Better, smaller, lighter and smarter, that’s what we want from a camera. It was the quest to achieve these things that made George Eastman invent roll film and lead him to build up the Kodak empire. Nearly a decade later we are still striving to achieve the same thing, although much has changed since the first digital cameras hit the market. here guest blogger Fran Delaney shows us some of the best and most innovative cameras that are now available.
The Consumer Electronics Show was recently held in Las Vegas, and a host of new digital cameras were on display for anyone to see. These gadgets include a host of technologies that will provide the integration that is needed in today’s world. They are also incredibly light and offer pictures that have unbelievable quality. Innovations in the field include the use of better hardware, more features and manual controls that enable easy use by any type of photographer.
Cerevo Live Shell
This camera from Contour provides a host of benefits, and it is an ultra-portable device that can stream live video over Wi-Fi or Ethernet. It can easily be managed from a PC or smartphone and is able to record approximately three hours of video on just three AA batteries.
Tamaggo 360 Prototype
This 360 imager provides the latest technology in a camera, and it is one of the smallest products on the market. The name is derived from the Japanese word for egg, and this is what the device looks like. It offers a 14 megapixel sensor that is backed by 11 components for a complete lens setup.
This camera from Fujifilm is one of the most rugged products on the market, and it includes plastic and rubber that surround the model. This is designed to protect the delicate instruments, and it makes this an ideal choice for those who enjoy taking their pictures in the outdoors. It offers super zoom, and shoots smoothly in any condition.
Panasonic Compact Lenses
Panasonic has also provided their concept lenses to the general public at this show, and they have 12-35 mm lenses as well as 35-100mm. These are designed for better focusing on their Micro cameras, and this technology is designed for shooting videos.
The JVC Everio offers live monitoring that is designed to be compatible with Apple’s iOS and Android operating systems. There is a free app that enables anyone to integrate their smart device with this model. It offers 1080p video or snapshots and can transfer files wirelessly to mobile devices.
This is a wireless camera that is designed to easily hook up to a computer. It can easily be navigated through a computer’s browser, and it offers a number of benefits to ensure total integration with the latest technologies.
This is the new line of handheld video recorders from Toshiba, and they are capable of shooting 1080p video in 3D. It also offers a display that provides 3D images, and there are no glasses required to take advantage of this feature.
The PowerShot G1X is the new camera from Canon, and it offers point and shoot technology that includes a 14.3 megapixel sensor. There are also numerous manual controls on this model that provide professional quality photography to anyone.
The Consumer Electronics Show hosted a number of the latest developments in the field of digital cameras. Innovations are occurring at a rapid pace in this industry, and there are new models that provide 3D images and can easily be integrated with computers and smartphones.
Fran Delaney writes technology reviews on electronics, gadgets, phones, cameras and more.