Ever want to just throw your camera in the air to take those weird moments? Well with this Flee Digital Camera you can, and you can do it without any fear of breaking your camera. It’s designed to take photos the moment you throw it, and with its Bluetooth connection it will transmit the photos directly to your cell phone or computer. [Behance]
Home security cameras are getting more common, especially with Linksys. The Linksys Wireless-G Internet Home Monitoring Camera WVC54GC features 802.11g and 10/100 Ethernet connections, and VGA video recorded to a MPEG-4 or Motion JPEG codec. The camera can be limited to local network video streaming or opened up to the internets both publicly or privately. The camera is now available for $120.
The Hawking HNC290G is the first network camera which features automatic router configuration and web address (URL) setup for easy remote viewing over the web. HNC290G Wi-Fi camera allows you to view wirelessly exactly what’s going on your property anytime and anywhere. It supports 802.11b/g as well as 10/100 Ethernet. Other features include UPnP, which allows auto-discovery from PCs, and URL configuration, which lets you access the configuration page from any computer on the network. The price is $129.99.
Hawking via DigitalCameras@TechFresh.
This is the world’s smallest color wireless camera which is available to the consumer market. It measures 1 inch x 1/2 inch and works up to 10 hours on a single 9 Volt battery. The camera wirelessly transmits full color video up to 1,000 foot range in the line-of-sight directly to TV Channel 59. The price is $259.99 each and available at Amazon. Via Ohgizmo.