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Fujifilm unveils FinePix F610 - 6 Megapixels

Dennis Hissink : 2003-11-26 09:50:32
Not satisfied with this outstanding resolution, Fujifilm has added its 4th Generation Super CCD HR sensor to the F610, allowing it to achieve a recorded output of 12 million pixels, meaning users can enlarge to unprecedented print sizes without loss of quality. Successor to the popular FinePix F601 Zoom, the F610 adopts the same upright format and builds on its performance and handling to create a formidable camera for photography enthusiasts. Feature-laden, yet easy to use, the FinePix F610 encourages experimentation whilst also offering automatic modes for the less confident user. The FinePix F610 is technically versatile and offers significant creative control over all elements of the picture-taking process.


Kyocera announces Finecam S3R camera

Mark Peters : 2003-11-20 16:51:27
Today Kyocera introduced its latest digital model, the Finecam S3R. The Finecam S3R features 3.17 Megapixels and is equipped with the "RTUNE" image processor, which offers the fast full-memory continuous shooting at 3.1 frames/sec. Thanks to the new "RTUNE" image processor, the Kyocera Finecam S3R, 3.17 Megapixel digital camera, offers the fast full-memory continuous shooting (When using a high speed SD memory card with a transfer speed of 10MB/second or higher. All of memory capacity may not be used depending on shooting conditions. Continuous shooting speed may be reduced in flash shooting, digital zooming and date imprinting mode.) at 3.1 frames/sec and high image quality with rich gradation.


BenQ releases new retro-style 5MP DC C50 camera

Dennis Hissink : 2003-11-12 16:14:37
BenQ is releasing a new high-resolution camera, the DC C50. This retro-style designed camera features a 1/1.8-inch CCD with an effective number of 5.0 Megapixels. This results into a maximum resolution of 2560x1920 pixels. The 3x optical zoom lens has a bright f2.8 wide focal length and ends in a f4.7 in tele. Its focusing range is in normal mode 80cm to infinity and in Macro mode 9cm. Beside the optical zoom the BenQ DC C50 can extend this range through a 3x digital zoom. According to William Wang, BenQ Vice President and General Manager of Imaging Network Business Group, the DC C50 camera has a stylish reflective metallic finish and allows everyone to brilliantly capture their most important moments with a user-friendly interface".


Nikon Coolpix 3700 introduction and first look

Dennis Hissink : 2003-10-28 08:00:56
Today Nikon introduces the Coolpix 3700, a surprisingly versatile and user friendly lightweight compact camera with numberless advanced functions. The new Coolpix 3700 camera is equipped with a 3.2 Megapixel CCD and a 3x optical zoom lens. It is designed to be a compact, easy to carry around camera that is not too vulnerable and may also be seen because of its nice appearance. The nicely shaped body of brushed aluminium only measures 95.5x50x31mm. We were able to get a first look at this new Nikon model and you can read about it in the extended article. Like all cameras from the Coolpix line, also this Coolpix 3700 is meant to give access to starting photographers to the digital photography.


Sigma SD10

Dennis Hissink : 2003-10-27 01:00:50
Sigma SD10 digital camera introduction : Back in early 2002 Sigma announced their first Sigma SD9 digital camera equipped with the revolutionary Foveon X3 sensor technology. During the PMA 2003 event and later on during the Photokina event Sigma caused quite a sensation with the final end-product, the Sigma SD-9. "What is the end result with the Foveon technique?" and "Exactly how many Megapixels are we talking about?", those questions have been answered back then. But now Sigma unveils their second DSLR camera, the Sigma SD10. Again this new digital SLR model features a Foveon X3 image sensor. This sensor can capture all RGB colours at each and every pixel. The design of the Foveon X3 sensor features three layers of pixel sensors.


Rollei dt4000 digital camera introduction

Dennis Hissink : 2003-10-24 12:16:52
Rollei dt4000 digital camera introduction: Rollei released this day two 4 Megapixel cameras and after looking through the specification sheets we can conclude that there are just a few differences between them. First of all the new Rollei dt4000 has a slightly larger tele range, 115mm compared with 104mm of the Rollei dt4200 camera. Further differences are an internal USB interface vs. docking station and a faster shutter speed of 1/2000s vs. 1/1000. With the new Rollei dt4000 Rollei expands its camera series with a new 4 Megapixels camera. The Rollei dt4000 is a compact, stylish metal body. The Rollei dt4000 has a 3x optical and 4x digital zoom, and also offers photographers the option to record movie clips and voice commentaries.


Rollei dt4200 digital camera introduction

Dennis Hissink : 2003-10-24 11:58:58
Rollei dt4200 digital camera introduction: Rollei has launched, next to the Rollei dt3200 already presented in September, a compact digital camera with 4.23 Megapixels and a docking station. The Rollei dt4200 has a compact metal body and features a 1/2.5-inch 4.23 Megapixels CCD. This sensor offers a maximum image resolution of 2720x2040 pixels. The 3x optical zoom lens with a brightness of f2,8 - f4,8 covers a focal length from 5.8 to 17.4mm or maybe more understandable a focal length equivalent to 35-104mm in 35mm photography. Beside the optical zoom the new dt4200 features a 4x digital zoom. Automatic focusing is possible from 0.5 m to infinity. In addition, there is a close-focusing mode for subject distances from 15 to 50 cm.


Sony brings world's smallest 5MP camera - DSC-T1

Dennis Hissink : 2003-10-22 14:35:00
Inspired by Casio and Minolta? Who knows, but at first sight it seems Sony has taken the best ingredients from the ultra slim cameras and added their wish list and 'Sony" specialties to them resulting into the world's smallest 5 Megapixel camera. The new DSC-T1 has a special design and features a Carl-Zeiss Vario-Tessar internal optical zoom lens. Internal optical zoom lens you said? Yes, by designing a special lens construction (like we have seen before with the DiMAGE X series) Sony was able to create a very slim body. The internal optical zoom lens has the advantage of a much quicker start-up time and a "full-proof" lens protection. Beside the internal 3x optical Carl-Zeiss zoom lens the DSC-T1 features a 5.1 Megapixel CCD.






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