The Motorola Lapdock is intended as a screen and keyboard for a Motorola ATRIX 4G smartphone. Of course you can surf the Internet using your phone, but now you can view it using a much larger screen. The real news is that if you add a female HDMI adapter, you can use it as a DSLR monitor. The screen is 720p and over 11 inches. It’s very thin and lightweight and has an internal rechargeable battery good for up to eight hours, but the price is a spectacular $85!
Panasonic’s handheld AJ-PX270 camcorder records 10-bit, 4:2:2 video using a new codec based on its AVC-Ultra recording format. The new camcorder has 1/3-inch 3MOS sensors and a 22x optical zoom lens with separate zoom, focus and iris rings. Video recording is to microP2 cards (list prices: 32GB microP2 card: $250, 64GB microP2 card: $380). The […]Read More
The Black Betty Camera looks like a 16mm film camera, but it's a custom-designed housing that includes a Silicon Imaging SI-2K Mini Camera Head and an Apple Mac Mini. The camera head produces digital cinema class 2048x1152 resolution. The SI-2K Mini camera head has been as a second camera in films like Slumdog Millionare and 127 Hours.The small form Mac Mini is Apple's first computer to include an HDMI video port.Read More