Olympus Korea will release its new E-3 10MP DSLR camera and its new DSLR lenses in the Korean market. The camera will be released in Japan in November for around $1,750. It comes jam packed with a 10.1M Live MOS sensor along with Olympus’ TruePic III digital processing engine. The E-3 Digital SLR also sports 5 frames-per-second continuous shooting, 1/8000 second top shutter speed, and a dual-axis swivel 2.5-inch Live View LCD covering all the viewing angles from low to high and side to side. There is no info on pricing so far.
Aluratek has recently come out with this clever invention, the Aluratek 11-inch and 15-inch digital photo frame for viewing. The 11-inch has 1GB of memory while the 15-inch has 256 Mb of memory. Both of them have JPEG, AVI, WMV, MPEG, MP3, 1024×768 crisp resolution. They start at $200 and $300.
Good news for you. The Olympus E-3 DSLR is now official! The camera offers 10MP sensor, 2.5-inch 230k pixel live view display, “World’s fastest autofocus” with 11-point biaxial AF system, Image stabilization, and shoots up to ISO 3200. The E-3 is priced at $1,700.
Samsung’s newest camcorder, the VM-DX10, allows users to store videos on a three-inch DVD or on the built-in 4GB of flash memory. The video recorder also comes with a 2.7-inch touch panel, 3D Noise Reduction Filter, 26x zoom, and Hyper Image Stabilizer. Available in black or white, the VM-DX10 will be released in the Korean market next month for $763.
Priced for around $180(after conversion), the FujiFilm F480 is a 8MP compact digital camera that features 28mm wide-angle Fuji dragon lens with 4x optical zoom and 2.7 inch ultra LCD display. The camera adopts a special purpose lithium battery NP-40N for longer life and also sports XD/SD/SDHC memory cards for storage. It also offers the photo sensitiveness equal to ISO800.
The Sony Cyber-shot W80 digital camera was first announced at PMA in February 2007. This 7MP compact camera comes in a compact body with an optical image stabilization, a HDTV (1080i) output and an optional composite video cable. Other features include a face detection AF/AE, 3x zoom, 2.5-inch screen and a claimed 340 shot battery capability. dpreview has reviewed the Sony Cyber-shot W80 digital camera. Here is the verdict.
The W80 is a camera that is capable of producing surprisingly good results in good light at ISO 100 and is perfectly usable at ISO 400-800 in low light if you don’t want big prints (the church interiors in the samples gallery, for example, are better than I expected), but a camera that falls down in what I consider to be one of the most important areas for a camera such as this; pictures of people indoors in low light – with or without flash. If you’re after a ‘walk around’ camera for scenery then it’s not a bad buy for $200-ish, but if you actually have friends and family, and are still awake taking pictures after sunset it’s hard to wholeheartedly recommend it when there are so many better alternatives out there.
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