Camera Wholesalers — canon 7d

Our New Class - HD Video for DSLR's on February 24th!

If you bought or recieved a DSLR over the holidays, you most likely got a model that included the ability of capturing high-definition video. Cool! But what do I do with it? Can I upload it and share with others right away? Is it just pushing a button & recording? And why is the video I've taken out of focus & jumpy? These are questions you may encountered if you started using the HD video features on cameras like the Nikon D3100/D7000, the Canon 7D/60D or Rebel T series or the Olympus PEN's. Even newer point & shoot digital cameras have...

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All cards are NOT the same!

The technological advances in digital devices in the last couple of years have been nothing short of staggering. New cellphones are capable of (slowly) taking 8 megapixel photos and point & shoot digital cameras have added burst modes, sweep panoramic capabilities and the ability to shoot HD video. DSLR's like the Canon 7D can shoot up to 8 frames a second along with HD. Fortunately, memory card manufacturers have kept up with the camera Joneses by reformulating their cards to keep up with these new innovations. But it'll help you to know that all memory cards are NOT the same! We've...

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Firmware? Isn't that for toning my abs?

As one scans thru photo websites and blogs, you'll find that a firmware upgrade will be offered for a just released camera. And you may ask yourself  "Hey, what exactly is firmware and would I ever need an upgrade?" Seeing that 2 upgrades were offered up for major cameras within the last week, it's time to discuss this a bit... According to Wikipedia, " firmware is a term often used to denote the fixed, usually rather small, programs and data structures that internally control various electronic devices. Complex consumer devices, such as mobile phones, digital cameras, synthesizers, etc., contain firmware to...

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