Here’s CNET’s introduction to the new Lytro camera. The square LCD screen on the back of the camera might be small, but it’s a touchscreen display that lets you play around with the focus directly in-camera rather than having to connect the device to a computer.
AllThingsD also has a video showing the camera being demoed at their conference last Thursday.
It looks like someone hit the “publish” button too early over at CNET Asia, accidentally spilling the beans on the upcoming Canon PowerShot G12. The 10-megapixel camera’s main selling points seem to be features that are also included in the PowerShot cameras announced today by Canon: 1080p 720p HD video recording and a special High Dynamic Range (HDR) scene mode that snaps three bracketed photos for you and combines them into a single photo. Read more…
You will not post content or take any action on Facebook that infringes or violates someone else’s rights or otherwise violates the law.
Not so fun for Facebookers eager to boast their resemblance to Brad Pitt or Big Bird this week, but good news for the photogs and content creators the ToS and copyright law protect. However, Facebook’s spokesperson told CNET that user-posted content is only kept in check by copyright holders, who haven’t made any removal requests yet:
“Users are responsible for the content they post, but as always, Facebook will respond to requests for removal that it receives from copyright holders,” spokeswoman Brandee Barker said in an e-mail to CNET. “In this case, we have received no such requests.”