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Olympus E-System

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-09-26 03:03:00
Olympus E-System : The Olympus E-System is a “designed-for-digital” SLR camera system that has grown considerably since the original Olympus E-1 camera body was launched in 2003. Today, the system includes 5 camera bodies, 17 ZUIKO DIGITAL lenses, and a wide range of accessories. In addition to this growth in the E-System lineup, we have lead the way with innovations such as a Dust-Reduction System, fulltime Live View, and the introduction of the world’s lightest, most compact, digital SLR camera body. We think of this as Chapter One in the history of the Olympus E-System, and we hope it has helped more people to enjoy photography and be satisfied with the quality of the images they obtain.


Digital SLR comparison at DigitalReview

Mark Peters : 2006-09-25 14:00:00
Digital SLR comparison at DigitalReview : Our good friends from the Canadian based website DigitalReview.ca have posted an article of the Sony Alpha A100 compared to the Nikon D80 and Canon EOS Digital Rebel XTi / EOS 400D Digital SLR cameras. The Sony Alpha 100 DSLR was introduced some months ago, offers 10 Megapixels resolution and features a new developed image processor. Nikon unveiled their D80 in the summer. The Nikon D80 incorporates a ten Megapixel CCD image sensor and a lot of technique from its big brothers the D200 and D2X. Canon threw their answer in the ring and introduced the Canon 400D digital SLR camera offering another 10 Megapixel of resolution and lots of interesting features.


Olympus DSLR at Photokina

Dennis Hissink : 2006-09-18 18:15:00
Olympus DSLR at Photokina : Those of you who have read our exclusive Olympus E-400 digital SLR preview may have noticed that we mentioned something about an upcoming answer from Olympus on their current DSLR E-System top model, the Olympus E-1. At the last Olympus press meeting we had in Hamburg, Germany, where we were informed about the new line-up of Mju and FE-series of digital cameras and the 10 Megapixel Olympus E400 digital SLR model, we received the information that the Photokina visitor should not expect Olympus to showcase an extra digital SLR camera next to the new E-400 model. However, we have got official information from Olympus Japan that, at Photokina 2006, Olympus will have more to unveil…


Canon Digital IXUS Diamond Edition

Mark Peters : 2006-09-15 21:30:12
Canon Digital IXUS Diamond Edition : Canon kicked off its IXUS 10 celebrations last night with a star-studded party at the Atlantis Gallery in London's Brick Lane. The event saw the unveiling of a diamond IXUS worth more than €40,000 as well as three new additions to one of the most iconic camera ranges of all time. Two key figures behind the IXUS success story - camera designers Yasushi Shiotani and Seiichi Omino - joined international fashion icons, celebrities and more than 600 media representatives to mark the tenth anniversary of the first IXUS. Shiotani's 'Box and Circle' design for the original APS-based IXUS camera in 1996 spawned hundreds of imitations and remains the signature motif of the range.


Fujifilm S3 Pro Ultraviolet & Infrared photography

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-09-04 19:10:00
Fujifilm S3 Pro Ultraviolet & Infrared photography : With the recent announcement of the FinePix S3 Pro UVIR, Fujifilm has unveiled the world's first production D-SLR camera capable of taking photographs in the ultraviolet and infrared light spectrums. But what does this mean and how does a digital camera that can take pictures at either end of the light spectrum help to empower photographers in technical fields such as law-enforcement, medical research, art history, science and fine art photography? The human eye is a remarkable imaging device to be sure, but it can't see everything. Its sensitivity range is limited to wavelengths that normally start at 400 nanometers (violet) at the short end of the visible spectrum and extend to 700 nanometers (deep red) at the long end.


Canon 400D

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-08-24 11:34:28
Canon 400D DSLR camera : Canon today announces its next generation D-SLR: the EOS 400D. Featuring a 10.1 Megapixel CMOS sensor, new EOS Integrated Cleaning System, larger and brighter 2.5" LCD and 9-point AF, the model is predicted to take the lead as the world's most popular camera. It is positioned above the EOS 350D, currently the fastest selling SLR camera of all time. Canon's EOS 300D, the world's first consumer D-SLR, kick started a digital revolution in 2003. "We are now witnessing a mass consumer trend towards D SLR," said Mogens Jensen, Head of Canon Consumer Imaging Europe. Consumer research shows it is not only existing film SLR owners now switching to digital SLR photography.


Portable Document Camera with Zoom Technology

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-08-21 01:03:00
Portable Document Camera with Zoom Technology : AverMedia Technologies, Inc., the leading provider of digital multimedia and presentation technology, announced today the release of the new AverVision150 Portable Document Camera. Featuring three mega pixel resolution, image capture and PC cam applications, detachable LED light module, and patented AverZoom technology, the AverVision150 is a comprehensive and high-value presentation solution. The new AverVision150 produces the sharpest and clearest images offered in a portable document camera, including not only documents and objects, but the ability to display microscopic images as well. AverMedia's AverVision150 Portable Document Camera is available now at and MSRP of $599.99.


One-time-use camera study

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-08-17 06:05:00
One-time-use camera study : As millions of people head to the beaches, mountains and lakes to enjoy the last few weeks of summer, many will want crisp, clear pictures to remember their adventures. But many hesitate to use a more expensive camera during rugged activities or at the beach. According to a recent survey by Eastman Kodak Company, 90 percent of Americans believe that one-time-use cameras represent a great companion to more expensive cameras to capture quality images in those situations where they might not want to risk a more expensive camera. Nearly 60 percent of Americans own more expensive film or digital cameras, but still turn to one-time-use cameras when they either want to protect their camera or isn't available.






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