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Lunch Time Deals: $200 Off A Sony 4K Action Camera

When you’re buying your lunch today, you might want to take a moment and spend a little more. Gizmodo’s Lunch Time Deals posts point out any particularly good bargains for Aussie bargain hunters around the ‘net. This week, JB Hi-Fi has $200 off a Sony 4K FDRX100V action camera.

Sharing Photos On The Go: Connecting Your Camera To A Smartphone, Tablet Or Laptop

Having a portable, powerful digital SLR is a great way to take stunning photos wherever you are. In our hyper-connected culture, though, it’s hard to not want to share the photos you capture straight away, especially if they’re once-in-a-lifetime snaps. Newer cameras integrate incredibly useful features like Wi-Fi and NFC, though, that make connecting to a smartphone or tablet simple, and that make it possible to edit and share photos from anywhere you have a mobile signal.

Shooting Creatively With Your Camera: Special Effects Lenses And In-Camera Features

Feeling constrained by your camera’s kit lens? Want to get up close to the action, to capture a time-lapse video, to capture a beautiful Brenizer method photograph? There are a few things you can do in your camera’s settings, and a few different lenses you can try out, that can supercharge your photography and expand your skills.

This Bug-Eyed Camera Is A Whole New Take On Capturing Pro Quality Pics 

You’ve never seen a camera that looks like this. Its flat black visage is like the face of some terrible spider. It’s called the Light L16, and it may not look the part of photographic tool, but it hopes to accomplish the impossible: professional quality in an (almost) pocket-sized device.

Watching A Hummingbird In Slow Motion Is Still Pretty Majestic

Slow motion was invented to capture every single thing in slow motion. Explosions, cheetahs, robots, people and hummingbirds. The detail you see in slow motion is always better than real life.

The World's First Webcam Was Created To Check A Coffee Pot Remotely

Nobody likes arriving at an empty coffee pot, especially computer scientists at Cambridge University. That’s why, back in 1991, a team of them invented the world’s first webcam to keep an eye on coffee levels from their desks.

Airports Are A Beautiful Twisted Mess

Airports are a weird contradiction; labyrinthine roadways and arteries between terminals, surrounded by an expanse of seemingly limitless straightaways. Put both together and you get wonderfully calculated mayhem and a few killer photos.

New York Sure Looks Beautiful From Space At Night

Sometimes, a new view of something you know well can make you stop and stare — like this beautiful image of New York at night, snapped by crew aboard the ISS. This picture was taken by one of NASA’s Expedition 35 crew members aboard the International Space Station on March 23, 2013.

This Could Be The World's Smallest Night Vision Camera

When you’re creeping outside someone’s bedroom at night trying to get shots of them sleeping, the last thing you need to deal with is a bulky pair of night-vision goggles. S stalkers of the world rejoice! JTT has designed what looks like the smallest night vision camera ever that lets you stay as inconspicuous as possible.

Could Adjusting Your Cameraphone Settings Based On The Weather Improve Your Shots?

Like it or not, compared to a DSLR, or even a point-and-shoot, your smartphone’s camera sucks. They’ve gotten considerably better over the years, and they will continue to improve, but their tiny sensors and limited optics means image quality, and their ability to accurately process a scene still have a long way to go.

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