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Sun & Cloud, the new camera produced by ecological manufacturer SuperHeadz fom Japan. You do not need batteries to take the pictures, just the pure energy from the sun.
On top of the Sun & Cloud camera there is a solar panel that automatically produces the electricity needed to power it. In addition, the camera can also be loaded manually with a crank that generates kinetic energy, or via USB. At a technical level, the device is equipped with a 3-megapixel lens with 3 different shooting modes and has 15 built-in digital filters to customize your images. But that's not all yet! You can even make videos with this solar camera which has a built-in microphone so you can record an audio as well.
In terms of dimensions, the camera isn't exactely a pocket size, measuring 15x15x20 cm, and weighing 200 grams. Even though the performance is not at its best, what the Sun & Cloud camera offers is the ability to to take pictures any time without batteries!
Are you ready for the Olympus TG-1 iHS Tough camera? If you are, here is what it's all about. As stated by the company, this digital camera features a 12MP 1/2.3″ CMOS sensor, 3″ OLED display, and 4x optical zoom with f/2 on the wide side.
The key benefit of the device is the fact that it is resistant to dust, shock, crush, freeze, and of course water. It's a really tough like guy! The camera was made mainly for family entertainment. You will simply capture all those special moments with your friends or family utilizing the Olympus TG-1 his digital camera. The device also features dual image stabilization for transparent, crisp images and improved durability.
Olympus challenges you in principle to try to break the latest adventure camera TG-1. It is designed to withstand everything from crushing 100-pound weights and water depth of 12 meters.
Olympus now reveals that the flagship will be among the company's tough-shoot cameras. And TG-1 looks to be a real little guy, along with the ability to shoot Full HD and a rear-mounted OLED screen. The most important TG-1 is not that the camera can capture images in 12 mega pixels but it is certified to IPX8- standard. That means it can be crushed by the weights up to 100 kg, and survive being submerged in water to a depth of 12 meters. According to Olympus' own tests to the camera does not fail in being dropped from two meters in height or exposed to temperatures down to 10 degrees Celsius. Once we have found it so we can see other camera functions. The lens is sensitive to light with an aperture of F2.0, auto focus will be similar to the technology that sits in the Olympus Pen series and the camera has ISO certificate 80-6400. TG-1 has a dual image processor True Pic VI, and image stabilization for both photo mode and video mode. There is also an HDR mode and a focusing distance down to 1 centimetre from the subject. If digital compact cameras are to survive they must do something different from mobile phones, and at first glance it says TG-1 out, provide a resistance that is hardly found in the iPhone, Android or Windows Phone. But it costs the camera also 4500 dollars when it is released in mid-June.