Digital Cameras

SF’s Dolores Park to get security cameras – Mission Local

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Dolores Park will have security cameras likely within the next month, according to park advocacy group Dolores Park Works. It’s the latest in an ongoing effort to make the park safer. Since a shooting there injured three people on Aug. 3, city officials have been cranking up security in the park, as two San Francisco Police Officers now patrol the premises until it closes. Two park rangers also maintain…

Erie County sheriff’s deputies start testing body cameras – Buffalo News

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

For Deputy Mike Sluberski of the Erie County Sheriff’s Office, wearing a body camera on his Kevlar vest is a sign of the times. “Everyone’s got a camera on their phone,” he said Tuesday outside the Rath Building in downtown Buffalo where he patrols. “You’re being recorded regardless.” Sluberski is one of the 12 Erie County deputies who have volunteered to test body-worn cameras as part of a two-month pilot…

This digital camera makes you wind it and insert fake film – The Verge

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

After a decade of silence, the classic camera company Yashica has returned with a new product — one that resembles its analog heritage, even if it doesn’t remotely begin to speak to it. The new product is a digital camera called the Y35 that looks just like Yashica’s old Electro 35 film camera. Except the Y35 has a distinctly modern twist: instead of using film, it uses “digiFilm,” which are…

Police: Florida Airbnb rental recorded guests with hidden cameras – KXAN.com

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

LONGBOAT KEY, Fla. (WFLA) — A vacation rental in Florida had a hidden camera secretly recording guests in the bedroom, according to police. They arrested the homeowner, but now they want to find people who stayed at that unit because there are more victims. Last month, an Indiana man and his wife were staying at a Longboat Key, Fla., condo they found on Airbnb at 623 Cedars Court. During their…

New true crime TV series should reopen debate over cameras in the courtroom – ABA Journal

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Home Daily News New true crime TV series should reopen debate… Posted October 10, 2017, 8:00 am CDT By Adam Banner   Tweet       Shutterstock.com. It’s been almost 30 years since the Menendez brothers returned to their Beverly Hills, California, home and found their parents brutally murdered. The brothers’ call to a 911 operator set in motion a criminal investigation that would eventually lead to their arrest and…

How important are dual cameras to you? [Poll of the Week] – Android Authority (blog)

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

More and more smartphone makers have been including dual-camera setups in their devices, and for good reason. Including an extra camera on the back has its benefits, such as the ability to take more detailed portrait shots, or using the second sensor to create a wide-angle photo. Google Pixel 2 XL vs Samsung Galaxy Note 8: The flagship battle Other manufacturers are proudly embracing the single camera. Google just recently…

10 cameras deals to look out for on Black Friday 2017 – TechRadar

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Buying a new camera is always an exciting moment. Whether you’re simply upgrading or looking for a back-up or alternative option, a new camera can invigorate your photography and inspire you to get out shooting. And, equally importantly, you’ll enjoy new features and the latest technology. With a swathe of exciting camera releases over the summer, and more anticipated, there are undoubtedly going to be some fantastic offers on superseded…

Ill. police chiefs’ group has concerns on body cameras – Bloomington Pantagraph

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

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Smartphone Cameras Peek Around Corners by Analyzing Patterns of Light – IEEE Spectrum

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Magically seeing around corners to spot moving people or objects may not rank first in most people’s superhero daydreams. But MIT researchers have shown how they could someday bestow that superpower upon anyone with a smartphone.

Storm Team 5 debuts Skyview network cameras – WeAreGreenBay.com

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Storm Team 5 always has eyes to the sky, but now there is a new way for you at home to do the same with Storm Team 5’s five new Skyview network cameras across northeast Wisconsin. Over the last few weeks, crews at Local 5 have been working hard placing five new sky cameras across the area. Why? To give us a new view over the horizon.   We’ll be able to see what’s happening…

Don’t let students mug for the cameras – LancasterOnline

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

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No cameras, please: Supreme Court shuns the spotlight – CNNPolitics – CNN

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

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Don’t let students mug for the cameras – LancasterOnline

Monday, October 09, 2017

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Cameras with face detection tech installed – The Hindu – The Hindu

Monday, October 09, 2017

A total of 150 cameras with face detection technology have been installed in T. Nagar to ensure a crime-free Deepavali shopping season, said city Police Commissioner A.K. Viswanathan. Similar security arrangements will be made in Purasawalkam too. He was addressing the media in T. Nagar after inaugurating the facility. He said another 250 cameras have been installed with the help of shopkeepers. All these face the road. Over 1,000 policemen,…

Cameras with face detection tech installed – The Hindu

Sunday, October 08, 2017

A total of 150 cameras with face detection technology have been installed in T. Nagar to ensure a crime-free Deepavali shopping season, said city Police Commissioner A.K. Viswanathan. Similar security arrangements will be made in Purasawalkam too. He was addressing the media in T. Nagar after inaugurating the facility. He said another 250 cameras have been installed with the help of shopkeepers. All these face the road. Over 1,000 policemen,…

Nikon D850 Best DSLR Ever, Gets First Full 100 Score at DxOMark – PetaPixel (blog)

Friday, October 06, 2017

The Nikon D850 was just awarded the first full 100 overall score ever given out to a DSLR by the testing lab DxOMark. The D850 now sits alone in the top spot on the camera leaderboard, with the full-frame mirrorless Sony a7R II sitting at #2 with a score of 98. This is the first time a full-frame backside-illuminated sensor has appeared in a Nikon camera, and it’s a sensor…

Lots of cameras coming to watch over KCK – fox4kc.com

Friday, October 06, 2017

KANSAS CITY, Kan. — The police chief says new technology is going to make the streets safer for people in Wyandotte County. Chief Terry Ziegler says a federal grant will put a lot of cameras watching over KCK’s streets. According to the Chief, $842,000 in federal money will outfit KCK police with body cameras and build a network of real-time street cameras at busy intersections. “The citizens act better because they know they are…

Push on to install license plate recognition cameras on Clark Bridge – KMOV.com

Friday, October 06, 2017

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What 360-Degree Camera Makers Need to Learn From DSLR Manufacturers – Fstoppers

Friday, October 06, 2017

I love 360-degree video. I’ve spent a bit of time with a few different brands on the market. While there are many things I love about the medium, the actual cameras aren’t one of them. I don’t rave about them the way I do about perhaps a Nikon DSLR or Fuji mirrorless. That’s because the manufacturers of these 360-degree cameras aren’t making it easy. Forgetting the Basics I’m not talking…

Providence police begin training with body cameras – Seattle Times

Friday, October 06, 2017

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — Providence police officers have started training to use body cameras while on patrol. The department said officers will train throughout the month of October, and that all their cameras will be fully operational within about three months. All officers serving within the patrol bureau will wear the square, Axon-brand cameras on their uniforms, in the center of their chest. They will be required to activate the…