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Casio Exilim EX-G1 Rugged Camera

by Johan on November 18, 2009

Casio Exilim EX-G1 Rugged Camera

If you are an outdoor enthusiast who is searching for a new rugged digital camera, then check out the Casio Exilim EX-G1, which is designed to be able to withstand bumps and knocks. This camera is shockproof, dustproof, freezeproof and waterproof up to 10-feet for around 60-minutes. Available in black and red, the Casio Exilim EX-G1 comes equipped with a 12.1-megapixel 1/2.3-inch CCD sensor with a 3x optical zoom, and a 2.5-inch LCD display. In addition, this compact digicam also captures videos at up to 848 x 480 pixel resolution with audio in MotionJPEG-compressed AVI files. The Casio Exilim EX-G1 will go on sale in December 2009 for $299.99 a pop. Read more

Price Announcement For The New 10-20mm F3.5 EX DC HSM

Sigma Imaging (UK) has announced the price tag of its new 10-20mm F3.5 EX DC HSM. This new lens is priced at £649.99, and will be available in the UK starting July for Sigma, Canon, and Nikon, with Pentax and Sony in August. [dpreview]

Merry Christmas Folks!

by Jeremiah on December 25, 2008


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.

Thank you for your continued support and see you in a few days.. or hours! 😉

Target Digital Camera Gift Card

If you always have trouble in finding gifts for your loved ones, why not let them choose what they want. Simply give them this $50 gift card and you’ll put a huge smile on their face. This Target gift card also works as digital camera with specs include 1.2MP sensor with 50MB storage capacity, not to mention you’ll also get a USB cord, driver disk and a voucher that allows you to print up to 40 pictures at Target. Sounds pretty good to me! [TechEBlog]

Experience Your Photos in 360 Degrees 3D

by Stephen on August 21, 2008

Microsoft Photosynth 360 Degrees Tour

Microsoft has announced its new Photosynth application that can turn normal digital photos into 3D, 360-degree experiences. By providing large collections of photographs in the number of hundreds, Photosynth analyses each photo you upload for similar characteristics, and uses that data to recreate and map the environment digitally. Anybody else who sees your “synth” is put right in your shoes, sharing in your experience, with detail, clarity and scope impossible to achieve in conventional photos or videos. Excellent program you can use, right before you bring down the house for renovation – or move to a nicer apartment, incase you get nostalgic someday! [Photosynth]

Olympus Mju 1060

Olympus has announced a new model to its mju line-up yesterday. Mju 1060 also features the same 7x optical zoom lens as Mju 1010. The camera includes functions such as Advanced Face Detection, Perfect Shot Preview, Dual Image Stabilization, Shadow Adjustment Technology, Noise Reduction and also an Intelligent Auto Mode for newbies. The intelligent Auto (iAuto) function detects different scenes and automatically optimize the settings for the shot. The 2.7-inch LCD seen on the Mju 1010 has now been upgraded to 3 inches on the Mju 1060. This is useful for viewing pictures with a group of friends, as well as for framing shots. It is excellent point and shoot camera with long zoom range, but if you already have 1010, there might not be enough motivation to purchase 1060 as a replacement. 1060 has several colors to choose from, like Starry Silver, Midnight Black, Cyan Green and Pink. The Mju 1060 will be available in Asia from end August, but pricing is TBD. [CNET]

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