Straight after the Easter long weekend, Nikon has now announced the recently much rumored D5000. With a 2.7-inch articulating display, the D5000 is equipped with a 12.3 megapixel DX-format sensor that maxes out at ISO 3200 with a 4fps burst rate, sports one-button Live View, and 720/24p movie mode. Other features include an 11-point AF system with 3D focus tracking and 19 scene modes. With a number of high end features, the price tag is pretty heavy as well, the D5000 will cost $849 with a 18-55 VR kit lens, or $729 for just the body – not surprisingly, this price tag is just under that of the Canon T1i.

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Buying tips: Digital photo converter

On April 8, 2009, in Gadgets, Tips, by SSC

Having stumbled upon a digital photo converter recently, I felt it was quite confusing to choose which one would suit me the most. Obviously having one was useful because it would be the best solution for me to sort out all the old photos I have got in my house. If you don’t know too much about them, digital photo converters are also known as a photo to digital converter. Majority have got specs including at least a 5MP sensor and 1800 dpi resolution. The converter basically takes a digital photo of the regular photo that you slide down the tray. Then, simply connect the digital photo converter to the computer USB port, it will begin scanning and uploading pictures.

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Tips for choosing the best digital photo converter to suit yourself after the jump…

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