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10 Best Surveillance And Hidden Spy Cameras For The Super Sneaky

Spy cameras have come a long way since their introduction back in the late 1800's. See ten of the most clever surveillance and hidden spy cameras currently available.

Kodak's IM5 Smartphone Caters To Photographers... And Your Grandparents

What's this, a smartphone made by Kodak? No surprise that there's a few extra photography-related features, but what's more curious is that this 5” phone appears to be designed with seniors in mind – and I don't just mean that Android skin.

Ricoh WG-M1 Is A Rugged Action Camera Designed For The Outdoors

Currently GoPro dominates the action camera industry. However, there are alternatives to this big name in capturing a first-hand glimpse of the nail biting action in sports and other activities. The Ricoh WG-M1 is a durable, affordable alternative to the GoPro cameras.

The Oco HD Camera Is Your $150 WiFi Security Camera

Let's be honest, there are quite a few security cameras on the market. With the ongoing trend towards a "smarter" home, we are seeing more and more tech integrated into daily life. Security cameras are no exception. The Oco HD Monitoring Camera is one such option available to consumers.

Impossible Instant Lab Turns Your iPhone Into A Polaroid Camera

Technology is great—until it doesn’t work. Or until it doesn’t work for me. I love to capture moments of my day and events with my children, but then the images of those moments seem to live forever in my smart phone or digital camera. I have almost 3,000 photos on my phone, and while half of those may not be worth printing, there are certainly some pictures I wish I had on display. I simply haven’t taken the time to select the ones worth printing and then turned them into tangible, color images. Impossible is making it possible to get my favorite moments onto paper instantly with their Impossible Instant Lab.

SONY Gets Into The Car Parts Biz With A High-Sensitivity CMOS Image Sensor for Automotive Cameras

SONY, known for their groundbreaking Walkman music player and other innovative audiovisual devices, figures it's time to stop walking and get behind the wheel instead. Scheduled for mass-production in December of 2015, the IMX224MQV CMOS image sensor for automotive cameras is the company's first component approved for use in the commercial automotive sector.

Muku Shuttr Lets You Become A Grandmaster Of Smartphone Photography

If you're looking for a device to really step your smartphone photography game up, look no further than the Muku Shuttr; the little peripheral that allows you to take hands-free pictures with your Android or Apple smartphone. The Shuttr was made possible thanks to their Kickstarter campaign that reached their goal in a little over a week. The Shuttr uses Bluetooth technology to pair with your device and allows for (almost) hands-free photography.

The Selfie Sombrero Is A Definite Fashion "Don't"

"You're so vain, you probably want a selfie sombrero," would probably be a line to the classic Carly Simon song if she wrote it in modern times. And indeed, you have to be pretty darn vain to wear something so ugly and so cumbersome solely to take pictures of yourself.

Want To Go Old School And Build Your Own Camera?

These days everyone is snapping photos with their cell phones. For some folks they get out a digital camera to do a bit of shooting. The die-hards still use film. You can take a trip into the past with Viddy, the pinhole camera. Not only does it require you to go old school with 35 mm film, you even have to build it yourself out of cardboard from a DIY kit.

iSensor HD Uses Skype For Your Home Security

Bring the power of Skype’s 256-bit encryption into your home with the iSensor HD home security camera. Currently in the fundraising stage at Kickstarter, Amaryllo is showing a lot of promise with its iSensor HD and corresponding mobile app. Remotely control the camera, view live feeds, and upload footage to Google Cloud Storage.