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Welcome to the DigitalCameraInfo Blog

Welcome to the DigitalCameraInfo Blog

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Welcome to the DigitalCameraInfo.com SLR Blog! In this blog we'll bring you all of the latest news, views and information on digital SLR cameras, including new product announcements, tips and updates. We'll being you all of the details on new SLRs, lenses, memory cards, software and accessories. Although Digitalcamerainfo.com covers all type of digital cameras, we've decided to focus this blog on the growing digital SLR market as an increasing number of users are discovering the benefits of using an SLR camera instead of a point and shoot. So, this blog will be covering everything that the SLR photographer needs to know

We've introduced a few new features to the site as well that will make the blog easier to use:

Read More: With longer posts, we only feature the first two paragraphs of the post on the main blog page. To read the rest, click on read more at the bottom of the post, or on the title of the post. Every post also has an individual page; click on the title to reach it.

Tags: At the bottom of each post, you'll see a section called tags. Click on any of the tags for that post and we'll show you all of the posts in the blog that are tagged with that word. That's an easy way to find all of the posts on your own SLR , or every post about lenses that use a particular lens mount.

Digg, Yahoo and Del.icio.us: If you like a post, you can submit it to Digg, add it to your own personal My Yahoo page or submit it to Del.icio.us by simply clicking on the button at the top of the post.

Blog RSS feed: if you use an RSS reader such as Google Reader or NewsGator, you can add the DigitalcameraInfo.com Blog to your list of feeds by adding this URL: http://digitalcamerainfo.com/rss-blog.php. That way, you'll get all of the latest posts in this blog every time you open your RSS reader. If you need more information on RSS, there's a good video that explains it here.

We hope you enjoy our new blog, and find it useful.

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