How to Do Everything with Your Digital Camera

How to Do Everything with Your Digital Camera

by Dave Johnson (Author)


Publishing Rationale - Digital Camera use is clearly on the rise -sales of cameras have topped $1 Billion, and the digital category now makes up about 36% of the entire camera market, with 1.8 million units sold in 1999 (a 63% increase in 1999), according to market researcher NPD Intelect. - Digital Camera prices are dropping. There are lots of digital cameras on the market in a wide price range, but the introduction of sub-$300 cameras, and the increased sales coming from non-cameras specific retailers (Kmart, and chain drugstores, in addition to Circuit City and Fry's Electronics) means there's a huge spike in digital camera owners who have cameras but may not know what to do with them - or with the digital images they capture. - Osborne's How to Do Everything series is a strong seller, and the addition of new titles is sure to expand the success - especially for this hot topic


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Format: Paperback
Pages: 394
Edition: illustrated edition
Publisher: Osborne/McGraw-Hill
Published: 26 Feb 2001

ISBN 10: 0072127724
ISBN 13: 9780072127720

Author Bio
Michael Banks (Oxford, OH) is a lifelong photography enthusiast, and is the author of more than three dozen books (including PC Confidential, The Internet Unplugged and Web Psychos, Stalkers and Pranksters), and has also been a Contributing Editor for CMP's Windows Magazine, Computer Shopper, and other publications. He has written for every major computing magazine, beginning with Creative Computing and PC Computing in the early 1980s.