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New Vivitar cameras

Ilse Jurriën : 2009-03-05 22:55:00
Vivitar cameras and lenses : Sakar International unveils a new line of Vivitar products including digital, underwater and video cameras, digital SLR camera lenses and flashes, and a battery charger that accommodates over 300 different camera and other lithium ion batteries. The products are Sakar’s first Vivitar-branded SKUs since Sakar acquired the well-known brand last year in a bid to broaden its camera offerings. Combining the strong feature set and moderate pricing that have characterized Vivitar photography products for over 70 years, the new cameras include : Vivitar V8400P Underwater camera, Vivitar DVR840XHD camcorder and the Vivitar V8025 digital camera.


Kodak 35mm cameras & accessories

Ilse Jurriën : 2009-03-05 22:50:00
Kodak 35mm film cameras & accessories : Sakar International announces a licensing agreement to produce Kodak-branded 35mm cameras and accessories. The products will be released in the second quarter of 2009. Sakar’s Kodak-branded line will launch with approximately a dozen SKUs including 35mm cameras bundled with Kodak film, SLR cameras, webcams and card readers. MSRPs will range from $15-$25 (US) for the reloadable 35mm cameras to $200 (US) for the SLR cameras. The series will also include Kodak-branded computer peripherals such as computer mice, mouse pads, multimedia keyboards, and laptop cooling docks. Peripheral prices will range from U.S. $15 to $80. The new products will be sold through Sakar’s extensive distribution channels worldwide.


Kodak Single Use Camera

Ilse Jurriën : 2009-03-03 23:00:00
Kodak Single Use Camera : Businesses and organisations from virtually any industry can now add a unique dimension to their brand by creating their own KODAK Custom Single Use Camera adorned with customised artwork such as a company logo, event image, or a sales convention theme. While KODAK Cameras have always been used to create memories via the images they capture, the camera now becomes part of the memory with this new service. Kodak’s custom cameras have already been very well received by businesses and organisations such as NASCAR, Disney, the U.K.’s Natural History Museum and the Rochester Rhinos soccer team who all tested the concept last year.


Kodak EasyShare Z915

Dennis Hissink : 2009-03-03 01:30:00
Kodak EasyShare Z915 digital camera : At the Sneak Peak event Kodak showed us a new camera, the Kodak EasyShare Z915, which will be officially announced at the PMA 2009 show. The Sneak Peak is taking place the day prior to the opening of the PMA 09 International Convention and Trade Show, and provides the photo imaging trade/consumer press the chance to meet with PMA exhibitors to discuss the newest imaging products, cutting-edge technologies and services in tabletop presentations. Unfortunately camera specifications were not available but from what we found out at the table is that the Kodak Z915 offers 10 Megapixels resolution, image stabilization system, 10x optical zoom and it will come available in four colors; grey, red, blue and black.


Pentax X70

Ilse Jurriën : 2009-03-02 19:55:00
Pentax X70 Megazoom digital camera : Just before the PMA 2009 Show kicks off, rumors and leaks are daily business. Most brands have already introduced their new digital camera line-up, but still no word from Pentax so far. However; we strongly believe that a new Pentax DSLR is on its way. The following text is a copy of the information we have received from an active Pentax forum member. Until we receive the official information we consider the following information still as unofficial.


Pentax hybrid digital camera coming up?

Dennis Hissink : 2009-03-01 20:24:04
Pentax hybrid camera to be launched? : The German magazine Colorfoto has published an article about the new Olympus E-620 camera with a product shot that is certainly not an Olympus DSLR but appears to be a Pentax camera that could not be identified so far. This close to the PMA show, a continuous flood of speculations, one after the other, appears, and all we can do is wait and see what's going to happen. At this moment, all we know about the new Pentax camera is what we can decipher on its back. The camera lacks an optical viewfinder, but does sport an electronic viewfinder (EVF) and a large sized LCD monitor. This seems to indicate a large optical zoom range or a hybrid digital camera.


Polaroid PoGo digital camera

Mark Peters : 2009-01-12 16:00:00
Polaroid PoGo instant camera : Polaroid announces the launch of the Polaroid PoGo digital camera, the first digital camera and instant printer combination available in the U.S. and Europe that is portable enough to take anywhere. With the push of a button, consumers can select from among the digital photos on the camera, crop or edit them and in less than 60 seconds, print full-color, 2x3-inch prints - all with a single device. “Unlike traditional instant film, photos from the Polaroid PoGo Instant Digital Camera emerge fully developed,” Pollock says. “While many of our most passionate customers tell us “shaking” a Polaroid photo is part of the fun, with any Polaroid photo, the “shake” is totally optional.”






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