Cameras Archive

In-Depth Review of the Ricoh WG-60 Waterproof Digital Camera

Compact waterproof cameras endure many of the same issues as any other compact electronic device. It can be tough to cram powerful components into small spaces. It’s particularly tough if you expect to achieve more than just waterproofing. Sometimes people choose waterproofed cameras because they’re concerned some small amount of water might eventually splash their camera. Other times, people choose waterproofed cameras because they know …

First-Look Review of the Moultrie Mobile MV2 Cellular Field Modem

Trail cameras are great for tracking bears, deer, and many other varieties of wildlife. But nearly every trail camera requires you undertake a considerable inconvenience. Heading out into the wilderness and setting up the camera isn’t too bad. But heading out every time you want to check your photos? Things become tiresome or impractical. Cellar field modems can help you largely get around this problem. …

Detailed Review of the Kami Indoor Smart Home Camera

Artificial intelligence is reshaping the world. It’s a slow process, and it’s occurring gradually. But AI is making its way into everything. It seems driverless vehicles are just on the horizon. And it might not be too long before you’re having medical problems diagnosed by a machine. While some of these developments are still years away, others have already arrived. Smart home cameras are among …

Review of the Polycom RealPresence Debut Collaboration Camera

Most people are non-verbal communicators. Subtle hand gestures, a small inflection in the voice, or the raise of the eyebrow. Visual cues like these are the reason why so many people prefer to call over webcam. It can be essential for effective communication. But what happens if the video momentarily skips when someone’s making a gesture? What happens when someone’s inflecting a sense of sarcasm …

In-Depth Review of the Canon Speedlite EL-100

Few things can improve a photographer’s shot as quickly as a new flash. The majority of DSLR cameras come with a flash built-in. But frankly, that flash tends to be fairly weak. Even when the built-in flash is not totally underwhelming, its certain to provide little in the way of meaningful control. Whether you’re a talented photographer with years of experience, or you’re a novice …