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Truly MP313X MP3 player reviewed by I4U

Ilse Jurriën : 2005-10-24 02:28:00
Truly MP313X MP3 player review at I4U : The Future Technology News website I4U has reviewed the Truly MP313X Pic'n Roll MP3 player. The Truly MP313X MP3 player features a 1.8" color display with Photo Browser and is capable of holding around 2500+ JPEG images (base don 500KB average file size). The MP313X MP3 player plays MP, WMA and Secured WMA. The Truly MP3 player is able to store up to 250 songs (128KBps). The memory is expandable to 2GB with a 1GB Secure Digital flash card and via the supplied line-in cable you are able to convert music from your favorite CDs, cassettes and other sources into MP3 files and play them back on the Truly MP-313X MP3 player. I4U reviewer Ken Wold spent some time checking out the MP313X MP3 player.


Casio CMD-40 remote watch reviewed by I4U

Ilse Jurriën : 2005-10-24 02:27:00
Casio CMD-40 remote watch review at I4U : I4U, the Future Technology News website, has reviewed the Casio CMD-40. The CMD-40 TV remote is a fully featured watch that comes ready programmed with a range of presets that allow it to control the majority of TVs and videos available today. With 16 programmable memories you can control a wide range of equipment all from your wrist. If you take a look at this watch you will remember the days when it was so cool to have your own calculator around your wrist. Well, with the Casio TV Remote CMD40 you can have the same experience again. Of course time has changed and certainly time has changed technology that is used within the Casio watch. This 80 retro look has been reviewed by I4U.


Fujifilm FinePix S9000 review

Ilse Jurriën : 2005-10-19 02:20:00
Fujifilm FinePix S9000 review : At the time Fujifilm proved with the FinePix F10 that it was well possible to create noise-free images above ISO 400 with compact cameras, and that it was only a matter of time until a top model with the same technique would be introduced. The Fuji FinePix S9000 digital camera has become this top model. A very special digital camera, not just because of the Super CCD HR with Real Photo Technology, but also because of the resolution of no less than 9 Megapixels and a large optical zoom range running from 28-300mm (equivalent of a 35mm camera). As far as specifications and innovations are concerned, the FinePix S9000 is a really interesting camera. We were able to test the Fuji S9000 for a longer time.


Sony DSC-N1 reviewed by Steves Digicams

Mark Peters : 2005-10-18 00:45:00
Sony DSC-N1 reviewed by Steves Digicams : Our good friends at Steves Digicams have published their review of the new Sony Cybershot DSC-N1 camera. This new Cybershot digital camera is packed in a compact aluminum body that is only 22.7mm thick. The Sony DSC-N1 incorporates a 8.1 effective Megapixel Super HAD CCD and a Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar 3x optical zoom lens. The biggest surprise is the large 3-inch Clear Photo LCD Plus monitor that features a touch screen operation. Furthermore Sony took the opportunity to provide the new Sony N1 camera with exciting new viewing technologies like Pocket Album and Slideshow with music features giving the Sony Cybershot N1 user more and varied multimedia entertainment.


Konica Minolta X1 review at PhotographyBLOG

Mark Peters : 2005-10-18 00:25:00
Konica Minolta X1 review at PhotographyBlog : DIWA member Mark Goldstein from PhotographyBLOG has reviewed the Konica Minolta DiMAGE X1 digital camera. The 8 Megapixel DiMAGE X1 is extremely compact and represents a fusion of Konica Minolta’s best imaging technologies including the revolutionary Anti-Shake technology and high-resolution movie clips, both a first for the Konica Minolta DiMAGE X line, to provide the best image quality possible. To accommodate the camera’s high resolution while keeping the body as slim as possible, the DiMAGE X1 employs a newly designed “non- protruding” 3x optical zoom lens. The Konica Minolta X1 is equipped with a large, 2.5-inch LCD monitor that features a Bright LCD backlight function.


Ricoh GX8 review at PhotographyBLOG

Mark Peters : 2005-10-14 11:53:11
Ricoh GX8 review at PhotographyBLOG : DIWA member Mark Goldstein from PhotographyBLOG has reviewed the Ricoh Caplio GX8 digital camera. The Ricoh GX8 is equipped with 8.24 effective Megapixel CCD and packed in a slim 29mm package weighing around 200 grams. The interesting aspect of the Caplio GX8's zoom lens is the wide-angle of 28mm which is ideal for capturing landscape, street or architect shots. The lens is composed of 9 glass elements in 7 groups. The total optical zoom range is 3x with a 4x digital zoom providing the Ricoh Caplio GX8 a total of 12x zoom. Furthermore the Ricoh GX8 is very fast, it takes only 1.3 seconds from start up to take the first shot and is ready to take the next shot in 1.7 second intervals.


Konica Minolta Dynax 5D review

Ilse Jurriën : 2005-10-12 21:00:00
Konica Minolta 5D review : The Japanese company Konica Minolta is one of the last leading camera manufacturers to put an affordable digital SLR on the market. Currently they are doing their best to catch up and overtake their competitors. Not only by putting an excellent model on the digital camera market, but also by rapidly introducing a cheaper entry-level model. After all the Konica Minolta Dynax 5D was already announced within a year after the appearance of the Dynax 7D digital reflex camera. We have had the opportunity to thoroughly test this D-SLR camera and to form an opinion about it. The results can be read in our Konica Minolta Dynax 5D digital camera review.


Olympus Mju 800 review at PhotographyBLOG

Mark Peters : 2005-10-12 16:32:11
Olympus Mju 800 review at PhotographyBlog : DIWA member Mark Goldstein from PhotographyBLOG has reviewed the Olympus Mju 800 digital camera. The Olympus Mju Digital 800 features 8 Megapixels into a compact, metal body that is also weatherproof. Offering a 3xc optical zoom and the use of the all-new Bright Capture Technology photographers can rely on high quality image results even in extremely low-light situations. On the back of the Mju 800 camera you will see the extra-large 6.4cm LCD. The HyperCrystal LCD technology assures wide viewing angles and clear pictures even under bright sunlight. The TruePic Turbo image processor further optimizes image quality by boosting contrast and colour while also increasing processing speed.






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