Archive for March, 2013

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It used to be that all that mattered in cameraphone specs was the resolution.

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Rain drops are just amazing; already we have posted few amazing photographs of rain drops and we got good response for that and each and every visitor of our site enjoyed lot by seeing it. It was quite romantic and just tantalizing.

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SECTOR STUDY: As smartphones erode sales of basic point-and-shoot cameras, the industry is looking to the fuss-free and affordable mirrorless interchangeable-lens camera for growth. (Interesting view of the camera market, things are changing.

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TweetCanon is looking to jump on the “smaller is better” trend coming to the realization that many people do not one to tote around a large DSLR, but don’t want to be left with nothing but their iPhone to snap…

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When it comes to photography, the best shots are always available amidst nature. And by ‘nature’, we do not mean the pine trees in our backyards.

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capable of shooting both videos and stills, the digital camera self-generates energy for a full charge using built-in solar panels.

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We think that including NFC technology in the Panasonic TZ40 is a move that will help to make more photographers recognise the benefit of having a Wi-Fi-enabled camera. Fingers crossed that Apple puts an NFC chip in its …

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