Daniel has been a photographer for 20 years. He was in Los Angeles for 4 years shooting for MGM's Home Video division
Despite its limitations of sharing footage between recording methods, the Hitachi Hybrid is a decent solution for those looking to make in-camera DVD dubs
The Casio S880 is the latest camera in the EXILIM Card series of Credit-Card size model cameras
Sony releases their first DSLR based on the old Minolta camera line
Casio is thinking Pink this month by offering a special Pink EX-Z75 digital camera bundle
The Sigma 17-70mm DC Macro Lens is a near pro quality consumer lens with great sharpness and a nice Macro capabilities
The Tamron 18-250mm DI II lens is the ultimate do-it-all lens with the largest zoom range of any lens that doesn’t suffer from problems
Finally a 4GB SD card to hold all your super high resolution pictures but beware it uses the new SDHC standard and is only compatible with newer cameras
Casio was the first to come out with the compact 10MP camera and now they have revamped it to be even more compact and inexpensive.
Casio Exilim EX-V7, finally a combination of a fast compact camera, a 7x long zoom, and ability for manual control
I recently attended the Photoshop CS2 Photographers Tour at New Yorks Jacob K. Javits Convention Center. I have been a photographer for a number of years and a member of the National Association of Photoshop Professional for two years
Kodak v570 is a 5 Mega Pixel Digital Camera with Dual Lens which can Click Images as Large as 2576x 1932 pixels
Samsung's SC-D453 is a small, lightweight, easy to use camcorder that's cheap. With image quality that's fair to decent, you get what you pay for. But if you're looking for more, this may not be the camera for you.
At last! The small, light weight, large screen, 3X Optical Zoom, 6 megapixel digital camera is here. It is the Nikon Coolpix S6
Olympus' gorgeous 8.0-megapixel S800 knocks one out of the park with style...so is it for you?
Casios EX-P505 doubles as both digital camera and camcorder so how did it measure up for consumers?
A camera to take with you everywhere without weighing you down.
To celebrate the release of their two new digital cameras Samsung had a small event at their posh NYC pad. Held on the third floor of the Time Warner Center...
The Stylus Verve combines a 4.0-megapixel CCD image sensor with Olympus exclusive image processor, TruePic TURBO¢, which significantly enhances image quality and delivers faster overall processing speeds for rapid startup, shutter release and playback.
Software Companies Rally to Deliver Support for New Universal Format