From the monthly archives:

November 2007

Black Casio Exilim EX-V8 Digicam

by Johan on November 30, 2007

Black Casio Exilim EX-V8 Digicam

The black version of Casio Exilim EX-V8 digital camera has hit the Japanese market. The camera features 8.1 Megapixel sensor, 11.8MB of internal memory, SD and SDHC support, ISO 1600, and Video recording in H.264, 30fps (a variant of Mpeg4). However, there is no word on pricing yet.

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Ricoh GR Digital II 10MP Digital Camera

by Johan on November 26, 2007

Ricoh GR Digital II 10MP Digital Camera

The Ricoh GR Digital II comes with a 10.3MP imaging sensor coupled with 5.9 mm focal length and a 4.0X digital zoom. The camera is now available at select electronic dealers.

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Ricoh Caplio RR770 Digital Camera

by Johan on November 23, 2007

Ricoh Caplio RR770 Digital Camera

The Ricoh Caplio RR770 digital camera features 7.16MP CCD sensor and provides 3 inch LCD display, 3x optical zoom and limited scene selections. The camera also has 32MB of internal memory and SD Cards slot for additional memory storage. The TFT-LCD monitor has enhanced 230,000-pixel resolution for crisp, clear image playback after shooting. No word on pricing and availability so far.


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Samsung VP-HMX10A HD Camorder

by Johan on November 20, 2007

Samsung VP-HMX10A HD Camorder

This is the first HD camcorder from Samsung which is currently available in Korea. The video camera has a built-in 4GB memory, a SDHC card slot, a 2.7 inch LCD, and a 10X zoom lens. It is also able to record H.264 video in 720P resolution. The Samsung VP-HMX10A is priced at $850.

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Egg Digital Photo Frame: Bringing Breakfast Anywhere

by Gizmo Girl on November 19, 2007

Egg Digital Photo Frame: Bringing Breakfast Anywhere

Take your breakfast and photos anywhere you want with the egg digital photo frame which features a 1.5-inch CSTN color screen, 8GB flash memory, BMP and JPG support, clock, manual or automatic picture view through slideshow, and 80 picture storage with 128 x 128Pixel resolution.

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LaserScan Long Range Hidden Camera Detector

by Gizmo Girl on November 15, 2007

LaserScan Long Range Hidden Camera Detector

This awesome camera can spot a covert camera up to 50 feet away! It features 2 pulsating lasers and an optical glass view port which is what spots the hidden cameras in the first place. So now you can out smart even the sneakiest spies with this camera detector! $350


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