YouTube has recently addedÂ â€œDownload this Videoâ€ links so several of its videos, primarily those that are political in nature, which allows you to download the videos onto your computer and watch them later. Long-term the download option is expected to be rolled out onto other videos as well, but for right now itâ€™s pretty limited. So what do you do if you want to download a YouTube video thatâ€™s NOT currently available for download? Hereâ€™s some ways to get the job done:
Archive for January, 2009
Panasonic’s new waterproof digital camera has been accidentally revealed (or maybe not so accidentally) by a Web site in France. The Panasonic Lumix DMC-FT1 can take pictures at a 12 megapixel resolution as well as record 720p high-definition video in the AVCHD format. The camera saves both pictures and video onto AVCHD cards, and can supposedly handle a drop from 5 feet or being submerged in up to three meters of water.
Samsung has announced the HZ10W (how do they think of these romantic names?) which is a pocket-sized (depends on the pocket) 10.2 megapixels digital camera that boasts a 10x zoom lens that starts at a wider-than-usual 24mm if youÂ can think in 35mm film terms. Some of us would be happier without the zoom and just have the wide lens. If it had a rangefinder I would marry it.
A new law is being suggested in the United States that if a camera on a cell phone takes a shot it must make an audible noise.
Note the camera has a Web browser as well but that would have made the headline too long.
Sony, a company that is currently going through a worrying period, has announced the first Wi-Fi digital camera with a Web browser.
They say you can be neither too rich or too slim. Missed out on both.
But the new Casio Exilim, which comes eight years after that emaciated camera’sÂ first model, is very slim AND is very rich in megapixels.
First know that the copy you make of a DVD or indeed a CD, is fragile compared to a company recorded disk. Never, ever think of it as a way of permanently storing information. It is not.
Kodak Easyshare M863 is for people who just want to take pictures. They would prefer them to be better pictures. Pictures with good color. Pictures which they will be proud to show. But they do not want to mess around with a lot of technical gubbins. Point the damn thing, press the button and another moment with the family is recorded for posterity.
Panasonic is showing off three new point-and shoot cameras, the DMC-FS15, DMC-FS7, and DMC-LS85. All three cameras will have price tags under $200, and are designed to cater toward consumers who want a nice camera but donâ€™t have a substantial amount of money to spend on one.