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Sony CyberShot W360


Ilse Jurriën : 2009-11-23 23:05:00
Sony CyberShot DSC-W360 digital camera : Leaking of information about new products seems to worsen with every year that goes by. And more often than not, it are the manufacturers themselves that can't keep the information a secret. This also seems the case with the Sony Cybershot DSC-W360, a possible new Cybershot camera of the W-series. Although the information we received about the Sony W360 is little to nothing at all at this time, we are still pretty sure that this camera will actually be introduced. Granted, maybe not this year, however, it is more than likely the Sony DSC-W360 will be officially introduced during CES in Las Vegas. Other details are based on the previous W-series cameras.


Sony CyberShot W350


Ilse Jurriën : 2009-11-23 23:00:01
Sony CyberShot DSC-W350 digital camera : It looks as though we're about to see a new Cybershot-W series cameras from Sony. Although we have received only minimal information so far, and it looks like the new Sony Cybershot W-cameras will not be introduced before the CES in Las Vegas. One of the new Cybershot cameras is supposed to be the Sony Cybershot DSC-W350. It is expected to feature a Carl Zeiss lens and at least a 5x optical zoom lens. When it comes to image resolution, we would like to see up to 12 megapixels combined with a Sony BIONZ processor. We do not expect the Sony DSC-W350 to feature an Exmor R CMOS sensor; instead, we think it will come with a CCD image sensor.


Casio EX-FH25


Dennis Hissink : 2009-11-20 14:00:00
Casio EX-FH25 digital megazoom camera : During the Photokina 2008 show, the FH20 was introduced. It was Casio's second camera from the High Speed Exilim series. Now, one year later, Casio announces its successor which it is currently destined for the Japanese market only. This is surprising and no explanation is offered. Perhaps the European and U.S. markets will have to wait until the CES 2010 next January, before being able to welcome the new Casio Exilim EX-FH25. The Casio EX-FH25 features a new CMOS sensor with 10 Megapixels of resolution and a 20x optical zoom lens. The Casio Exilim FH25 is a unique mega zoom camera; the extremely fast Burst photography mode makes the camera faster than a DSLR camera.


Casio EX-G1


Ilse Jurriën : 2009-11-18 23:39:15
Casio Exilim EX-G1 digital camera : Casio announce the release of the EX-G1 shock resistant, waterproof, dustproof digital camera - the first in the company's new Exilim G brand of digital cameras. With its smart design featuring functional beauty, the Casio EX-G1 delivers Casio's toughness specifications in a 19.9-mm low-profile camera. Casio first introduced the shock resistant G-Shock wristwatch to the world in 1983. The G-Shock brand has continued to be popular thanks to its rugged toughness and practicality even under severe environmental conditions and its distinctive design. In 2000, Casio launched the G'zOne, a mobile phone featuring toughness specifications, this line-up has been well received for its outstanding shock resistance and waterproof performance.


Ricoh GXR system camera


Ilse Jurriën : 2009-11-09 23:55:00
Ricoh GXR system camera : Okay…Take a Ricoh GR digital camera, make some components with it, sleep on it for a night and come up with a brilliant idea. That is how the new Ricoh GXR can be seen. Leaked information now indeed confirms the existence of a Ricoh system camera. The Ricoh GXR appears to be a standard compact camera in terms of dimensions, but the GXR is truly a system camera. For the first time, Ricoh experiences the best that the world's most compact system has to offer, even smaller than Olympus and Panasonic’s current Micro Four Thirds system cameras. Once again, Ricoh has distinguished itself from the masses and in the case of the Ricoh GXR, due attention will be paid!


Olympus PEN E-P2


Ilse Jurriën : 2009-11-07 17:30:00
Olympus PEN E-P2 digital system camera : Welcome to dimension PEN, where form and function unite to deliver the power and performance of a digital SLR with the ease and spontaneity of a compact camera. This latest retro-chic digital Olympus PEN builds on EISA’s 2009/2010 “Best Camera of the Year”, an icon of style and quality. To enrich photographic potential, the new Olympus PEN E-P2 includes an accessory port to clip on the electronic viewfinder or other accessories. It also enlivens creative impulses through two additional Art Filters and supplements ease of use with further innovative options. Cloaked in classic black, the hybrid photo and HD movie Olympus PEN E-P2 boldly brings fun and simplicity back in SLR quality.


Professional digital camera from Mamiya


Ilse Jurriën : 2009-10-25 09:55:00
Mamiya DM56 professional digital camera : Mamiya has partnered with industry leaders Schneider, Phase One and Leaf to produce the best of all worlds - the new Mamiya DM56 professional digital camera. The Mamiya DM56 camera features a 56 megapixel sensor, and is precision-matched to new optics designed by renowned lens maker Schneider-Kreuznach. "The results have created a new standard for digital images," says Mamiya Product Marketing Manager Mike Edwards. "The large sensor, 56x36mm, coupled with a 16 bit/channel color palette, provides exceptional color accuracy and rich high dynamic range images in just a single capture. Other professional digital camera systems simply cannot compare."


Mamiya digital backs


Ilse Jurriën : 2009-10-25 09:50:00
Mamiya DM digital backs : For 50 years Mamiya has provided professional photographers with medium format technology - film and digital. Mamiya is continuing that support by introducing four new Mamiya DM digital backs, available in resolutions of 22, 28, 33 and 56 megapixels. The Mamiya DM digital back series features 16 bit/channel image capture and recording, both in tethered and untethered modes, as well as the open-standard HDR-type Mosaic file format. Images from the Mamiya DM digital backs can be processed using a variety of popular professional software solutions, Phase One Capture One or Leaf Capture, both of which are included. Photographers may also choose to use many optional 3rd-party image-processing programs, such as Adobe Lightroom.


Mamiya 645DF


Ilse Jurriën : 2009-10-25 09:45:00
Mamiya 645DF medium format camera body : Mamiya, synonymous with professional medium format photography for 50 years, announces an entirely new medium format camera body, the Mamiya 645DF. The Mamiya 645DF delivers exciting advances in core-camera technology, including an innovative new selectable dual shutter system with available flash sync speeds of up to 1/1600 of a second. Designed specifically for use with digital camera backs in the Mamiya 645AF mount, the 645DF is a true open platform camera system, compatible with digital backs from Leaf, Mamiya, Phase One, and Sinar. The suggested retail prices for the Mamiya 645DF camera (body only) is $5,990.


Nikon D3s SLR camera


Ilse Jurriën : 2009-10-14 06:00:01
Nikon D3s digital SLR : Nikon announces the professional D3s, the digital SLR camera that enables professional photographers to take control of the unpredictable and extends the possibilities for action photographers everywhere. Built upon the widely acclaimed Nikon D3, the Nikon D3s advances low light photography to another level and sets in motion new creative options for multi-media movie shooting. Robert Cristina, Manager, Professional Products for Nikon Europe, comments: "The Nikon D3s SLR camera rewrites the rules for extreme low light photography, enabling photographers to take control of ambient light. Professional photographers from all over the world have contributed to making the best even better."


Waterproof budget camera


Mark Peters : 2009-10-13 14:00:00
Waterproof budget camera form General Imaging : General Imaging has added to its new range of digital cameras for 2009 with its first ever waterproof budget camera, which gives clear, crisp images both in and out of the water. The G3WP is a 12 megapixel digital camera with a 4x optical zoom and 4.5x digital zoom. The Waterproof budget camera boasts advanced features as standard including face, blink and smile detection, as well as the new Auto Scene Detection and Pan Capture Panoramic features. The most exciting function by far is the underwater photography and movie capability.


Minox DC 1211


Ilse Jurriën : 2009-10-08 14:10:00
Minox DC 1211 digital camera : Highest digital performance in a compact design: the new Minox DC 1211 not only boasts extremely compact dimensions of just 98.7 x 59.7 x 23.4 mm, it also stands out with its superb design, camera features and performance potential. These include a resolution of 12 megapixels, 5x optical zoom, a large 3.0 inch display, electronic face recognition, smile detection, optical image stabilization as well as a panorama and continuous shooting function. Incorporated in an elegant metal body the new DC 1211 gives the user plenty of scope for creative competition and is a stylish and high-power companion for every occasion.


Minox DC 1044


Ilse Jurriën : 2009-10-08 14:00:00
Minox DC 1044 digital camera : With its extremely slim dimensions of just 95 x 58 x 18.8 mm the Minox DC 1044 sets standards in the segment of powerful, ultra-flat digital cameras. This is not the only reason why the new product from Minox is so pocket-friendly: it also weighs just 116 grams making it a true lightweight. Fitted with a large 3.0 inch display, electronic face detection, smile detection and image stabilizer this handy digital camera is the ideal companion for every occasion.


Phase One 645DF


Ilse Jurriën : 2009-10-03 15:15:00
Phase One 645DF medium format camera : Phase One, the world’s leader in open-platform medium format camera systems and solutions, announced the Phase One 645DF camera. Engineered in partnership with Mamiya Digital Imaging for superior quality image capture and ease of handling, it sets a new standard for high flash sync speeds - up to 1/1600 of a second. Also today, Phase One announced the availability of three new high performance leaf shutter lenses, 55mm, 80mm and 110mm, all f/2.8 and all designed with the Phase One 645DF camera in mind. The lenses are a result of close collaboration with Mamiya Digital Imaging and Schneider Kreuznach.


Hasselblad H4D


Ilse Jurriën : 2009-09-28 11:45:00
Hasselblad H4D-60 high-end DSLR camera : With the release of the new Hasselblad H4D-60, the first H4D camera and most recent addition to the Hasselblad H System, Hasselblad marks the beginning of a new chapter in the history of medium format DSLRs. The H4D-60 will feature True Focus with APL (Absolute Position Lock), making auto-focus substantially easier and more accurate for photography professionals. As part of the celebration honoring the first manned lunar landing and the first lunar photography, camera manufacturer Hasselblad is announcing another first, the launch of the H4D camera series. The first model in the new series is the Hasselblad H4D-60, featuring a 60 Megapixel medium format sensor.


Minox DCC 5.0 White Edition


Ilse Jurriën : 2009-09-18 11:00:00
Minox DCC 5.0 White Edition digital camera : By presenting miniaturized versions of classic rangefinder cameras from the Fifties - with modern digital technology on the inside - Minox has superbly demonstrated how classic cameras of the past can be revived. Minox is now adding a new model to its Classic Camera Collection. The Minox Digital Classic Camera 5.0 White Edition excels with the innovative technology of modern digital cameras and a 5 million pixel resolution. The Minox DCC is a fascinating and unique synthesis of classic and modern features. The concept behind the White Edition is simply the Minox philosophy that focuses on the perfect and high-precision miniaturization of high-end technology together with a refreshing touch of extravagance and style.


Pentax K-x


Ilse Jurriën : 2009-09-17 12:00:00
Pentax K-x digital SLR camera : Pentax Imaging redefines the entry-level digital SLR category with the introduction of the K-x digital SLR. The Pentax K-x camera offers high-end features including Live View and HD video. And, since there’s no rule that SLR cameras must come in black only, the Pentax K-x will be available in a choice of white or black, as well as special, limited edition red and navy. Priced at $599.95 USD (for body with DA L 18-55mm lens), the extremely compact and lightweight Pentax K-x forges ahead on the trail initiated by the popular Pentax K2000. With a one-handed shooting design and simple, easy-to-use operation, the Pentax Kx is perfect for users stepping up from a point and shoot digital camera to their first digital SLR.


Leica M9


Ilse Jurriën : 2009-09-09 20:41:00
Leica M9 full-frame system camera : Leica Camera AG announces the world’s first digital rangefinder camera with a full-frame 24 x 36mm sensor. As the world’s smallest full-frame system camera, the Leica M9 continues the long heritage of the Leica rangefinder system, and unites more than 50 years of continuous technical improvements to the M System with cutting-edge digital technology. The successful combination of a high-resolution image sensor, the superior performance of Leica M lenses and sophisticated processing ensures the best imaging results, making the Leica M9 camera perfect for all fields of photography from reportage and ‘available light’ to the capture of discreet, spontaneous images.


Leica X1


Mark Peters : 2009-09-09 20:40:00
Leica X1 digital camera : Leica Camera AG introduces the Leica X1. Designed and manufactured in Germany by Leica engineers, this new Leica camera is set to become a future classic. The desirable Leica X1 achieves exceptionally high resolution and quality for a camera of such small dimensions, and will set new standards. The Leica X1 digital camera is equipped with a 12.2 megapixel CMOS sensor in APS-C format, as found in much larger DSLR cameras. This sensor, combined with the all-purpose Leica ELMARIT 1:2.8/24 mm lens, offers outstanding picture quality comparable with professional cameras.


Samsung ST45


Mark Peters : 2009-09-07 18:30:00
Samsung ST45 digital camera : Samsung is pleased to announce the launch of the 16mm ultra slim Samsung ST45 compact digital camera. The aluminium Samsung ST45 combines innovative technology and user-friendly features to deliver optimum photo quality in a light and stylish package. The 12 megapixel Samsung ST45 features a 2.7” QVGA (230K) TFT LCD screen and Samsung’s new “Smart Scene Recognition” technology. “Smart Scene Recognition” has 11 optimized picture pre-settings such as Portrait, Night portrait, Macro, Macro Colour, helping people take the perfect photos. You can also use these settings when sorting through your photos - making it quick and easy to find all the portrait, outdoor or macro images you’ve taken.






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