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Imaging Resource's latest digital camera reviews


Dennis Hissink : 2003-10-12 00:47:53
The guys of Imaging Resource have had a busy schedule lately. It seems that every other day a digital camera review pops out of the box! The latest review is of the Fujifilm FinePix S5000 camera. This model is already very popular among the readers and so it will be interesting to read what Imaging Resource's conclusion will be. The FinePix S5000 features a full 10x optical zoom lens and a fourth generation Super CCD. The maximum aperture range of f2,8 – f3,1 is pretty fast, but there are more interesting features, read the full review at Imaging Resource! The second camera is the very compact Minolta DiMAGE X20 camera. The X-model is the latest in the line of Minolta's ultra compact cameras.


Imaging Resource's first look of Minolta DiMAGE Z1


Dennis Hissink : 2003-09-24 23:32:39
Our good friends from Imaging Resource, the well-known and thorough website across this big pool called Atlantic Ocean, have posted their first look review of the new Minolta DiMAGE Z1 camera. The DiMAGE Z1 is one of the latest series of digital cameras featuring great optical zoom lenses and new designed housings. This new model was announced in August and has gained a lot of attention since then. The camera is a SLR-type camera with 10x optical zoom, equivalent to 38-380mm 35mm camera zoom. The resolution of the CCD is 3.2 Megapixels, weight of only 305g and a very compact housing. Beside being able to capture still images the DiMAGE Z1 can capture high-quality VGA (640 X 4) movies at a frame rate pf 30fps as well.


Steve Digicams review of the Canon i960 printer


Mark Peters : 2003-09-24 10:20:39
The new Canon i960 Photo Printer has been introduced in the first week of September. The 'ink' isn't dry yet and Steve already has his review of this new Canon printer finished and online! The Canon i960 printer has a very high density print head (3,072 nozzles) for its class and is capable of precisely firing up to 73.7 million 2 picoliters droplets per second. Combining this print head precision with Canon's six ink printing system the i960 photo printer is a natural for creating grain free photo prints with unsurpassed clarity, contrast, colour range, and tone. Is it capable of bringing the theory into practice? Well Steve of the well-known website Steve's Digicams has got some answers on this one.


Restyling of Kai Thon's DigIT website


Mark Peters : 2003-09-22 13:00:36
It has been four years now Kai Thon decided to go public with this website about Digital Imaging. Since the day DigIT became a fact Kai was literally sucked into this very active and fast world of news, scoops, reviews, links, etc. We know our good friend Kai has a lot of experience in the field and is always absorbing all the new innovations. But instead of keeping it for himself he shares all those facts with his loyal readers. His website is written in Norwegian, but this is no barrier for a lot of non-Norwegian visitors, including us, to visit now and then. His thorough and high-skilled reviews of entry-level or professional cameras are well-known and an example for many of us.


Canon EOS 300D/Rebel final production samples!


Dennis Hissink : 2003-09-15 14:36:10
The guys from A Digital Eye have posted an extensive initial impression of the already famous new baby from the Canon family. The new Canon EOS 300D, or Rebel for the US market, has made quite some fame before it actually hits the market. Of course the ground breaking price had some major impact and we are really very curious how the rest of those brands out there will react on this stunning manoeuvre of Canon. We actually did not expect the introduction and such a price to happen that soon, we thought of February/March 2004, but September 2003? No way! Well, Canon decided to force everyone to make a big step in staying an important player on the DSLR market or loose some share of the amateur DSLR market.


Interesting Imaging News on the World Wide Web


Dennis Hissink : 2003-09-14 09:28:19
We have two interesting news facts for you; news from the land of Fish & Chips and one from Hungary, land of the Donau river. First start with the news from the UK. Our good friend Ian Burley from Digital Photography Now (DP-Now) has opened a so-called interactive feature. A lot of you folks will blink your eyes and read it again, but well every day you could learn something new, haha. According to Ian, an interactive feature is an open article that will be updated with the help of a forum or the comments of others like you. The article will start to grow into a direction that has to been seen yet, so it turn into a great thing or it could end in a minute. The subject of this experiment is a detailed hands-on preview of the Olympus E-1.


Bunch of Canon EOS 300D reviews published


Dennis Hissink : 2003-09-06 10:22:16
It looks like it is all Canon over the Internet, at least in our little world of Digital Imaging. The new Canon EOS 300D has been reviewed by a bunch of guys, so if you are looking for some excellent opinions from some of the most experienced guys in this industry you just have got to visit the websites of our colleagues! The new Canon EOS 300D shocked the most of us. Ok, it was no secret that Canon would unveil a new SLR camera and yeah, everyone knew for a fact that Canon is a major player on the market for digital cameras, but introducing a SLR with a stunning price tag of $899 is just groundbreaking! The guys from Imaging Resource, DCResource and Steve's Digicams had their hands on the new EOS 300D.


Steve Sanders reviews 10x Super-zoom cameras


Dennis Hissink : 2003-09-04 22:21:04
Good old Steve Sanders of Steve's Digicams just posted his latest review of two new Super-zoom cameras. These two cameras are fairly priced for what they feature. The new 4MP Kodak EasyShare DX6490 and the 3MP Fujifilm FinePix S5000 are both compact cameras with a remarkable 10x optical zoom lens. The Kodak EasyShare DX6490 features a large, though not an OLED type, 2.2-inch color display and an electronic viewfinder. The zoom lens is fairly bright featuring f2,8 bright 38mm and f3,7 380mm (equivalent to 35mm camera). The second review is about the new Fujifilm FinePix S5000 camera. This new FinePix model is equipped with the latest generation of Super CCD sensors.






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