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Olympus Japan unveils new Camedia AZ-1 camera

Dennis Hissink : 2004-04-19 11:30:57
Another ultra-compact at the front; Olympus Japan unveils the Camedia AZ-1. This new stylish designed model features an internal 3x optical zoom lens like we have seen before with the DiMAGE X series, or like the latest Sony DSC-T11 we informed you about some days ago. The Camedia AZ-1 comes with the world's first Mobile ASV liquid crystal display which results in a very wide angle of view of almost 160?. This 2.5-inch large display has a resolution of 215,000 pixels and due to the new Mobile ASV LCD technology the contrast is about 3x higher than the ordinary displays. Another new feature is the built-in photo album function allowing users to store their favourite photos into a virtual album and save them on the memory card.


Sony Japan unveils new Cyber-shot DSC-T11

Dennis Hissink : 2004-04-14 11:38:26
Thanks to the Japanese site Digitalcamera.jp and DPReview we can bring you the news of a new ultra-compact Cyber-shot digital camera; DSC-T11. Till this moment we are not sure if this model will make its debut on the European and American market, but we would be surprised if it doesn't. The model looks very similar to the DSC-T1, a camera that has been introduced in October 2003. Like this model the DSC-T11 has a Carl-Zeiss Vario-Tessar internal f3.5 - f4.4 optical zoom lens with a focal range of 38-114mm (equiv. to 35mm camera). The DSC-T11 features the new Sony Real Imaging Processor circuit which will stand for fast image processing. The camera is equipped with a 1/2.4-inch Super HAD CCD and offers an effective number of 5.1 Megapixels.


CeBIT introduction of the Pentax Optio MX

Dennis Hissink : 2004-03-23 07:16:13
Showcased in a display case during CeBIT 2004 in Hannove, Germany, but kept in al of our hands during PMA show in Las Vegas (February 2004) Pentax introduces this prototype as its highlight during the CeBIT show. I am pretty sure Photokina will give us some real exciting news. Video functionality has almost become a standard feature on modern digital cameras, however usually in a rather mediocre resolution of 160x120 or 320x240 pixels. With the Optio MX, Pentax now presents a camera the size of a cell phone that will also convince video fans with full VGA quality (640x480 pixels). And thanks to its 3.2 Megapixels resolution in the photo mode, digital photographers won't need to compromise, either.


Ricoh Caplio RX digital camera introduction

Dennis Hissink : 2004-03-22 02:26:54
Ricoh Caplio RX digital camera introduction : The new Ricoh Caplio RX camera is a slim, wide-angle 28mm (equiv. to 35mm camera) digital camera that has the world’s fastest shutter response and quick start-up time. This model is faster, slimmer, lighter and even easier to use than is predecessor the Caplio G4 Wide. The zoom lens with a focal length of 28-100mm (equivalent to 35m camera) has a very useful wide angle view that allows photographers to capture great landscape images, group photos and all other wide-angle opportunities. Built with incredible speed, the Caplio RX boasts the world's fastest shutter response time at only 0.12 seconds and extremely quick start-up time clocked at a mere 0.9 seconds.


Sanyo Xacti VPC-J4 digital camera introduced

Dennis Hissink : 2004-03-19 14:52:43
Sanyo Xacti VPC-J4 digital camera introduced : During the first day of the CeBIT show Sanyo introduced the Sanyo Xacti VPC-J4 digital camera. The 4 Megapixel camera has a sleek design and will captivate users from the very first glance. The ultra-compact size (101x46x26mm) combines perfect form with the latest in easy-to-use, professional technology. In terms of speed, the Sanyo VPC-J4 is a true racehorse: it is ready for use just 0.8 seconds after power on, in 1.5 seconds from one shot to the next and 0.5 seconds for playback mode. This means that the Sanyo Xacti VPC-J4 is one of the fastest digital cameras in its category. The internal optical zoom ensures outstanding picture-taking speed while protecting the lens from dirt.


Kodak introduces DCS Pro SLR/c camera

Mark Peters : 2004-03-19 12:46:21
Providing professional photographers with a choice of lens mounts on its new digital SLR cameras, Kodak introduced the KODAK PROFESSIONAL DCS Pro SLR/c, a digital camera compatible with the popular CANON EOS lens mount. It offers the same superior resolution, broad ISO performance and extended burst depth found in the acclaimed KODAK PROFESSIONAL DCS Pro SLR/n digital camera built on a NIKON F-mount and introduced in February, 2004. The DCS Pro SLR/c digital camera contains a high-performance imaging system and full size 35mm size CMOS (Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor) sensor, boasts 14 million pixels with a total available ISO range of 6 to 1600 and offers variable resolution raw files.


Konica Minolta DiMAGE G600 introduction at CeBIT

Dennis Hissink : 2004-03-19 12:19:31
Konica Minolta DiMAGE G600 introduction at CeBIT : Although a lot of introductions have been made during the last PMA, we still see new introductions a few weeks later. Konica Minolta DiMAGE G600 is focussing on the essence of what a camera should be, quick, easy to use, and capable of producing high-quality images that last a lifetime and beyond. This newly developed 6 Megapixel model features Rapid Response, an ergonomic and sleek design, and is packed with features that appeal to the range of beginners to advanced amateurs. The GT HEXANON Lens delivers high quality photographs. These images are then received by the 6.37 Megapixel CCD, which provides high-resolution and clarity previously unavailable from such a compact camera.


The Olympus CAMEDIA C-160

Mark Peters : 2004-03-18 09:00:00
Olympus introduces another new digital camera during the CeBIT 2004 event. The 3.2 million pixel CAMEDIA C-160 is the perfect model for those wanting to enter the exciting world of digital photography at an extremely affordable price. Compact and fully automatic, this model guarantees quality results while offering incredible ease of use. With its latest edition to the entry-level segment, Olympus raises the bar for its introductory digital cameras; all now have three million pixels or more. At the same time, this camera offers a bright f2.8 lens and a diverse range of automatic and special picture taking functions. Olympus, one of the world's leaders in opto-digital technology, is recognised for its high quality optical products.






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