No matter how sophisticated technologies and gadgets become, our needs more or less stay essentially the same. For instance, when weâ€”mainstream usersâ€”plan to get a camera, we have requirements that are very simple. We want a camera that will last us a long time, one that will let us take picture in high quality, and one that is easy to use. Fortunately, we have the Kodak EASYSHARE M863 Digital Camera. Here we have a digital camera that meets the requirements mentioned above and then some. If you want an easy to use camera, choose this one to capture memories that last a lifetime.
In need of a camera that isnâ€™t as complicated to use as SLRs but nonetheless takes pictures that look just as good? Here is one point-and-shoot that does just that. Direct your attention to the Canon PowerShot SD850 IS Digital ELPH, and see how it lets you shoot like a pro. This will definitely dispel any ideas that point-and-shoots canâ€™t take impressive looking pictures when in fact, these cameras are now more than capable of capturing images in amazingly high resolutions.
Finding a Digital Camera is easy. Finding the right one is much more difficult. If youâ€™ve been shopping for a point and shoot that doesnâ€™t require you to stock up on film, you already know how many choices there are out there. Let me narrow your search just a bit: by introducing you to the Nikon COOLPIX S210 Digital Camera. This 8.0 megapixel super compact digital camera is all youâ€™re going to need and more, whether youâ€™re a veteran digital photography hound or a brand new beginner.
The shift from analog media formats to digital has never been more evident than in the video camcorder industry. Two decades ago, Hollywood filmmakers would have never even thought of using digital cameras in lieu of their traditional film cameras. Indeed, the transition has not been as fast and has even been met with serious […]
Is camera envy getting the best of you? Make the switch then. With the impressive features and powerful lens found in the Canon Powershot SD1000 Digital ELPH, youâ€™ll never be jealous of anyone elseâ€™s camera ever again, and in fact they will be the ones envious of you. This deceivingly simple-looking point-and-shoot camera comes with a host of advance technologies and capabilities that make for truly vivid photos captured at a remarkably high resolution. More Â»
Getting the most out of your digital video camera can mean being able to create some really cool stuff. You just have to step outside the manual a bit and find the cool things you can do with your digital video camera and your editing software.
We have all seen them in a movie or a TV show, those very cool shots where they speed up time and capture a long segment of time and condense it into a very short amount of video. My very favorite example of this technique was an arty movie of many years ago that was called Koyaanisqatsi. In that movie they had some very interesting segments where they did time lapse effects to show driving on a bridge, flowers growing, clouds flying by and so on. Another example is many of the TV news stations nowadays have a camera that captures the dayâ€™s weather and then they process it down to a 20 second clip to show the clouds and weather racing by on screen.
The S5 IS comes with Canon’s DIGIC III image processor and has several settings for taking pictures. From fully automatic to all manual…it’s easy to use, has professional features, and uses AA batteries. Face Detection technology, in-camera Red-eye Correction and 8.0-megapixel resolution help you get sharp faces in your portrait and group photos. The Canon PowerShot S5 IS Digital Camera’s MovieSnap feature enables users to capture high-resolution eight-megapixel still images at any point during the movie. There is a dedicated movie button so you don’t have to go through the menu to make a movie.
The holidays are fast approaching, E-Readers! Are you stumped trying to find the perfect gift? TigerTV host Nikki knows exactly how you feel. Thatâ€™s why she has narrowed down the options out there for you. Hereâ€™s a list of ten items that will fill any gap on your holiday gift list. Sheâ€™s even collected a set for 50 and 100-dollar price ranges, respectively. Weâ€™ll quickly showcase the top five from both categories, and you can check out Nikkiâ€™s Top Ten Deals Under 50 Dollars or Nikkiâ€™s Top Ten Deals Under 100 Dollars videos if you desire a little more selection!
Kodak’s Nancy Carr gives us a great tip for taking incredible pictures of food – you know that stuff we’ll all be eating so much of over the holiday season. Today’s Tech Update with Into Tomorrow’s Dave Graveline serves up this great tip to make your holiday photos even better!
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Dye-sublimation printers are a new technology whose price tag has recently rendered it within the reach of us mere mortals. It harnesses a completely new way of putting ink to print medium–making it one of the best ways to reproduce digital photos since…well, photographs. What is Dye-sublimation, and where can I get one? Read on, […]