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First look at the new Pentax Optio MX camera

Dennis Hissink : 2004-04-10 00:01:02
We just had an opportunity to spend some hours with the new Pentax Optio MX camera, so we decided to get along and publish this first look. When we attended the PMA show in Las Vegas the Optio MX was suddenly unveiled. This strange looking compact digital camera reminds the veterans amongst us, of an ultra compact super 8 camera, but equipped with nowadays technique. The compact Optio MX camera is a digital camera combining film and video. The camera is equipped with a 1/2.7 inch CCD and offers 3.2 effective Megapixels, delivering a resolution of 2048x1536 pixels. This innovative, palm-sized Optio features a 10x optical zoom to capture still images and high resolution (VGA) full motion movies on MPEG4 format with zoom capability.


The Olympus E-System on its way to be successful

Dennis Hissink : 2004-04-01 02:39:47
The Olympus E-System is the world's first digital SLR-system based on the FourThirds standard defined by Olympus and Kodak. All components of the system and the complete range of accessories are precisely attuned to each other. Because of this professional photographers benefit to an optimum from the many advantages of digital SLR technology. Right now, six months after the official introduction on the market, numerous accessories are available, like interchangeable lenses and flash systems. Olympus received a Golden DIWA Award from the DIWA Awards organization, for their Camedia E-1 camera and a Golden DIWA Award for the E-System. An interview with Ulrich Götze, European Marketing Manager Digital SLR-systems Olympus Europe:


Three more brands support Four Thirds System

Dennis Hissink : 2004-02-21 08:37:07
Olympus Corporation is pleased to announce the addition of three more firms to the roster of companies supporting the Four Thirds System standard for digital SLR camera systems. The three firms (in alphabetical order) are: Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. (best known for its "Panasonic" brand products), Sanyo Electric Co., Ltd., and Sigma Corporation. The Four Thirds System standard continues to be open to all, and the participation of additional firms is being encouraged. The Four Thirds System standard defines a standard for the design and development of an entirely new generation of digital SLR camera systems.


Leica works on future digital cameras - soon M7d?

Dennis Hissink : 2004-02-21 08:12:35
The Leica Camera Group of Solms, Germany, plans to use the proceeds of the sale of convertible bonds to create the financial basis for its innovation and distribution strategy. The emphasis of the development work that is already in progress is on hybrid concepts that combine digital technology with proven analog products. According to Ralf Coenen, states chief of technology, "Well over one million high-grade Leica lenses for the Leica R- and Leica M systems await a solution for being used optimally in conjunction with digital technology. Our approach to digital cameras for existing lenses conforms to our philosophy of decades-long system compatibility and to our belief that the optics are the decisive elements for outstanding photographs.


PMA showcases Fujifilm FinePix S3 Pro camera

Dennis Hissink : 2004-02-21 08:10:12
Silently behind glass and looked over by many visitors is the Fujifilm FinePix S3 PRO camera standing that has been introduced some weeks ago. The new DSLR has a respected 12.3 million effective pixels or 6.17 million S-pixels with an added value of 6.17 million R-pixels if you like. The new digital SLR camera will offer a resolution of 4256x2848 pixels and has a Super CCD SR sensor measuring 23x15.5mm. The file format will be JPEG or CCD-RAW format. The camera features a dual slot; one supports xD Picture Card and the other supports CompactFlash type II (Microdrive). The new S3 Pro features the standard Nikon F-mount so the whole range of Nikkor F-series lenses (including AF-D, AF-G and AF-S type lenses) can be used.


Announcement specifications Nikon D70

Dennis Hissink : 2004-01-28 08:00:00
The Nikon D70 was introduced world-wide beginning of December 2003. The specifications were not revealed then but today we can announce them. The new D70 is a digital SLR camera that is within reach of many photography lovers now because of the attractive price. There are lots of people photographing with Nikon equipment who would like to step over to digital photography but are stopped because of the high costs of a digital reflex camera. Introducing the D70 brings digital reflex photography within reach. The recommended retail price is a lot more attractive than at the time of the introduction of the previous model; the D100. The D70 of course also uses the popular Nikon DX sensor format and the Nikon F-bayonet mount.






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