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For high level differences http://snapsort.com/ http://lenshero.com/ For more in depth analysis http://www.dpreview.com/products/cameras


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I'm not a big fan of Snapsort, because they really exaggerate small differences into big ones. This comes out in things like Much less shutter lag | 104 ms vs 238 ms | 2.3x less delay when taking photos This is from a comparison from the Pentax K-5 and Nikon D7000. I think the numbers apply to live view, but, probably when using a DSLR, you're not using ...


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Products specified as USA are intended by the manufacturers to be sold only in the U.S. and the warranties are generally only applicable if the item is bought in the U.S. or shipped to the buyer in the U.S. from a foreign seller. The other items are usually the identical product but are not intended by their manufacturers for sale in the U.S. These are ...


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In my experience, it doesn't make much difference if you don't put much effort put into advertizing and promotion. I am with Fine Art America and I've sold a handful of photos but only one was a random buyer; the rest were friends of friends on Facebook and word of mouth. (I spent some money on advertizing on Google (which sucked) and Facebook (which was ...


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I've purchased equipment from following site with great satisfaction: bhphoto.com adorama.com keh.com


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However, none of these services provides a encrypted connection, which makes me nervous about the safety of my personal data and images. Should I be worried ? The connection is of little practical importance, IMO. The odds that someone is stealing your images by intercepting your communications is pretty low, given there are so many easier ways to steal ...


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I don't have any answer for your question of, what client proofing and shopping cart sites are based in Canada. What I do have is information about US based options that might still work for you depending on your needs. Zenfolio I find that the Zenfolio costs to ship to Canada are actually very reasonable. Take a look at the details at the Zenfolio Mpix ...


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I had never heard of UV photography, how cool... Anyhow, you can find them. http://www.adorama.com/1/1/168553-peca-62mm-9-filter-kit-fk62.html has a UV filter in the kit, a Wratten 18A. http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/8219-REG/B_W_65011796_77mm_UV_Black.html ($200) is a B+W 403 filter. I found this with good google-fu. Take the filter types (Kodak ...


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The Camera Store They're a Calgary based company but they seem to have very reasonable shipping charges within Canada. The reason I suggest them is because I've bought several things there over the past few years and the customer service is outstanding and I've never had a problem with the products. They often have the best prices as well. I had to get my ...


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Living in Toronto, I've shopped for camera's and lenses from B&H and Adorama and I'd no problem with either one of them. While shopping from B&H, you will have the option to pay import taxes as part of shipping so you do not have to pay it when the item comes to your door. I usually go to PhotoPrice.ca and compaire prices from different stores. ...


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Since you specifically say you're looking for discounts and deals -- and not the best shopping experience -- I recommend you check out a seller's listing on Reseller Ratings and/or the Better Business Bureau. There seems to be a disproportional number of shady dealers for camera gear and electronics. Often the deals they offer are simply too good to be true -...


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If you don't mind a bit of coding, I can personally recommend Pwinty. They have a simple RESTful API for ordering prints that you invoke from your site. You are responsible for billing etc. and they then invoice every month. This gives you complete control over everything and is very professional. Your prints can be shipped with your invoice and branding so ...


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It's been a long time since I've seen rebates worth 50% or grey market items selling for 50% of the normal price for high end photo gear. I think one of two things is happening here. You may be confusing two different lenses with names that are very similar. The EF 70-200mm f/2.8L (1995), the EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS (2001), and the EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II (...


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The shirt is most likely not inflated. The shadow can be easily made in Photoshop. Prepare a cardboard inside the shirt at the proper dimensions. Another for the neck, the same type as some shirts on an original package. The main light is not very difused, but it has a very difused fill light. Edited. Just buy a corrugated sheet. https://www.google.com/...


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The poor results you note are likely the result of not using a color calibrated workflow. To obtain consistent results, you should color calibrate your output devices at home and use a print service for which color correction profiles are available. Dry Creek Photo maintains a database of ICC profiles for print services located around the world.  Many ...


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Two of the most famous online camera store for used equipment in France are Objectif Bastille (http://www.objectif-bastille.com/) and Phox (http://www.phox-occasion.com/). Both have physicals stores and their used products come with a 6 month warranty (at least for bodys and lenses). I bought one used lense from "Objectif Bastille" 18 month ago and have ...


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The less expensive, non-USA versions are likely gray market cameras, often exactly the same device in about the same packaging, but imported by someone other than a Nikon-authorized importer and therefore lacking a warrantee.


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Well, I use to search in this website: http://speedlights.net/compare-speedlight-specs/ It makes a large comparison on the specs of the brands.


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Manufacturers Rebates Lens manufactures often have cash-back rebates. If you check a site like B&H they'll often list the discount that applies (recently saw a $1600 lens selling for $1200 due to a $400 Nikon rebate). You can also check the Nikon/Canon sites, or even better Canon Rumors and Nikon Rumors will usually have articles about deals going on. ...


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I do some events photography and to make prints available to clients I use the PhotoBox ProGalleries service. It's free to upload and there's no storage limit, they do take a (sizeable) cut but you can set your prices to allow for that and it's fairly convenient and prints can be with clients next day as it's a UK service. http://www.photoboxgallery.com/ ...


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Snapfish sounds like it would serve all your needs: http://www.snapfish.co.uk/ They allow you to share an album with people, and then the people you've shared the album with can order prints and enlargements from that album: http://support.snapfish.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/546/~/common-questions-about-sharing Relevant FAQ entries: What does it mean ...


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Check out Peecho they have what they call the Simple Print Button. It is a simple snippet of HTML which you can add to your site. This generates a Buy Print button and handles everything else, from selection products, shipping information, payment, customer support, printing and delivery. You can set a margin on each product to earn some profit. There is ...


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You can do this with Shutterfly through the Shutterfly API. However, this may run into some of the same complaints you have with Fotomoto — credit cards required, for example — and, worse, if you have a Shutterfly account, you get promotions and deals almost every week, and those can't be applied to prints purchased in this way. Also, in this case, all of ...


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