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Daily deal - Canon 7 Megapixel digital camera for $89.99

Daily deal - Canon 7 Megapixel digital camera for $89.99 Dec 24th, 2008 at 10:30AM: You'd better not still be in the middle of your Christmas shopping! If you are, then I suggest getting dressed and braving the crowds of fellow procrastinators. My daily deal for today is for the Canon PowerShot A470 digital camera. This 7.1 Megapixel camera features a 3.4x optical zoom, and runs off regular AA batteries. The A470 is a pretty basic camera, and you won't find any of the more...

Daily Deal - Flip Ultra 60 minute digital camcorder (pink) for $124

Daily Deal - Flip Ultra 60 minute digital camcorder (pink) for $124 Sep 16th, 2008 at 12:30PM: My daily deal for today is for the Flip Ultra 60 minute digital camcorder. This pocket video camera has an internal memory card, with enough storage for 60 minutes of your antics. The camera features a nifty pop-out USB connector, so you do not need to carry any cables. The camera starts up in about 3 seconds, and is instantly ready to record. Thanks to its AA batteries, you do not have to worry...

Gadling Take FIVE - August 9--August 15

Gadling Take FIVE - August 9--August 15 Aug 16th, 2008 at 8:00AM: Yesterday afternoon I was on a WiFi quest with no luck, so here's the Take FIVE a day later. While I was on my WiFi quest with no luck, Gadling welcomed a new blogger. Meg Massie has an interesting way to get around the world. Her husband is a professional bridge player. Meg travels for other reasons too. Bridge is just one of them. Along with the welcome addition of Meg, there have been a mix...

Digital Foci's Photo Safe II keeps your photos out of harm's way

Digital Foci's Photo Safe II keeps your photos out of harm's way Jul 21st, 2008 at 8:30PM: Raise your hand if you ever returned home from a trip only to discover that disaster struck, and you can no longer access the digital photos you made on your storage card. It's horrible, and sadly I speak from experience. Nowadays when I travel, I'll offload photos onto my laptop several times a day, and I'll even make backups of the backup on a CD or DVD or upload them to my photo hosting site if...

Talking travel with Shutterfly's resident photographer

Talking travel with Shutterfly's resident photographer Jul 1st, 2008 at 9:00AM: Dane Howard is the photography portal Shutterfly's resident photographer and author of The Future of Memories, a book about sharing photos in the digital age. He's here today to talk about some secrets of the trade--and to give us the scoop on today's launch of Shutterfly's new travel site. What photography equipment do you take on your travels? When I have a targeted 2-hour segment of shooting, I...

Spring photography roundup

Spring photography roundup Apr 9th, 2008 at 8:20AM: Travel photography enthusiasts will be pleased to hear about the flurry of recent product launches and news floating around the web. Perhaps everything was timed to the warm weather and extra daylight of Spring? Those tricky camera manufacturers - how diabolical. Anyway, here's a quick rundown of some of the more interesting news. Panasonic's Lumix DMC-LZ10 Engadget has the scoop on Panasonic's...

How to take Better Cell Phone Photographs by National Geographic

How to take Better Cell Phone Photographs by National Geographic Aug 13th, 2007 at 12:00PM: It was only a matter of time before camera phones warranted their own photography books. First generation camera phones produced horrific photos but improvements have come rapidly and now it's actually quite difficult to tell the difference between a photograph taken by a regular camera and one shot by a cell phone. Almost. Cell phone cameras still need a little extra help to produce a quality...

Sanyo's New Waterproof Xacti E1 Camcorder: Xactly What You Need For Your Summer Getaway?

Sanyo's New Waterproof Xacti E1 Camcorder: Xactly What You Need For Your Summer Getaway? Jun 11th, 2007 at 4:11PM: Capable of capturing digital video and beautiful 6MP photos on land AND underwater, Sanyo's new Xacti E1 is small on looks but big on versatility. Featuring a 5x optical zoom and a 2.5-Inch LCD display, the handheld device is capable of recording full motion video 5 feet underwater for up to 30 minutes. Five feet isn't going to appeal to any divers... but it may appeal to snorkelers, kayakers,...

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