June 2008 Monthly Roundup for PictureSnob
Well, you've wasted another perfectly good month reading PictureSnob. And we thank you. Lots of innovation this month -- the discovery of the BirdCam and Ricoh's GPS camera, the release of the Strobist's lighting tutorials on DVD -- and some crazy animals taking charge of Flickr Friday. We're still being inundated with touch screen digital picture frames, which you know makes us cringe. But hey, when touch screens get us down, we think about the wonderful world of Wi-Fi and we feel better. Don't forget to take a break from the screens in your life and see the real life earth this summer!Product of the Month: Wingscapes' BirdCam
We like birds. We like cameras. We love the BirdCam! This little machine is simply perfect for capturing our feathered friends on the sly. Attaches to feeder posts and trees, operates by battery with infrared motion-activation. You will be the paparazzi of the birds. Check out the earlier post for the full story or be impulsive and hit up Amazon for the BirdCam at $249.99.
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Posted by Susan Moriarty at July 1, 2008 10:06 AM