PMP Game + MP4 Player 1GB – 1.3MP Camera + SD Card Slot

1GB MP4 and video game player with a built in digital camera and camcorder with a SD/MMC memory card reader for expanding the memory 2 more GB’s. It also features a large high quality 2.4 inch TFT display, D-Pad control, and customization options. This fun little gadget is perfect for almost any occasion and person.

A great high profit E-bay reselling item, direct from China to you with free blind drop-shipping available and available at a low Chinavasion Wholesale price with no M.O.Q. (no minimum order quantity). PMP Game + MP4 Player 1GB - 1.3MP Camera + SD Card Slot PMP Game + MP4 Player 1GB - 1.3MP Camera + SD Card Slot PMP Game + MP4 Player 1GB - 1.3MP Camera + SD Card Slot
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China Manufacturer Specification

  • Memory: 1GB
  • External Memory: SD/MMC Card (2GB Max)
  • Display: 2.4 Inch 260K Color TFT LCD
  • Video Format: AVI, 3GP
    – Conversion formats: MPG1, MPG2, MPG4, RMVB, RM, WMV
    – Video Resolution: 320×240
    – FPS (Frames per Second): 25fps
  • Music Format: MP3, WMA, WAV
    – Bit rate: 32-320Kbps
  • Picture Format: JPEG
  • Camera: 2.0 Mega Pixel CMOS
  • Built in MIC
    – Record Format: WAV
  • Earphone Jack: 3.5mm
  • SNR (Signal to Noise Ratio): >80dB
  • Output of earphones: 2x5mW(32Ohm)
  • Output of Speaker: 12mW(32Ohm)
  • Languages: English, Chinese, Turkish, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, French, German, Polish, Dutch, Japanese, Italian
  • USB: 2.0
  • System: Windows 98SE / ME / 2000/ XP / Vista, Mac OS X +, Linux 2.4.2 or later
  • Power Source: Built-in Rechargeable Li-ion Battery
  • Dimension: 60mm x 89mm x 18mm (L x W x D)
  • Manufacturer Ref.: BM0RU6T4ZXA7

Other Features:

  • Camera Options
    – Format: JPG
    – Selectable Resolution: 320×240, 640×480, 1280×960
    – Effects: Normal, Negative, SOLARIS, Relief, BINARIES, SEPIA, Black & White
    – Quality Select: High, Middle, Low
    – Modes: Single, Continuous, Self
  • Digital Video Options
    – Format: 3GP
    – Resolution: 160×128, 320×240
    – Effects: Normal, Negative, SOLARIS, Relief, BINARIES, SEPIA, Black & White
    – Quality Select: High, Middle, Low
    – x2 Digital Zoom
  • Built-in NES Emulator
  • D-Pad and 4 button Control
  • E-Book TXT format
  • Calculator
  • Two pre-selectable backgrounds themes or User defined pictures as background, ON/OFF Screen
  • LCD and Power Off Selections
  • Key tone selection, on or off
  • Picture Slide show
  • Button lock

Accessories:

  • User Manual
  • Earphones
  • USB
  • Power Adapter
  • Mini CD with Driver and Conversion Software

  • Manufacturer and Origin: China
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Current Reviews:    5 This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 26 September, 2006.

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 NICE by Lu on 04/13/2007: yeah is a pretty nice gadget, works nice and figured how to play the games by moving speeds and all but something that bothers me when i play music and put the headphone on there is a buzing sound through out all the music and does not stop but overall …

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5.1M Pixel CMOS Digital Camcorder – Movies + Still Pictures

Digital Camcorder and Camera combo with a 5.1 Mega Pixel CMOS image sensor for very sharp images for your digital movies and still pictures.

Easy to use beginners DV camera with large 2.4 inch rotating TFT LCD display screen, remote control, and the high resolution pictures and movies make this a great choice for anyone going on holiday, recording life events, or looking for a great Digital Camcorder for resell. Order one today to see for yourself!
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5.1M Pixel CMOS Digital Camcorder - Movies + Still Pictures 5.1M Pixel CMOS Digital Camcorder - Movies + Still Pictures 5.1M Pixel CMOS Digital Camcorder - Movies + Still Pictures
5.1M Pixel CMOS Digital Camcorder - Movies + Still Pictures 5.1M Pixel CMOS Digital Camcorder - Movies + Still Pictures 5.1M Pixel CMOS Digital Camcorder - Movies + Still Pictures

Manufacturer Specifications

  • Imaging sensor: 5.1 Mega pixel CMOS
  • Storage media
    Internal: 20MB
    External: MMC/SD card (up to 2GB)
  • Sensor sensitivity: AUTO
  • Lens: Fixed
    F=3.0, f=7.45mm
  • Zoom: 8x Digital Zoom
  • Digital Video Camcorder Resolution
    640×480 pixels up to 30 fps
    320×240 pixels up to 30 fps
  • Digital Still Image Resolution
    12.0M (via interpolation)
    5.0M
    3.0M
    2.0M
    1.3M
  • PC Camera Resolution
    320×240 pixels
  • LCD screen: 2.4 inch TFT LCD display
  • Flash: auto/off
  • White balance: Automatic/Daylight/Tungsten/Fluorescent/Cloudy
  • EV compensation: Auto or EV +2.0 ~ -2.0
  • Self timer: 10s/20s delay
  • PC interface: USB 1.1
  • Shutter: 1/10-2/2650second
  • Auto power off: 60s, 120s
  • Power supply: Li-ion battery
  • Dimensions: 103x65x34mm
  • OSD Languages: Chinese/English/Japanese/French/German/Spanish/Italian/Russian
  • Compatible System (computer not needed for use): Windows 98SE/2000/ME/XP/Vista/Windows7
  • Manufacturer Ref: KUK5DMCY9M25

Product Notes

  • TV out function
  • MP4 Digital Video Capture
  • 270 deg rotating LCD Screen
  • Compatible with MPEG4/MP3 file
  • Audio Record

Package Contents

  • Model CVA-DV5619 Digital Video Camera
  • Li-ion battery
  • USB / AV cable
  • Hand strap
  • Earphone
  • AC adapter
  • Pouch
  • CD driver
  • User manual
  • Remote control

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Current Reviews:    2 This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 09 October, 2007.

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 i like to buy by kelvin on 12/17/2007: tha items are good and i would like to buy for my new stores

  i like to buy by kelvin on 12/17/2007: tha items are good and i would like to buy for my new stores…

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Camcorders Faq

More Camcorders Questions & Answers please visit : CesFAQ.com

How to wirelessly convey video from my camcorder to a TV approaching live TV.?
i’m recording a b-day get-together and my aunt wonts me get the guest a they arrive.

I am have sony camcorder DCR DVD 610E. the still portrait part is poor. how to rearrange mention the settings
680×400 resolution is too less for the still depiction, how to improve the resolution. Indicate the requisite settings.

I am looking for a camcorder beside a scene finder not merely the LCD display, and library to a memory stick?
For some reason topical camcorders no longer have estimation finders. This is a problem as when I am on vacation within WDW they don’t want you to use the LCD display in like mad of the attractions because of the lighting.

I am looking to purchase a dvd recorder. i am on a budget so no costly top of the stock stuff for me.?
what i need it to do is story my digital camcorder tapes onto disc and i also hold loads of vhs home videos i want to put onto disc so i will want one of those vhs/dvd dual machines. any advice on best ones around to do the living would be much appreciated. by the way not technically minded so the simpler the better.

I am thinking of buying a DVC Digital Camcorder; which is a camcorder, digital camera, PC Cam, & MP3?
Also has 12 megapixel, 1.6’flip out color LCS blind, built in speaker/microphone, 32 MC memory stores up to 320 still iamges/10 minutes video, 4X ditial zoom, and self timer…purchase price $149.95. Is this a right buy?

I bought a SONY HDR-SR7 videocam, a harddisk videocam how can i convert the files into dvd format?
the extension file is MTS, thats why i cant play contained by my computer and cannot burn also into dvd format.. what should I do??

I call for give a hand beside youtube?
I’m on youtube and I was wondering following: where on earth do you get movie clips, songs to use beside the movie clips, which free movie editor is the best one to use,and how do you load video from your digital camera to your computer.

I can’t play my video on Windows MOVIE Maker. An error messages comes up.?
Okay, so whenever I go to play the video on the movie initiator a message comes up that says ‘Class not registered.’ Is here any way to prevents this, so I can play the video?

I dont know how to hook up my Sony Handycam DCR-HC62 into the computer?
like i know how to put surrounded by the USB and stuff. But how do i get it to certainly work. Like is there a place surrounded by the menu that says mass storage or something? i own installed all software and everything. Please relief

I dont know much roughly speaking camcorders?
I want one that when I plug it …

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Create YouTube and MySpace Video with the Flip Ultra HD Camcorder

With the Flip Ultra HD Camcorder it has never been easier to shoot, edit, watch, share and upload quality, high-definition video. Now with 120 minutes of video record time, a rechargeable battery pack and a built in UBS connector for instant connection to your personal computer, you will never miss another exciting minute again. And all this in a camcorder small enough to fit into your pocket.

Along with the increasing popularity of MySpace and YouTube has come an increasing demand for an inexpensive, easy to use, totally portable camcorder which can be used for making quality videos for uploading to these and other video friendly websites. The Flip Ultra HD Camcorder is the answer and it has become today’s must have video recorder. It is so easy to use you simply point and press the button. The camera does the rest.

The Flip Ultra HD Camcorder is a pocket-sized camera that makes taking video easy and fun. It is perfect for traveling or for people on the go and it has become increasing popular with the YouTube video crowd. The video quality is great and with the Ultra HD now offers crystal-clear high-definition video in 720p. Quite a feat for a pocket-sized camera.  The color display is vibrant, even though it utilizes only a two inch screen. With its built in software, it is simple and easy to organize, edit and share their quality high definition videos. The FlipShare software also enables fast and video emailing and one-click uploading to YouTube, MySpace, and AOL Video.

With the new Flip Ultra HD Camcorder, it’s easier than ever to shoot and share video. Simply power on and press record – you’ll be capturing and uploading video in minutes.…

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The Right Way to Make Videos of Computer Screen

U.S. Internet users watched 13.5 billion online videos during October, marking a 45 percent increase compared to a year ago, according to comScore Video Metrix. Lots of YouTube users are keen on making video tutorials and sharing them on YouTube. Do you know how to make videos like this and share them on YouTube?

Record computer screen with a DV or a Camera?

Record a video from computer with a camera

“How to record my computer screen with a camera or DV? I would like to record things happened on my screen with a camera. But the video come out is blurring.” –Ask Yahoo!

I saw questions like this for times on Ask Yahoo! Recording computer screen with a camera or DV is not a good idea. To get it done, you have to settle your DV in the precisely right position in front of your computer screen. Frankly speaking, it is a thankless task. And the recording quality is disappointing.

Record computer screen with screen recording software!

There are various applications help you record computer screen by a few clicks. Even more, they could produce videos with standard video format for online sharing and on demand delivery. Here I reviewed two applications for you to consider.

Screen recording software – DemoCreator

DemoCreator creates software video tutorials and website demos just by three steps: Record, Edit and Publish.

Step 1: Set up the recording option and record your screen

Select the Capture area and Recording mode. Start your recording and press F10 to stop it when your recording is over.

Recording area and recording mode setting Step 2:Edit your recording slides (Optional)

When finishing the recording, you can go to edit the recording slides. There are music, narration, annotations, images, interactivities and even animations for you to enhance your recording, thus making thedemos more animated and interactive.

Step 3: Publish as the format you like

Publish the video format you like. This screen recorder enables users to publish diverse format of video such as SWF, AVI and EXE.

Screen Recording Software – Camstudio

As a free streaming video software application, it is able to record screen activity and audio on your computer and create industry-standard AVI video files and Streaming Flash videos (SWFs).

Pros and Cons of Camstudio:
Cons: Free software; easy to use; Audio recording; SWF and AVI output;
Pros: No interactivity; No video editing feature; No sound editing feature.
Final Verdict:
CamStudio can be learned in a matter of minutes and comes with a comprehensive built-in help file. It is easy and quick to make videos from your computer screen. The weakness of Camstudio is the editing feature and interactivity. But as a free screen recorder, it is an outstanding one.

Pros and Cons of DemoCreator:
Pros:
1. Integration of multiple screen recording scenes
2. Automatically add annotations for screen recording
3. Callouts to highlight your important content
4. Interactive elements to enhance your demonstration
5. Background music and audio rerecording support
Cons: Shareware of $99.95;

Final Verdict:
The powerful editing feature makes DemoCreator an easy screencasting …

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The 8 mega pixel giant-Samsung T929 Memoir

Released in February, earlier this year, the Samsung T929 Memoir is stylish camera phone from Samsung. It is one of the few phones that packs a staggering 8 mega pixel camera in it’s ensemble. This high-end phone comes in a simple touchscreen slab design but roll out in a very sturdy built. The metal work gives a nice feeling of strength The display on this phone is a full sized TFT resistive touchscreen with a resolution of 240 x 400 pixels and enabling 256K colours. The Memoir is the second device from Samsung, after the Behold to incorporate the TouchWiz interface. Since than a lot many other Samsung handsets have included this user-friendly and interactive UI. Built-in is an accelerometer sensor that assists in auto-rotate of the UI into portrait or landscape mode.

The Samsung T929 Memoir is a quad-band GSM based device but it also comes with service support for 3G network. As a result high speed downloading and access of data is available through HSDPA. The contact management system is fully featured and the phone allows up to 1000 contact entries to be added in the phone-book. The Memoir also supports SMS, MMS, Email and IM and also integrates application support Hotmail and Gmail. It features both a virtual 12 key alphanumeric keypad as well as a virtual full QWERTY keypad on it’s touchscreen. This is a Class10 GPRS and Class10 EDGE enabled device that comes along with a built-in WAP 2.0/xHTML, HTML web browser to give access to mobile Internet. It also supports Bluetooth to allow easy sharing of data between compatible devices. Apart from a USB port the device also comes with a GPS receiver with A-GPS support.

The most important feature though is the camera at the back of the Memoir. The lens cover opens and closes automatically while using the camera that gives one the feeling of using a dedicated digital camera. This efficient 8 mega pixel camera also includes a 10X digital zoom along with an auto-focus feature and a maximum resolution of 3264×2448 pixels . A xenon flash is also included which comes really handy when taking indoor photos or in low light conditions. The images produced come out with nice reproduction of rich colours and fine details. The camera interface is touch optimised and it also includes smart features like geo-tagging, face and smile detection. Video recording is possible in QVGA mode at the rate of 30 frames/sec. The music player is also a wholesome addition in the phone and music can be transferred by connecting the phone to Windows Media Player on a PC. On device creation of music playlists is also possible. Music can be enjoyed by plugging in the wired headsets that accompany the handset or can be played directly on the speaker-phone. Presently the Samsung T929 Memoir is available in only Black and Silver colour schemes. The standard Li-Ion 1000 mAh battery comes out with a talk time support for more than 5 hours while the standby …

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Wireless Surveillance Combo with 4 Black Cameras (PAL)

Wireless Surveillance Combo with 4 Cameras (PAL). This wireless surveillance combo is perfect for keeping your eyes and ears on your home or small business.

If you are looking for an effective and economical surveillance system for your home or small business, look no further. This Wireless Surveillance Combo with 4 Cameras for the EU can provide the wireless surveillance solution you need at a price you can afford. With four cameras and a wireless receiver, this Wireless Surveillance Combo provides a range of flexible surveillance solutions. Expecting unwelcome guests? Install a camera over the door and screen visitors before they even knock. Need to prevent theft in your shop? Put a camera in each corner and catch them in the act. Finding it difficult to keep an eye and an ear on all of your employees? With easy to install cameras, high-quality audio and video, and the ability to link to a TV monitor, the uses of this Wireless Surveillance Combo are limited only by your imagination.

Setting up your own wireless surveillance system is quick and simple. The four wireless cameras are easy to install and require only a power source. With two rotatable joints and a viewing distance of up to 15 meters, the cameras can be easily aimed at any location, no matter whether they are installed on the wall, floor, or ceiling. The wireless receiver can be positioned at a distance of up to 15 meters from the cameras and can connect to a TV through AV Out so you can monitor your cameras on a large screen.

Tonight, rest easy with the peace of mind that comes with knowing that you have secured your home or small business without endangering your wallet. Tell your friends you got a great deal on your Wireless Surveillance Combo from the leader in high-quality, low-price electronics: Chinavasion.

At a Glance…

  • 4 wireless cameras and 1 wireless receiver
  • AV out lets you connect to a TV monitor
  • Transmits high quality audio and video

This product uses PAL color system. If you need a NTSC unit then please order CVD-42A203X4-NTSC.

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Wireless Surveillance Combo with 4 Cameras (PAL) Wireless Surveillance Combo with 4 Cameras (PAL) Wireless Surveillance Combo with 4 Cameras (PAL)
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Wireless Surveillance Combo with 4 Cameras (PAL)

Manufacturer Specifications

Receiver Specifications

  • Receiving Frequency: ISM 2400~2483Mhz
  • Intermediate Frequency: 480Mhz
  • Frequency Stabilization: +/-100Khz
  • Demodulation Mode: FM
  • Antenna: 50ohm SMA
  • Receiving Sensitivity: <-85dBm
  • Video Output: [email protected], S/N>38dB
  • Audio Output: [email protected]
  • Dimensions: 120mm x 99mm x 30mm (L x W x D)
  • Manual or Remote Controlled
  • Four Channels Available
  • Channel Scan and Channel Skip for Multiple Cameras

Camera Specifications

  • Image Device: 1/3 Inch OmniVision CMOS
  • TV system: PAL 628(H)x568(V)
  • Horizontal Definition: 380TV Line
  • Angular Field of View: 45deg (f=6mm)
  • Minimum Illumination: 3.0Lux (F1.2)
  • Synchronization System: Internal
  • Scanning Freq(H): 15.625KHz PAL
  • Scanning Freq(V): 50Hz PAL
  • Backlight Compensation: Auto
  • Electronic Shutter: 1/50(1/60)~1/100,000sec
  • White Balance: Auto
  • S/N Ratio: >48dB
  • Gamma Correction: >0.45
  • Operation Temperature: -10~50 deg C
  • Transmission Frequency: ISM 2,400~2483MHz
  • Locked Frequencies
  • Dimensions: 32mm x 25mm x 53mm (L x W x D)
  • Built In Microphone
  • Recommended Range for Objects: 1-8M (Max effective range 12M)
  • Transmission Range: 15m without interference
  • Manufacturer Ref: E56DCC641555
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Nokia N95 8gb Pay Monthly: Pioneering and Grand Handset

The Nokia N-series mobile phones are the first choice of mobile phone users due to their stunning looks and amazing capabilities. The Nokia N95 8GB mobile handset weighs only 129 grams and measures 99 x 53 x 21 mm, making it really a light weight handset that is too relaxed to hold in hand and to slide into the pocket. The Nokia N95 8GB is now available with Pay Monthly Mobile Phone Deals offered by the online vendors. The N95 8GB is an 8 Gbyte edition of the popular Smartphone coming with an internal memory of 160 Mbytes. The mobile phone supports the user by providing an option to expand the internal memory by adding a MicroSD memory card up to 2 Gbytes. The users can avail the Nokia N95 8GB mobile phone with pay monthly mobile phone deals, which are offered by the many leading mobile phone network providers including O2, Virgin, Vodafone, T-Mobile , Three and many more. The Nokia N95 8GB pay monthly has all the advanced features that enable you to do a lot with your handset. You can also have access to internet with the help of WAP browser and can download ring-tones, music, games etc. The most attractive feature of the handset is the built in 5 megapixel camera feature that comes with a Carl Zeiss optics lens. The camera with digital zoom, flash option and an auto focus feature supports the user in capturing and setting the pictures as per their tastes. A secondary camera incorporated with the phone allows the users to make video calls. Moreover, Nokia N95 8GB supplies plenty of music formats including MP3, AAC, eAAC, WMA player. It also has a stereo FM radio that helps you to tune in to the famous radio stations. The users can enjoy listening music whilst they are in the bus, train or even on the move. The best thing with the handset is that it is coming with pay monthly deals. The Nokia N95 8GB with pay monthly deal comes with lots of network connectivity features, such as Bluetooth, GPRS, EDGE and HSDPA. However, the wireless communication feature is satisfied by the Wi-Fi feature. The GPS navigation feature would further enable them to explore unknown places with great fun.…

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MPEG4 vs. H.264

MPEG4 vs. H.264

In recent months we have seen numerous companies introduce H.264 (aka MPEG4 Part 10) as the default codec in cameras, video players and other similar devices. Personally, I have been bombarded by e-mails from Chinese and Taiwanese manufacturers with large bold fonts in a red colour claiming that their cameras now support H.264. I therefore found myself asking the question what this hype is all about and decided to do my own research rather than accepting other people’s claims as de-facto standard.

H.264 video codec’s are quite complicated and for the sake of this article I shall try to keep it as simple as possible. The main advantage of H.264 over all other compression formats is that it can achieve higher quality video at similar data rates or relatively lower data rates for same quality video. This is all well and good, but the question to be ask is "by how much" and "at what cost"?

During my research I have seen many graphs and calculations claiming that the difference in compression and bit rate between H.264 and MPEG4 are as large as 30 or 40 percent and in some cases even 50 percent. These calculations do not list their assumptions and test criteria and therefore the only way to be certain was to conduct a bench test myself.

The bench test consisted of an H.264 camera pointing towards a busy street and another H.264 in an empty office pointing towards some desks and chairs. Both cameras were connected wirelessly to an access point that is hard wired to a switch and a Netbook (Asus EEE PC 901 running Windows XP) and a Desktop PC (Core Duo 1.6GHz and 4 GB memory running Windows XP) connected to the switch with a CAT 5 cable. Both cameras are of the same make and model while Internet Explorer (running the manufacturer’s ActiveX control) was used to view the cameras. A 3rd computer was connected the network to monitor the traffic on the network, act as a gateway and provide DHCP and some other services to the network.

Accessing the cameras was quite straight forward; however the first thing that caught my eye was that the Netbook was suffering to decode the H.264 compression when viewing the camera pointing at the busy street. Processing power topped 85% usage and accessing both cameras at the same time from the Netbook generated a large amount of frame loss and a drastic reduction in frames per second. The Desktop seemed to perform very well with a stable video and healthy frame rate even when both cameras where accessed. I took some data rate readings from the gateway and proceeded to remove the H.264 cameras and replace them with Y-cam MPEG4 cameras.

The Netbook seemed more relaxed and accessing both cameras produced no frame loss or reduction in frame rate. Processor usage was down to around 30% when accessing both cameras which is a huge improvement over the H.264 cameras. There seemed to be …

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A To Z Of Photojournalism

A for “Art?”
Photojournalism clearly contains an aesthetic element characteristic to art. But some observers object to the idea of photojournalism as art. Journalism in general is about reporting facts. Does Art connote something artificial? Or is it simply putting style over content? If photojournalism is art, does it necessarily become more of a commodity, more “entertainment” and less “truth”? – In other words, is it appropriate to look at photos of human suffering while sipping champagne in an art gallery or lattés over a photo book? There is no short and definite answers to these questions, so let the debate rage on!

B for “Black & White”

This was pretty much all there was during the first hundred years of photojournalism. When color photojournalism started appearing more regularly in print, from the 1960s and onwards, it was initially met with some resentment, even accusations of vulgarity. During the 1980s photojournalism was more dominated by color photos and today, interestingly, black and white is again in, not from inevitability any longer, but as an accepted stylistic choice. An argument often heard is that black and white photos focuses the viewers attention on the content of the photo, rater than the photo itself.

C for “Canon vs. Nikon”

Two of the biggest camera manufacturers in the world today. Photojournalists often engage in friendly mud-throwing contests between the Canonians and Nikonians. Both camera systems are excellent though, with a big catalogue of lenses to go along and service centers located around the world.

D for “Digital Photography”

Digital cameras have had a profound impact on photojournalism. No more darkroom maneuvers are needed. Photos can now be delivered almost instantaneous from anywhere in the world. You don’t have to choose between color or black/white film before you shoot. And you can have 20 “rolls” of film on a memory card the size of a stamp. But in spite of all these helpful improvements, has the actual quality of photojournalism improved as a result? It has certainly led to a flooding of the photo-market, and the fear is that prices dwindle to a point where it’s no longer economically viable for many professionals to make a living of it. The line between professionals and amateurs starts to blur.

E for “Eddie Adams”
(1933-2004)
American photojournalist who is perhaps most famous for his chocking photo of the Vietnamese police chief executing a captured Viet Cong suspect on the street of Saigon, at point-blank range (1968). The photo won Adams both a World Press Photo Award and a Pulitzer Prize, but Adams later apologized to the police chief for the damage he had done to his honor by taking the photo.

F for “flickr”

Pioneering web-site, allowing free online storage of images. With about 30 million users and nearly 4 billion images (numbers not confirmed), it’s probably the largest image collection in the world today. It is both loved and hated. Many of its users like to have their work seen and praised by others. …

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