Camera Wholesalers — breakthrough

Is Now The Time To Get Evil?

Today's New York Times & has an article by Rik Fairlie that is touting the new Micro 4/3 or E.V.I.L. cameras that according to Fairlie  "are redefining the middle ground of digital photography". We've been spreading the word about these breakthrough cameras since their release last fall, but with the introduction of Olympus' newest PEN camera (the EP-L1) & Panasonic's upcoming G2, and the ability to buy one these cameras now for under $600, the time to do more than consider these cameras is NOW! A perfect time to check out these cameras will be on May 1st, when we'll have our...

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ISO? Isn't That for Film (What's That #2)

Almost every week in our digital camera mini-classes,  I get to a part of the class where everyone universally has a quizzical look on their faces, as if to say, "why did they do that?" And that's when I get to the portion of the use of ISO speeds on digital cameras. The letters ISO (or ASA for old-timers) on your digital camera settings refer to the equivalent of film speed on a older film based camera. ISO settings  determines how sensitive the image sensor is to light, so the camera manufacturers have transferred the principle to digital cameras (At this point, our students take a collective sigh...

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A New Landmark Camera? We'll Know on Wednesday!

This Wednesday in New York & other cities worldwide, Olympus will unveil their new, possibly pocketsized DSLR camera using the Micro 4/3 sensor system that they claim will be an "ultra-compact interchangeable lens type digital camera system unlike anything seen before". Based on the little solid news we've unearthed on this camera, (The PR folks at Olympus have done a superb job of keeping it under wraps...literally!) this one will be an exciting breakthrough & we will update you as soon as we know more ... probably on Wednesday morning!  As to what can be currently said about this camera, click onto Olympus' official webpage that...

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