Tag: sensor

Canon EOS 6D specs leak

Canon EOS 6D specs leak

| September 25, 2012 | 0 Comments

16 September 2012 10:45 GMT / By Mike Lowe The Canon EOS 6D looks to have existence the company’s sub-Ј2000 replete-frame answer to the Nikon D600. The rumoured EOS example’s specifications leaked on digicame-info, alongside some convincing official-looking studio shots. And through Photokina 2012 just around the retired place, it seems the perfect time and [...]

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Sony, RX100

Sony, RX100

| July 25, 2012 | 0 Comments

Sony RX100 – introductory treatise If you know your f-cease onions from your bracketing elbow, you force find most compact cameras just a mouthful too limited. Or maybe, if you’re totally honest through yourself, you want a compact that says “Look, I am a photographer, I normal chose to leave my DSLR at home today, [...]

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Olympus, OM-D E-M5

Olympus, OM-D E-M5

| July 7, 2012 | 0 Comments

The OM descriptive term once signified the pinnacle of Olympus’ SLR expertise – very lately the moniker has been resurrected instead of its most advanced Micro Four Thirds cam over and above. Can the E-M5 do its ancestors self-satisfied? If there was one flaw by the E-P3, Olympus’ last greater MFT release, it was its [...]

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Olympus, OM-D E-M5

Olympus, OM-D E-M5

| June 22, 2012 | 0 Comments

The OM descriptive term once signified the pinnacle of Olympus’ SLR expertise – very lately the moniker has been resurrected instead of its most advanced Micro Four Thirds cam over and above. Can the E-M5 do its ancestors self-satisfied? If there was one flaw by the E-P3, Olympus’ last greater MFT release, it was its [...]

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Want Some Sensors?  Here’s A Truckload

Want Some Sensors? Here’s A Truckload

| June 12, 2012

By David Ponce Smartphones are great and stuff, but can they tell you how humid the air around you is? What about the air pressure? Or can they alert you to a possible carbon monoxide poisoning? Tell you if you’re legally drunk? No, they can’t, and that’s because they’re all missing the appropriate sensors. The [...]

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Sensor finds lost keys and wallet

Sensor finds lost keys and wallet

| June 8, 2012

Computer scientists have devised a system using Kinect sensors to create a system that keeps track of where you put your things.

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Thinking outside the box in space

Thinking outside the box in space

| May 29, 2012

Using Microsoft’s motion sensor to dock satellites in orbit

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Breathalyzer Uses Nanotechnology to Reveal Signs of Disease

Breathalyzer Uses Nanotechnology to Reveal Signs of Disease

| May 27, 2012 | 0 Comments

Thanks to unused to ceramics nanotechnology, scientists now moving with a device that can standard you for biomarkers when you thump into it. Using a sensor chip that is able to detect note amounts of chemical compounds in the slightest motion, the Single Breath Disease Diagnostics Breathalyzer instantly measures your exhaled respite, giving you a [...]

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Leica M9 Monochrom pictures and hands-on

Leica M9 Monochrom pictures and hands-on

| May 26, 2012 | 0 Comments

16 May 2012 13:15 GMT / By Mike Lowe A perturbation of Leica launches last week caught our observation, not least thanks to the etc. of the Leica M9-M Monochrom – the before anything else rangefinder camera with a dedicated, filled-frame black and white sensor. Heck, from the kind of we can recall it’s the [...]

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Meet the Leap: The Kinect motion sensor rival you can get for $70

Meet the Leap: The Kinect motion sensor rival you can get for $70

Thanks to Kinect for Windows, motion-controlled computing isn’t confined to science fiction anymore. But not everyone who wants to navigate their computers à la Tom Cruise in Minority Report can afford Kinect’s usual going price of $200 to $250. E…

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