Just as image stabilization can make the difference between a sharp handheld picture and a blurry handheld picture, remote controls can make the difference between sharp and not-so-sharp pictures taken with a tripod-mounted camera. And that's because even if your tripod weighs more than your neighbor's Great Dane, manually pressing the shutter button can makes things move and things that move can easily result in shaky-looking pictures.
It wouldn't be wrong to say many of today's pro, full frame 35mm-based DSLRs capture image files that rival or surpass the quality of medium-format film cameras. As for medium-format digital cameras... they've come quite a ways too. They've become quicker, more nimble and the image quality of the higher-res capture backs now approaches the image quality of larger-format film cameras, which brings us to the Mamiya 645DF.
Lensbabys are the photographic equivalent of puppies. And just as a puppy can turn the heart of the toughest of blowhards into mush, Lensbabys have a tendency of pulling the MTF charts out from under the starchiest of optical snobs simply because they inject a great measure of fun into the act of picture taking.
For those in need of an inexpensive, easy-to-use flatbed scanner for copying documents and flat artwork, Canon offers you two choices, and both are priced well under $100 with enough change left over for a nice dinner and a movie.
Canon's PIXMA-series All-in-One inkjet printers have proved to be quite popular from the get-go, and the newest PIXMA All-in-One inkjet printers feature a few new tricks including wireless printing and scanning and prints from HD video, that should prove to be equally popular among All-in-One fans.
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