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Chris Burfoot continues his lighting guide with flashmeters and other lighting accessories

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A guide to colour meters and white balance.

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Guide to ADSL high speed internet connections

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Chris Burfoot beginners guide to studio lighting and why you might need it. This is part 1 or 4 parts - Enjoy!

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You may be aware that a polarising filter is one of the most useful additions to your camera kit, but there are a few things you need to decide before buying one. First thing you should know is that there are two varieties - linear and circular. Although they're both physically round, a linear variety can have an effect on the autofocus or metering accuracy of any camera that uses a semi-silvered mirror or prism to split the light entering the viewfinder.

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For the second part Katie goes over some basic tips for taking better photos, now that the digital camera is ready and raring to go, you dont want to go out and make some simple mistakes.

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There are many types of battery available for your camera, and choosing which one is best can sometimes be confusing, we've therefore prepared this guide to help you understand the options available.

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A guide to some of the underwater film cameras available.

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Hit cameras are quite easy to find and, unlike many collectable cameras of today, are very reasonably priced, usually between 25 and 35... Words and pictures Tim Goldsmith

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