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Google patent details a hat with a wearable camera and bone conduction speaker

Google was recently granted a patent it filed in 2013 that details a hat with a built-in camera system able to pair with a mobile device for the purpose of interactive sessions. While a baseball cap in particular seems like a somewhat odd choice for a wearable, the system itself sounds fairly straight-forward as a portable studio of sorts for live broadcasting video and snapping photos. dpreview.com

2017-3-3 22:24

Elinchrom ELB 1200 portable flash system to launch this summer

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2017-3-2 23:08

The PocketWizard Flex TT5 TTL Is Now Available for Panasonic Cameras

The PocketWizard system has always been available for Canon and Nikon DSLRs; but today they're announcing that their TTL radio system will be available for Panasonic's mirrorless cameras. The system is highly targeted at photographers who use the GH4, and includes features like HSS (high speed sync) that allow a photographer to shoot at up to 1/8000th, TTL, and can use PocketWizard's HyperSync technology. thephoblographer.com

2016-9-19 03:00

Olympus Bolsters PEN Line And Unveils Pro Glass

Having spent the last couple of years furnishing its OM-D line of compact system cameras with a variety of differently priced options, Olympus has been pretty quiet on the PEN front. Sure, there was the handsome PEN F camera announced back in January, although as the sole recent arrival in the series, its entry-level proposition has essentially been left unchanged. digitalrev.com

2016-10-7 03:00

Google uses neural networks to improve image compression

A research team at Google has developed a way to use neural networks to compress image files in a more efficient way than current methods, such as the JPEG standard. The team built an artificial intelligence system using Google's open source TensorFlow machine learning system, and then used 6 million random reference photos from the internet that had been compressed using conventional methods to train it. dpreview.com

2016-8-25 21:33