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Since the advent of digital cameras, the world suddenly became more beautiful in the eyes of a photographer. Digital cameras brought with them many revolutions which made it easier and better to click pictures. The images could be quickly transferred to a PC or a laptop. They could be immediately viewed and deleted if not satisfactory. Thousands of pictures could be stored and many more such features gave photographers the much needed options for their convenience. However, digital cameras today have evolved greatly. The mechanism has become more sophisticated and the features more advanced. Various top companies like Sony, Nikon, Canon, Panasonic, etc., are battling it out for their stronghold in the market. Amidst this disarray of competition, we have picked 10 smart boys from the market, which are the best you can lay your hands on:

 

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By Chief K.Masimba Biriwasha and Nozima Muratova

Berlin, Germany- Journalists can use blogs as a way of practicing their skills and getting challenged  by the comments their readers leave. Blogging has become common among journalists worldwide who open their own blogs as it is a cheap and easy way to reach a wider audience and  to  write informally about the subjects they  choose to  and without editorial interference.

Journalists can use blogs and other tools to improve traditional reporting and storytelling.  Concepts like blogging are presenting new ways of distributing journalism instantly and letting readers interact with the journalistic product.

The blog is a publishing innovation, a digital newswire that, due to the proliferation of the Internet, low production and distribution costs, ease of use and really simple syndication (RSS), creates a new and powerful push-pull publishing concept.

Many magazines and newspapers are already using blogging to build their legitimacy…

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Lilian Zhou's Digital Scrapbook

The future mobile prototype is different from the other chosen artefact, but it is still in its concept stage. From the concept product, it looks like an Ipad-ish thing but it is able to do anything what is achievable through portable technology.

 

It is a semi-transparent tablet with a build-in camera, but anything capture by the camera is able to be analysed by the intelligence system of the mobile prototype. For example, a blog named Futurez on the Worldpress host has posted several animated images about the future mobile prototype, which is able to instantly tell you the geographical condition ofMt.Fujiif you are point the camera towards it; and it is also capable of instantly translate between languages while pointing the camera to a paragraph.

Does it sound familiar? A little bit similar to Iron Man’s mask, which gives you instant information about the object he is looking at…

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