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Old Jan 9, 2010, 12:07 PM   #1
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Anybody got any more to post about Ces, please do.

Spent hours going through engadget post tonight, and here is a few gems:



http://www.engadget.com/2010/01/05/e...2-memory-card/


A SD card that does wifi transfer of your data to your computer (I assume backup device) on the fly even (meaning it is self emptying).

http://www.engadget.com/2010/01/05/o...megapixel-cmo/

Lets hope this 14.6 mpixel, which now is back illuminated, which means the circuits for the sensor pads are at the back of the pad rather than beside it or over it (why it took them so long to get to this is interesting) is better than last years. Has pixel binning for 1080p mode, at least somebody listen to reason..

- omnivision OV14810 cmos
- 14.6 megapixel 15fps
- 1080p video at 60 fps
- 1/2.33-inch
- 4,416 x 3,312
- 15fps at full resolution
- production in Q2

http://www.engadget.com/2010/01/05/w...oom-for-4k-3d/

Wireless HD standard, capable of 4K, deep color and 3D, let hope that hybrids and TV's come with this in future.

http://www.engadget.com/2010/01/07/i...ay-technology/

This is another attempt to wireless transit from your computer to TV, so some sort of wifi protocol that a wifi equipped hybrid could possibly use as well as eyefi like file backup.

And Sanyo has two smaller (thinner) 1080p cameras, but little real detail was there.

Some of these technologies are of particular interest because I have had an previous interest in developing simular products. There is still a lot of development left in hybrids, maybe we should do another wish list thread for developers to read .
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Old Jan 9, 2010, 12:11 PM   #2
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Whoops, forgot to list the tech in the subject line:

CES 1: EyeFi memory card+wireless backup, wireless HD technologies, new 14.6mp Omnivision sensor.
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http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technolog...ival-Flip.html
I just found sonys bloggie.

If I were on vacation I am sure this is what I want capture 360 degrees. rather watching one way, you can unwrap and see everythingyou miss, and I say no more PAnning LOL, but I bet ya peoplestill pann LOL. we're movingfoward.

My thoughts are if a aftermarket is availabl. LOL. if sony heard people about attachments. I bet Aiptek and others wil soon get lens attachments soon.
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Yes I think this quite a cool idea. As you say it solves the problem of what do you video? Why not video it all at once lol
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Hmm, interesting device to connect to our cameras, or we can buy a fish eye lens and rig a mirror in a box, but do you really want to see yourself in the picture all the time. I often think of advanced cameras systems for professional work flow, and unless you want to get multiple systems and stitch the image together, guess where you would have to wear it to get your 360 degree view without being in the way (on your head, think about what that will look like, I might be game for some interviews and outside footage, but i don't think I would want to walk around with it mounted there).

These systems (and viewing software, even Microsoft) has been available for years. There is also various security camera systems for recent years that uses a reflector device. there is also cameras with 6 lens and software to stitch them together in specialist visions, the people that make the bumblebee, probably point break (never bought one because it is slow frame rate and expensive for me (also that slow motion camera used to film the matrix which I had a chance to buy)).
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Yes I think this quite a cool idea. As you say it solves the problem of what do you video? Why not video it all at once lol
You will really need to get closer to 8K resolution (32mp) to get the quality out of it, so here is to 6-8 years of waiting for a cheap hybrid model (providing there is not a processing breakthrough on the meantime, hint, hint). Some of my ideas are based on this sort of thing.
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if waterproof, other intrests are fo rsure outdooractivities etc. if on a rafting trip etc, or your house.

i say it is kewl, and yes I wear it on thtop itwould vblend in fine with a baseball cap LOL.
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