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Latest Digital Camera introductions

Olympus C-7070 first impression.
Olympus C-7070 WIDE ZOOM has been introduced to become a though contender. The Olympus C-7070 has a sturdy magnesium-alloy body and is equipped with a 7.1 Megapixel CCD sensor. The high-quality lens of the Olympus C-7070 has aspherical and ED elements and offers a focal range commencing at a wide-angle 27mm and extending all the way to 110mm (35mm equivalent) for 4x optical zoom power. The new pro-sumer digital camera provides the goods for versatility and excellence in all facets of photography. Incorporated in a compact Olympus camera for the very first time is a special 143-point dual autofocus system that enables Predictive measurements. In this way, images are assured incredible sharpness, even if subjects are moving...  Read the full story of the Olympus C-7070 first impression article.
Ricoh Caplio Pro G3 introduction.
Ricoh Caplio Pro G3 is launched by Ricoh. The Ricoh Caplio Pro G3 is a high-resolution digital camera that embeds captured images with GPS coordinate information received from either its on-board GPS unit or from external GPS devices. Once these captured 'geo-images' are transferred to a PC, they are automatically converted to shape files or merged to geo-databases for instant integration into Geographic Information Systems (GIS). Points representing each image's position may be hovered over to display a thumbnail, or clicked on to access the full-size image. In addition to storing GPS data in the image, the camera also utilizes a user-configurable data dictionary for tagging pictures with workflow-related information... Read the full story of the Ricoh Caplio Pro G3 introduction
Minox DC-5222 introduction.
Minox DC-5222 digital camera is now available on the market. Once again incorporates the latest compact digital camera technology and features while still retaining the company ethos of combining modern technology with the smallest functional design. An oversized 2.5-inch LCD monitor features prominently on the back of the camera and all controls sit comfortably on the camera and are easy to use. The Minox DC-5222 digital camera has a 5.2 Megapixel CCD sensor and fast multi-coated MINOCTAR autofocus lens with macro feature. The Minox DC-5222 has an 3x optical and 4x digital zoom offers the user plenty of freedom for everyday photography. Read the full story of the Minox DC-5222.
Olympus Mju mini DIGITAL review.
Olympus Mju mini DIGITAL is unlike anything ever seen before. With its futuristic design, smooth contours and specially-created lens barrier, this four million pixel model is way ahead of anything else. Consumers can choose from six striking colours of weather-proof bodies, so there should be at least one that suits your personal style. Naturally, the camera has much more to offer besides good looks. Its large, 1.8 inch, high-contrast LCD delivers bright, vivid colours and wide viewing angles. And true to the mju philosophy, the Mju mini DIGITAL complements its design and technological innovations with ease of use. A total of 13 scene programmes let the user master any photo opportunity with ease, such as portraits and night scenes. Read the full review of the Olympus Mju mini Digital.
Samsung Digimax V700 introduction.
For manufacturers, there is no better launch pad than the Consumer Electronics Show when it comes to introducing their hottest, most advanced electronics for the new year. Samsung Camera will do exactly that as they are set to introduce the Samsung Digimax V700 - a seven mega pixel digital still camera. Following the Digimax V50, introduced at CES 2004, the samsung V700 is the latest addition to Samsung's highly successful V-Series line of high end digital cameras. Competitively priced at $399.99, the V700 is sure to turn heads with its unparalleled style and host of features, making it one of the most affordable, advanced point-and-shoot digital still cameras on the market today. Read the full story of the Samsung Digimax V700.
Photo Finale Premium 3.0
Photo Finale Premium 3.0 is announced. Photo Finale Premium 3.0 is the first ever fully automatic red eye removal you can buy in a consumer software product. Photo Finale Premium 3.0 has done what others haven't been able to do: provide consumers using digital photography software with the ability to correct multiple red eyes in multiple photos with a single click. "This wasn't an easy task, because the software must be able to distinguish red eye when a person is sitting in a bed of red or pink roses, while wearing a patterned shirt," said Lee Whitney, Chief Technology Officer for Trevoli. "Knowing what is not red eye and maintaining the quality of the original photo is just as important as the correction process." Read the full story of the Photo Finale Premium 3.0.
Canon PowerShot A510 introduction.
Today Canon releases the 4.0x optical zoom Canon PowerShot A510. The super Canon PowerShot A510 (3.2 Megapixel) is smaller than many 3x zoom cameras and features 20 shooting modes, VGA movies, a powerful zoom flash, extended direct print functions, plus an optional waterproof case and adaptor lenses. 13% smaller and 20% lighter than the camera's predecessor - the popular PowerShot A75. For maximum versatility and ease of use, Canon has given the A510 a total of 20 shooting modes. For enjoyment, convenience and ease of sharing images while shooting, a new "Hold" function allows users to extend the display of newly shot images on the large and bright 1.8" LCD indefinitely after taking a shot, and to delete them immediately if necessary without the requirement to switch to replay mode. When the shutter button is pressed again, the camera returns to shooting. Ease of use increases with an improved, simple and more intuitive button layout. Read the full story of the Canon PowerShot A510.