The Canon PowerShot A1400 16.0 MP Digital Camera is a compact, easy-to-use camera that retains the familiar feel of a classic point-and-shoot.
The great thing is that from shot to shot, whether you use the Optical Viewfinder or LCD screen is your choice. Canon DIGIC Image Processors have set the standard for functionality and performance since their groundbreaking introduction in 1999.
Photographers of all levels appreciate a camera – especially a go-anywhere compact digital – that takes the hassle out of capturing beautiful images.
The camera automatically selects the best shooting settings for optimal quality based on subjects and environmental factors to provide point-and-shoot simplicity. Enables Brightness, Color, and Tone adjustments to your images using easy-to-understand controls. The camera digitally corrects image blur by analyzing the subject prior to choosing the best correction method. Now you can get the fisheye effect – a classic photographic distortion – without a fisheye lens. Give images a miniature look with an effect that emphasizes perspective by blurring the top and bottom of the image.
Poster Effect combines several similar shades into one color, turning subtle gradations into eye-catching, scene-popping contrasts.
You can shoot high definition video anytime, anywhere right from the pocket-sized Canon PowerShot A1400 16.0 MP Digital Camera. Digital IS beats the blur that mars many shots by recognizing the main subject, then automatically applying the camera shake correction that best suits the situation. The PowerShot A1400 takes energy conservation to the next level with ECO Mode, which provides more shots per single charge through LCD monitor and camera power management. Recharging batteries can often be an inconvenience, especially when traveling in foreign countries. Scene Modes are fun, easy ways to give your shots a distinctly artistic feel without the need for any extra lenses and filters. The PowerShot A1400 digital camera is designed to be fun and easy to use, even for beginners.
The Canon PowerShot A1400 Compact Digital Camera with 16 megapixels is an easy-to-use compact camera that retains the familiar feel of a classic point-and-shoot. If you enjoyed this post, please consider leaving a comment or subscribing to the RSS feed to have future articles delivered to your feed reader. The 21x zoom lets you get incredibly close to your subject while the 28mm wide-angle lens lets you zoom back out for stunning panoramas and group shots.
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Nikon D7200 Review - The D7200 is Nikon's latest DSLR, and it's aimed at being their best APS-C model to date.
Want to know whether it’s worth upgrading to the D7200, or whether you should save some cash and opt for the camera’s predecessor, the D7100? In 2010, Nikon release the Nikon D7000 which took the position of Nikon’s Flagship APS-C sensor DSLR and was the start of the D7XXX series of camera. A 6 frame per second speed is offered by the D7200 with it upping to 7 frames per second when choosing to shoot in 1.3x crop mode. The new Expeed 4 processor brings with it the ability to shoot 100 JPEG images or 27 12-bit RAW files before the buffer is full, while it also allows better in-camera JPEG processing. A native sensitivity range of ISO 100-25,600 is offered by the D7200 and there are two extended modes of 51,200 and ISO 102,600, although unfortunately these are require the camera to shoot monochrome. A large and bright viewfinder features on the D7200 which offers a 100% field-of-view, and of course there’s the LCD screen. The front of the D7200 is constructed from polycarbonate, but the top and back parts, which are usually more susceptible to being bumped and knocked, are constructed from a more resistant magnesium alloy.
In addition, the D7200 is dust and weather sealed making it one of the most durable APS-C cameras around. Not much has changed with regards to the basic button layout and general body design between the D7100 and the D7200. This means that the camera feels reassuringly heavy and well built, although it could be said that it lacks the refinement found in other Nikon DSLRs such as the D750 and D5500. There are 51 focus points in total, with 15 of the more sensitive cross-type AF points on hand. There is AF-S for single shots, AF-C for continuous focusing and also 3D continuous for intelligently tracking a subject across the frame.
With a similar 24.2-million-pixel sensor as those found in the majority of current DX-Format Nikon DSLRs, the image quality is expectedly very good. Colour rendition from Nikon D7200 is very good, delivering bright and punchy colours across a variety of scenes that a natural and true to scene. The white balance is occasionally thrown by artificial light but when it does get it correct the colours are rich and have a strong tonal range. Shooting to around ISO 6400 is fine but pushing further than that will see detail start to break up in JPEGs due to heavy in-camera processing. There’s certainly not a huge amount of difference between the D7100 and the D7200, with the new addition upgrading only a few small points.
Many sports and wildlife shooters felt the D7100‘s buffer capacity was somewhat limited, so it’s great to see the Nikon D7200 improve upon this. However while we can draw criticism from the camera’s omissions, fundamentally the D7200 is still a solid performer.
We’ve had our hands on our review unit of the Nikon D7200 for a few weeks now and have been out in the field putting the camera through its paces.
You can see what Nikon’s latest DSLR is capable of in the gallery below, and be sure to check back soon for a full in-depth review. Nikon sprung something of a surprise this morning with the announcement of its latest DSLR – the Nikon D7200. We awarded the Nikon D7100 a Gold Award when we tested it back in 2013, and if the D7200 builds on the success of that camera then it should score similarly well.
As has been the case with other recent Nikon DSLRs, although the D7200 does offer a range of new features it’s certainly more a case of evolution rather than full-blown overhaul of the specification.

For example, for the first time in a DX camera the D7200 is capable of acquiring focus in lighting conditions as low as -3EV.
Elsewhere the D7200 retains the same DX format, 24.2MP sensor, although the upgrade to a EXPEED 4 image processor should ensure that image quality is improved. Although the D7200 doesn’t represent a huge improvement on its predecessor, it does add a few elements which will no doubt prove welcome. The incorporation of NFC functionality will be a bonus for those looking for quick connectivity, while the utilisation of the next generation processor will always improve performance and image quality. You’ll be able to find out more about the latest model in our full review as soon as we get our hands on the camera, so stay tuned for the full verdict.
Some of us have invested in good quality third party lenses instead of the Nikon glass, over the past year or so, and want to know if this new body works with them all – Sigma, Tamron etc.
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The DSLR also has the advantage of changing lenses, which is why the independent film crowd love these cameras so much. Yes, when you are looking for a digital camera you have to ask yourself what you will need it for. Answering yes to the above questions would lead me to believe that you need a DSLR so get it, you’ll love it! If  not, and you want point and shot simplicity get a a digital compact or mirror-less DSLR instead.
I use the 60D for a lot of steadicam (fly-cam) work, as it is lighter than the other DSLRs and has the awesome flip out high-res LCD monitor.
If you are a semi-pro, or armature shooter I think the Canon EOS 60d will meet both your needs, and is the best digital camera to buy, definitely one of the cheapest. I’m old school, and started shooting on film, and in those days you had to know what you were doing, because you could not see what the shot would look like in real time, and film stock is very expensive. You can easily override the terrible AGC amps built inside with manual audio control, and when you add a preamp things are starting to look very professional with this camera. The Canon EOS 7D is a high-end digital SLR camera due to be released by the end of October, 2009.
Its large grip is easy to grasp and comfortable to hold, while the Optical Viewfinder is ideal for capturing photos in bright sunlight. However, using it to compose and focus requires that you hold the camera away from your body. This high level of resolution is ideal for creating the largest prints, and allows you the flexibility to blow up and crop any section of an image to express your creativity. With each successive generation, DIGIC Image Processors have brought elevated performance and powerful new features to PowerShot digital cameras. It gives you a great range of potential images from a single location, which is perfect for sporting events and other occasions when your shooting stance is fixed, or times when moving in too close might disrupt the action you’re trying to capture. The PowerShot A1400 gives you Smart AUTO – sophisticated Canon technology that makes getting that great shot as simple as pressing the shutter button.
With a simple push of the dedicated movie button, you’ll be able to instantly record every moment in motion. To make shooting video as natural as snapping pictures, the PowerShot A1400 has a dedicated movie button. ECO Mode can be activated via a dedicated button for easy power preservation when an outlet is unavailable or the moment is too exciting to put the camera down. A Help Button on the camera’s exterior brings up the help menu any time you need it, right on the LCD screen.
With 7fps high-speed sequential shooting, capture the perfect shot by taking a sequence of images all at once.
With quick autofocusing systems and benefiting from the 1.5x crop factor given by the APS-C sensor, the series has been very popular with wildlife and sports photographers. A new Expeed 4 processor and for the first time we see NFC connectivity added as well as WiFi connection. Video in Full HD 1920 x 1080, 60p and 50p is also reserved for the 1.3x crop mode, while lower frame rates at the same resolution without the crop factor are also offered. The impressive autofocus performance makes it one of the faster APS-C cameras available, it has lots of controls and is constructed of strong and robust materials which make it rugged and weather sealed throughout.
The D7200 becomes Nikon’s first DSLR to incorporate NFC, enabling the camera to be connected to a similarly NFC-enabled device with a simple touch. Alternatively, the D7200 still features Wi-fi technology for the transfer of images as well as the wireless control of the camera’s shooting settings.
Nikon states that such capabilities will aid both shooting in demanding conditions and capturing video as well. The new processor also assists the continuous shooting speed, with the D7200 now capable of shooting at 6fps. No wonder when, for a relatively small price, you get a whole lot of mega pixel and sensor size.
If you are looking for one that fits in your pocket, and is used only casually around the home, or on vacation, than you do not want to get a big bulky DSLR. Now they can shot HD cinema style video that looks like film, with shallow DOF, and wide or telephoto angles. It is the only Canon you can use on a fly-cam without buying expensive accessories, because it has the flip out LCD monitor, which can help you to get high or low angles easily. Magic Lantern will turn the 60D into a full fledged professional video cinema camera, which enables the 60D to do things that not even my Sony XD cam can do.
Canon EOS 60D has an ISO sensitivity range of ISO 100 to 6,400, and you can extend it to ISO 12,800 equivalent.
The Canon 60D’s nine auto focus point locations are shown in the viewfinder diagram above as a diamond-shaped array of small squares. This DSLR has dual DIGIC IV image processors for fast burst shooting, and is capable of 8 shots per second.
A 16.0 Megapixel sensor and the DIGIC 4 Image Processor deliver stunning images with amazing detail.
Many photographers prefer this classic, familiar option that lets you simply hold the camera to your eye and shoot.

Many people do this with one hand, arms away from the body, effectively creating camera shake that can distort a shot.
The DIGIC 4 Image Processor powers the camera’s advanced systems and features, ensuring fast, reliable performance with low battery consumption. The DIGIC 4 Image Processor has ushered in a new level of picture quality and accelerated processing, making possible features such as high-speed continuous shooting, HD video and Face Detection Self-timer. The lens’ 28mm wide-angle perspective puts more image in every frame for dynamic, exciting shots. Smart AUTO automatically detects scenes by assessing various factors in both the background and the subject. 720p HD video is smooth, vivid, and beautifully lifelike, making it an ideal way to capture special memories.
No need to plan ahead, no need to search through menus on the LCD screen; when you feel a moment would be best captured in 720p HD, simply press the button and recording begins. For landscapes, cityscapes and other still scenes, the camera takes 3 quick successive shots and composes them into a single clear image. ECO Mode quickly wakes the camera from sleep when a button is pressed so you won’t miss the moment. From here, you can scroll through a variety of topics that answer your questions with clear explanations, offer helpful shooting advice, and show you diagrams highlighting the position of any buttons you’ll need. A dedicated, One-Touch HD Video button allows you to quickly record high-quality images, while Magic Art Filters like Watercolor and Reflection let your creativity shine through. To properly shot with DSLR you will need to give out a minimum of a thousand dollars for body and lens. On the other hand if you want to shot way more professional images, or cinema style video, if you take wildlife shots, landscapes, or portraits than you want to get the 60d or 5d. On the DSLRs, a lot of features can be set to manual, giving the photographer way more control over the image, which than puts these cameras in a different pro category.
I have heard some negative stuff from pro news shooters about still work functionality, (particularly in burst mode combined with auto focus: sometimes shots seem out of focus) when it comes to the 60D, but at the same time those same pro shooters have only good things to say about the video functionality. Not even the 7Dis compatible with Magic Lantern, another very important reason to buy the 60D if you are going to shot movies, believe me, the sensor is the same.
With 18 megapixels, this camera’s APS-C-sized sensor has an ISO range from 100 - 6400, and a high setting of 12,800. The 5x Optical Zoom with 28mm Wide-Angle lens brings you in close for grand shots, and Smart AUTO makes shooting beautiful images effortless, analyzing the scene and choosing the optimal settings from 32 predefined shooting situations. Using the Optical Viewfinder helps ensure that the camera is held steady, and is an easy, familiar alternative to composing shots on an LCD screen. In addition to being able to shoot 720p HD video at 25 frames per second, the PowerShot A1400 can also shoot 640 x 480 VGA video at 30* frames per second.
If the subject is moving, the camera takes 3 successive shots, then automatically saves the clearest image.
When the fun with family and friends runs late into the evening, ECO Mode on the PowerShot A1400 makes sure your camera keeps up.
Miniature Effect enhances perspective in a scene, blurring the top and bottom to make it look as if it were created with miniature models. Canon DSLRs produce the most amazing natural skin tones out of all of the DSLRs, no doubt about it. Now there is the 60da, the updated version, it is more expensive, and is really only good for doing astro-photography. What you can do is tilt the LCD, and folded it out 90 degrees to the left of the 60D’s body. Canon claims they have shortened the distance between the photodiodes and the sensor, which has decreased light falloff by half. When the fun is on the move, capture it all in 720p HD Video using the dedicated movie button. The camera then makes optimal settings to ensure the best possible image capture when shooting still images.
You can also make a quirky portrait using the Fisheye Effect or add a beautiful single-tone effect with Monochrome. Plus Smart AUTO will make shooting beautiful images effortless by analyzing the scene and choosing the optimal settings from 32 predefined shooting situations. With all DSLRs they do not have a huge dynamic range, but this has always been the problem with video. The cool thing is that at the same time a 270-degree swivel mechanism allows the screen to be turned 180 degrees to face upward or forward, or 90 degrees in the opposite direction to face directly downward. The PowerShot A1400 runs on two convenient AA-alkaline batteries, readily available when and where you need it, and the new ECO Mode conserves power so you will still be ready to take photos long after the party is over.
Smart AUTO also includes Advanced Subject Detection, which allows the camera to detect and track non-human moving subjects like animals and vehicles.
I would not buy a camera just because it is cheap, nor would I buy an expensive camera that does not meet my needs.
I’m not a big lover of overly stylized looks, only sometimes, depending on the project. This also allows the LCD to be turned inward, offering  protection, and you can still put an external viewfinder on it like a Zacuto. Targeted at the semi-pro market, the EOS 7D features full HD video (1080p) at 24, 25 or 30 frames per second.
The Canon PowerShot A1400 16.0 MP Digital Camera runs on two convenient AA-alkaline batteries, readily available when and where you need it.
Improvements over Canon’s EOS 5D Mark II include a more rugged and weatherproof body, a dedicated button for RAW+JPEG mode, a new multifunction button on the top right, plus a button for the custom controls menu.

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