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Fujifilm introduces FinePix A310 Zoom camera

Dennis Hissink : 2003-07-20 17:14:51
Fujifilm today announced the arrival of the FinePix A310 Zoom, a compact and stylish 'point-and-shoot' digital camera, boasting high image quality that belies its size. The FinePix A310 Zoom is the ideal 'take anywhere' camera. It's sleek, elegant and handles brilliantly, but don't be deceived. This lightweight camera boasts heavyweight imaging capacity. Successor to the popular FinePix A303 Zoom, the FinePix A310 Zoom is part of Fujifilm's latest line-up of digital cameras using the company's 4th Generation Super CCD HR technology to achieve sharper, higher quality pictures. The FinePix A310 Zoom uses 3.1 million effective pixels to produce an ultra-smooth 6 million recorded pixels.


Fujifilm unveils the FinePix A210 Zoom camera

Dennis Hissink : 2003-07-20 17:05:11
During a recent research study of 1,000 UK consumers, Fujifilm discovered that people who don't own a digital camera believe they are more complicated to use than a mobile phone. When questioned ?Do you think that the average digital camera is more complex to operate than a mobile phone?', a remarkable 50% more respondents answered ?more complex' than ?less complex'. This perception is likely to change with the announcement today of the FinePix A210 Zoom – a camera designed for users who are slightly more anxious about the leap into digital photography. With a 3.2 million pixel effective resolution and 3x zoom, the FinePix A210 Zoom is an impressive, yet affordable, choice for anyone moving on from compact film camera to a digital camera.


New Prosumer Coolpix 5400 camera from Nikon

Dennis Hissink : 2003-07-20 16:33:02
The announcement of the Coolpix 5400 strengthens Nikon's prosumer digital range and consolidates Nikon's position as one of the top three brands in the 5mp sector. Its 4x zoom lens gives a focal length of 28-116mm (35mm equivalent), covering a broad range of photographic situations from landscapes to interiors, family groups to individual portraits. The lens construction is 9 elements in 4 groups, comprising an Extra Low Dispersion (ED) glass element to guarantee sharpness and colour correction by minimising chromatic aberration, plus two aspherical elements to virtually eliminate problems of coma and distortion - even when used at the widest aperture.


Canon introduces Digital IXUS II camera

Dennis Hissink : 2003-07-20 15:42:01
Canon, leader in photographic and imaging technology, is pleased to announce the launch of its smallest ever digital camera, the Digital IXUS II. With a new platinum-white finish and cutting edge design, this super-stylish and feature-rich next generation Digital IXUS is an instant Canon classic. Ultra chic and ultra sleek, the all-metal bodied Digital IXUS II has an irresistibly silky feel. Canon's smallest 2x retractable zoom lens, 3.2 megapixels, and video clip and sound recording functions have been packed into the slimmest and lightest Digital IXUS body ever. "With stunning design and unsurpassed build-quality, this visionary camera goes right to the core of Digital IXUS philosophy", explains Malcolm Hills, Head of Consumer Imaging.


Firstlook on the new Canon PowerShot G5

Dennis Hissink : 2003-07-16 23:12:45
Today Canon introduces its new 5 Megapixel Powershot member of their successful range of G1, G2 and G3 cameras. The new PowerShot G5 is, surprise, equipped with a 5 Megapixel resolution and it looks remarkably the same as the Powershot G3 camera that was introduced last year. Last month we had the opportunity to take a quick glance at this new model and as far as we can see it has the same body as the PowerShot G3, but this time only in a black finish. The new PowerShot G5 has a nice bright f2.0 (wide) lens, a total of 4x optical zoom, and offers a wide range of functions for the serious amateur and professional photographer.



Kodak introduces three new EasyShare cameras

Dennis Hissink : 2003-07-16 23:05:04
Without any pre-information about this trio Kodak suddenly announces three new digital cameras. The new EasyShare DX6440 camera is the most advanced of the three new ones. It is equipped with a 4 Megapixel resolution CCD and a 4x optical Schneider-Kreuznach Variogon lens. New details are also an exclusive high-speed and low-light precision AF system and a new Kodak Color Science image processing algorithm. The second announcement is the EasyShare CX6330. This camera has a 3.1 Megapixel resolution and a 3x optical zoom lens. There are no specific new details on this one; it looks like an entry-level digital camera within the range of EasyShare cameras. The last one is the entry-level and price breaking EasyShare CX6200.


Toshiba introduces the new PDR-3340 3.2 Megapixel

Dennis Hissink : 2003-07-16 22:50:02
During the Digital Experience! 2003 Show Toshiba introduced the new PDR-3340, a pocket-sized powerhouse of a digital camera that combines a compact form factor with a newly developed 3.2 megapixel CCD, 6x total zoom, AVI extended-play movie mode, and the convenience of a 16MB internal memory plus SD memory card compatibility up to 512MB. Engineered to provide a new generation of consumers with a fun and affordable way to experience high-quality digital imaging, the Toshiba PDR-3340 is expected to ship in August 2003 with an MSRP of $249 (American market). Though it can work as a simple, point-and-shoot camera, the PDR-3340 has many of the same features found in the best of today's digital cameras.



Olympus introduces the Four Third System

Dennis Hissink : 2003-07-16 22:20:43
During a well-visited press day Olympus Europe introduces finally the long awaited new Olympus E-System. The Four Thirds System (4/3 System) is introduced as a new standard for next-generation digital SLR camera systems that ensures interchangeable lens mount compatibility. Mr Hans Thiele, Marketing Communications Olympus Europe, expressed the importance of this new standard for SLR systems. The Olympus E-System breaks the mould of previous digital SLR solutions and frees itself from the obstacles of the past. All components and accessories of the Olympus E-System, from the camera body, through flash units, to inter-changeable lenses have been expressly designed for digital use.






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