Here’s a fairly balanced article comparing consumer digital cameras and digital SLRs.
There’s no one right tool for the job so if you can afford it, enjoy the best of both worlds!
This virus, called EPOC.Cabir is a “proof of concept” virus.
It repeatedly sends itself to the first Bluetooth-enabled device that it can find, regardless of the type of device (ie even a Bluetooth-enabled printer will be attacked if it is within range).
I’m glad I have bluetooth turned off on my Nokia 7650!
I’m looking for somewhere to print digital photos again. This time I don’t want to go into town, find parking, stumble through the crowds and do the human interaction thing in a shop. I want to order online and get the photos to my door in a few days time, all neat and tidy!
I’ve used Spectra Photo before, but not online, but they have a wide range of sizes and are reasonably cheap. They have a useful resolution and quality guide too.
Bonus Print was suggested on #linux by Zoso and they’re even more reasonable, but you need Windows software to upload photos to them.
Mypixmania have a promotion going with Photography Blog at the moment, but they’re in the UK and it’s not clear if they deliver here.)
If you’re in Galway then Matt o’Flahertys chemist will print 300 6×4 prints for €14.99, at least 2 years ago and none of the following comments there say otherwise.
I’ll probably go for Spectra Photo in the end, they’re reasonable at bulk prices and I may opt for different sizes, even large format for one or two. Now, I need someone to supply me with picture frames..
Later… Minus1 points out Shutter Fly. Looks good.