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Dennis Hissink : August 5th 2003 - 13:45 CET

Epson introduce the PhotoPC L-400 camera


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EpsonThe EPSON PhotoPC L-400 digital camera, announced today, has been designed for the family camera user who is seeking superb quality images at the touch of a button. EPSON’s latest digital camera features a 4.07 MegaPixel CCD to deliver high quality, high-resolution images. With a built-in EPSON PhotoPC Engine, users can print high-street quality photos directly to EPSON’s range of photo printers. And EPSON has teamed up with Disney to offer exclusive Disney frames via EPSON Print Image Framer Technology. This allows users to frame their images with their favourite Disney characters whilst taking the photograph, without the need for a computer. The PhotoPC L-400 is EPSON’s most compact and comprehensive digital camera to date.
Boasting a 3x optical and 3x digital zoom, users can capture perfect shots from anywhere and then preview their photographs on the sharp 1.5-inch LCD display. Exif print ensures superb image quality and exclusive EPSON PIM II technology ensures that the camera’s imaging characteristics are accurately reflected in the final print.

To offer the user maximum flexibility and cost effectiveness, the EPSON PhotoPC energy management system allows standard AA batteries to take 500 Photos before they need replacing or recharging – useful for families abroad or away from electronic retail outlets.

The PhotoPC L-400 comes with a 16MB SD memory card for safely storing up to 127 standard resolution photographs before transferring them to a computer via the camera’s fast USB connection or a memory card reader.

Smart technology and wide range of features in the PhotoPC L-400 are complemented with a new compact design. The camera’s metallic case is light, robust and is perfect for the consumer on the move making it one of the most comprehensive, stylish cameras on the market today.

Other features include four different flash settings and Portrait, Landscape and Macro modes that adjust the relevant depth of field automatically. Video Clip and Continuous Shooting modes are also standard. For the more experienced user, the Exposure Compensation, ISO Sensitivity and White Balance can all be manually adjusted through the user-friendly interface.




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