September 2008 Monthly Roundup for PictureSnob
It's getting noisy out there. September marks the start of the hubbub for gift givers the world over as we near the holiday months. There's a few new digital picture frames out there, most notable the immense 32-inch frame from Smartparts and the world's first OLED from Kodak. As for cameras, we'll tip our hats to a couple unique offerings, the photographic binoculars and the digital camera spy sunglasses.Product of the Month: Nikon D90 DSLR with Movie Capability
As much as we loathe the relationship between Nikon and Ashton Kutcher, Nikon deserves some credit for launching the first DSLR with movie function. While the point-and-shoot cameras have blended video, audio and image functions for years, the very technology in a DSLR (in short, mirrors) works against video technology. Until now. Read the post for the full story and start saving, the Nikon D90 costs $1200 with lens.
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Posted by Susan Moriarty at October 1, 2008 10:50 AM