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Panasonic unveils new D-Snap SV-AS30 and SV-AS3

Dennis Hissink : 2004-09-22 12:37:07
Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. today introduced two new D-snap SD video cameras. The SV-AS30 and SV-AS3 can snap still and moving images, play back video and music files, record voice notes and share contents with a wide variety of SD-enabled products, including digital TVs, DVD recorders and printers. The SV-AS30 will be available to the public on October 30 and the SV-AS3 on November 27. The two models function as effective 3.2 megapixel CCD digital cameras, MPEG4 video recorders, AAC/WMA/MP3 music players and voice recorders recording up to 66 hours on a 1GB SD Memory Card. The SV-AS30, super-thin model, incorporates all these features in a compact 53.2 × 103.2 × 9.9 mm (14.0 mm at the lens) casing, the slimmest in the world.


Samsung introduces new 7 Megapixel Digimax V70

Mark Peters : 2004-09-21 19:30:40
With a 7 Megapixel high definition CCD, the Digimax V70 gives photographers the ability to print up to A1 size of poster with great detail. Coupled with the on camera trimming function this means you can get the shot you want without using a PC. The Digimax V70 has 3x optical zoom (equivalent to 38mm –114mm in 35mm format) and a further 5x digital zoom to give 15x total zoom. In addition, the Digimax V70 uses a Schneider Kreuznach lens, recognised throughout the world as being one of the leading quality lenses available, producing crystal clear images. The 2-inch, 117,00 pixels, LCD screen may be rotated up to 270 degrees enabling users to photograph themselves or to get great shots from new and different angles.


Samsung unveils new Digimax U-CA 501 and 505

Mark Peters : 2004-09-21 19:10:38
Sleek, compact and ultra thin (97 x 52 x 25 mm), the Digimax U-CA 501/505 packs impressive features, including 5 Megapixels, into a stylish body that's small enough to take anywhere. The Digimax U-CA 501/505 has a 2.0-inch TFT LCD, which is a pleasure to use outdoors, bright enough to use even in direct sunlight for both composing and reviewing your shots. In Review mode, 8X digital zoom (max.) can be used to examine the detail in your captured images right on the back of the camera. The Digimax U-CA 501/505 features a high-quality 5.8mm focal length lens (equivalent to 35mm in 35mm format) and a 5.0x digital zoom. The camera's shutter speeds (mechanical and electronic) range from 2 to 1/1000 of a second (8 to 1/1000 in Night Mode).


Samsung introduces Digimax A5 and A6 cameras

Dennis Hissink : 2004-09-21 19:00:27
The Samsung Digimax A6 and A5 digital cameras come equipped with a wide range of the most technologically advanced and cutting-edge features available on the market at an affordable price. The Digimax A6 has a 6 Megapixel CCD sensor and the Digimax A5 has a 5 Megapixel CCD sensor. In combining these sensors with a Samsung High-Definition (SHD) lens, these cameras deliver fantastic image quality. Users are presented with 10 different Scene modes (Portrait, Children, Landscape, Close-up, Sunset, Dawn, Backlight, Fireworks, Beach & Snow and Text) from which to choose to create the perfect shot. For the more creative user there is also the choice of aperture priority, shutter priority and fully manual shooting modes.


New Samsung Digimax A400 camera introduced

Mark Peters : 2004-09-21 18:40:56
A 4 Megapixel auto focus camera with 2.8x optical and 4x digital zoom, the Samsung Digimax A400 captures crisp images. The Digimax has a 2.0-inch colour TFT LCD that enables users to quickly and easily review and preview. The superb 5cm macro mode allows users to capture clear images of subject matter as close as 5cm from the camera's lens. The Digimax A400 offers a lot of features, including multiple flash modes, adjustable white balance and selectable ISO sensitivity (Auto, 100, 200 and 400). Digimax A400 users can capture both still images and movie clips with audio at resolutions up to 640 x 480 (VGA) at a maximum rate of 24fps. The length of the movie clips are only limited to the capacity of the memory card.


Fujifilm announces the new FinePix S3 Pro

Dennis Hissink : 2004-09-21 16:08:00
Fuji Photo FilmCo., Ltd. is proud to announce the debut of the FinePix S3 Pro - successor to Fujifilm's critically-acclaimed FinePix S2 Pro digital SLR. This model has been conceived as the camera of choice for photographers who wish to achieve image quality worthy of Fujifilm's professional film heritage. The FinePix S3 Pro incorporates the newly developed 4th Generation Super CCD SR II, with 12.34 million effective pixels (6.17 million S-pixels and 6.17 million R-pixels). Maximum image size is an ultra-high resolution of 12.1 million recording pixels, resulting in noticeable improvements in picture quality. The Super CCD SR II sensor's unique dual size pixel design produces expanded dynamic range.


Canon unveils new stylish Digital IXUS i5

Dennis Hissink : 2004-09-21 10:55:13
Canon today announces the exquisitely compact Digital IXUS i 5 - an undeniably chic new addition to the legendary IXUS collection. Available in four irresistible finishes - Platinum Silver, Midnight Blue, Bordeaux Red and Storm Grey - Canon's smallest ever 5.0 Megapixel camera is the ultimate digital accessory, designed to make taking great pictures simple. Half the size of many mobile phones, the silky look-and-feel all-metal body weighs in at just 100g. With a 6.5x digital zoom to close in on the action, the IXUS i 5 can shoot 180 second video clips with full sound and playback (up to 30 seconds at hi-resolution VGA). A Print/Share button makes for one-touch photo-printing to any PictBridge compatible photo printer.


Canon introduces new Digital IXUS 30 and IXUS 40

Dennis Hissink : 2004-09-21 10:49:12
Canon today unveils the super stylish brother-sister cameras - the Digital IXUS 40 and the Digital IXUS 30. A breakthrough in lens material science has paved the way for the smallest ever cameras from Canon to feature a 3x optical zoom. With beautifully rounded curves and polished, all-metal bodies, Canon takes the IXUS design philosophy to new levels. These petite and desirable digital accessories feature 'over-size' 2.0-inch LCD displays and blistering DIGIC II performance processing power for super responsive shooting, superb image quality, instant playback and the ability to shoot footage limited in length only by the capacity of the SD card. "Icons of design are created where art and technological breakthroughs collide."






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