We covered all sorts of WiFi digital cameras in the past, and today we have a WiFi digital camera that will work great with your Facebook.


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Scanners are useful devices, and if you’re looking for a portable and compact scanner, today we have a model that might interest you.


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DSLRs offer fantastic image quality and photography experience, but the bulkiness and weight of DSLRs have always been a downer which have made more compact mirrorless cameras more appealing to those who don’t want to compromise. The latest offering from Canon DSLR however comes with no compromise, its technology packed and Canon also claims it to be the world’s smallest. Also known as the EOS 100D in some countries, the Rebel SL1 measures 116.8 x 90.7 x 69.4mm, and weighs only 407g, the SL1 is 25% smaller and 28% lighter than the T4i and 650D.

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If you’re fan of digital cameras you might be interested in the latest model that comes from Canon’s PowerShot line, so let’s have a closer look at it.


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Hybrid devices are getting more popular each day because they allows us to do multiple things with a single device, and if you’re looking for a handy hybrid device, Canon has the perfect thing for you called the X Mark I Mouse.


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Recently Camera Technica used laser to show how unsteady even the best of photographers can be when taking photographs, now the folks are back at it again showing how lenses with Image Stabilization compensate to help in achieving crisper images.

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If you’re into surveillance cameras and want to keep an eye on our property, the Canon VB-M40, VB-M600VE and VB-M600D are three new video surveillance cameras worth looking into. All three cameras also feature a CMOS sensor and meet the interoperability network standard recognized by ONVIF (Open Network Video Interface Forum). According to the manufacturer’s statements, the three cameras are able to capture detailed images even in dim environments. These three devices transmit a high quality video and up to 1280×960/30 saving them in H.264 and Motion-JPEG formats.

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