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Samsung unveils new Digimax U-CA 501 and 505
Mark Peters : September 21th 2004 - 19:10 CETupdated
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SamsungSleek, compact and ultra thin (97 x 52 x 25 mm), the Digimax U-CA 501/505 packs impressive features, including 5 Megapixels, into a stylish body that's small enough to take anywhere. The Digimax U-CA 501/505 has a 2.0-inch TFT LCD, which is a pleasure to use outdoors, bright enough to use even in direct sunlight for both composing and reviewing your shots. In Review mode, 8X digital zoom (max.) can be used to examine the detail in your captured images right on the back of the camera. The Digimax U-CA 501/505 features a high-quality 5.8mm focal length lens (equivalent to 35mm in 35mm format) and a 5.0x digital zoom. The camera's shutter speeds (mechanical and electronic) range from 2 to 1/1000 of a second (8 to 1/1000 in Night Mode).
Samsung unveils new Digimax U-CA 501 and 505There are 8 white balance modes, including custom settings, to ensure great pictures whatever the lighting. The Digimax U-CA 501/505 offers Super Fine, Fine and Normal JPEG compression modes and features resolution settings for still images. The Digimax U-CA 501/505 can also shoot movie clips with sound at resolutions up to 640 x 480 (VGA) at a maximum rate of 24fps for as long as the capacity of the memory card will allow.

Sound can be recorded for up to 1 hour with the cameras' built-in microphone and sound clips can be attached to individual still images during playback. These images can be stored on the camera's 16.0 MB of internal memory, or on an external SD/MMC card. The camera also features video out and USB ports, supported by 2 different power sources, the Li-Ion battery SLB-1137 and CP1.

The Digimax U-CA 501/505 also supports the PictBridge standard, allowing you to print photos directly from the camera on compatible printers - no PC required. If you value form as highly as function, and want an ultra-small high resolution digital camera, the Digimax U-CA 501/505 will fit your pocket.
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