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Steve's Digicams: review of the Pentax Optio 43WR

Dennis Hissink : 2004-07-07 03:27:37
Our good friends across that big blue ocean published their review about the new watertight Optio 43WR digital camera. The new Pentax camera features 4.0 effective Megapixels, a powerful 2.8x zoom lens, and a JIS Class 7 waterproof rating that keeps the Optio43WR watertight. So, go ahead and dunk the Optio 43WR! The latest PENTAX Optio digital camera is the perfect companion for outdoor photography in rain, snow or a day at the beach. (The Optio43WR may be immersed up to three feet for less than 30 minutes but should not be operated underwater.) The Optio43WR is compact and fast. The Optio43WR features an innovative image processing circuitry to record movies at the high resolution of 640 x 480 pixels.

Steve's Digicams: review of HP Photosmart R707

Dennis Hissink : 2004-07-01 02:44:20
Introduced at the PMA 2004 event in Las Vegas and the first of the new series; the HP Photosmart R707 camera. Our good friend Steve from the US based website Steve's Digicams has published his review of this stylish designed HP camera. It features HP Real life technologies that include: HP Adaptive Lighting technology, which automatically adjusts high-contrast photos to bring faces out of shadows and details out of backgrounds, and a new image engine which provides higher image quality and feature flexibility. This image engine, based on Texas Instruments' digital media processing technology is the power behind HP Real Life technologies, translating what the photographer's eye sees into the image captured.

Steve's Digicams: review of Konica Minolta G600

Dennis Hissink : 2004-06-23 09:17:03
Our friend, and DIWA colleague, Steve Sanders has published a review of the stylish designed Konica Minolta DiMAGE G600 camera. 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 and produces stunningly accurate images. These images are then received by the 6.37-megapixel CCD, which provides high-resolution and clarity previously unavailable from such a compact camera. Without any waiting time, the newly developed Signal Processing Engine enables a speedy 1.3-second start-up that has the camera ready in a mere instant.

Steve's Digicams: review Epson Stylus Photo R800

Mark Peters : 2004-04-14 06:12:01
Our good friends across the ocean were able to review a printer in between all those massive numbers of digital cameras to be reviewed. The new Epson Stylus Photo R800, introduced in November 2003, is a new desktop photo printer featuring new Epson UltraChrome Hi-Gloss pigment inks for archival prints on matte and glossy media. The EPSON Stylus Photo R800 is capable of making photo quality prints up to 8.5 inches by 11 inches on cut-sheet paper and up to 8.3 inches by 44 inches on roll paper. The Epson UltraChrome Hi-Gloss ink set is designed specifically for photographers and digital artists. This ink set includes eight individual cartridges and features the new Gloss Optimizer as well as Photo Black and Matte Black ink cartridges.

Steve's Digicams: Review Gateway DC-T50 camera

Mark Peters : 2004-02-26 02:20:29
Our good friends at Steve's Digicams, full of spirit and ready for the future, have published one of their latest reviews of the new Gateway DC-T50 camera. This new stylish shaped and ultra compact high resolution camera is kind of eye-catching. We have seen this camera before under its original brand; Toshiba PDR-5300. Gateway has no history in cameras, and sometimes this can work out quite well. Every new fresh approach is warm welcomed in the world of digital imaging, but on the other hand it could also turn out in somewhat a disillusion. The Gateway DC-T50 features a 5 Megapixel sensor and is equipped with a 3x optical zoom. The dimensions are attractive for those who are looking for an ultra-compact camera.

Steve's Digicams: Review Sony DSC-T1

Dennis Hissink : 2004-01-22 08:48:55
Our good friend Steve has published his findings about the stylish shaped 5 Megapixel Sony camera; the Cyber-shot DSC-T1. Sony has taken the best ingredients from the existing ultra slim cameras and added their wish list and 'Sony' specialties to them resulting into the world's smallest 5 Megapixel camera. The new DSC-T1 has a special design and features a Carl-Zeiss Vario-Tessar internal optical zoom lens. Internal optical zoom lens you said? Yes, by designing a special lens construction (like we have seen before with the DiMAGE X series) Sony was able to create a very slim body. The internal optical zoom lens has the advantage of a much quicker start-up time and a "full-proof" lens protection.

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