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Panasonic introduces Lumix DMC-FX7 and FX2

Mark Peters : 2004-07-21 03:20:34
Panasonic is introducing the incoming LUMIX models 5.0-megapixel DMC-FX7 and 4.0-megapixel DMC-FX2, incorporating 3x optical zoom (equivalent to 35mm to 105mm on a 35mm film camera) and MEGA O.I.S. (Optical Image Stabilizer). The DMC-FX5/FX1, the world's first compact camera with MEGA O.I.S., have been developed thoroughly into the DMC-FX7/FX2. DMC-FX7 has achieved the conspicuous downsizing by approx. 33% ( 94.1 x 50.0 x 24.2 mm ) compared to FX5/FX1, while adopting the 2.5" large LCD monitor. DMC-FX2 is the same in size with 2.0" LCD monitor. Both models have enhanced their excellence not only with the compactness and total number of pixels, but also with a long list of technical improvements like in the image processing LSI.


Panasonic introduces new 5 Megapixel DMC-LC80

Dennis Hissink : 2004-07-21 03:00:25
Panasonic is introducing new members to the LUMIX series with the 5-Megapixel DMC-LC80 digital still cameras. Equipped with a LEICA DC VARIO-ELMARIT lens, the new DMC-LC80 provides beautiful images in superior quality in addition to its stylish design and compact body. Thanks to the established Venus Engine LSI, the DMC-LC80 offers highly responsive operation, with a short release time lag, approx. 0.1 second, between the time when the shutter button is pressed and the image is captured, and a reduced shutter interval time. "Mega Burst Consecutive Shooting" also enables rapid, consecutive shots. The DMC-LC80 has been designed for minimum power consumption, thus the battery life is extended, which allows the shooting of even 320 pictures.


Panasonic SV-AV100 records DVD quality on SD card

Mark Peters : 2004-03-11 02:55:39
This new Panasonic camcorder is destined to change forever what we expect in home video recording: DVD video quality from a package about the size of a thick credit card and no mechanical recording media whatsoever, the world's smallest MPEG 2 camcorder. Officially, it's the new SV-AV100 D-snap SD Video Camcorder from Panasonic. Unofficially, it's the new standard for making home videos. The SV-AV100 is part of a totally new line of D- snap products just introduced by Panasonic. Measuring a mere 1.25 by 2.125 by 3.5 inches, it's designed to be truly the world's smallest high-quality camcorder and literally drops into a pocket, purse, or briefcase for instant on-the-go videos.


Panasonic introduces new 5 Megapixel DMC-LC1

Dennis Hissink : 2004-03-10 09:32:58
Back in October 2003 we informed you about the development of a new camera, the DMC-LC1. The DMC-LC1 has a digital brain but the heart and soul of a finely crafted 35mm camera, right down to its controls. A true breakthrough in digital camera craftsmanship, the 5-megapixel DMC-LC1 brings a traditional photographic experience to the digital world, evoking the look, feel, precision, and responsiveness of a 35mm camera. Zoom, focus and aperture are manually controlled by ring settings on the lens; shutter speed is controlled by a dial located on the top of the unit. And, like all of Panasonic’s Lumix models, the DMC-LC1 features a high-performance Leica lens for extraordinary image rendering.


Panasonic introduces two new 3CCD camcorders

Mark Peters : 2004-01-08 01:43:58
Panasonic brought a whole bunch of new products to the CES show in Las Vegas. Among them were the new Panasonic PV-GS120 and PV-GS200 camcorders featuring Leica Optics and 3CCD technology. The new models produce motion and still images with true-to-life colour and expressive detail. These top-of-the-line camcorders incorporate the same type of 3CCD imaging system used in Panasonic’s celebrated professional camcorders. Individual CCDs are used to reproduce the red, green and blue colours that compose an image for vivid, true-to-life pictures with remarkable depth and presence. They also boast the sophisticated Leica Dicomar lens, which has become known for its ability to capture and finely render the most delicate nuances of light and shade.


Panasonic unveils Lumix DMC-LC50 and DMC-LC70

Dennis Hissink : 2004-01-07 23:23:16
During the CES show in Las Vegas Panasonic presented their new Lumix digital camera line for 2004. Among them are two new digital cameras, the DMC-LC50 and DMC-LC70. Compact and lightweight, models DMC-LC50 and DMC-LC70 are great for both the beginner and experienced photographer. The DMC-LC70 boasts a CCD with an effective pixel count of 4 Megapixels, and the DMC-LC50 has an effective pixel count of 3.2 Megapixels. Each offers 3x optical zoom; Panasonic's high-performance Venus Engine LSI; 8-1/2000 seconds shutter speed; MEGA BURST recording; QuickTime motion image recording and many more advanced features. The DMC-LC50 comes with a video cable while the DMC-LC70 includes an A/V cable.






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