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.

Olympus E-330 And E-300 Firmware Updates

by Johan on June 23, 2006

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Olympus has released firmware updates for their digital SLR’s. Both of the E-330 firmware update to version 1.2 and the E-300 update to version 1.4 are available for download now. These updates enable Auto Focus in Live View B Mode (via the AEL/AFL button) and to improve exposure accuracy for Macro mode with Spot metering. Via Digital Photography Journal.

Nikon Coolpix S5 Review

by Johan on June 23, 2006

Nikon Coolpix S5 Review

Imaging Resource reviews Nikon Coolpix S5 on which they write:

For starters, the Nikon S5’s svelte metallic chassis is one of the thinnest I’ve used, making it the perfect camera to slip into your pocket and forget about until you’re ready to take pictures. Along with being thin, the camera boasts a distinctive wave-like design that’s less than a inch thick on the right side, providing a convenient handgrip. The left half of the camera has a slight ripple to house the impressive 3x optical Nikkor ED glass lens which does not protrude from the body even at full zoom. The majority of the rear of the Nikon S5 is taken up by the camera’s nice 2.5-inch LCD which produces great playback and live preview thanks to the screen’s 230,000 pixels.

This camera also features PictMotion function which gives users the ability to pick their favorite shots, movies, and music to create slideshows. It comes with PictBridge and USB connectivity and 21MB of internal memory.

Via Digital Photography Blog.

Canon PowerShot S3 IS Review

by Johan on June 23, 2006

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There’s an excellent review of Canon’s 6 megapixel PowerShot S3 IS over at Digital Camera Info.

The Canon PowerShot S3 IS comes to the ultra-zoom digital camera market with a unique set of features. It has the 12x optical zoom lens that qualifies it as part of the ultra-zoom market and couples it with an optical image stabilization system that works incredibly well. Canon put the lens on a chunky SLR-shaped body that looks almost professional with its black finish. The S3 has lots of options in its movie mode that aren’t available on any other digital camera and includes dual recording buttons so users can snap full-resolution pictures in the middle of a video clip. The optical zoom functions in the movie mode – and even looks smooth with the image stabilization system activated. Users can adjust everything from the audio sampling rate to the microphone level and wind filter feature. The still recording features are just as extensive. Full manual control is available, although the manual focusing feature is difficult to execute with the poor viewfinder and LCD resolution.

It’s a great prosumer camera with 12x optical zoom that can shoot videos at 30 frames per second with stereo sound and take pictures at the same time. It’s packed with a 2.0 inch Vari-Angle LCD and USB 2.0 connectivity for those self-photos and those hard to reach shots. Really worth checking out.

Via Digital Photography Blog.

Samsung SDP-07 Digital Picture Frame

by rockydigital on June 22, 2006

Samsung SDP-07 Digital Picture Frame
Samsung has introduced the SDP-07, a digital photo frame. The photo frame has an 800×400 7” viewable display, which can be used for a host of digital media including images, video, and audio. There are several ways you can display your media on the device including its internal 32mb memory, SD and CF memory slots, an Ethernet port, and of course USB. If you fancy, you can even stream videos and pictures from your cell phone to the unit. These are currently available in Korea.

Via ZooomDigitalCameras + NewLaunches

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