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How Digital Cameras Work

November 4, 2011 | 0 Comments
How Digital Cameras Work

A digital camera focuses light through a lens onto a sensor, that records images electronically. This electronic information is then converted into binary digital data, and stored on a fixed or a removable device for being read by a computer. Below is a more outlined way of understanding how digital cameras work. 1. The CCD […]

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Dont Skimp On Digital Camera Accessories

October 22, 2011 | 0 Comments
Dont Skimp On Digital Camera Accessories

A digital camera is nothing without all the other accessories that allows it to perform superbly. The memory card is the most important addition you can make to a digital camera, but a soft camera case is also very handy to have around as it will protect your camera from damage. 1. Camera Cases A […]

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Editing Software For Digital Cameras

October 22, 2011 | 0 Comments
Editing Software For Digital Cameras

Digital cameras usually come with with editing software. They provide basic editing tools including a red-eye reduction and cropping. Some have instant fix tools that are intended to correct color and lighting, but they can damage your photos with irreversible correction where you have not saved a RAW file to return to if need be. […]

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Our PowerShot ELPH 310 HS Review

October 18, 2011 | 0 Comments
Our PowerShot ELPH 310 HS Review

Canon’s Digital ELPHs have been popular among the masses for years, and their new models are no exception. Our latest review is of their ELPH 310 HS, which is an ultra-compact with 12-megapixels (HS CMOS sensor), a DIGIC 4 processor, and a versatile 8x optical zoom lens. This is yet another model with Canon’s newer HS […]

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5 Materials And Technologies That Just Might Eliminate Digital Camera Shutter Delay

September 26, 2011 | 0 Comments
5 Materials And Technologies That Just Might Eliminate Digital Camera Shutter Delay

Bob pushed the shutter release button and…NOTHING HAPPENED. The football passed into his son’s hands and the actual photo he took was one of a cheerleader’s pom-pom. Bob missed the touchdown too. He resisted an insane urge to slam the camera to the ground and jump on it. This was his first digital camera, and […]

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