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The Canon IXUS 220 HS (also known as the ELPH 300) is one of the best little cameras you can buy. I'm not going to into tech specs, but I will say that I've been using this camera for a few weeks now and it's fantastic. I've always been a ...

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These are the best value keychain cameras I've ever seen. They record at a REAL 720p resolution, at a solid 30fps, and are small enough to stick on an RC plane, or a hat, or a dog, or a cat, or just about anything. If you've ever thought "wouldn't it ...

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If you like to have adventures, big or small, then you probably like to remember them - which means you need to take a serious look at the GoPro Hero HD camera. The GoPro Hero HD is shock proof, comes with a waterproof case, and most importantly has an incredible ...

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If you're interested in getting into macro photography, I can totally recommend the Raynox DCR-250 macro lens - of all the lenses and filters that I've bought over the years, this is the one that I simply couldn't live without. It fits just about any camera - I use it ...

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I had a Polaroid camera back in the mid eighties, and it was truly a wonderful piece of technology. Thankfully they're still making them, and the new models are better than ever. The One600 brings back the nostalgia of shooting instant Polaroid photos when you were a kid - it ...

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Canon looked to the very first Elph for inspiration when designing the PowerShot SD1000 Digital Elph, and came up with a quintessential iteration of the icon: slim, clean-lined and fully flat. Inside, the SD1000 Digital Elph looks only to the future: 7.1 megapixels, a 3x optical zoom and advanced DIGIC ...

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Film lives! The Lomo fisheye camera has a 180 degree wide-angle view and stunning fisheye barrel distortion, the ability to fire both a hotshoe flash and the built-in flash, a true fisheye viewfinder, and a "full metal jacket" body treatment. These cameras are wonderful, and are a beautiful example of ...

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Macro photography is one of my favorite hobbies, but it's also very fiddly and takes a lot of time to get just a few nice pictures - especially when you're trying to photograph insects! I finally got around to buying myself a macro ring flash, which means I can use ...

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Want to take photographs like you see in magazines and galleries? The secret isn't so much in the camera - but in the filter. Most professional photographers use a polarizer filter on their lens to deepen the intensity of sunny blue skies, increase color saturation, and reduce glare and reflections ...

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I totally love macro photography and have just got myself a cheap reverse macro lens adaptor so I can use 'reversed' lenses on my camera. All you need to do is screw the front of the lens onto the reverse lens adaptor, then screw the lens onto the camera 'backwards' ...

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