I spent some time at the PhotoPlus Expo last week in New York City checking out the wares of some of the 200+ exhibitors. Read on for some quick notes and highlights about some of the things that left their impression on me.
At this year's PhotoPlus Expo, Lowepro came prepared to satisfy the wishes of the professional photographer. Joining two smaller models, they added a new Slingshot 300 AW sling backpack to accomodate larger professional camera bodies with an attached long zoom lens.
In time for the PhotoPlus Expo, going on now in New York City, ACDSee systems has released an update to their professional-oriented ACDSee Pro Photo Manager software. The update, free to registered users of ACDSee Pro, adds RAW support for 30 digital camera models.
Are you getting started on holiday shopping now that one more holiday is out of the way? This list of cameras shows you what visitors of DigitalCameraReview.com are looking at most often.
If you're interested in testing a combination WiFi (802.11b/g) card / memory card with your digital camera, check out the Eye-Film Beta testing program. Read on for more details.
Just in time for the latest James Bond film (Casino Royale), Sony has announced several "007" branded products, including a limited edition Cyber-shot DSC-T50. You can buy a bundle that includes a notebook or micro PC, camera, and Micro-Vault USB drive or purchase the camera separately. Read on for details.
The Fujifilm Finepix S6000fd is Fujifilm's first camera with their new facial detection system. The 6.3 megapixel camera is loosely based on the previous S5200 model and includes a 10.7x optical zoom lens and 2.5 inch LCD. Until we publish a full review (coming soon), here are our first impressions.
DigitalCameraInfo has published an article that compares the optical image stabilization systems of five point and shoot digital cameras. They compare the Nikon Coolpix P3, Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX50, Pentax Optio A10, Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T30, and Canon Powershot SD700 IS.
There are quite a few compact/ultra-compact digital cameras that claim to be genuine photographic tools, but very few that really offer users anything near the level of creative control that most serious photographers demand. The Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX2 (with one glaring exception) may be the exception to the rule. We'll be publishing our full review of the LX2 very soon.
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