read more…]

Caesars Palace Bans Google Glass


Not wasting anytime waiting for a blackjack controversy, Caesars Palace in Las Vegas has gone ahead with a ban of Google Glass inside the casino.

A spokesman for Caesars was quoted saying, “Gaming regulations prohibit the use of computers or recording devices by persons who are gambling. Therefore, individuals wearing Google Glass would not be allowed to gamble. If they attempted to do so, would be subject to arrest under various state gaming regulations.”

This is a bit of a no-brainer for casinos and I’m sure there will be plenty more to follow suit with an outright ban of Google Glass by name – in addition to what appears to already be technically banned by Nevada state law.

[via Computer World]

Sony HD Handycam Camcorder Lineup for 2013

Sony HDR-PJ790VB Handycam

Sony has a new line-up of HD Handycam Camcorders at CES 2013 ranging from the flagship, $1,599 HDR-PJ790V to the $249 HDR-CX220.  All the Handycam line now offers the ability to switch between AVCHD or web-friendly MP4 formats.  Click on past the break to read more and watch a brief interview with Amy Koppmann of Sony. [Read more…]