Olympus Stylus 810 / µ [mju:] 810 Review

by Johan on June 26, 2006

Olympus Stylus 810 / µ [mju:] 810 Review

The new Olympus Stylus 810 is a compact 8MP camera with a 3x optical zoom, a 2.5 inch 230,000 pixel LCD, and a 28Mb of internal memory. Dcviews has a review of this camera. They wrote:

When you pick up the Stylus 810 you can feel that this is a quality piece of equipment. Its slim-line, durable all metal body gives the impression that this Olympus is built to last. Thanks to its compact and ergonomic design it easily fits a shirt pocket and its all-weather construction ensures that the Stylus 810 is equally at ease on a hot summer’s day as in a downpour. Mind you it is not submersible as some other Olympus models, but the rubber sealing throughout the interior of the camera will make sure that a drop of rain or speck of dust will do no harm.

The Olympus Stylus 810 is also called µ [mju:] 810 in Europe. The product package includes USB and AV cables, a wrist strap and printed instruction manual. For price comparison, visit Dcviews.

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Casio Exilim Card EX-S600D

by Johan on June 26, 2006

Casio Exilim Card EX-S600D

Casio Computer Co., Ltd., has released the Exilim Card EX-S600D. It is an ultra-slim, card-sized, and high-resolution digital camera which features a 3x Optical Zoom, 2.2 inch LCD, and anti-shake technology. The camera shoots 6.0 megapixel photos and takes high-quality movies in MPEG-4 format. This camera also allows users to take a high-quality movies in DivX format. An Anti Shake DSP feature reduces photo and movie blur due to shaky hands or moving subjects. Via Digital Photography Blog.

New Kodak EasyShare P712 Review

by Johan on June 26, 2006

New Kodak EasyShare P712

Eastman Kodak Company has released a new 7.1-megapixel digital camera, the Kodak Easyshare P712. It features a 7.1 megapixels (CCD sensor) with 12x optical zoom lens, a 2.5 inch LCD screen with optical image stabilisation, a 3072 x 2304 pixels maximum resoluton, a high-rez electronic viewfinder, 30 frames-per-second VGA video with sound, and basic on-camera video editing. SLRworld writes a review for this camera:

Its 7.1 megapixel sensor is paired with legendary KODAK Color Science image processing for spectacular, highly accurate color — shot after shot. Optical image stabilization provides a two-stop advantage over non-image stabilized systems for better capturing subjects in low light for both stills and video. It also minimizes handheld camera shake at longer focal lengths. The EASYSHARE P712 camera’s large 2.5-inch high-resolution indoor/outdoor color TFT display with adjustable brightness settings and electronic viewfinder simplify framing, reviewing and sharing pictures. TV-quality, 30 frames-per-second VGA video with sound (MPEG4) is always available on the P712 camera with the turn of a dial. As with all Easyshare cameras, the P712 model is compatible with KODAK Easyshare snapshot printers and camera docks.

The Kodak EasyShare P712 measures 108 mm × 84.2 mm × 72 mm and weighs 403 grams (without battery). It will be available worldwide in July 2006 for US$499. Via Newlaunches.

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World’s Smallest Color Wireless Camera With 434 MHz Transmitter

This is the world’s smallest color wireless camera which is available to the consumer market. It measures 1 inch x 1/2 inch and works up to 10 hours on a single 9 Volt battery. The camera wirelessly transmits full color video up to 1,000 foot range in the line-of-sight directly to TV Channel 59. The price is $259.99 each and available at Amazon. Via Ohgizmo.

Casio Exilim EX-270

by FreshEffect on June 24, 2006

Casio Exilim EX-270

The 7.2-megapixel Casio Exilim EX-270 features a sleek design and a 3x opitical zoom with a 2.5-inch LCD ideal for view past shots. The EX-270 drops next month and will cost $425. Via MobileMag.

Fujifilm FinePix S7000 Review

by Johan on June 23, 2006

Fujifilm FinePix S7000 Review

Imaging Resource has a review for Fuji FinePix S7000 Digital Camera. They said:

Because of the S602 Zoom’s high popularity among the enthusiast ranks, Fuji upped the ante and released the FinePix S7000. Offering many of the same great capabilities of the S602 model, the S7000 now boasts the highest resolution of a consumer level digicam that we’ve seen to date with its 6.3 megapixel Super CCD HR that interpolates to 12.3 megapixels. The camera also features an extensive flash range, and a higher resolution electronic optical viewfinder. With the same great exposure features, autofocus options, and performance as the S602, the S7000 is sure to be a hit.

The camera also allows you to take digital movies with sound at full VGA resolution (30 fps). Via Photography Review.

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