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Epson unveils new 5 Megapixel L-500V camera
Mark Peters : October 7th 2004 - 15:00 CET
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EpsonThe Epson L-500V is a compact 5 Megapixel digital camera combined with a 2.5 inch Photo Fine viewer. It is the world's highest definition consumer display on the market with 256 pixels per inch (ppi) which enables accurate viewing and sharing of photos directly from the camera screen. The new L-500V was announced at the Photokina. The Epson L-500V digital camera is combined with an amazing 2.5 inch Photo Fine viewer, a low temperature polysilicon TFT technology display system that offers approximately 590K dots with a resolution of 256ppi. This enables the screen to produce vibrant colours for sharp and crystal-clear picture quality, superior to any product in its class.
Epson unveils new 5 Megapixel L-500V cameraWith the Epson Photo Fine viewer, digital photographs will come to life on the camera screen. The Epson L-500V movie mode offers users VGA resolution at 30 frames per second producing a fantastic, smooth movie watching experience. In addition the Epson L-500V digital camera has a direct print button that enables users to get their photos from a wide range of compatible Epson photo printers. Ernesto Monacelli, European Product Manager said, "Not only will this camera change the shooting and sharing habits of camera users, but it will help them to improve their photography techniques because the Photo Fine viewer allows them to instantly and, more importantly, accurately review their photographs."

Priced at ?399, the Epson L-500V is a stylishly designed digital camera that combines the benefits of two products in one: a digital camera and a high definition photo viewer."

The Epson L-500V key features include:

- 2.5 inch high definition Epson Photo Fine display
- High definition of 256ppi, 589,824 dots (512x3x384)
- 5 Megapixel
- 3x optical zoom
- Movie mode at broadcast quality (30 fps)
- USB DIRECT-PRINT
- PRINT Image Framer technology
- Recommended retail price of ?399, including VAT
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