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DIY Weekend: Hacking a pinhole camera

Leonard Goh of CNET Asia merges his DIY tin can shooter with a pinhole camera.

By 26 February 2014

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Yashica EZ F521 isn't a digital Holga, but it's close

CNET Asia's Leonard Goh tries out the Yashica EZ F521 to see how it stacks up to the Holga.

By 18 November 2009

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Cosina Voigtlander Nokton 25mm F0.95 (hands-on)

The lens has been eagerly awaited due to its super-wide F0.95 aperture, which renders creamy-looking bokeh and the ability to take low-light shots with faster shutter speeds.

By 10 November 2010

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Up close with optical drive lens mod for camera phones

Make.com wrote about how one reader ripped an old DVD player apart and fitted the optical drive lens onto a camera phone for some awesome macro shots. We couldn't resist trying it out.

By 26 August 2009

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Canon 5D Mark II, 7D get mode dial upgrade

The adjustment will allow the mode dial to be locked in place, much like the implementation on the EOS 60D, to prevent the accidental changing of settings.

By 3 December 2010

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11 Nikon D3S cameras, 7 lenses headed to space

The dSLRs will be brought to the International Space Station, where they will join a host of other Nikon products such as the D2X, lenses, and other Speedlight external flash units.

By 21 December 2009

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Have we found the world's smallest digicam?

The Chobi Mini Digital Camera measures just 1.7 inches by 1.1 inches by less than half an inch and weighs a featherlight half an ounce.

By 23 April 2010

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Soon, billboards that know male from female

Technology out of Singapore is focused on advertising, so future digital billboards can detect the gender of the person looking at it and display the appropriate ad. Next up: age recognition.

By 17 June 2009

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Haier's Android handset slated for September

Its specifications state that the upcoming H7 phone has a 2.8-inch touch-screen display, Wi-Fi/Bluetooth connectivity, FM radio, GPS, and a 2-megapixel camera with onboard flashlight.

By 18 June 2009

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Hack your digital picture frame, for a price

RedPost's "Sign Beta" frame is customizable but pricey at $599.

By 8 April 2008