Tag: panasonic

Panasonic built this camera rig comprised of 4 16:9 HD cameras that uses software to automatically align each camera’s image edge with the next camera’s. While it wouldn’t make much sense now to view anything at 64:9, the practical implication here is that one could essentially film a super-wide shot of any event and zoom […]


How does stuff like this slip out from the factory? Am I just so disconnected from the budget-camera-purchasing demographic that I am failing to see the appeal of these 10 custom designs? Don’t worry though, because if you really like this camera, it still does come in black and white.


WIRED just wrote about the new Panasonic LDAHV4L27CG LED light bulb which has won a Good Design Award for 2011. The bulb boasts an astonishing 40-year lifespan with much lower power consumption rates than a traditional filament tungsten bulb. Plus, it looks like it takes the same socket as a tungsten bulb which is nice […]


One word: AWESOME. The wide range of options available for the LUMIX DMC-GH1 let users customise and personalise their camera. An option for photo shooting lets the DMC-GH1 reproduce a square image with a 1:1 aspect ratio in addition to the 4:3, 3:2 and 16:9 multi-aspect ratios. Nothing more needs to be said about this […]

sketching needs

Photo: sketching needs by yodraws on Flickr This is seriously the best electric pencil sharpener ever made. I remember using this all throughout my childhood to sharpen pencils and colored pencils and maybe at least one pen. If Panasonic still made these, I’d buy one right away.