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Olympus Releases SLR with Continuous Live View

Posted in Digital Cameras by Paul Patterson on October 7th, 2006

Olympus Evolt 330

Are you looking for a digital SLR that offers a “Live” view via the LCD? Olympus has released the EVOLT E-330 – the world’s first digital SLR to offer live viewing through the Color LCD.

The 2.5″ LCD also features HyperCrystal technology which provides a swivel capability that allows you to capture images from tricky angles. Other key features of the EVOLT E-330 include:

14-45mm f3.5-5.6 lens. Standard with the E-330.
18-180mm f3.5-5.6 Ultra Zoom lens. A portable digital lens with 10x telephoto.
Live View LCD. The EVOLT E-330 boasts the world’s first Live View LCD on an interchangeable lens SLR. The Evolt also contains a traditional optical through-the-lens viewfinder.
29 Shooting Modes. 20 user-friendly pre-set shooting modes – including underwater modes, a new Nature Macro mode and Panorama.
Multi-Angle HYPERCRYSTAL 2.5″ LCD. The moveable Multi-Angle LCD lets you take tough shots from tough angles – even in …

Kodak EasyShare V705 Dual Lens Camera

Posted in Digital Cameras,Digital Imaging,Kodak by Darrin Olson on October 5th, 2006

Kodak EasyShare V705 Dual Lens
If you are a snapshot photographer like me, I can’t think of a feature set in a camera better than the new Kodak V705. An upgrade from the similar Kodak V570, the V705 has added a few upgrades including a 7.1 megapixel CCD. The Kodak V705 is a dual lens camera with dual sensor as well.
One thing I was surprised at is that this camera doesn’t have a dock. It is a Kodak Easyshare, but if you want to hook it up to a printer, there are some adapters or a plug in you can use. It’s not that inconvenient, but I just expected it to have a dock I guess. They have set the standard for us non-professional photographers, I guess. This camera does have a great big wide screen and 22 different scene modes, which is just great when you …

FujiFilm FinePix S5 Pro Camera Coming 2007

Posted in Digital Cameras,Fujifilm by Darrin Olson on September 26th, 2006

FujiFilm FinePix S5 ProFujiFilm has announced the development of their new “workhorse” camera to be released in 2007. The FujiFilm FinePix S5 Pro will be released with a host of new features and upgrades from the previous S3 version.

A few of the larger improvements to this line of FinePix cameras include:

Real Photo Technology Pro (a combination of Super CCD SR Pro and RP Processor Pro).
Six preset ranges between 100% and 400%.
Dual save mode to allow pictures to be save as jpeg and RAW simultaneously.
Mac and PC Support.
Shutter speed from 30 seconds to 1/8000 seconds.
2.5 inch LCD screen with 235,000 pixels.
Unique Face Detection Technology.
LAN and WiFi accessories.

There are many more existing features and features that will be added to the FujiFilm FinePix S5 Pro that truly makes this a nice addition to the FujiFilm professional line of cameras.

FujiFilm S5 [Digital Photography Preview]

Canon Powershot SD40 ELPH

Posted in Canon,Digital Cameras,Digital Imaging by Darrin Olson on September 16th, 2006

PowerShot SD40 ELPH

The new Powershot SD40 ELPH is the fashion end of the new line of cameras that have recently come out from Canon. This version of the ELPH is upgraded to 7.1 megapixel from it’s 5.0 megapixel predecessor, the SD30.

It’s slim and handy at less than an inch thick, looks sleek in 4 available styles and is easy to use. It has a 1.8 inch backlit LCD monitor and comes with a handy station that is used to charge the SD40 ELPH camera as well as to upload pictures through a USB connection or direct printing. It also comes with a remote control to run the camera options remotely.

Did you know that Canon had a camera museum?

Press Release [Canon]

Sony DSC-T50 Camera

Posted in Digital Cameras,Digital Imaging by Darrin Olson on September 11th, 2006

Sony DSC-T50

The new Sony DSC-T50 cyber-shot digital camera has stuck with the same anorexic trend as many of the new cell phones, which is good for those of you who are into really skinny gadgets like that.

The new 7 mega-pixel camera boasts a nice new feature of a 3″ touch screen. The purpose of the touch screen is to be able to remove a lot of the buttons necessary to run the menu and different fuctions, and be able to replace that room with the larger screen that you can touch to make your menu choices. (No eating with your fingers while photographing.)

The DSC-T50 also has a 3x zoom and 56MB of internal memory and takes Memory Stick Duo and Memory Stick Pro Duo media cards for additional storage (currently up to 4G). Battery life is expected to support up to 400 shots on a …