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Displaying items by tag: Digital Photography

Within a decade digital cameras in cellphones have gone from a couple of megapixels to, in the case of Nokia's PureView, almost 40 megapixels. Now researchers at Duke University in the US have developed a 50 gigapixel camera that they say could lead to gigapixel cameras becoming a consumer product within five years.

Monday, 08 November 2010 09:43

Calendars return in iPhoto 9.1

Hot on the heels of iPhoto 9.0.1 comes version 9.1, marking the return of calendars to Apple's photo management and editing application for the rest of us.

Published in Home Tech
Wednesday, 01 September 2010 12:52

Canon claims CMOS image sensor record

Canon has developed the world's largest CMOS image sensor - a huge 202 by 205mm chip.

Published in Entertainment
A deal between online photo service Snapfish and Walmart means customers will be able to collect their prints in one hour from more than 3000 participating stores.

Thursday, 17 September 2009 07:33

HP minilab allows in-store photo book printing

A new minilab system from HP allows retailers to produce photo book pages and calendars as well as traditional photo prints.

Published in Home Tech
Friday, 11 September 2009 09:20

BenQ floods market with product blitz

BenQ Australia has announced dozens of new products. The company's regional president spoke to iTWire about the new range and BenQ's plans.

Published in Home Tech
Wednesday, 19 August 2009 03:23

iPhoto 8.1 update delivers new print options

An update to Apple's iPhoto photo management software provides additional commercial printing options.
Published in Development
Monday, 20 July 2009 08:24

8MP camera the heart of new LG Viewty Smart

Blending the “S-Class User Interface” seen on the LG Arena with an 8 megapixel camera, LG has launched the successor to the original Viewty, but is the Viewty Smart a beauty?

Thursday, 18 June 2009 12:09

Quick update for Safari 4

Apple's Safari 4 web browser for Mac OS X has received its first update just over a week after its initial release.
Published in Security
According to EMC, Australia and New Zealand generated 14 billion gigabytes of digital data during 2008. Are you looking after your contribution?

Published in Core Dump
Hard drives that connect directly to a TV and other home entertainment gear for media playback are becoming increasingly common. The ScreenPlay Pro HD is Iomega's latest entry.

Published in Entertainment
Tuesday, 09 December 2008 10:41

Picasa Uploader reverses direction

If you use Picasa as a way of making an off-site backup of your photos as well as sharing them with others, the latest version of the Picasa Web Albums Uploader makes recovery easier.

Published in Core Dump
Wednesday, 03 December 2008 09:21

LG's Renoir, the latest iPhone-esque masterpiece?

LG’s 8 megapixel “Renoir” touch screen smartphone has finally arrived in Australia, with an advertising campaign showing just how many features have been squeezed in to challenge the iPhone, Omnia and even the N97, although where’s the 3.5mm headphone socket?!

Published in Market
Wednesday, 05 November 2008 10:34

Apple tweaks RAW compatibility for Aperture and iPhoto

A software update from Apple provides support for RAW files from additional digital cameras. You may benefit from the update even if you're shooting RAW with an existing camera.

Published in Core Dump
The proliferation of metadata standards has been causing headaches for users of digital photography. But a band of industry heavyweights in the Metadata Working Group has come up with a set of guidelines that should cut the confusion.

Wednesday, 03 September 2008 12:50

Face recognition comes to Google's Picasa

Google has added face recognition to its Picasa Web Albums service. Is that something to worry about, or should we just sit back and enjoy it?

Published in Core Dump
Saturday, 02 August 2008 19:15

Turn over a new leaf with the 56 megapixel camera

We know it's not all about the megapixels, stooopid. But when a digital camera is announced that has 56 of them, well it would be rude not to sit up and take notice...

Published in Home Tech
Wednesday, 30 July 2008 04:39

Adobe ships Lightroom 2 with 64-bit goodness

Adobe has released the latest version of its photographic software Lightroom 2 with 64-bit support for both the Mac OS X 10.5 and Vista platforms. Lightroom 2, which focuses on workflow for professional and serious amateur photographers, is Adobe's first 64-bit product for the new generation operating systems and promises to provide better performance with very large image files.

Apple has released what appears to be a security update for its widely used iLife application suite, but aside from a vague reference to "security content" the company has yet to release details of what's been fixed. Users are still in the dark about the nature of the flaw or flaws, and whether any exploits are in circulation.

Published in Core Dump
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