From the monthly archives:

April 2007

Sony Cybershot DSC-S800 Digicam

by Johan on April 30, 2007

Sony Cybershot DSC-S800 Digicam

Sony’s new Cybershot, the DSC-S800 provides both great looks and superior imaging performance. The digital camera is equipped with powerful 6x zoom lens, a 8.1MP resolution 1/1.8 inch Super HAD CCD, a 2.5 inch TFT LCD display with 230k color resolution, and a high sensitivity mode of ISO 1250. The DSC-S800 is also offers 12x digital zoom and a macro mode. Pricing details are still in a mystery. Hit the jump to read the list of specs.

Via LetsGoDigital and UberGizmo

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The Olympus X-775 And X-785 Digital Cameras

by Johan on April 26, 2007

The Olympus X-775 And X-785 Digital Cameras

The Olympus has released two new digicam. Dubbed as the X-775 and X-785 models, they are mid-range cameras which feature 7.1MP sensor, a 3x optical zoom, a 2.4-inch LCD, and an xD slot for storage. Other features include image stabilization mode, and a “super” macro mode. The Olympus X-775 and X-785 digital cameras are now available for around $200 and $260. Read the list of specs after the jump!

Via Newlaunches, Picture courtesy of LetsGoDigital

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The Minox DC 1022 Digital Camera

by Johan on April 20, 2007

The Minox DC 1022 Digital Camera

Minox Germany has recently introduced its new DC 1022 digital camera, which is equipped with a 10.1MP CCD image sensor, a MINOCTAR 6x optical zoom lens, and a 2.8 inch TFT LCD. Measuring 93mm x 57mm x 25.5mm and weighing at only 150 grams, the digicam is housed in a sleek brushed metal casing. The DC 1022 is one of the smallest and lightest cameras in the 10Megapixel market today. Other specs include SD card slot for cards of up to 2 GB, internal memory of 32 MB, microphone and built-in speaker, portrait, sports, fireworks, animal photography or night-time modes and aperture and shutter-priority modes. In addition, this camera also comes bundled with a case, wrist strap, USB and video cable, and a CD-ROM with software and a user manual. Sadly, there is no info on pricing or availability.

Via Minox

BenQ X725 Digital Camera

by Johan on April 19, 2007

BenQ X725 Digital Camera

BenQ X725, a successor of award-winning BenQ X720, features a 3x optical zoom in both static and video recording mode, Super Multi-Coating Pentax lens, 1/2.5 inch CCD image sensor and a bright 2.5 inch LCD display. The camera is currently available in black, red, pearl, and silver. It’s body was similar design to the X720, stainless steel with width 12.5 mm.

The digicam boasts a high light sensitivity up to ISO 1600 in static mode and up to ISO 4000 in recording mode to capturing fast-moving objects or takes photos in lightless conditions. The X725 also comes with an advanced Super Shake Free system, which effectively reduces image blurs from shaky hands when capturing images or videos.

Other features include 29-scene modes available for quick setting and adjustments, direct photo printing via PictBridge, SD compatible (up to 4GB+ removable memory , and 12MB internal memory. No info on pricing and availability yet.

Via Mobilewhack and LetsGoDigital

Sony HDW-790 HDCAM Camcorder

by Johan on April 18, 2007

Sony HDW-790 HDCAM Camcorder

Sony launched the HDW-790 HDCAM, a new and superior HD Camcorder, which is geared toward professionals. It comes equipped with some features include a 12-bit A/D converter, HD-SDI output, and AES/EBU input, a turbo gain function, slow shutter function, and Loop record function. Its price tag is at around $54,000.

Via Sony Japan

The Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ3 Digital Camera

by Johan on April 16, 2007

The Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ3 Digital Camera

Digital Camera Review has reviewed the Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ3 Digital Camera. The TZ3 is actually an enhanced version of the TZ2. The camera sports a 7.2MP resolution, a 3.0-inch LCD, and a 28mm wide-angle LEICA DC VARIO-ELMAR lens capable of achieving 10x optical zoom. It also provides the MEGA O.I.S. technology, which is an Intelligent Image Stabilization system that compensates for both hand-shake and motion blur. Here is the verdict.

The 10x optical zoom is impressive and not only because it’s a 10x zoom. It can also take 28mm wide angle shots (35mm equivalent), and as with all Panasonic Lumix cameras, it has optical image stabilization.Camera performance (shutter lag, cycle times, auto focus times) seems very good across the board. We’ll have a full discussion of image quality in the full review, but so far, I’m pretty impressed. The TZ3 accepts SDHC, SD, and MMC memory media. It also has just a bit of internal memory. A 1000 mAh lithium-ion battery pack powers the camera and Panasonic claims 270 shots by CIPA standards.

Via Digital Camera Review

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