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Corel Snapfire Plus fixes photos easily

Though I appreciate the level of control that photo editing programs like Photoshop and Paint Shop Pro offer, they can be too involved for my needs. When I require a few quick-and-dirty photo fixes or the ability to share my snapshots instantly, I wa...

Kodak EasyShare V610

With a long-range 10x optical zoom, Kodak's EasyShare V610 can bring the farthest subjects into full, detailed view. Unfortunately, this dual-lens camera also has a propensity for blurred photos at its highest zoom levels, plus disappointingly short ...

Google's Picasa 2

Google's Picasa 2 photo application is fast, fun, and free. The new version builds on the original's strengths (namely its image-handling speed) and significantly improves on its weaknesses (specifically its photo-editing capabilities). However, whil...

Epson announces new photo gear

Epson announced two digital cameras and a photo viewer at last week's PhotoPlus Expo. The company expands its camera family with the US$399 L-500V point-and-shoot and the US$2999 (price excludes lens) R-D1 digital rangefinder camera. Epson also unlea...

Digital cameras cut costs, size

Shutterbugs have plenty of new options when it comes to selecting a digital camera. Nikon, Eastman Kodak, and Casio all are adding models to their existing lineups, while Aiwa Business Center enters the fray with the release of its first digital came...

Kodak, Kyocera digicams face off

Kodak and Kyocera are both taking a new approach to digital cameras, introducing new models with unusually large displays, measuring more than 2 inches. Kodak also went one step further, developing the first camera with an organic light-emitting diod...

Casio Exilim EX-M1

Into the ever-shrinking world of digital cameras comes a new breed of slim and practical supermodels from Casio. The $699 Exilim EX-M1 weighs 125 grams; it measures about 6cm high by 9cm wide by 1.3cm thick. The EX-M1's 1.2-megapixel image resolution...

TechXNY: Tiny cameras debut at show

A pair of Casio Computer Co. Ltd. cameras have joined the ever-growing selection of ever-shrinking digicams, making their debut at PC Expo/TechXNY here this week.

Cybiko revamps its teen-oriented PDA

Handheld computing just got extreme--Cybiko Inc. X-treme 2, that is. The updated PDA, geared toward teens, was being previewed at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) held in California last week.

Olympus Camedia E-10

Encased in black aluminium, this solidly built 4 megapixel digital camera offers more features than a multiplex movie theatre.

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