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LetsGoDigital back in the office!

Dennis Hissink : 2004-02-21 08:47:59
After a 10-day trip to Las Vegas and afterwards visiting some friends in good old Florida we have returned to our little country The Netherlands. The PMA show in Las Vegas was fully loaded with all kind of introductions, high-resolution cameras and neat innovations. During this trip we have met all our good friends and colleagues who also attended the PMA show. As soon as we have settled and unpacked, and off course did some resting after this long trip, we will get back to our work and bring you the aftermath of PMA. The coming period we will focus ourselves on the new introductions and as soon as the new cameras will become available we will get them scheduled for a review.


Index Digicam: First Look of Canon PowerShot Pro 1

Dennis Hissink : 2004-02-09 15:00:00
Another interesting publication during these busy PMA times comes from Index Digicam. Our good friend Tibor from the Hungarian website Index Digicam has laid his hands on Canon's new top model; the PowerShot Pro 1. Tibor, who is active with the largest Hungarian digital camera website since 1999, has published his opinion and hands-on experience of the freshly announced new Canon flagship. The Canon PowerShot Pro 1 has 8 Megapixels on board and features a very interesting optical zoom lens. The Pro 1 is the first compact camera from Canon to be fitted with a Canon professional L-series lens (f2.4-3.5 28-200mm USM lens). The new PowerShot model is definitely reaching out to the professional or advanced amateur out there.


Two DIWA top awards for Olympus E-1 and E-System

Dennis Hissink : 2004-02-05 09:02:00
The Digital Imaging Websites Association (DIWA), a new industry organisation that seeks out the best in imaging products and recognises them in the form of DIWA gold, silver and bronze medal awards, today awards Olympus Corporation a DIWA Gold medal for the Olympus E-1 in the category of Professional System Camera. In addition, DIWA has decided to make a supplementary Innovation award in recognition of the Olympus E-System, which is in turn based on the new open Four Thirds standard. Consistently high scores were returned by DIWA testers reviewing a number of different Olympus E-1 samples. At the lower cost end of the professional system digital SLR camera market, DIWA's Olympus E-1 testers liked the camera's robust, weather-proofed design.


Casio QV-R40 digital camera nets DIWA Silver Award

Dennis Hissink : 2004-02-05 09:00:01
A DIWA Silver medal has been awarded to Casio Computer Co., Ltd (Consumer Products division) in recognition of the fine results achieved by the Casio QV-R40 digital camera when tested independently by several DIWA testers throughout Europe. The Casio QV-R40 is a very compact, fast-operating four megapixel digital camera that is affordable and easy to use. A number of different samples of this Casio model were tested independently by DIWA member testers and the combined scores for the QV-R40 achieved the necessary score to earn a DIWA Silver medal in the category of Amateur Compact Camera. Kai Thon, DIWA's test manager, observed: "With the Casio QV-R40, a new standard is set for user-friendly compact digital cameras."


DIWA makes inaugural awards

Dennis Hissink : 2004-02-05 09:00:00
DIWA, the Digital Imaging Websites Association, today announces three digital camera product awards, the first such awards from this recently launched industry organisation. Since November last year, testers from DIWA member websites covering the four corners of Europe have evaluated and compiled test scores for dozens of cameras. DIWA's rigorous technically-based scoring system has produced two winning cameras to date: the Olympus E-1 and the Casio QV-R40. The latter merits a DIWA Silver medal in the category of Amateur Compact camera and the Olympus E-1 a Gold medal in the category of Professional System camera. In addition, DIWA has chosen to make a special award to Olympus.


PhotographyBlog: review Ricoh Caplio G4

Mark Peters : 2004-02-03 04:53:08
Mark Goldstein, owner of the weblog about Photography, has published his review of the Ricoh Caplio G4. This Ricoh camera was announced last year around August and was one of the first digital cameras with a very responsive shutter time. Beside being impressive with shutter response time, the G4 has a very fast start-up time of 1.9 seconds. The Caplio G4 has a CCD with 3.24 Megapixels resolution and looks like the Ricoh Caplio G3 camera, but the G4 is roughly 10% smaller than its predecessor, and about 10 grams lighter. The difference comes down mostly to the removal of the microphone. The edge of the camera to the left of the lens has been trimmed a centimeter or so in the process, and the Ricoh logo moved under the flash instead.


DP-Now: Extended review EPSON Stylus C84 printer

Dennis Hissink : 2004-01-24 05:52:08
Our good friend Ian Burley, owner and editor of the UK based DP-Now website, has published an extensive and thorough review of the EPSON Stylus C84 printer. The EPSON Stylus C84 is a direct replacement of the Stylus C82. The Stylus C84 uses EPSON's latest DURABRITE inks that should give a great performance on uncoated plain paper through to special photo paper. This printer is capable of printing photos, web pages and presentations, but also large text documents. The Stylus C84 is capable of border free printing to A4. Separate ink tanks mean that less ink is wasted and the running costs are reduced. The EPSON Stylus C84 printer has a stylish design and silver finish and is suitable to do its job around any home or small office environment.


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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