D-LUX 4 TITAN is a limited edition camera from Leica that will be launched for Japan market in January 2009. The camera comes with a 10.1M 1/1.63-inch CCD image sensor, the D-LUX 4 TITAN adopts a 2.5X zoom lens and a 3-inch 460,000-pixel LCD monitor. They will be available only in 1000 units. You can buy this for 122,000(JPY) and you’ll get a unique case made of finest calf leather. [AVING]
It’s Christmas folks, and while we here at TechFresh are lazying it off with our PS3 games, life at the beach and overpriced cocktails at 5-star lounges in Bali, we still want to wish you everything great that Christmas has to offer this year and that you will have the best time with your friends, family and loved ones.
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Here is good news for MacBook owner who also have the Canon 5D Mark II. Apple has released software support for the digital camera. What makes the Digital Camera Raw Compatibility Update 2.4 more special is that it also supports two more cameras including the PowerShot G10 and the Pentax K2000/K-m. The software update only needs Mac OS X 10.4.11 or 10.5.3 and later. [Image-acquire]
Some of the Canon 5D Mark II users has reported seeing black dots when shooting at high ISO levels. Canon is investigating what’s going on and how to fix it. Maybe they will release a new firmware update in the near future. Stay tuned fore more updates. [Electronista]
This watch is not only a music player, voice recorder, image viewer, digital camera and an e-book reader but it is also able to record video. This multimedia watch has a 1.8 inch TFT screen (160 x 128 pixel), built-in 8GB flash memory, built-in speaker, supports MP3, WMA and MP4(AVI) format, up to 8 hours of music playback, e-book browse function, USB 2.0 High Speed transfer and auto Power Off function. You can purchase this wearable gadget for $129. [Brando]
Rumor has it that Sony will announce their PSP phone product, but for now Petros Stambolis has given us The Playstation Compact, a digital camera with a serious PSP hangover. Look at that concept, The PSC (Playstation Compact) implements the Digital Living Network that allows you to share photos and videos wirelessly. It is a very interesting concept and I’m looking forward to seeing it in stores soon. [Designlaunches]