The pro-level Fujifilm Finepix S5 Pro was announced back in September, in time for Photokina, but Fujifilm has just announced pricing for the camera. The S5 Pro will be available in February 2007 for a retail price of $1999.
With Thanksgiving and Black Friday past, we're now in the home stretch to Christmas. I'm sure a lot of people were on the prowl for good digital camera deals. In case you didn't find one that you're looking for, here's our list of the most popular digital cameras that DigitalCameraReview.com readers are checking out.
One of the things on our holiday "to-do" list is to send out holiday greeting cards. The online photo services that are out there have great prices and features to make the whole process very easy. Also, you can order your cards any time of the day, in your underwear, and keep the holiday stress level as low as possible by staying out of the stores.
eStarling, Inc. has announced the WiFi-enabled eStarling digital photo frame. The frame has a 7" LCD for viewing images and can update itself automatically from RSS feeds of popular photo-sharing websites. In addition to updating itself, it can also be used to upload new pictures to the online services.
We've managed to compile our holiday buying guide for the 2006 holiday season. Inside, you can find some quick buying tips and things to look for when you hit the sales. Also, we have classified our digital camera picks by price category and by camera classification.
Here are our first impressions on the Nikon Coolpix L6. The L6 is one of the latest models in the Coolpix L line. It features 6 megapixel resolution, a 2.5 inch LCD, a 3x optical zoom, and can take 1000 shots on lithium AA batteries. Read on for our impressions and keep an eye out for our full review, coming soon.
The entry level, compact 6.1 megapixel Nikon D40 digital SLR has been officially announced by Nikon. The D40 attempts to convince people that digital SLRs don't have to be intimidating or expensive, with many user-friendly features and a price (with 18-55mm lens) of $599.
As a preface to our full review of the Olympus Stylus 750, here are our first thoughts about the camera. The weatherproof Stylus 750 shoots at 7.1 megapixels, has a 5x optical zoom and a 2.5 inch LCD.
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