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Ricoh Caplio GX digital camera preview

Dennis Hissink : 2004-05-24 00:15:00
Ricoh Caplio GX Preview : Some days ago Ricoh surprised us all with the release of the Caplio GX camera. This compact, black finished 5 Megapixel camera has an useful 28-85mm wide angle zoom lens which will be appreciated with the digital photography enthusiast among us. We received the new Caplio GX some days ago for a short term so we are able to give you a first look of this new Ricoh model. The camera has a firm and compact rubber handgrip with a built-in memory slot and battery compartment. These two compartments are covered with a multifunctional cover. This battery/card cover slides open in two steps.


DCViews: Review of the Sony DSC-T1

Mark Peters : 2004-04-03 02:59:03
The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T1 is a camera that should be awarded immediately with an award for its design. The beautifully designed housing, consisting of metal, has a large lens slide at the front which is also functioning as on/of switch. The DSC-T1 is a typical design camera but in this case one with a resolution of 5 Megapixels. The large LCD monitor at the back of the camera gives a full experience of the recorded image or recorded movie, stronger than ever before. The camera was introduced in November 2003 and is currently the most compact Cyber-shot camera. The Cyber-shot DSC-T1 is equipped with a new Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar lens with 3x optical zoom, a 2.5 inch hybrid LCD monitor and a streamlined metal housing.


Exclusive First Look of the Nikon D70 DSLR

Dennis Hissink : 2004-01-29 07:00:00
Finally we know more about the upcoming Nikon D70 camera. We have had the opportunity to get a first glimpse of this new DSLR and got an immediate positive feeling about the body. Compared with the entry-level DSLR of Nikon's competitor Canon EOS 300D we now feel a far more solid and well designed body, more like you used to feel when handling a Nikon F100 SLR camera. Confronted with the specifications we personally believe the D70 to be an upgraded D100 with an EOS 300D price tag. The uses of technical innovations first found in the D2H are now getting their debut in a very cost-friendly body! The sample we have seen today is a pre-production sample so we can't really reach conclusions yet about image quality, etc.


LetsGoDigital review: Kodak EasyShare DX6490

Dennis Hissink : 2004-01-20 00:05:07
August 2003 is the month Kodak introduced its new EasyShare camera. The EasyShare DX6490 is a digital camera based on the EasyShare concept that offers user's friendliness and simplicity. The new EasyShare model features a 10x optical Schneider-Kreuznach lens and a high resolution CCD that offers a resolution of 4 Megapixels. Large optical zoom lenses can be found on some quite strong brands like Fujifilm and Olympus and now we can add Kodak to the list. The specifications of the camera are very promising: a 10x optical zoom lens with a range of 38-380mm (equiv. to a 35mm camera), a newly designed fast and precise AF-system, a new Kodak Color Science algorithm for image editing inside the camera and a resolution of 4 Megapixels.






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