Breakthrough in boosting photo quality

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Subject: Breakthrough in boosting photo quality
From: "John Leonard" <>
Date: Fri, 15 Jun 2007 09:54:30 +1000
A story in the SMH today

states that Kodak has developed a filter that increses the fidelity of
photos taken in poor light. It is expected that this filter will be
avialable in top-end digital cameras by next year and filter down.

As poor light is such a limitation in bird photography perhaps people
who are thinking of upgrading their cameras might consioder waiting
until this filter is available. (It might also allow you to increase
shutter-speed in good light, and capture more of those flighty
birds--Grey Fantail, for example).

ps to activate url above you'll have to reassemble and eliminate the
break, I can't work out how to do this.

John Leonard

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