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Some Neat Accessories

Of course what’s the fun of having a digicam if you can’t hang a lot of junk on it or buy other stuff to use with it. There are some grand old names producing digicam accessories, as well as some new ones. Tiffen has two new MegaPlus auxiliary lenses, a wide angle and telephoto, that have been optically formulated to match high-resolving megapixel camera lenses. Tamrac has a great line of digicam bags that will fit your model like a glove and provide storage for memory cards and batteries.

There’s a neat mini lens "pen" that’ll lift dirt and grime off your lens like a charm, hoods to eliminate glare, brackets to steady your shots, slave units to fire extra off-camera flashes, InfraRed filters to let you see the world in a whole new way, special fine arts watercolor papers from Red River that’ll make your images look like paintings, a panorama head for 360-degree fun, and a device to let you shoot 3-D images. You can even hook your digicam to a microscope or a spotting scope with various add-on adapters now available.

The Printer, The Key

Finally, without a proper printer, you can have the best digicam, shoot the greatest pictures, and your prints may still look like– well, bad. It’s like wiring cheap speakers to a top-of-the-line audio system. The current favorite among professional photographers who do a lot of digital photography and imaging are the six-color, Epson ink-jets that output better-than-photo-quality, long-lasting, waterproof prints. Their four-color models also do an admirable job and cost just peanuts.

Once you’ve marveled over the stunning output of these printers, you can then confidently challenge your film photographer friends with: "I’ll bet you can’t tell which of these is a conventional color print and which was done on my inkjet printer." You’ll win every time, believe me.

 

 

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