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Scientists at the Green Bank Observatory in West Virginia have used a transmitter with 'less power than a microwave' to produce the highest resolution images of the moon ever captured from Earth... more

Every year from late June through early October, wildlife photographers flock to Masai Mara National Reserve, an area of preserved savannah wilderness in southwestern Kenya.

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You dont often come across a phone with a retractable portrait camera, but thats one of the signature features of the Tecno Phantom X2 Pro. Is this just a gimmick seeking credibility, or a credible point of contention compared to others?

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An industrious programmer managed to reverse-engineer the original Lytro light field camera firmware and opened it up to allow live streaming, full remote camera control, and custom code execution.

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Smartphone shipments dropped nearly 20% compared to the same time last year, according to International Data Corporation, making it the largest-ever quarterly decline.

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The Power Junkie v2 is a small platform that can connect to and power up to three devices -- including a camera and accessories like a monitor -- via 12V or 8.4V DC output or USB-C that can output a range of voltages up to 20V at 1.1A.

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GuruShots, the "World's Greatest Photo Game," has announced the winners of its "Incredible Sunsets" challenge, which received thousands of entries and over 56.2 million votes. The "Top Photographer" winner of the contest is Xavier Boulenger of France (whose photo is seen above).

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A radar system less powerful than a household microwave has captured the highest-resolution pictures of the Moon ever captured from Earth.

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Canon has designed a pair of RF-mount catadioptric telephoto lenses that it says successfully corrects for field curvature while still being small, lightweight, and have a large aperture: a 300mm f/2.3 and a 400mm f/5.

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Image credit: Racing Force Group. You can see the tiny camera inside the padding of Charles Leclerc's Bell helmet (inside the red square). Racing Force Group, maker of Bell helmets, will expand its Driver's Eye camera to other helmet manufacturers in 2023.

Formula 1 racing has long been at the forefront of automotive technology, with teams spending hundreds of... more

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