DSLR Stories April 20, 2015

9to5Toys Last Call: Kindle Fire HD 7 $79, Seagate hard drives from $118, Canon T3i DSLR (refurb) $336, more

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Today’s can’t miss deals:

Amazon Gold Box – Kindle Fire HD 7 Tablet from $79 shipped (Reg. $139)

Seagate 5TB USB 3.0 Desktop Hard Drives from $118 shipped

Canon EOS Rebel T3i DSLR (refurb) w/ 18-55mm Lens Kit $336 shipped (Orig. $599), more

Headphones: Audio-Technica QuietPoint over-ears $100 (Reg. $150+), Sennheiser HD 202 on-ears $15 (Reg. $24), more

Daily Deals: DJI Quadcopter w/ GoPro mount $305, PNY 64GB microSDXC $25, iPad Air 2 Wi-Fi 128GB $590, more

Review: Moleskine’s new myCloud Smallpack offers plentiful storage in a tidy design, $150 giveaway

More new gear from today:

Huge Innori 22400mAh 3 Port USB Battery Pack $35 Shipped (Orig. $70)

More deals still alive:

Garmin nüvi 7-Inch GPS w/ Lifetime Maps (Cert Refurbished) $110 (Reg. $130)

New products & more:

Are Verizon’s new FiOS bundle plans the answer to ala carte programming?

DSLR Stories April 18, 2014

HTC’s future imaging plans revolve around the selfie market and optical zoom coming to smartphones, according to the company’s camera expert Symon Whitehorn. In an interview with Vodaphone (via Android Central), Whitehorn made various points, including his thoughts on 4K in smartphones, future applications of optical zoom, and the importance of the front-facing camera in the company’s attempt to clench the “selfie market.” expand full story

DSLR Stories February 18, 2013

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As noted by Android Central, Google’s Senior Vice President of Engineering Vic Gundotra yesterday made some comments about the quality of cameras in upcoming Nexus devices. While Google’s Nexus lineup has never been known for having the best cameras, Vic promised in the comments of a photography-related Google+ post that Google is committed to making improvements to the cameras in future Nexus phones.

Gundotra’s original post questioned if he should bring his DSLR in addition to his Android phone and Google Glass on an upcoming vacation. When asked by a commenter whether a future Nexus could replace a DSLR, Gundotra responded:

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