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Good news for budding photographers - Microsoft has made available an official "Microsoft Camera Codec Pack" that allows Windows 7 to handle RAW photo formats right from the shell. The pack offers a substitute to...
Nikon has revealed the world's first compact digital camera, which features an integrated projector, allowing users to share their pictures on any suitable flat surface, such as a wall or display. The 10-lumen projector can...
*Note* Mentioned Pictures can be seen on the Ken Rockwell news source. Photos supposedly straight from Nikon were leaked recently revealing finally what its new 10.2 MP DSLR camera should look like. As...
Nikon Corp. has developed a couple of new digital still cameras with built-in wireless LAN adapters, the company said Thursday in a statement. At a basic level the Wi-Fi connection can be used in place...
Nikon has temporarily halted shipments of its latest high-end digital camera after discovering a software flaw that, under certain circumstances, can cripple the device if a user doesn't remove the lens cap before switching on...