Tech Talk With Harvey Norman
The pocket-sized Bloggie offers image capture with a rotating lens, capturing footage from most angles and is said to make self filming easy. With a built-in USB arm, the Bloggie has on-the-go USB charging and allows users to upload MP4 videos and photos for sharing on the web – it's almost like its been designed to compliment fans of social networking such as facebook.
The Nikon D5000 is for those who are a little more serious about their photography. It is a good mid range DSLR camera that comes with a 450-degree LCD monitor. It also includes 19 Scene Modes, as well as the ability to capture HD video. It is also lightweight enough so one-handed shooters can fire off a few shots nice and quickly.
Finally the D5000 can take great pictures even in low light, so you don't miss any of those important shots that might otherwise go by the wayside due to fading light. Finally, there is Canon's EOS 50D with its 15.1 megapixels, Canon-developed CMOS sensor, and DIGIC 4 Image Processor. This means it will take great images in low light. The EOS 50D also boasts a new Creative Auto mode and Quick Control screen for improved operation, and Auto Lighting Optimiser for automatic image correction for accentuating the natural colours of your subject matter.
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