All posts tagged Camera

Going 360 with the Ricoh Theta S

I explore making 360 degree video and photos with the new(ish) Ricoh Theta S camera.

Lomography Konstruktor DIY 35mm camera

A while ago, I picked up the $35 Konstruktor DIY film camera from Lomography. It seemed like a fun project of building your own 35mm film SLR camera. Turns out […]

Lytro light field camera: first impressions

Recently I picked up a Lytro Light Field Camera. I’ve only ever seen one ‘in the wild’ and that was at SXSW earlier this year. So what is it? A […]

Tech Tuesday: 3d printers for jewellers & Samsung’s Android camera

This week on News 1130 radio in Vancouver, I talked about these items: Jewellers now have a 3d printer for custom castings: 3d printing has begun to affect another industry […]

Lomography LC-Wide 35mm film camera

I recently purchased a new compact point and shoot digital camera, a Nikon P300. I had high hopes for it’s small size and unique features. Sadly, I wasn’t that impressed […]

Hands on with LG’s Windows Phone 7 smartphones

Recently, my friends at LG loaned me a couple of their new smartphones running Microsoft’s latest mobile operating system, Windows Phone 7. The one on the left, the LG-C900B (aka […]

Hands on with Sandisk Extreme Pro SDHC UHS memory cards

During our recent roadtrip to Austin, Texas, I was able to try out the new Extreme Pro SDHC UHS memory cards from Sandisk. As far as I know, these are […]

So maybe the iPad 2 camera isn’t that bad after all

During the recent Twestival at the Vancouver Lookout, I played around with the iPad 2 camera and photobooth using the kalidescope mode. I think the results turned out pretty cool, […]

Hands on with the Olympus PEN system

I’ve been shooting with Olympus’ new Micro four thirds camera system, called the PEN, for a few months now. I started with the E-PL1 camera and then in early February, […]

SXSW 2011 and the epic roadtrip is a wrap!

And like that, the craziest roadtrip I’ve ever been on is over. We got back to Vancouver late Sunday afternoon. It was an emotional farewell to the EhTeam as we […]