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Friday, November 1, 2002 | by
The latest edition of the Sports Shooter newsletter is now online; Imaging Resource posts a preliminary look at the Minolta Dimage Scan Dual III scanner; exposure compensation for the Canon EOS D30 and other supported Canon cameras has been added to v2.2 beta 2 of the the RAW image converter YarcPlus; Transmit 2.0, a dynamite FTP client application for Mac OS X, is now available; don't expect photos stored on bargain-price CDs to last longer than 5 years, an Edmonton Journal story warns; Toshiba's Satellite 5200 notebooks including DVD-R/RW drives; Matt Hagadorn discusses preparing digital photos for the web; a shark and helicopter photo circulating through email is a fake; desktop computers sporting 3GHz Pentium 4 processors are expected to be unveiled November 14, says a CNET story; the Washington Post's CAMERA-WORKS features a photo gallery from the coffee table book A Day In The Life Of Africa (many of the pictures in the book, which is hitting bookstores now, were taken with digital SLR cameras); Sea and Sea has announced that underwater housings for the Nikon D100, Canon EOS D30 and D60 are in development; USA Today says digital cameras have changed everything.
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