Sega Digio SJ-1: The 1996 Sega LCD Digital Camera

[piano-laden jazz music] Greetings and welcome to an LGR camera thing! And this time around we’ve got a delightful little oddity from Sega. Yes, that ♪ Sega! ♫ Back in the mid-90s, they were experimenting with all kinds of hardware beyond games, and 1996 saw the release of the Digio SJ-1, Sega’s first and only Read more…

How to Use a Olympus XA 35mm Pocket Film Camera

Hi, I’m Jon and this is Prime Studios photography. In this video I’m going to show you how to use the Olympus XA 35mm film camera. This is easily my all-time favorite camera. It’s combination of small size, useful features, whisper quiet shutter, and sharp lens make it a wonderful camera to have with you Read more…

The Best Point & Shoot Film Camera?!?! The Contax T3 – 2019 Overview

CORRECTION: The top shutter speed is actually 1/1200. Thanks to Robert K for pointing that out!

Small Camera Setup with a BIG Cinematic Punch

Sony RX100 VII Camera Unboxing – Best Vlogging Camera of 2019!

Hello, guys, I’m Amit and welcome back to our PhoneRadar’s new video and guys, we have here Sony’s latest RX100 series VII series product, meaning this is Sony’s latest vlogging camera, which I’ve ordered on Amazon, in fact, I got here a special discount too as you can see the pricing on the box is Read more…

Best Camera for YouTube Videos? DSLR vs Camcorder vs Point and Shoot vs Webcam!

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…

Your camera is better than Ansel’s

What is up everybody welcome back I have a topic that I want to bring up for discussion today that Deals with a quote that I heard a few months ago And I thought it was really interesting basically the quote was this every famous photograph ever made was done with equipment That wasn’t as 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…