Toyota Genuine Dash Camera

Toyota developed an easy-to-use dash camera that will record your driving experience As well as any incidents that may occur while your vehicle is parked without any concern about driver distraction The Toyota genuine dash camera is safely secured to the vehicle’s windshield and is wired directly into its electrical system So there are no Read more…

KODAK PIXPRO ORBIT360 4K VR Camera Feature Video

Hi, my name is Christine, we’re here at the KODAK PIXPRO headquarters and I’m gonna to be talking to you about the latest in our lineup of KODAK PIXPRO Cameras. Welcome to the world of 360 interactive video that is taking content to new heights. Here at KODAK PIXPRO, we’re dedicated to bringing new and Read more…

Nick Click: The 90s Nickelodeon Digital Camera Experience

Greetings and welcome to an LGR camera thing! This time it’s the Nickelodeon Nick Click, a digital camera costing $70 when it launched in the fall of 1999. Now, I’ve covered several digital cameras from the 90s on LGR already, many of which were sold as being highly affordable and simple to use. But the Read more…

DBpower N5S 20 MP 4k Action Camera Review with Samples overview best action camera

ou’ll see two pictures here the first one is the N5s and one of the things you’ll notice is the wide field of view because of the lens that’s on it. Here is the Galaxy S8 it’s obvious that the Galaxy S8 again captures more light and shows a warmer picture then the N5S does Read more…

Sony Digital Mavica: 1997 Floppy Disk Camera Experience

Greetings and welcome to an LGR thing! And this thing right here is the Sony Mavica MVC-FD5, released in 1997 at a suggested retail price of $599. This was not only the first of Sony’s FD Mavica line of digital cameras but it was the first digital camera to use 3.5″ diskettes as its storage Read more…

Canon RC-250 Xap Shot: 1988 Video Floppy Disk Camera

Greetings and welcome to an LGR camera thing! And this delightful example is the Canon RC-250 XapShot, released at $800 US dollars in December of 1988, as well as being launched as the RC-251 Ion in Europe and the RC-250 Q-Pic in Japan. And this is what was known as a “Still Video Camera.” Which Read more…

DOOM on a Digital Camera from 1998!

[shotgun blasts] [zombies groaning] – Now that’s what I call a point and shoot camera. [piano playing, PC bootup sounds] Greetings and welcome to an LGR thing involving Doom running on devices that are unusual [laughs]. This is the Kodak Digital Science DC260 ZOOM Camera released around June of 1998 for an asking price of Read more…

Security Camera Guide 2017 – A Complete Guide to Wireless/Wired Cameras

What’s up, guys? It’s Chris Majestic here with Majestechs. I know it’s been a little while since I’ve posted a video. I’m actually getting over the flu and had a whole lot of stuff going on, but a few weeks ago, I reviewed the Arlo Pro cameras and I had a lot of questions related Read more…

Apple QuickTake 100: 1994 Digital Camera Experience

Greetings and welcome to an LGR thing! And this one right here is the Apple QuickTake 100 digital camera, developed in conjunction with Kodak and sold by Apple Computer beginning in February of 1994. And it was initially sold at a price of $749 US Dollars and was the first color fully-digital camera to hit Read more…

Netgear Arlo Pro Review – Best Wireless Security Camera System?

What’s up guys. It’s Chris Majestic here with Majestechs and today we’re going to reviewing the Arlo Pro. so as you know traditional security camera systems require you to run wires throughout your house to wire up the cameras and even the wireless outdoor ones still require you to run power to your house which Read more…