Camera Wholesalers — crisp images
No, we're not talking about a camera specifically for the paparazzi but about the Canon 60Da, the long-awaited successor to the EOS 20Da that is optimized for astrophotography. This DSLR caters to astronomers and hobbyists who enjoy capturing the beauty of the night sky by offering a modified infrared filter and a low-noise sensor with heightened hydrogen-alpha sensitivity. These modifications allow the camera to capture magnificent photographs of “red hydrogen emission” nebulae and other cosmic phenomena.The Canon EOS 60Da camera packs a powerful 18-megapixel CMOS sensor (APS-C) that produces sharp and high-contrast images of astronomical objects, a major enhancement over the EOS 20Da model’s...
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As the end of summer 2010 comes upon us, it also brings to us a week of new camera introductions for availability this fall. The first salvos have come from Nikon, which today unveiled a 2nd generation Coolpix with a built in projector & really cool new features and a inexpensive point and shoot camera with 720P HD video & VR for under $180! Here's the scoop from Nikon's press release: On the heels of its ground-breaking predecessor, the new COOLPIX S1100pj takes advanced technology a step further with a 40 percent brighter, 14-lumen internal projector complete with a built-in stand and...
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