The Sony Alpha 3000 and NEX-5TL/B can transfer images via NFC and WiFi.
Fujifilm showed off its old-school Instax Mini 8 and the powerful new X100S and X20 cameras today at CES.
When you’re skiing down a mountain, you can actually share the viewing experience with your friends these days by attaching a high-definition wireless camera to your goggles. One of the companies making that possible is Ambarella, a camera chip maker that is announcing a new wireless camera developer kit today to make it easier to create a new generation of these sports cameras.
Photography lovers will surely be delighted to hear the mission of the new startup Lytro. The company, which made itself known Tuesday, said it will to bring a new kind of camera to the consumer market and that its launch later this year will be “the start of a picture revolution.”
Ambarella, a maker of chips that power the coolest video cameras, filed its registration papers to go public today.