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Dennis Hissink : May 11th 2004 - 15:40 CET updated

Vodafone K.K. unveils 2MP mobile with 2x opt zoom!


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NewsIs this the beginning of the end of the traditional camera manufacturer's market share of 2 Megapixel resolution cameras? Today Vodafone K.K. announces the development of an interesting new mobile. The V602SH by Sharp is scheduled to go on sale in the second half of 2004 in Japan. The V602SH is the world's first (as of May 10, 2004) mobile handset to feature an optical zoom function. Combined with its high specification 2.02 Megapixel auto focus CCD camera the V602SH approaches the easy-of-use of true digital cameras without compromising the size and functionality of current mobile handsets. To achieve this, the V602SH uses a 'swivel style' design that allows the LCD screen to be reversed 180 degrees.
Vodafone K.K. unveils 2MP mobile with 2x opt zoom!The V602SH is the world's first mobile handset to feature a 2x optical zoom function. Combined with its 2.02 Megapixel resolution auto focus CCD camera, the V602SH can be used as a true digital camera in a variety of settings. The handset can also capture or play high-quality video at a maximum QVGA size (320x240 pixels) at 15 frames per second. By connecting the handset to a TV, you can also enjoy viewing your photos and video on a larger screen.

The V602SH uses a 'swivel style' design that allows the LCD screen to be reversed 180 degrees. Furthermore the V602SH is compatible with Movie Mask, a feature that lets customers append hats, neckties, teardrops, and other fun items to faces that are captured on video with the handset's camera. The morphed images can be saved as still photo and video files (these specs are subject to change as this device is currently in development) and attached to mails.

Main specifications are:

Weight – approx. 132g
Dimensions – 50x98.5x24.9mm
Display – 2.4-inch (320x240 pixels, max. 260,000 colours)
Sensor – CCD with 2.02 effective Megapixels
Zoom – 2x optical zoom, max 40x digital zoom
Storage – Secure Digital card




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