Over the past few years we’ve seen the price of digital SLR’s drop little by little, now putting them well within the reach of many average consumers. The Olympus E-450 is a new Micro Four Thirds camera that gives users not only camera body, but also two interchangeable lenses for under $700.
Archive for March, 2009
Chances are by now you’ve seen a Flip Mini video camera at least once or twice. The compact cameras are designed primarily to shoot video for the Web, offer easy video uploads, and low prices for consumers. Now a Japanese company has taken the concept a step further with the Amadana SAL, which not only shoots videos, but also allows you to share them with other Amadana SAL cameras without using a computer.
Canon is showing off a new addition to its Rebel line of digital SLRs: the Rebel T1i (EOS 500D). The DSLR takes pictures at a 15.1-megapixel resolution, and allows users to record 1080p high-definition video as well.
Wedding photography can be pretty tricky, and if everything doesn’t go perfectly you’re likely to have an angry bride headed your way. If you’re new to wedding photography, here are a few tips to make sure everything goes perfectly on the big day.
Every parent wants to have good pictures of their children, and taking pictures of children may be one of the toughest things out there to do. Here are some tips for child photography to make your pictures look their best every time you snap a shot.
Toshiba is showing off a new compact HD camcorder that is sure to bring more than a few interested customers to the company. The camcorder, which is capable of taking 5-mgapixel pictures as well as shooting 1080p video, will have a final price tag of less than $200.
Pretec has unveiled the first SDXC memory cards. The Secure Digital Extended Capacity cards were originally announced in January, and are now available for purchase. Currently the cards are available in a capacity of 32GB, however the company has plans to release cards with storage capacities up to 2TB (2048GB).
It’s getting to be that time of year again, when everyone heads to the beach. If you’re going to be taking your digital camera with you on your seaside adventures this year, here are some tips on how to take the best pictures possible.
This past week at PMA General Imaging, a division of General Electric released nine new cameras. Didn’t know General Electric made cameras? The company has only been in the business for a year now, so these nine are its second attempt at breaking into the digital imaging market. The company announced a few cameras that are well worth a look. Here’s a rundown of some of the highlights of GE’s 2009 camera lineup: