Sony has just introduced three new cameras to their Alpha DSLR series. The Alpha DSLR-A230, DSLR-A330 and DSLR-A380 have been styled to appeal to first-time SLR users moving up from digital compacts. From new menu guides to SD/SDHC memory card compatibility, Sony has given the existing Alpha model a real makeover in order to attract a new crowd.
Eye-Fi, a manufacturer of memory cards with wireless photo sharing capability, has announced a new generation of cards that incorporate video file sharing and more storage space. They're also lowering the price on memory cards already in their product lineup.
With HD video and ultra high-res digital stills putting more strain than ever on memory capacity, it's not surprising that the SD Association, the folks who develop specifications for the SD/SDHC memory format, have been working on a forward-looking, high-speed/high-capacity standard.
Macintosh accessory manufacturer NewerTech has announced its latest hard drive solution for dual-platform users. The NewerTech Voyager provides a "docking station" for 2.5 inch or 3.5 inch SATA hard drives up to 2TB.
There's a new Sony touch screen model in town, the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T700. Upgrades are mostly conventional, but 4 GB of internal memory is big news.
If you're heavily invested in SD memory but looking to move into a CF-only camera, a new, affordable adapter from Synchrotech may make your compatibility concerns a thing of the past.
We don't usually go in for the OEM accessory kits, but Fuji's put together an assortment for its FinePix S100FS that looks like a pretty good deal.
It may look like a sign of the apocalypse to many, but it seems that rumors of Fujifilm's move away from the proprietary xD memory format that it's jointly supported for years with Olympus are credible.
Kingston has added the largest card yet available in its Elite Pro line of flash memory today with the introduction of the Kingston 32 GB Elite Pro SDHC card.
Camera bag manufacturer Lowepro has announced two new product lines - including a line of eco-friendly electronics pouches - as well as additions to three of its most popular existing product families.
Eye-Fi has announced new partnerships providing direct-upload access from its Wi-Fi enabled memory cards to both Adobe Photoshop Express and Nikon's my Picturetown.
Some photographers are on a quest for the perfect shot. Others of us would be happy just to find the perfect camera bag.
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