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January 31, 2011

Flip Video Tripod

flip_video_tripod.jpgShooting video with your Flip video camera doesn't have to be an exercise in steadicam shakery with this easy-to-attach tripod from Flip. It has flexible metal legs to make angling it and stabilizing it easier, and even makes for a great way to shoot video of yourself!

At Flip Video Tripod

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January 3, 2011

Lexar Announces 128GB SDXC Card

lexar_128gb_133x_sdxc-001.jpgIf you're the type of photographer who can't stop snapping pictures, and is constantly on the lookout for the newest and biggest memory card going, the Lexar 128GB Class 10 SDXC might just be right up your alley.

With a maximum data transfer speed of 20MB/s, it complements full HD video recording and continuous shooting speeds of the latest SDXC compatible cameras. The Professional 133x SDXC 128GB card will start shipping from the first quarter of 2011 at a suggested retail price of $699.99. The company has also announced a 64GB version of the same card that will ship at an SRP of $399.99.
via DPReview

If you're a mere mortal who doesn't need a memory card bigger than the hard drive on my computer, you can still get a relatively large SDXC card without breaking the bank.

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June 24, 2008

Eye-Fi Card: If Someone Steals Your Digital Camera, Will the Camera Cry for Help?

EyeFiMemoryCard.jpgWell, it could. Thousands of digital cameras are lost each year on airplanes, in hotel rooms and at the hands of creepy thieves. With the new Eye-Fi memory card, you can program your camera to automatically send its photos and videos to an email address or certain photo sharing websites like Flickr and Facebook. The teenie memory card has a built-in wireless connection that automatically activates a transmission of data whenever you're passing within range of a specified wireless network. So to be clear, there's no guarantee that you'll reclaim photos from a stolen camera, but there's a chance. What's better is that while you're traveling, now you don't have to hunt down an Internet café or lug along a laptop to clear your memory card. You can pick up a 2GB Eye-Fi Card at Amazon for $99.99.

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