Posts by: David Tanaka


Name the Image Contest

 •  June 28

Photographer Stephen Gorman and Adventure Canada’s Matthew James Bradley-Swan were in a Zodiac scouting the shores of Monumental Island for...

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Review: SilverFast Archive Suite 8

 •  June 1

In the BDC era (Before Digital Cameras), we created digital images by scanning analogue ones. Some of us still scan and fortunately, LaserSoft...

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Latest Retrospective Bag Holds iPad

 •  April 20

Think Tank Photo has added to its line of Retrospective shoulder bags. The Retrospective 7 will hold a standard SLR with zoom lens and other...

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24 Megapixels for Entry-Level Nikon SLR

 •  April 19

Highlights of Nikon’s just-announced D3200 include a 24.2 megapixel CMOS sensor, faster Expeed 3 image processor, 1080p HD video shooting and the...

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Lightroom 4 Arrives

 •  March 6

Adobe has introduced Lightroom 4. The product went through a public beta phase starting in January, which gave everyone an opportunity to sample the...

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 •  February 8

Olympus took inspiration from its film camera past to create the brilliant and original digital PEN E-P1 a few years ago. It’s at it again,...

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Nikon D800: 36.3 Megapixels

 •  February 7

Nikon has tripled the pixel count on its successor to the D700. The D800 uses a 36.3 megapixel FX-format CMOS sensor (FX is Nikon’s ID code for...

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Fujifilm XPro1 coming

 •  January 11

Fujifilm has made good on its promise to enter the Compact System Camera category with an interchangeable lens compact system — the XPro1 is...

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G1 X tops PowerShot Line

 •  January 9

Canon says its new PowerShot G1 X uses the largest sensor ever for a Canon point-and-shoot model, measuring 3.8-centimetres (diagonal we presume?)...

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Nikon Announces Flagship D4

 •  January 6

The much-anticipated replacement for Nikon’s flagship D3 line is finally official. Nikon Canada today released details of the D4, based on a new...

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