Casio has launched their latest ultra compact EX-S770, which is a 7.2MP digital camera with a 2.8 inch display screen, and supports SDHC, and Mpeg-4 recording at 640×480 pixels of video resolution. Casio Exilim CARD EX-S770 measures 94.5mm x 60.4mm x 17.3mm and weights 127 grams. One more pictures after the jump.
Samsung GX-10 DSLR features a 10.2MP CCD, 2.5 inch LCD display, ISO 1600, and a water-resistant shell. This camera goes on sale next month. However, there is no word yet on pricing.
This 3MP keychain camera is perfect for taking pictures on-the-go. It is tiny enough to slip in your pocket. The keychain camera also functions as a video recorder that can record 320 x 240 pixel resolution video and as a webcamwith 640 x 480 pixel resolution video. This gizmo boasts 8MB of internal memory, an SD card slot, and USB connectivity for easy uploading. It is available at Hammacher-Schlemmer for just US$69.95.
Seitz’s latest camera will shoot at 160MP to create a native 6 x 17 cm image. It boasts a shutter speed of 1/20,000th, 300MB/second read-out, and a ISO 500-10,000 range. Its mobile version costs US$32,266, while the studio version is priced at US$33,715. This camera goes on sale in 2007.
Microsoft LifeCam NX-6000 is the company’s first webcam which is designed exclusively for laptop use. Optimized for use with Windows Live Messenger, the LifeCam NX-6000 features the highest resolution video at 2MP. In addition, the NX-6000 can also take digital stills at 7.6MP resolution. Designed for mobility and durability, the LifeCam’s lens is retractable and it goes into hiding when the webcam is not in use. For audio, the LifeCam NX-6000 includes a unidirectional microphone for CD-like quality. The Microsoft LifeCam NX-6000 sells for US$99.99 and will be available this November 2006.
Samsung’s 7.2 megapixel NV3 digital camera does it all, from supporting most audio/video fromats to 15MB of internal memory. Other features include a a 2.5-inch LCD display, SD card slot, and a 3x optical lens. Via Trusted Reviews.
It is beautifully designed, extremely well made, handles comfortably and performs well photographically, although the “bonus extras” of MP3 and MPEG4 playback, and especially the text viewer, are really nothing special