Archive for May, 2019

Gadgets :: May 29, 2019

Tweet by Gregg Ellman (@greggellman) I’ve been grilling for years and love it. I’ve also been cleaning grills for years and hate it. The past few years I’ve used a power washer with good results but it’s still a... Read more


Tweet Hauppauge, NY– May 24, 2019 – Domke, a division of The Tiffen Company, has introduced camouflage camera bags in honor of the U.S. Military available in the popular F2 and F-5XB models. Domke has been the photographer’s choice... Read more

Samsung Provides Fake Faces in Videos With Custom Algorithmm

Tweet Oh, wow! It’s getting to the point where no one is real. Samsung has created a way to fake a person in a video! Read More… (Source: Vice) Read more


Tweet Fujifilm launches innovative mirrorless digital camera FUJIFILM GFX100 – Equipped with the large format sensor with the world’s highest 102 million pixels resolution – Offering fast / accurate autofocus, in-body image stabilization and 4K video capability – Capturing... Read more

DJI Adds Airplane And Helicopter Detectors To New Consumer Drones

Tweet ADS-B Receivers In Consumer-Grade Drones Will Set A New Standard In Drone Safety DJI Unveils Safety Improvement Agenda For Drone Makers And Regulators May 22, 2019 – DJI, the world’s leader in civilian drones and aerial imaging technology,... Read more

Gadgets :: May 22, 2019

Tweet by Gregg Ellman (@greggellman) We all have our pet peeves and one of mine is bugs. I hate ‘em.  I can have the best company with the best music playing on the world’s best Bluetooth speaker, but when... Read more

Olympus Tough TG-6 delivers impressive image quality in an amazingly compact but extremely rugged housing

Tweet All-new robust Olympus Tough TG-6 compact camera: Built to capture any adventure With the Tough TG-6, Olympus introduces a new flagship in their Tough compact camera series withstanding all weather conditions, underwater use, drop shocks and crushing weights.... Read more

Is Drone Maker DJI the Next Target of the U.S. Government?

Tweet Huawei was the first target. Now it seems that DJI, the world’s leading drone manufacturer, could be next. There is speculation that the company might be sending flight data back to China. Read More…   (Source: The Verge) Read more

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