How to Shoot Underwater Photos Using a Vintage Film Camera

Just because that awesomely-retro film camera you bought on eBay or at the junk shop uses film that's no longer in production (case in point: 126 film) doesn't mean you can't get any photos out of it. Through-the-viewfinder photography can be pretty effective when done well, by pointing a digital camera's lens through… » 4/25/11 8:00am 4/25/11 8:00am

Kindle Goes All Old-Fashioned, With Periscope Booklight Case

Maybe I'm wrong, but a big part of the goodness of the Kindle » 11/10/08 7:21am 11/10/08 7:21am e-reader is it's easy-to-carryness, and its whizzy digital modernity: That's where this Periscope Lighted Folio for Kindle gizmo has me confused. Because at one stroke it seems to take the Kindle soaring back 20 years, with a faux-leather case with…

SeeEye2Eye Webcam Eye-Contact Gadget Hands-On

The idea of the SeeEye2Eye is sound. Who wouldn't want to be able to look someone in the eye instead of looking down when you're in a Skype or iChat conference? Although the SeeEye2Eye teleprompter/periscope does work the way it's intended—letting you look directly at the webcam instead of at the screen when you're… » 1/24/07 1:30pm 1/24/07 1:30pm