Rollei da 5324 - 5 Megapixel camera|
The da5324 digital camera features a 5 Megapixel CCD image sensor which provides the entry-level user an optimum basis for creative editing or photo realistic printing. Framing your picture is where it all starts. A 3x f/2.8-4.8 HFT zoom lens with focal lengths from 5.95-17.14 mm (equivalent to 36-108 mm in 35mm photography) and a powerful 4x digital zoom let you move in real close even to far-away subjects. A 2.4-inch TFT color monitor and an optical real-image viewfinder helps framing the moments.
Rollei da5324 - Camera Settings
Entry-level users want to shoot pictures in the most comfortable and easiest way. The Rollei da5324 digital camera offers a wide range of settings, starting white balance (Auto, manual, daylight, cloudy, tungsten, fluorescent 1 + 2), and flash (Auto, forced, off, red-eye reduction, slow-sync.) to Multizone evaluative, center-weighted average and spot metering, and right up to TTL auto focus. When it comes to exposure compensation, you have a choice of Auto or Manual over ±2.0 EV in 1/3 increments. To transfer your stills or video clips to your computer or a TV set, the camera has a USB 2.0 and a video interface (NTSC, PAL).
Rollei da 5324 digital camera features
- 5.19 Megapixels
- High resolution of 2560 x 1920 pixels
- JPEG format
- Video clip resolution 640x480 and 30fps
- Secure Digital card for storage, support up to 1GB
- Auto focus range 80cm
- Macro range 5cm
- Sensitivity range 50, 100, 200 ISO
- Exposure compensation
- Power source 2x AA format batteries
- Dimensions 89 x 60.5 x 28.1mm.
The company's founders Paul Franke and Reinhold Heidecke wanted to build cameras which were perfect and easy to handle. They wanted to make photography not only accessible to the professional photographer but to the wide range of amateurs. In 1929, the result was the legendary "twin-lens" which became the standard tool of professional photographers and the dream of every amateur enthusiast. The "twin-lens" formed the beginning of a long line of product developments. Others followed and among them the launch of the Rollei 35 in 1966, the Rollei SL 66 with built-in bellow, the first electronically controlled medium format camera Rolleiflex SLX, the 35 mm SLR camera SL 2000F with interchangeable magazines or the dissolve projectors which still are unique. Always on the assumption that products bearing the name Rollei represent something special, they must be of high optical and mechanical precision, be easy to handle and to operate, and be durable and of lasting value. In this context, new products for digital imaging and close-range photogrammetry open up new fields of applications.