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Apple has released updates to iMovie, Aperture, and the OS X Server administration tools. Apple recommends installing these updates for all users who have the respective programs installed.
Apple's iPhoto and Aperture software now can handle the raw photo files from Nikon's D5000, Canon's Rebel T1i, and Olympus' E-30.
Canon answers complaints with firmware update to enable videographers to set ISO, aperture, and shutter speed with fully manual video mode on Canon's $2,700 SLR.
CNET Reviews Senior Editor Josh Goldman shares some general tips and things to consider when shopping for a new point-and-shoot digital camera.
In the past couple of weeks, Apple has released a slew of updates. Today the company continues this trend by releasing updates to iPhoto, iMovie, iDVD, as well as for support tools for the iLife suite.
A firmware update due June 2 will answer demands for manual control over video settings including ISO, aperture, and shutter speed.
OnOne software releases an iPhone/iPod Touch app that can remotely control most Canon dSLRs tethered to a host system.
If you've been itching for an excuse to marry your photography hobby with your addiction for all things Apple, there's now an app that will let you take photos with your Canon SLR from your iPhone.
Canon will release an update for the firmware to its hugely popular EOS 5D Mark II dSLR, including a provision to allow for full manual control whilst filming.