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Quick Take: Samsung LN32D450

CNET did not review the Samsung LN32D450, but we did review two similar Samsung LCD TVs.

By 1 December 2011


Canon 400D vs 450D vs 1000D

Canon's announcement of its new entry-level digital SLR today marks the end of its most popular dSLR, the 400D. Check out our comparison of the 400D, 450D and new 1000D to see what's improved and what the 450D still has over its brand-new baby brother.

By 10 June 2008


Canon EOS utility updated to work in OS X Lion

Since the release of OS X Lion, Canon's EOS Utility has had some troubles working on the new OS, but a recent update for the utility corrects this.

By 2 February 2012


PMA 2008: New consumer Canon EOS 450D dSLR

The Canon EOS 450D is the latest consumer dSLR in the range. It boasts a 12-megapixel CMOS sensor and although the changes are mostly refinements, the battery and memory compatibility are new

By 29 January 2008


Apple expands raw, tethered camera support

Canon S90 and Panasonic G1 and GF1 owners now can import raw files into Aperture and iPhoto, and Canon SLR owners get tethered shooting.

By 16 June 2010


Adobe's second Lightroom beta arrives

Yep, there's tethering, video handling, better noise reduction, and some performance improvements for the raw-photography application.

By 23 March 2010


Olympus E-620: A dSLR for the rest of us

Olympus has announced the debut of a new 12-megapixel dSLR that aims to be affordable and accessible, with friendly features such as a twisty screen and art filter effects

By 24 February 2009


Canon cashback and bargains galore

We've sniffed out some of the best deals, steals and outright bargains in our round-up of the cashback offers on, er, offer if you're looking at buying a new camera

By 1 October 2008


Indecent Exposure 24: Incessant excuses?

Conquering the cheap (dSLR) camera conundrum and flash card mysteries demystified. Sort of.

By 3 October 2008


World Press Photo 08

CNET.com.au has teamed up with Canon to offer a photography master class with Australian World Press Photo winner, Tim Clayton.

By 22 May 2008