They’re going to be taking pictures all day anyway, so give them a new toy to play with while they do it
Kodak Ektra – A Camera With a Phone in it!
The Ektra is a camera with a phone. With a 5 inches FullHD display, and a 21MP camera at the back, it also has a manual dial to change the ISO, shutter speed, white balance, exposure, focus and speed. Check out the lens, its a big one, with an antireflective paint layer to prevent glare. Coupled with 32GB of storage and expandable with memory cards, you’ll find this piece of photography device shoot images faster than any other camera.
Impossible Project I-1
Once upon a time, Polaroid cameras were the ‘thing’. Click and print. The Impossible Project aims to rekindle those glory days. That’s what the I-1 aims for, with an app giving you the control over exposure and other settings.
You’ve uploaded thousands of pictures to Instagram? But your mom, dad and grandparents aren’t on the social media site. So what do you do? Get an HP Sprocket – this phone sized printer can connect thru Bluetooth and print some of those images. Utilising Zink paper, the photos have a sticky back to stick on the fridge.
Vixen Polarie Star Tracker
Since the beginning of time, astronomers have looked up to the heavens and based their journeys upon the stars. Now you don’t need the Hubble to take a pic of a star, Vixen Polarie Star Tracker can do that.
Hoya R72 Infrared Filter
Infrared photography is difficult stuff – dark images and monotonous palettes. In order to do so, you need to customise a DSLR and remove the IR-blocking filter inside. But you don’t have to do that anymore – use Hoya’s R72 range filters that come in sizes from 46mm to 95mm and screw them in front of the lens. Simple!
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