December 2007

The state of digital cameras at the end of 2007
We review a lot of cameras during a year, and we stay on top of all the technological developments. So see what happened, what changed (a lot), what stayed the same (not much) and just generally where digital cameras are today. The state of digital cameras at the end of 2007. -- Posted Wednesday, December 26, 2007 by chb

CablesToGo adds cable finder page
Sure you can stick your memory card into a card reader, but a lot of people prefer cables to connect their camera to their PC or Mac, and those cables can easily get lost. Where to get a replacement? And what kind to get so it fits? The friendly folks at CablesToGo just added a handy camera cable finder page. Just put in your camera's make and model, and you get a list of cables to fit! Some cameras are missing, but CablesToGo is adding them as fats as they can. -- Posted Wednesday, December 19, 2007 by chb

Eye-Fi SD card combines WiFi and 2GB of storage
There are cameras with built-in WiFi, but wouldn't it be nice to be able to add wireless to any digital camera? You can do that with the amazing Eye-Fi card that combines 802.11b/g wireless with a nice 2GB of storage capacity. The bright-orange card looks just like a standard SD card and fits into any camera that uses the SD card format. The software loads automatically, has a browser-based interface, and you can upload to your PC or Mac and/or almost 20 photo sharing sites. How much does it cost? US$99.99 retail. [Read our full review of the Eye-Fi wireless 2GB memory card] -- Posted Friday, December 14, 2007 by chb