Are you old enough to remember Polaroid Cameras? At one time it was the only way we could get instant photos. Kids today are so spoiled. Well, many of you probably still have the cameras, but finding film for them is tricky. Not anymore. Impossible […]
Film buffs and Marilyn Monroe fans will be thrilled with this little piece of geek goodness. The Marilyn Monroe Pocket Movie Theater is a handheld movie viewer that plays a scene of the blonde bombshell singing from “Diamonds are a Girl’s Best Friend.” Unfortunately, the […]
Digital photography has forever changed the ways photographs are taken and stored, but what do you do with all those pictures taken BD (Before Digital)? The iPICS2GO Negative to iPhone Scanner lets you bring all those old photos, slides, and negatives into the 21st century […]
GeekAlerts has shown you the cool style and designs of the Lomography Cameras in the past, and just a few days ago we should you the LomoKino 35mm Film Movie Camera. Since we always strive for the latest and greatest here, we figured you would […]
At GeekAlerts we like the latest technology from the newest gadgets, but we also enjoy retro designs and nostalgic gizmos. It’s similar to how digital cameras and camcorders are great in many ways, but artistic individuals can get incredible results using good old-fashioned analog film. […]
GeekAlerts showed you the cool La Sardina Western Edition Cameras from Lomography in the past. While those models appealed to fans of steampunk and the Old West, the La Sardina Pattern Editions Cameras will appeal to artistic fans that enjoy color, shapes and standout style […]
Are you the type of person that relishes the opportunity to control your own artistic expression when you get the chance? For all its positives, technology sure has a few major flaws…It doesn’t allow us to take part in the fun. Well, at least one […]
It wasn’t too long ago that digital cameras didn’t exist and we all used film for our photos. Thankfully, after many bad pictures and tons of over exposed rolls of film, we’ve progressed to a much more practical technology. For those of us that that […]
Where do you do your best singing? Zoom, a brand under Samson Technologies and an industry leader in both consumer and professional audio products, is introducing the nationwide release of the Zoom H2n Handy Recorder. This ultra-portable hand held recorder offers over 20 hours of […]
True fans of film have an aversion to digital cameras, but they won’t mind this 100 Film Paper Towel Box. It celebrates film and dispenses paper towels for all of your messes. This 100 Film Paper Towel Box can be mounted on your wall and […]
This baton, inspired by the “TRON: Legacy” movie, is actually a launcher that will fire away a replica of the light cycle vehicle that appears in the very same film.
The Ion Audio company has released a new twin video camera that has a somewhat different design approach than the camcorder model that they released earlier this year.
This waterproof LED flashlight comes with a nice bonus feature; it’s capable of recording video in a 640 x 480 pixel AVI format and store the material onto the built-in 4GB memory.
Remember the super-tiny Muvi Micro DV Cam from last year? Now the same company has released an even smaller model named “Atom”, measuring no more than 4 x 2 x 1.5 cm.
U Record Video Converter is a small and easy to use device that will convert your old video recordings into digital files. Simply hook it up to your VCR or camcorder via the supplied cables, plug the USB into your PC, and you’re set to […]
This new easy to use LED projector comes with an integrated DVD player, built-in stereo speakers and the capability to project an image up to 50 inches large on your wall.
For those of you who enjoyed last year’s Retro Style USB 2.0 Webcam, here’s a tiny LED projector in a similar cool looking old school design that should be right up your alley.
N3501 is the name of this new portable media player from Lovely Star. The travel-friendly PMP is equipped with a 4GB memory and a 3.5-inch TFT LCD screen that is capable of displaying 1600 million colors in a 640 x 480 pixel resolution.
A roll film inspired digital clock for all the photography lovers out there.
This pocket-friendly device, no more than 12.5cm (4.9in.) in length, features a built-in stereo speaker and it is capable of projecting a 50 inches wide image onto your wall.