This video gives us a full review of the Fuji X100 digital camera. All its specifications and characteristics are discussed. Enjoy!
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This is a 12.1 megapixel micro 4/3 camera with changeable lenses, a large sensor, and solid video capabilities. Please enjoy the video.
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Probably the only real true competitor to the Kindle Fire and iPad. Weighing in at $249, it is still a bit more expensive than Kindle Fire. Please enjoy the videos for all the specifications.
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This tablet weighs in at $649.99 MSRP for the 32GB model and $749.99 MSRP for the 64GB model. The tablet is only 0.4 inches thin and weighs 2.2 pounds, so it is easy to carry.With a 13.3-inch diagonal AutoBrite™ LED Backlit display with 10-finger touch support, the tablet boasts a cinematic 16:9 aspect ratio and 1600 x 900 native resolution, perfect for watching HD movies and videos.
A four-speaker sound system with exclusive sound enhancements by Toshiba and SRS Labs delivers amazing audio, and an included tablet stand makes it easy to prop up on a table, kitchen countertop or coffee table to share videos with friends and family. Powered by the quad-core NVIDIA Tegra™ 3 mobile processor with GeForce graphics and 1GB of memory, the large display tablet offers smooth, console-quality gaming plus the performance for high-definition entertainment. Extremely power efficient, the Excite 13 tablet is targeted to deliver up to 13 hours of battery life and seven days of stand-by. The Excite 13 tablet includes Micro USB, Micro HDMI® ports and a full-size SD card slot for syncing and sharing content.
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A single lens reflex (SLR) camera is a camera with one lens that uses a mirror and prism to reflect the photographic image into the camera’s viewfinder. SLR cameras that store these images on digital cards, instead of imprinting images on film, are known as digital SLRs or DSLRs. Images from these digital cameras can be printed by the user using a personal printer, or by professional photographic developers. Digital images can also be manipulated using various software applications prior to printing.
Sony® created the first prototype DSLR in 1981. Nikon® followed with its version in 1986. Despite these early head starts, it was Kodak® that launched the first commercially availabledigital camera in 1990. Users took photographs with this camera, which was connected to a storage unit with a cable. This early Kodak® model was priced around $30,000 US Dollars (USD).
In 1999, Nikon’s D1® DSLR gained a foothold in professional photojournalism and sports photography. Manufacturers then focused on supplying affordable digital cameras for the consumer market. Throughout the early 2000s, several companies including FujiFilm®, Cannon®, Nikon®, Minolta (now known as Konica Minolta®), and others introduced their own versions of the consumer DSLR. This led to more options and lower prices for consumers.
Digital camera image quality generally depends on the size of the image sensor, and the number of megapixels used to create the image. The size of the image sensor is more important than the number of megapixels when choosing a DSLR. DSLRs have larger image sensors than typical point-and-shoot digital cameras and, as a result, can take higher quality pictures.
Other advantages include much more creative control through various settings on the DSLR, compared to a point-and-shoot digital camera. Digital SLRs can also use a variety of interchangeable lenses to photograph different events and situations. Since image quality is better, photos can be printed in large formats without losing any resolution.
Digital SLR users will also be faced with some challenges compared to point-and-shoot users. Adigital SLR camera is typically much more expensive to purchase and maintain than a more common camera. Digital SLRs are also much more bulky, fragile, and harder to pack and carry when outdoors. Its ability to use different lenses also adds to the amount of equipment the user has to carry.
Photographers who prefer to use a camera in a fully automatic mode may prefer to use a point-and-shoot digital camera. Creative advantages are lost when the user does not want to have to fuss with the different settings and lenses on a DSLR. Also, if photos will be printed using typical, small snapshot formats, DSLR image quality is generally not needed.
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Fifty Shades of Grey: Book One of the Fifty Shades Trilogy (Unabridged)
by E L James
Fifty Shades of Grey is the book everyone is talking about!
In Book One of the Fifty Shades Trilogy, readers are dropped into a world of desire and lust. Get ready to be shocked, amused and entranced by this shocking and addictive romantic thriller.
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Toshiba has made a big comeback with a 10-inch Android tablet. The tablet weighs in at $499.99 and has a 10.1 inch 1280 x 800 Gorilla Glass touchscreen and a quad-core Nvidia Tegra 3 processor clocked at 1.2 GHz. It also features 1GB RAM. There is also a 32 and 64GB version, which are priced at $529.99
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Digital cameras have changed the way photographs are taken and stored. With so many models of digital cameras on the market and in so many different price ranges, it can be difficult to know what to look for when buying one. Basically, there are three factors to consider: resolution, storage capacity, and special features for picture taking and storage.
The resolution of the photographs taken with a digital camera is measured in pixels. The greater number of pixels or dots per inch, the higher the resolution of the finished photograph will be.Digital cameras generally range from 2.0 megapixels to 5 and above. The next generation ofdigital cameras have higher and higher resolutions as consumers are looking for detail and color accuracy in their images. Older digital technology used under 2.0 megapixels.
Since film is not used in digital photography, the images are stored on internal disks in thecamera. Most mid-priced digital cameras do not contain very much storage space and this requires users to download their pictures to their computer before snapping more shots.
More memory can be added to the interior of the camera, just like in a computer. A less expensive method is to add memory by using a small card that pops into the camera. These disks can be purchased with capacities between 64MB all the way up to 2 gigabytes. Larger disks can can hold hundreds of pictures at their highest quality!
Digital cameras come with an assortment of options and features. Some digital cameras can use wide-angle and telephoto lenses for added flexibility. Also when buying a digital camera, it is important to look at how easily the photos can be off loaded to a computer for storage or sharing and how easy they are to print. Some digital cameras come with docking systems that easily transfer the digital images to the computer. The images can then be modified using special editing software, stored to the hard drive or CD-ROM and even emailed.
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Since the dawn of the 21st century, digital camera technology has become a mainstay of the photography community. Buying a digital camera not only saves the owner the cost of film and development, it allows images to easily be edited, printed, and stored safely all at home. Choosing which digital camera to buy may be a more complicated process. Before buying adigital camera, carefully consider factors that may affect your photographic needs.
Budget is often a major concern when buying a digital camera. Inexpensive models may cost between $100-$200 US Dollars (USD) but may sacrifice image quality and important features for affordability. Professional cameras range from $600 USD to more than $6000 USD, but may have too many features and options for a casual photographer. The majority of basic, user-friendly digital cameras cost between $300-$600 USD and include a variety of features for both beginners and seasoned users.
Another major issue to consider is how the camera is going to be used. Travelers may want acamera that is sturdy and weather-resistant and can perform well in vastly different lighting conditions. People who enjoy making videos as well as taking pictures may want to get a camerathat emphasizes video recording capabilities. Novices determined to become knowledgeable may want to get a camera that is customizable, so they can increase their skills by adding new lenses and even additional software to a basic model.
Size and weight may be important factors when buying a digital camera. Many people will use acamera more often if it is light and portable, than if it is bulky and requires a heavy carrying case. If the camera will be used primarily for recreation, such as vacations or party photos, a pocket-sized model may be a good choice. For perfectionists who like to spend time setting up perfect shots, using tripods or interchangeable lenses, weight and size may not factor in at all.
Before buying a digital camera, take a close look at comparable models. Many cameracompanies offer a range of options in the same price range, each emphasizing different features. Reading online reviews by third-party users can help highlight benefits and problems with different camera models. Many reviews even include sample pictures taken in each of the different settings of a camera, so prospective buyers can get an accurate idea of image quality. By doing some research before buying a digital camera, a smart shopper can ensure they end up with a model that fits their needs, providing them with years of beautiful images.
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