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Minolta introduce www.MinoltaPhotoWorld.com

Dennis Hissink : 2003-08-14 13:24:42
Making its first appearance at CeBIT 2003, Minolta steps up its customer service and support through the creation of the new website, www.minoltaphotoworld.com. Offering a wide range of services, Minolta customers now have direct access to product information, technology updates, as well as photography workshops. As an answer to an increasingly large community of global customers, Minolta Photo World is an effective platform to bring all Minolta product users closer together, and to show them how to take even better photographs. Access to Minolta Photo World provides Minolta customers with the opportunity to learn all about imaging, photographic techniques, and image editing on the computer.


New Minolta Program Flash 2500 (D) flash unit

Dennis Hissink : 2003-08-09 00:16:32
Minolta is pleased to introduce the latest addition to its series of powerful flash units, the Minolta Program Flash 2500 (D). This flash is characterized by powerful, automatic performance enclosed in a compact, affordable unit. The Program Flash 2500 (D) is compatible with the Dynax SLR film cameras, the DiMAGE 7 series digital cameras, as well as the new DiMAGE A1. The Program Flash 2500 (D) can use ADI (Advanced Distance Integration) metering, a sophisticated system for controlling flash exposures. This is available when using D series lenses with ADI compatible camera bodies. With conventional flash metering, dark or highly reflective subjects can deceive the metering system and cause over or underexposure.


Minolta Capture application software for DiMAGE A1

Dennis Hissink : 2003-08-09 00:14:09
DiMAGE Capture is a remote-imaging software package expressly designed for the new DiMAGE A1 digital camera. With a simple USB connection, the camera can be controlled and monitored from a computer, and the image date can be directly stored on the hard drive. DiMAGE Capture enables all of the basic camera settings to be made remotely with the computer mouse. By simply connecting the DiMAGE A1 digital camera to a Windows-operated computer, images can be recorded directly from the computer. The camera's live image is displayed on the computer monitor. Clicking on the live image specifies the position of the Flex Focus Point for autofocus, or during manual focus, the selected image area can be magnified to inspect sharpness and clarity.


Minolta introduce new entry-level DiMAGE E323

Dennis Hissink : 2003-08-09 00:11:37
The new DiMAGE E323 is Minolta's latest 3.3 megapixel compact digital camera. Complete with extensive zoom capabilities, combining its 3X optical zoom with its digital zoom provides a 12X zoom range. Ideal for the casual photographer, it produces high-quality images and offers value-added features in a convenient and attractive package. The DiMAGE E323's precision electro-optical system is centered around a 3.3 megapixel 1/2.7-type interline primary color CCD with 3.2 million effective pixels for high-resolution images. This resolution can produce 10 X 14 inch (B4-size) 150dpi prints, or double-L size photo-quality prints. For those occasions requiring larger prints, the camera automatically resizes the captured data to create a 6 MP image.


New DiMAGE A1 with 3D AF and Anti-Shake technology

Dennis Hissink : 2003-08-09 00:08:54
Minolta introduces its next generation SLR-type digital camera, the DiMAGE A1. Abstracting the best features from the DiMAGE 7 series, the DiMAGE A1 was re-designed for today's digital photographer. With a 5 megapixel display and a 7X optical zoom, equivalent to a 28 - 200mm 35mm zoom lens, the DiMAGE offers quality and versatility in a compact, convenient package. Offering CxProcess II, the latest image-processing technology, this camera providing the tools to fully capture the power of digital imaging. The DiMAGE A1 has the world's fastest AF speed among 5-megapixel SLR-type digital cameras with a non-interchangeable 5x or greater optical zoom. Full-time AF continually focuses when the grip sensor is activated to reduce focusing time.


10X Mega-zoom SLR-type camera: Minolta DiMAGE Z1

Dennis Hissink : 2003-08-09 00:06:24
The DiMAGE Z1 is the first in an innovative series of Minolta's new user-friendly, powerful SLR-type digital cameras. Its 10X Mega zoom, equivalent to 38-380mm 35mm camera zoom, in combination with the digital zoom, offers a 40X zoom range. The DiMAGE Z1 comes complete with a 3.2 megapixel display and weighs in at only 305g. With Minolta's new drive mode, Rapid AF, and minimal shutter release lag time, this compact, stylish digital camera has all the necessary imaging tools to capture high-quality digital images. The 10X Mega-zoom is a fast f2.8 - f3.5 lens allowing fast shutter speeds for sport or natural-light photography. The ten-element, seven-group design employs two aspheric lenses to minimise aberrations and produce sharp images.


Minolta unveiles 5MP DiMAGE F300 digital camera

Dennis Hissink : 2003-08-06 08:59:01
Three quarters of a century's expertise and experience in optical technologies are reflected in Minolta's DiMAGE F300, one of the world's smallest and lightest 5-megapixel cameras with a built-in zoom lens. The striking harmony of form and function seen in its predecessor, the F100, has been taken one step further to create a digital compact camera characterised by high-quality, high-resolution images, advanced automatic functions and fast, effortless operation. In its looks the DiMAGE F300 is a clear homage to its predecessor, the F100 - the camera that launched Minolta's F Series with its philosophy of elegant design and sophisticated imaging performance.


Small, smaller, smalst, the Minolta DiMAGE Xt

Dennis Hissink : 2003-08-06 00:28:38
The new 3.2-megapixel DiMAGE Xt camera has more attractive features packed into an even smaller body that its popular predecessor, the DiMAGE Xi. The camera's sleek, go-anywhere design is the perfect accent to any lifestyle with an understated elegance that blends into all kinds of situations, formal or casual. A new design has cut 5% off the size and 8% off the weight of the DiMAGE Xi. At 85.5 x 67 x 20mm and only 120g, the DiMAGE Xt is the world's thinnest1 compact, planar digital camera with a 3x optical zoom and a start-up time of 1.1 seconds. The secret is Minolta's exclusive folded optical zoom system and a non-extending lens that maintains the camera's 20mm-thin profile while recording or when stored.






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10X Mega-zoom SLR-type camera: Minolta DiMAGE Z1
Minolta unveiles 5MP DiMAGE F300 digital camera
Small, smaller, smalst, the Minolta DiMAGE Xt
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