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Real Life technologies

Technologies found in some HP digital cameras, printers and scanners that are designed to help users get better quality images. HP's Photosmart digital cameras that have Real Life technologies are designed to produce crisper, more realistic and more true-to-life photos. The Real Life features include HP in-camera red-eye removal, HP Adaptive Lighting technology, HP in-camera panorama preview , HP in-camera panorama stitching, HP Image Advice and HP still images from video.

See also "The Digital Camera Picture" in Webopedia's Quick Reference section.

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