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DC REVIEWS:Archos PMA 430 \u2022 FujiFilm F10 Thin Zoom \u2022 Alienware Workstation
TM
Photo Organizer Software
ComparedTOP FOUR for Windows
Over 30 Products
Reviewed!
Think Like
A Pro
PHOTO ACCESSORY
ROUNDUP
\u2022 Little Things Make a Big
Difference
RAW POWER!
\u2022 Get everything you capture
COOL NEW STUFF
\u2022 The stuff you want
SONY CYBERSHOT
DSC-P200
SONY CYBERSHOT
DSC-P200PAGE 44
OLYMPUS C-7070
OLYMPUS C-7070PAGE 42

YOU DON\u2019T NEED
FANCY EQUIPMENT TO
TAKE GREAT PICTURES!PAGE 32

We\u2019ll show you how!
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$4.99 US / $6.99 CAN
OCTOBER 2005
F E A T U R E S
20FEATUREAccessorize Your Olympus E-300 EVOLT
If you only use the kit lens and built-in flash, you\u2019re missing half the fun!
32FEATUREThink Like A Pro
To capture great pictures, take your cues from the best
48FEATURERAW Power!
How to find the digital diamond in the rough
60FEATUREUsing Pigment Inks in Dye-Based Printers
Open up a whole new world of possibilities in your old printer
R E V I E W S

12REVIEWNorazza Digital Cleaning Kit & Norazza Data Destroyer
12REVIEWMediaGear 7in1 USB 2.0 Card Reader
12REVIEWKinetronics Speckgrabber Pro Kit
12REVIEWLensPen Digi-Klear Display Cleaning System
12REVIEWPromaster Xtrapower Express Batteries and Charger
12REVIEWRoadWired MegaMedia, @ttach\u00e9, and PV/Pro (page 24)
12REVIEWTenba Travelite S-6 and ProDigital D-10 (page 24)
12REVIEWLowePro Rezo 170AW and Rolling MiniTrekker AV (page 24)
26REVIEWKonica Minolta magicolor 2430 DL color laser printer
30REVIEWArchos Portable Media Assistant 430
32REVIEWDust Away cleaning system
32REVIEWd_skin optical disk protectors
38REVIEWAlienware Area 51 MJ-12m 7700 mobile workstation
40CAMLABFujiFilm F10 thin-zoom camera
42CAMLABOlympus C-7070 camera
44CAMLABSony CyberShot P200 camera
46CAMLABCasio EXILIM EX-750 thin-zoom camera
52CAMLABConcord DVx video/still camera
54CAMLABOlympus C-5500 camera
56CAMLABFujiFilm S3 Pro digital SLR camera
66CAMLABSecond Look: Epson Perfection 4990 Scanner

C O L U M N S
8EDITORDavid MacNeill
DCM at your service
18BEGINNER\u2019S MINDMelissa Perenson
Four top photo organizers compared
62IMAGING WORKSHOPAl Francekevich
Lights, camera, actions!
82VIEW FINDERConrad Blickenstorfer
Zoom, zoom
VOLUME 9, ISSUE 36

4Toolbox
4Contact Sheet
8Masthead
9Cool New Stuff

12Photo Gadgetry
72Advertiser Index
72Reader Service

DEPARTMENTS
www.digicamera.comDIGITAL CAMERA MAGAZINE 3

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Contents may not be reprinted in whole or
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photographs if they are to be returned,
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unsolicited material. The publisher does
not endorse and assumes no liability for
any of the products or claims of service
advertised in the magazine.

Vol. 9, No. 36\u2022 October 2005
Publisher
Christopher Perretta
General Manager
Andrew Eisenberg
Editor-in-Chief
David MacNeill
Executive Editor
Conrad H. Blickenstorfer
Feature Editor
Arthur Bleich
Technical Editor
Bob Shell
Imaging Editor
Al Francekevich
Contributing Editors
Ernest Lilley
Kirk Linsky
Adventure Photographer / Writer
Jonathan Cox
Editor-at-Large
Edison Carter
Contributing Writers & Photographers

Leo Heppner
Beau Hooker
Melissa Perenson
Natasha Ryan

Database Management
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Advertising Manager
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Advertising Coordinator
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Printed in the United States of America
The internet, or more specifically the
web, has forever changed the way you

and I gather information. Printed magazines, particularly enthusiast technical publications like Digital Camera, must adapt to the new reality or face extinction.

Where do you go when you want to find current pricing and availability information on a new piece of photo equipment? One of the many photography websites, of course. How about when you want to compare an array of specs from six different laptops? Google them. Want to find the absolute lat- est on a firmware update for your digital SLR? Visit the manufacturer\u2019s website.

But I\u2019ll wager these quick fix data snip- pets are not the only aspects of photogra- phy that interest you. There are times when kicking back in a hammock and reading about some fabulous new piece of geari n

depthis extremely enjoyable \u2014 even if it\u2019s

something you\u2019ll never be able to afford. Looking at printed samples of what this gear can do is also rewarding as well as instruc- tive. And for step-by-step instruction, noth- ing beats print for ease of use.

I read Road & Track, even though I am not even slightly interested in buying a new Ferrari or Porsche. I like my little gray MINI Cooper S just fine, but still enjoy the vicar- ious experience of reading about supercars

whizzing through the wind-
ing two-lanes of Tuscany. Be-

fore we launched our own photography maga- zine, I used to occasion- ally pick upO u t d o o r

Photogra-
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to get in-

spired to go out- doors

and take
some pic-
tures.

You\u2019ve told us what you want and so we are adapting to meet your needs. With this issue, we\u2019ve replaced the news-orientedD e-

velopmentssection with a new section called
Photo Gadgetry. Here you\u2019ll find those little

things that can make your rig perform the way you want it to without costing you a bundle. Beginning next issue, we\u2019ll launch a new section devoted to photography soft- ware for Windows and Macs \u2014 editors, al- bums, special effects, Photoshop plug-ins, and so on. You\u2019ll also see more comparative round-ups with clear winners in popular categories. We hope you enjoy these changes and that they make the time you spend with us more relevant and pleasurable.\u2013DM

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