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Magic Lantern Guides - Pentax K10D and Canon Rebel XTi guides

Magic Lantern Guides - Pentax K10D and Canon Rebel XTi guides - Two new camera guides, to the Pentax K100/K110D and the Canon EOS 400D have been published by Lark, and distributed in the UK by GMC Publications.

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Magic Lantern Guides - Pentax K10D and Canon Rebel XTi guidesPress release:

Two new guides to popular DSLRs have been released.

Pentax K100D / K110D by Joe Farace    

 

The K100D 10-megapixel digital camera is proof positive that Pentax has become a serious contender in the digital SLR market. With its impressive 10.2 megapixel image sensor, shake-reduction technology, automatic dust removal cleaning system, weather resistant body seals, and more, it’s both feature-packed and an excellent value. This new Magic Lantern Guide details every function and operation of this exciting camera. Page by information-packed page, it helps camera buyers become better photographers by helping them take advantage of every control, as well as providing general principles of photography and lighting.

 

Canon EOS Rebel XTi EOS 400D by Michaels Guncheon

 

 

This replacement for the ever-popular Rebel XT is destined—like its forerunner—to become one of the top-selling amateur category digital SLR cameras in the coming year. Written by the author of the Magic Lantern Guide: Digital Rebel XT, this information-packed volume covers every feature!

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welshwizard 8 106 Wales
26 Apr 2007 10:37AM
K10D or K100/110D????

The paragraph is true about the K10D, but the header and the photo on the book are more for the cheaper camera that is a different beast...

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Duncan_E 7 201 2 United Kingdom
26 Apr 2007 10:52AM
It was a typo in the press release - it's the K100D/K110D.

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