Unlock The Potential Of Your Canon Point-And-Shoot Digi

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After switching to a DSLR from a typical point-and-shoot camera I’ve left my tiny Canon somewhere in my junk drawer, but after finding this gem I may have to dig it back up. It’s pretty exciting because you can get features like live histograms, depth of field calculation, under and overexposure highlighting, and, more importantly, the ability to shoot RAW. You just need to replace the firmware and voila. That’s all well and good, but you have to load the firmware every time or store it onto an SD card. Sounds like a real in the arse since it’s still a point-and-shoot.

How to give your low-end Canon digital camera RAW support [via BBG]

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