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DSLR cameras get banned by Kuwaiti government

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Planning on taking a trip to the Middle East? You might want to leave your Digital Rebel at home. It seems that Kuwait has effectively banned the use of DSLR cameras in public.

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iPad OnOne DSLR remote Camera app does what all other remote camera software does

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Having just lost (read: probably stolen) my camera at a hockey game, I'm in the market for a new shooter. It might be time for me to step up into the DSLR range and thanks to apps like the OnOne DSLR Camera Remote, I'm getting much more interested.

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Nikon D3100 14.2 megapixel DSLR with HD Video makes a friendly, learning experience

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The latest DSLR from Nikon is the D3100, an interesting configuration of HD video 1080p recording, with a bunch of automated guide features. Nikon seems to be making the DSLR camera into a point-and-shoot with a “Guide Mode” that lets you “sample images of what you can achieve with certain settings, for example if you change the shutter speed or aperture.”

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Panasonic releases DSLR 3D conversion lens

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Panasonic has kick started the “First Year of 3D Era” thanks to the development of a digital twin-lens system that allows regular DSLR cameras to capture in 3D. Belonging to the LUMIX line, the new G Microsystem will be interchangeable, adding an entirely new dimension to traditional photography.

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Hasselblad H4D-40 megapixel camera, clearly sexy

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The future of Hasselblad camera's will be expressed not only by massive megapixels, amazing clarity and low noise imagery, but by releasing one damn sexy looking Medium Format DSLR.

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128GB Compact Flash card from Silicon Power is huuuge

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This thing is huuuuge. Most camera's right now don't even go past 32GB cards, the 128GB is obviously for next-generation digital SLRs which will be storing massive files.

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