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Some iPhone X owners are experiencing camera lens cracks they can't explain
The iPhone X is made of glass, which means it's more likely to crack after accidental drops than aluminum models. In fact, we've seen a large number of test that show that, invariably, the front or back glass panel is basically guaranteed to be damaged ...


A NASA photographer caught the perfect SpaceX launch shot. Then his camera melted
For photographers, the Robert Capa adage “If your photographs aren't good enough, you're not close enough,” is a guiding principle. For NASA photographer Bill Ingalls, it can be updated to, “Even if your photos are good enough, and you're photographing ...
This Is What Happens When Your Camera Gets Too Close to a Space LaunchScienceAlert
This NASA Camera Melted During a SpaceX Rocket Launch, But the Photos Survived!
SpaceX's Falcon 9 destroyed this photographer's camera, but not before it captured an awesome shotBGR
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The Verge

Fujifilm announces new X-T100 mirrorless camera for $599
The Verge
Fujifilm has announced the X-T100, the first model in a new line in the company's excellent but increasingly overwrought X series of mirrorless cameras. This one is a relatively low-priced camera that blends Fujifilm's aesthetic with more conventional, ...
Meet the X-T100: Fujifilm's new entry-level mirrorless cameraTechRadar
Fuji Announces the X-T100 CameraFstoppers

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BlackBerry Key2 teaser video reveals dual-lens camera and a mysterious button
BlackBerry has already confirmed that it's going to be announcing the BlackBerry Key2 on June 7 and now it has revealed a bit more about the phone, with an official teaser video showing off its dual-lens camera. The brief video also shows a dual-LED ...
BlackBerry Key2 teaser video confirms dual camera and new keyboard buttonAndroid Police
BlackBerry KEY2: Company teases new smartphone with iPhone X-style dual-camera and physical keyboardDaily Mail
BlackBerry teaser shows the KEY2 Android phone with dual camerasThe Verge
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This camera could boost the search for alien life
A camera billed as the 'world's most advanced', could give astronomers a powerful tool for spotting worlds around other stars. The device is known as 'Darkness' and was created by an international team of physicists.May.24.2018. Read More ...


Vivo's all-screen phone with a flip-up camera could arrive in June
The all-screen smartphone is an inevitability. The question at this point, really, is who will get there first and how they'll accomplish that feat. I spoke to a LG rep at the G7 launch, who suggested that the notch is going to be fact of life for the ...
Vivo teases a true all-display phone with pop-up camera for June 12thThe Verge
Vivo teases launch of full-screen smartphone with pop-up selfie cameraTechRadar

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New York Post

Time-lapse camera captures glow from Kilauea volcano
New York Post
A Gemini Observatory camera situated above the clouds on Mauna Kea in Hawaii captured the images showing “the glow from an extensive region of fissures,” during the night between Monday and Tuesday, according to a news release from the observatory.

Quad-Cities Online

Ex-Davenport employee pleads innocent to concealing camera
Quad-Cities Online
The hidden camera was positioned to record them in full or partial nudity. Male and female staff members were recorded, as well as images of Mr. DeWitt masturbating. He also was recorded holding the camera in his hands. Deleted images from the hidden ...
Police: Ex-Davenport housing official hid camera in

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Victoria overhauls traffic camera network after WannaCry
The Victorian government has announced an overhaul of the state's road safety cameras after the WannaCry ransomware that claimed hundreds of thousands of victims across 150 countries last year found itself on speed and red-light cameras on state roads ...

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