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Future of Digital photography 2009

Future of Digital photography 2009

The world of photography has changed allot since the first camera was invented. From a big awkward box that allowed minimum control to the smaller camera that was made accessible to average consumer was a big improvement. Chemical technology did his part on making better films to capture the images and then some for instant development as we had seen on the Polaroid. Then digital cameras became popular and revolutionized the world of photography. We saw many improvements and it opened up a new Read the rest of this article…


Best Photo Printer

Best Photo Printer

So we have looked around to see what different printer reviews websites had to say about printers and find which was found to be the best photo printer amoung all of the printers. Read the rest of this article…


Casio Exilim EX-FC100

Casio Exilim EX-FC100

Available in retail for March 2009 the Casio Exilim EX-FC100 . The manufacture suggested retail price for the EX-FS10 will be around the $400 price range. Around $50over it’s smaller brother the Casio Exilim EX-FX10 price but has features that is interesting to want to buy this one instead. Read the rest of this article…


News - Canon Open - Golf tournament

Totsuka Country Club

Canon + Golf = Canon Open

With big companies come’s big sponsorship. With the income that Canon generates with the number of sale of digital cameras, it’s no surprise that they get involved with sports. Particularly sports that are attractive to people with big budget. Golf and photography seems to be a nice combination.
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Canon Prepares For Market Slowdown

Tsuneji Uchida
Tsuneji Uchida, president of Canon Inc, warned of an impending market-wide slowdown in 2009 in an interview with Reuters citing sluggish economic conditions and lower consumer demand. He also told Reuters that Canon would try to cut $1 billion in costs by building a new computer system by 2010 and that he wasn’t in a rush to join any acquisition sprees.

The economic slowdown has started to hit sales of digital single-lens reflex (SLR) cameras but overall Canon’s camera sales are solid ahead of the year-end shopping season, Uchida said. “We hope we will see the same level of demand next year as this year,” Uchida said in an interview conducted by Reuters on Friday. “Whether or not that will become reality is up to economic conditions.”
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