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Review: Canon PowerShot A630 Digital Camera

The Canon PowerShot is somewhat large for a compact digital camera, but tons of features and an articulating LCD screen make for an incredible digital product!The PowerShot A630 packs an amazing array of useful features and is incredibly simple to operate. Despite the cost, there is plenty to love.

Two features make the Canon PowerShot A630 particularly easy to use and like: an articulating LCD and a glass viewfinder. Neither affects picture quality directly, but they have a lot to do with how you capture your pictures. And they are pretty rare finds in a compact camera.

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Photo Tip: Nikon fixes photo metadata glitch

The Nikon CoolPix S10 6.0 MegaPixel Camera is only one of the uber-cool digital masterpieces from Nikon!Nikon has fixed a problem in software that caused problems with photos that people labeled and ranked using Windows Vista and the Microsoft Photo Info tool.

The camera maker published new codec software on its Web site that lets the Microsoft software understand its cameras’ “raw” images, those taken directly from the image sensor without in-camera processing.

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Canon’s EOS-1D Mark III Professional Camera Released

The Canon EOS-1D Mark III is another hit in Canon's domination of the Digital Camera MarketCanon Inc. unveiled a new digital camera for professional photographers on Thursday in a bid to hold on to its No. 1 position in the camera industry and spur demand for its wide lineup of advanced lenses.

Tokyo-based Canon is said to control almost 50 percent of the global market for digital single-lens reflex (DSLR), high-end models with interchangeable lenses, which have higher profit margins and more stable prices than simpler compact models.

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Attention DeadBeats: This Is The Perfect Mothers Day Gift

Last year, you sent a card three days late. Do Better in 2007: Get Mom the Mustek PF-D800 8-inch 8-in-1 Digital Photo Frame! Make no mistake about it. You MUST HAVE this Mustek PF Series frame! It’s a moving testimony to all those incredible memories you’ve stored.

The Mustek PF-D800 8-inch digital photo frame displays hundreds of JPEG photos stored on SD, MMC, Memory Stick and other popular memory card formats- all with out a PC, a printer or Internet access. Not only do the frames allow digital photographers to proudly showcase their photos, but you can serenade the viewers with mp3 files playing in the background and playback movie clips. Operation could not be simpler.

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The Canon Digital Rebel Earns Mainstream Applause

For years free spirited rebellious types avoided the mainstream craze of digital photography. Much prefering to stick with their SLR 35mm film cameras, these mavericks were none the less known for taking better pictures on the whole than their upstart digital cousins. Fast forward a few years to the Canon EOS Digital Rebel XTI, and things are changing.

The Canon EOS Digital Rebel XTi offers an unbeatable combination of performance, ease-of-use and value. It has a newly designed 10.1 MP Canon CMOS sensor plus a host of new features including a 2.5-inch LCD monitor, the exclusive EOS Integrated Cleaning System featuring a Self Cleaning Sensor and Canon’s Picture Style technology, all in a lightweight, ergonomic body. The Digital Rebel XTi is proof positive that Canon continues to lead the way with their phenomenal digital SLRs.

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PowerShot A530/A540 Safety Notice Issued

canon_logo.gifAttention Canon Powershot A530 and A540 Owners: You may have a camera which is noted to ‘heat up’ – check this release from Canon for important information.

Safety Notice: PowerShot A530/A540 Overheats

To Customers Who Use the PowerShot A530 / PowerShot A540 Digital Camera:

Thank you for using Canon products.

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Photography Hints – Motion Photography

piano-in-motion.jpgMo-tion [moh-shuh n] – The motion or process of moving or changing place or position.
Pho-tog-ra-phy [fur-tog-ruh-fee] – The process or art of producing images of objects or sensitized surfaces by the chemical motion of light or of other forms of radiant energy, as x-rays, gamma rays, or cosmic rays.

Motion photography is the field of photography in which photos are taken of objects or subjects in motion or with the photographer in motion. This type of photography

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Tips for Using Point-and-Shoot Cameras

kodak-c433.jpgPoint-and-Shoot cameras not just for kids and novices any more. You can take quality photos with a Point-and-Shoot camera that can make you look like an expert photographer. Even though SLRs have more features, ask any professional photographers and they all own a point-and-shoot camera.

There are a few key aspects of photography with a point-and-shoot you must keep in mind.

First, let’s understand what photography is. The definition of photography

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Tech Update: Backlight Photography Tips from Kodak

Light ReflectorsDid you ever try to take a picture of someone where the backlight is so bright that it casts your subject into a big shadow?

When you can’t move your subject out of the light or away from it, use it to your advantage, especially in the early morning or late afternoon, the sun is low in the sky and it’s warm light can illuminate your subject and create a ‘healthy glow.’ Kodak’s Nancy Carr has a couple other tips for making great backlight photos.

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How to Choose The Right Type of Camera?

Choosing the right camera can be an extremely difficult task. There are Point and Shoot Cameraliterally hundreds of cameras to choose from and you don’t want to make the wrong choice.

The most important decision that you will need to make is which type of camera you will purchase. There are two types of digital cameras being produced. You have a choice between a point-and-shoot camera and a single-lens reflex (SLR) camera. Both types of cameras have advantages and disadvantages.

Your choice in what type of camera will be determined by what type of photography you want to do and your budget.

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