Camera Wholesalers — digital camera features

The NEXT best thing since sliced bread! (The Casio S5)

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We got a great response when we posted the Sony TX-1 last week and most everyone agreed that it's a great camera ( Bought some too, thank you!). Some folks, however asked if there's a camera we recommend that's feature laden AND a little nicer on the wallet. Yes, we do, and it's called the Casio EX-S5... The EX-S5 offers 10 Megapixel Resolution, a 3x optical zoom & a bright 2.7 inch LCD Screen .  The S5's 10 million pixels high resolution quality maximizes clarity so detailed moments are captured the way you envisioned. And 23 Best Shot Modes help the user take high-quality...

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Can You Pass The Popcorn? (#5)

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This week, I was going to cover "Panorama Stitch" in our next installment of  cool new digital camera features but just yesterday, Nikon introduced a new Coolpix digital point & shoot that is so Totally Unique, we just had to tell you about it. Introducing the S1000PJ , the first digital camera with a built in LCD  projector!  (Click the product name for a short video!)  What will they think of next!?! 12.1 megapixels, ISO sensitivity of up to 6400 & a 5 way stabilization system including motion detection that knows when an object is moving and auto adjusts the ISO...

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Say Cheese! (#4)

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This week, our series of articles on cool new digital camera features will cover a curious new technology that might just bring a "smile" to your face! Most new digital cameras have incorporated "face detection" in their focusing systems that would find a face (or series of faces) within a photograph & focus on it anywhere in the picture taking area.  In addition, by automatically detecting faces in a scene, these cameras can automatically adjust focus and lighting settings. Some can even fix red-eye on the fly. Smile Shutter goes one step further by allowing the camera to take the picture ONLY when...

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Wow, That's Cool! (#3)

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Our series of articles on cool new digital camera features continues with the answer to a common question: Can I fix a picture that I've taken that's too dark? The common answer is yes, especially when you've downloaded it to a computer picture management program or store kiosk that allows you to do any number of things to a digital photo. But,  how about the ability to fix a photo inside the camera BEFORE downloading? With D-Lighting, a new feature in many of Nikon's new digital cameras, the answer is also YES! Here's how it works: D-Lighting, selected in Playback, automatically compensates...

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