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Wednesday, February 5, 2003 | by Rob Galbraith
On February 1, 2003, Canon USA lowered the minimum advertised price (MAP) of the EOS-1D from US$4999 to US$3999 (the actual selling price may be as much as a few hundred dollars less than that from reputable US dealers); the photographs currently gracing the covers of newspapers and magazines worldwide of Saturday's Columbia space shuttle explosion were taken with a Canon EOS D60 and 75-300mm IS zoom lens ; Apple has updated its 17-inch wide screen flat-panel iMac with a 1GHz G4 processor, a faster DVD-writing SuperDrive and more; Apple recently posted iPhoto 2 and iMovie 3.01; PC World reveals the shady side of digital camera retail, focusing on a cadre of Brooklyn, NY-area camera dealers; the February 2003 issue of The Digital Journalist looks at war-time photojournalism, featuring the work of the late Larry Burrows and others; Managing the Nikon D100/D1X RAW Workflow is the subject of a February 15, 2003 seminar by Uwe Steinmueller in Santa Clara, CA (USA); MacBibble 3.0 for Mac dramatically improves processing speed for some RAW formats and more; in the never-ending film vs digital debate, Guy Tal of Nature Photographers Online Magazine asks: "Film or Digital-Why Not Both?"
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