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PMA introduction: Olympus CAMEDIA C-770 Movie


Dennis Hissink : 2004-02-12 15:00:00
The Olympus PMA introductions continuous! The new model Olympus is introducing has real MPEG4 with sound on board. The 4 million pixel digital still camera Olympus CAMEDIA C-770 Movie is not only equipped with a powerful 10x optical zoom, it can also records full-screen quality MPEG4 movies with sound. This new feature allows television screen presentations and gives the user a perfect combination of both digital still camera and camcorder. The new C-770 Movie records a full-screen movie with a rate of 30 frames per second in MPEG 4 quality. The new flagship in the Olympus Ultra Zoom range features a bright (f2.8 – 3.7) 10x optical zoom lens which comprises eleven elements arranged in seven groups.


Canon releases entry-level 3.2 MP PowerShot A310


Dennis Hissink : 2004-02-09 15:00:00
Canon who made an impressive introduction some weeks ago of their new DSLR announces a whole bunch of new digital cameras today. Among them is the 3.2 Megapixel PowerShot A310. With a new Print/Share button and extended print functionality, the camera replaces the PowerShot A300. Although targeted at consumers looking for an easy-to-use camera, many features found in Canon's high-end cameras have been included to ensure that image quality and flexibility is maintained. These include Canon's highly responsive and award winning dedicated DIGIC processor for superb colour rendering and high image quality, a 5.1x digital zoom, movie clips and 5-point AiAF auto-focus with 5cm macro close-up.


Canon introduces new Powershot A75


Dennis Hissink : 2004-02-09 15:00:00
Today, just some days before PMA 2004 kicks off, Canon announces its new Powershot member, the 3.2 Megapixel Powershot A75. The camera has a number of new features including a "Special Scene" mode to deliver optimal results in difficult lighting conditions and a Print/Share button to make direct printing and uploading to Windows PC simpler. The new Canon Powershot A75 has 13 shooting modes, which include a new "Special Scene" mode. Within the 'Special Scene' mode we find six selectable pre-sets that optimise the camera's white balance, exposure and other settings for specific shooting situations. These scene modes are 'fireworks', 'foliage', 'beach', 'snow', 'underwater' and 'indoor'.


Canon releases new Digital IXUS IIs camera


Dennis Hissink : 2004-02-09 15:00:00
Canon announces the new Digital IXUS camera. This brings to a total of 30 the number of IXUS models (digital and analogue) released since 1996. The 3.2 Megapixel Digital IXUS IIs takes over from the popular Digital IXUS II. Launched to popular and critical acclaim in May 1996, the original stainless steel IXUS APS camera triggered an avalanche success. Canon has stuck with IXUS ever since, never straying from the IXUS philosophy of simplicity and beauty that feels great in the hands. Released in May 2000, the first Digital IXUS marked the beginning of a string of successes for Canon in the style-conscious digital compact segment. "This new range celebrates eight stylish IXUS years," said Mogens Jensen, Head of Canon Consumer Imaging Europe.


Canon unveils new 4MP Digital IXUS 430 camera


Dennis Hissink : 2004-02-09 15:00:00
Canon introduces a replacement of the IXUS 400, the Digital IXUS 430. This new 4 Megapixel camera has, like the famous series of ISUX camera is well-known for, a high-quality stainless steel body with the traditional IXUS feel and look. Images taken with the 4.0 Megapixel Digital IXUS 430 can be printed up to A3 size without image quality degradation. The Digital IXUS 430 includes a 3.0x optical zoom. Optical zoom ensures that the full sensor size is employed when closing in on a subject, so pictures taken with the zoom do not suffer from image degradation. The new IXUS model features 9-point Artificial Intelligence Auto Focus (AiAF) for fast and sharp images, even with off-centre subjects.


Canon unveils new IXUS camera: 5MP IXUS 500


Dennis Hissink : 2004-02-09 15:00:00
If one series of digital cameras has been successful it is the IXUS series from Canon. Since 1996 a total of 30 IXUS models (digital and analogue) have been released (including the new models). The new IXUS 500 is the flagship of the series from today. The stainless steel IXUS camera is a success since 1996 and with the launch of this new top model Canon will expect to maintain the same success as in the years before. In May 2000, the first Digital IXUS was released and immediately marked the beginning of a string of successes for Canon in this stylish designed compact segment. The new IXUS 500 is protected with superbly finished stainless steel bodies with the traditional IXUS feel.


New PowerShot S1 IS opens new line for Canon


Dennis Hissink : 2004-02-09 15:00:00
Canon releases the hybrid PowerShot S1 IS digital camera. A fully featured and well specified 3.2 Megapixel digital still camera with a 10x optical zoom, the PowerShot S1 IS is also a quality digital video camcorder, with capacity to shoot clear and natural video clips with 30 frames per second VGA resolution and high quality sound. An optical Image Stabilizer is featured, limiting blur in digital stills and keeping video footage steady. The 3.2 MP sensor and Canon's image processing algorithms allow enlargements without image degradation up to A4 in size. The PowerShot S1 IS features an f/2.8–f/3.1, 38-380mm (35mm equivalent) zoom lens. Optional wide and tele-converters are available to extend the lens range from 26.6mm right up to 608mm.


Canon unveils new flagship: PowerShot Pro 1


Dennis Hissink : 2004-02-09 15:00:00
Canon releases the 8.0 Megapixel PowerShot Pro1, the new flagship of the PowerShot range. Targeted at professional and highly advanced photographers, the camera is the first compact to be fitted with a Canon professional L-series lens; the f/2.4-3.5, 7.2-50.8mm (28-200mm 35mm film equiv.) USM lens. An abundance of features generally reserved for Canon's high-end digital SLR cameras combine to deliver outstanding camera performance and exceptional image quality for enlargements up to A2 size. Professional features include RAW file recording and a hybrid AF system, combining TTL and external metering focusing systems for fast and precise auto-focus. The Pro1 can shoot at 2.5 frames per second, and has shutter speeds from 15sec to 1/4000 sec.


Short Impression of the Fujifilm FinePix S20 Pro


Mark Peters : 2004-02-06 00:01:54
Just before the PMA in Las Vegas kicks off there are so many things to do, organize this, think of that and dozens of those small, but oh so important details. In between those hectic moments we found the time to take a very short look at the new Fujifilm FinePix S20 Pro camera. This new camera is very similar to that of the well-known Fujifilm FinePix S7000 camera but the engineers from Fujifilm did find the time to improve some features and add some as well. The FinePix S20 Pro seems to be more oriented towards the professional photographer or the well-equipped amateur photographer. Features like a PC-sync link, IEEE1394 (FireWire) and a Super CCD SR sensor are making this new top FinePix model noticeable.


Fujifilm unveils new FinePix A330 digital camera


Dennis Hissink : 2004-02-05 06:15:00
Well, we now start to ask ourselves whether it should be worthwhile to visit the PMA show in Las Vegas next week. It seems like every day there are camera introductions and with this tempo there are no brands left when PMA kicks off! But do not be afraid, we know that although the number of camera introductions from the past weeks is pretty high, PMA will be the show to be! Today Fujifilm unveils their new entry-level model in the FinePix series: FinePix A330. The A330 offers faster operation times and improved power consumption with new user-friendly menu navigation. The camera allows first-timers easy photography while keeping the overall experience fun. The FinePix A330 has 3.2 million effective pixels and features a 3x optical zoom.


Fujifilm introduces new 4MP FinePix A340 camera


Dennis Hissink : 2004-02-05 06:15:00
Fujifilm today added a sleek new entry-level model to its award-winning family of FinePix digital cameras. The FinePix A340 offers faster operation times and improved power consumption with new, user-friendly menu navigation. The camera allows first-time digital photographers to capture great pictures easily, while keeping the overall experience simple and fun. The FinePix A340 offers picture-takers 4.0 million effective pixels, combined with a 3x optical zoom, for printed images that look as real as life. The new model offer streamlined menu navigation, a quick playback mode and a slide-powered boot-up in sleek metallic bodies. The camera offers four scene position modes usually found in more advanced Fujifilm cameras.


Fujifilm introduces the new FinePix S3 PRO SLR


Dennis Hissink : 2004-02-05 06:15:00
Fujifilm today unveils one of its most eagerly anticipated products, the newest addition to its critically acclaimed line of professional digital cameras, the Fujifilm FinePix S3 Pro. Among the FinePix S3 Pro's list of enhanced features is its one-of-a-kind Super CCD SR sensor technology, designed specifically for professional photography. This proprietary technology creates a wider dynamic range to produce images that approach true photography quality. As a result, the FinePix S3 Pro will capture highlight and shadow detail often lost by digital cameras in high contrast scenes. In addition, Super CCD SR sensor technology provides a higher level of sensitivity, improved signal-to-noise ratio and more natural colour reproduction.


New Pentax Optio 30 announced


Dennis Hissink : 2004-02-02 17:57:24
Not one, or two, but three new digital cameras have been announced by Pentax! We already introduced to you the Optio S4i and S40, this time we can give you information about the Optio 30. Again we are talking about a compact user-friendly camera; 3.2 MP and a 3x optical zoom. Pentax had made special efforts to enhance the Optio 30 for an even simpler use. Despite its minimal dimensions the controls have been made as large as possible. The camera features a Simple Menu which offers straightforward explanations for frequently used functions. The Full Menu has also been enhanced too, allowing a whole range of camera settings to be fine-tuned so you can configure the camera in different ways as you gain more and more confidence in photography.


Pentax unveils the new Optio S4i camera


Mark Peters : 2004-02-02 16:00:00
Just before the PMA kicks off in Las Vegas Pentax decides to announce a new 4 Megapixels camera; the Optio S4i. This new model is very compact, but has all controls within the reach of ones hand. The S4i features a 1.8-inch TFT LCD monitor (resolution 85.000 pixels) offering 100% field of view. The 4 effective Megapixels resolution guarantees photo-realistic images and the 3x optical zoom, combined with a 4x digital zoom will give the user all-round comfort. The new Pentax Optio S4i has a stylish designed ultra-compact aluminum alloyed body that can even be used underwater (40 meters). With a total weight of only 120g (loaded and ready) and dimensions of 84x52x20.5mm you can carry this neat camera everywhere and anytime.


Pentax introduces the ultra-compact Optio S40


Mark Peters : 2004-02-02 16:00:00
Another pre-PMA release! Today Pentax introduces their new ultra-compact 4 Megapixel camera; the Optio S40. This attractive camera has an aluminum exterior, lies comfortable in the hand and has a nice stylish design. The effective 4 Megapixels resolution ensures photo realistic photos and the 3x optical zoom combined with approximately 2.6x digital zoom results in an all-round 8x zoom. The ultra-compact design embraces the unique Pentax Sliding Lens system that results in very compact dimensions. The camera is compatible with 2 AA batteries or 1 CR-3 battery. The dimension of 89x58.5x25.5 and a weight of only 125g make the new Optio S40 comfortable and handy to carry it with you at all times.


Kodak goes 6MP with the new DX7630 camera


Mark Peters : 2004-02-02 11:28:29
Another pre-PMA release and this time from Kodak. Kodak makes the big step into the 6 Megapixel league by introducing the new EasyShare DX7630 camera. This could be an interesting consumer camera where user-friendliness and high resolution go hand in hand. Unlike other manufacturers Kodak is one of the few brands that has actually introduced a 6 Megapixels camera; Kodak is taking some serious steps. With 6-megapixel resolution, a professional-quality SCHNEIDER-KREUZNACH VARIOGON 3x optical zoom lens, precision low-light autofocus system, and a host of creative controls, the camera is well suited for the avid photographer. It will be available in April 2004 for a suggested retail price of US$499.


New Kodak EasyShare CX7430, CX7300 and CX7220


Dennis Hissink : 2004-02-02 11:14:29
Well, its getting a little bit busy with all those introductions with the PMA around the corner. We are preparing ourselves to cover this great event in Las Vegas where location and event are perfectly mixed. Like every year we will report from the show floor and publish a special PMA report which will cover all the major announcements and interesting stories! Today we inform you again of some new consumer cameras. This time Kodak is introducing three new ones in the EasyShare line: the CX7430 camera, with 4 megapixel resolution and 3X optical zoom; the CX7300 camera, with 3 MP resolution and a fixed-focus lens; and the CX7220 camera, with 2 MP resolution and 2X optical zoom.


Casio presents the new QV-R41 camera


Mark Peters : 2004-02-02 10:53:14
Another pre-PMA release hits the Internet. The new Casio QV-R41 camera is the little brother or sister if you like of the CES introduction QV-R51. The QV-R41 has 4 Megapixels resolution and a 3x optical zoom. With the "Direct-On" function and the shutter release time of around 0.01 second, snapshots become child's play: push a button and the camera is ready to shoot in approximately one second; then press the shutter release, finished! Everybody who is visiting friends in the evening will appreciate these digital cameras. Poor lighting conditions? No problem! Whether QV-R51 or QV-R41: the 3x optical zoom and integrated flash with red-eye-reduction guarantee beautiful, sharp pictures.


Canon's EOS-1D II: 69 Megapixels per second


Dennis Hissink : 2004-01-29 05:00:00
Canon introduces a new remarkable digital SLR camera for the professional photographer. The EOS-1D II combines impressive speed and high resolution, the EOS 1D II delivers approx. 8.5 frames per second at 8.2 Megapixels, taking over from Canon's EOS-1D. These figures are quite impressive and somewhat suprising. Canon has integrated three new technologies to deliver the EOS-1D II's high-speed / high-resolution combination: Canon's next generation DIGIC II processor, a new CMOS sensor, and a new extra large buffer system. These technologies work in concert to deliver 40 frame bursts at 8.5 fps in JPEG, or 20 frame bursts in RAW mode. This high level of performance can be achieved in either Single Shot AF or AI Servo AF mode.


Nikon introduces the Coolpix 8700 camera


Dennis Hissink : 2004-01-28 08:00:00
The present top model amongst the digital Coolpix compact cameras is getting a bigger brother. The new Coolpix 8700 is a fully-fledged digital camera with a high resolution of 8 Megapixels which means a jump from 5 to 8million pixels. The compact housing of the new Coolpix 8700 is in fact equal to the housing of the last model, the Coolpix 5700. The Coolpix 8700 is equipped with a top class zoom lens which offers a zoom range of 8x. The new top model is aimed at the consumers with a broad knowledge of photography, and who are not satisfied with what the present generation digital compact cameras offer. The image resolution of 8 Megapixels offers more than sufficient material to try out different creative processes.






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