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Olympus FE-Series digital camera updates go for entry level photographers

Posted in Digital Cameras by Nino Marchetti on August 27th, 2008

Olympus FE-370

It truly is digital camera craziness this week with all of these new shooters flooding the market in time for the holidays. Another product announcement this week from Olympus comes in the form of two new FE-Series models – the FE-360 and FE-370, priced around $150 and $200, respectively.

The FE-360 and FE-370, both available now, are targeted towards entry-level shooters. Both offer eight-megapixels, image stabilization, face detection, shot previews and in-camera help guides, among other features. You can get full details after the jump.

Three new Canon digital cameras update product lines

Posted in Digital Cameras by Nino Marchetti on August 27th, 2008

Canon PowerShot SX110 IS

Canon the other day unveiled three new digital cameras, among others, which fill out further its A-series line as well as its SX-series of ultra-zoom cameras. These cameras include the new PowerShot A1000 IS and PowerShot A2000 IS as well as the PowerShot SX110 IS. Pricing is set at around $200, $250 and $300, respectively.

Canon says these new cameras offer new looks, robust feature sets and lighter body designs. All should be available by the end of September. You can read full details after the jump.

Nikon rolls out anticipated D90 with HD video recording

Posted in Digital Cameras by Nino Marchetti on August 26th, 2008

Nikon D90

Nikon just launched its new D90 digital SLR, which has been highly anticipated for its ability to let photographers take great shots as well as record HD movie clips with sound. This 12.3-megapixel shooter will be available for around $1,000 for the body only or around $1,300 with an included AF-S DX Zoom-NIKKOR 18-105mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR lens.

The D90 lets users record HD movie clips (1280 x 720) with sound at up to 24 frames per second. Users can record movie clips onto an inserted SD / SDHC card, created as Motion JPEG AVI files, and play them back on larger screens via HDMI output. Key camera features of this new Nikon camera include a three-inch display, a burst rate of up to 4.5 frames per second, an 11-point auto focus (AF) system tied to scene recognition and face detection technologies, typical battery life offering typically up to 850 shots and a playback function which lets users show their images in either four, nine or 72 thumbnail images.

Olympus Stylus 1040 is 0.65-inches of picture taking

Posted in Digital Cameras by Nino Marchetti on August 26th, 2008

Olympus Stylus 1040

Olympus debuted yesterday what it calls is its slimmest Stylus line digital camera to date. It is called the Stylus 1040 and it will cost around $200 when it surfaces in October.

The Stylus 1040 from Olympus is a 10-megapixel pocket shooter which measures 3.5- x 2.2- x 0.65-inches. Key features of this digital camera include a mode which automatically identifies what is in the camera’s sights and adjusts settings appropriately, face detection which tracks up to 16 faces, an in-camera panorama mode, digital image stablization, a 2.7-inch display and in-camera editing.


Olympus SP-565 UZ offers 20x wide-angle zoom lens

Posted in Digital Cameras by Nino Marchetti on August 25th, 2008

Olympus SP-565 UZ

Olympus is taking its powerful SP-570 UZ digital camera and slightly downsizing its dimensions to create the SP-565 UZ. This digital camera with a 20x wide-angle telephoto zoom lens (26-520mm equivalent) is priced around $400.

The SP-565 UZ, besides being smaller and lighter than its predecessor, also sports 10 million pixels, dual image stabilization, face detection of up to 16 faces, shadow adjustment technology and preview of shots on the camera’s LCD screen before taking the photo. This 10-megapixel shooter includes as well manual controls and some 33 different shooting modes. It will be available in October.


Canon takes walk down digital camera history lane

Posted in Digital Cameras by Nino Marchetti on August 20th, 2008


Canon is one of the big names in digital cameras these days. So much so the company announced yesterday the shipping of its 100 millionth compact digital camera.

Here’s a little history from the corporate PR folk at Canon in case you want to remember along. “Beginning in May 2000, Canon launched the breakthrough PowerShot Digital model, which featured a compact body with a stylish design. This model spearheaded the digital camera market’s later massive growth with its easy portability and simple operation, which won over millions of users worldwide.

Following the introduction, Canon released a string of revolutionary products that drove market expansion while addressing the diversifying needs of users: the PowerShot A70 digital camera (2003), which sold more units worldwide than any other model that year due to its superb operability and cost performance; the smooth and chic PowerShot Digital SD10 Digital ELPH camera (2003); the PowerShot …

New Nikon flagship Coolpix camera does geo-tagging

Posted in Coolpix by Nino Marchetti on August 10th, 2008

Nikon Coolpix P6000

Among the Nikon cameras announced in the last week, the one perhaps standing out the most is this new flagship Coolpix compact camera. It is the Nikon Coolpix P6000 and you’ll be able to pick one up for around $500.

The Nikon Coolpix P6000 is a 13.5-megapixel shooter which offers up “geo-tagging” capabilities via built-in GPS. With this particular function one can note the “location where their images are captured based on latitudinal and longitudinal coordinates.” This can reportedly then be tied into any software or website that recognizes GPS data, including Nikon’s “my Picturetown” service.

Nikon Coolpix S60 offers interesting touchscreen controls

Posted in Coolpix by Nino Marchetti on August 9th, 2008

Nikon Coolpix S60

Nikon’s got a number of new cameras it announced this week. One which has some really nice design cues and tech features is the Nikon Coolpix S60, priced at around $350.

The Nikon Coolpix S60 is a 10-megapixel shooter in a compact body form. It sports a 3.5-inch touchscreen LED for controls and digital image display. The touchscreen, in fact, handles all controls, according to Nikon, except for power and shutter release. One example of this is the ability “to lock the autofocus and exposure on a subject by simply touching the corresponding location on the LCD screen.”

Canon adds three HD camcorders to VIXIA Line

Posted in Digital Cameras by Shane McGlaun on August 8th, 2008

Canon HG21HD Camcorders are fast becoming the norm and tapes are growing ever rarer for storing digital video. Canon added three new camcorders to its VIXIA HD camcorder line up this week that all have the same 1080p resolution and record to internal memory.

All three camcorders record at 24Mbps bit rate in AVCHD format — the highest bit rate available for the AVCHD format. The VIXIA HF11 Dual Flash memory camcorder can record up to 12 hours of HD video to 32GB of internal flash memory. It also features a SDHC card slot for more recording space when needed.

Fujifilm says cheese with nice looking 10-megapixel pocket camera

Posted in Digital Cameras by Nino Marchetti on July 31st, 2008

Fujifilm FinePix Z200fd

Fujifilm is showing off a stylish new little digital camera geared for those who find silver or black body designs boring. The new Fujifilm FinePix Z200fd is priced around $300.

The Fujifilm FinePix Z200fd is a 10-megapixel shooter which is fairly thin in body size. It sports a 2.7-inch display and offers up to 1600 ISO. It also sports Fujifilm’s face detection technology, making it capable of monitoring up to 10 faces at the same time.

Pentax waves new digital camera flag, few notice

Posted in Digital Cameras by Nino Marchetti on July 28th, 2008

Pentax Optio E60

Pentax, we’ve noticed in the past, loves to wait until late in the day to unveil new digital cameras. Are they that ashamed of what they are unveiling that they hope to just slide it to market with minimal attention? While we could debate the issue of when it is best to introduce new products, we’ll just skip that and let you know the company today announced the new Pentax Optio E60, priced at around $140.

The Pentax Optio E60 is a budget focused 10.1-megapixel shooter which has a typical mix of features for a camera of this design. It sports 3x optical zoom lens and is powered by AA batteries. There’s a variety of shooting modes, including a “Green” mode which, while called green, has nothing to do with the environment and seems to instead be targeted towards newbies.

New D-Link network camera security focused

Posted in Digital Cameras by Nino Marchetti on July 22nd, 2008

D-Link SecuriCam Pan/Tilt/Zoom Network Camera (DCS-5610)D-Link recently was showing off a new network camera which can move around in different directions for better security usage. It is called the D-Link SecuriCam Pan/Tilt/Zoom Network Camera (DCS-5610) and pricing is around $770.

The D-Link SecuriCam Pan/Tilt/Zoom Network Camera (DCS-5610) is designed to let you pan and tilt with it so you can view a wider area. It is IP-based, offers an auto-start motion detector that can be configured to send an email alert when triggered and is capable of streaming live feeds to an Internet-ready mobile phone or PDA.

Panasonic updates popular LUMIX DMC-LX2

Posted in Digital Cameras by Nino Marchetti on July 21st, 2008

Panasonic LUMIX DMC-LX3

Panasonic has finally answered the clamors of those seeking a successor to its popular DMC-LX2 digital camera by introducing the Panasonic LUMIX DMC-LX3. This updated model, pricing at around $500, will be available in August.

The DMC-LX3, according to Panasonic, includes enhanced CCD technology, a LEICA lens and what is described as a “wide range of manual shooting controls.” This camera effectively offers 10.1-megapixels and, with the special CCD,  “sensitivity is almost 40 percent higher and saturation is increased by 35 percent.” This reportedly means picture quality is better while also supporting a wider range.

Panasonic LUMIX DMC-FZ28 is a 10.1-megapixel packed with features

Posted in Digital Cameras by Nino Marchetti on July 21st, 2008

Panasonic LUMIX DMC-FZ28

Panasonic unveiled today the LUMIX DMC-FZ28, an action focused digital camera with what the company says is a long zoom and 27mm wide-angle lens. It prices at around $400 and will be available in August.

The Panasonic LUMIX DMC-FZ28 is a 10.1-megapixel shooter with an 18x optical zoom, enhanced auto mode and new auto focus tracking which which lets you automatically track a subject while it moves. This reportedly keeps it in focus without needing to hold the shutter halfway down. Up to 15 faces can be focused upon with this feature as well.

Photo Safe II: Massive digital camera storage

Posted in Digital Cameras by Conner Flynn on July 17th, 2008

Photo Safe II: Massive digital camera storageMost of us think that our 4,8 or 16GB SD card for our digital camera is large. How would you like to have 160GB of storage space for your camera? That’s huge! Well, today Digital Foci announced Photo Safe II, which is a portable photo storage device that takes some of the burden from your laptop, Mac or PC.

It’s basically a battery operated HD. It also has a built-in card reader and automated copy function which could really come in handy. The device supports all of the popular card formats, including CF (Extreme III, IV, UDMA), MMC, SD/HC Card, miniSD, Memory Stick, MS PRO, MS Duo, MS PRO Duo, and xD-Picture card. Just insert a card and hit the copy button, the entire card will be copied at a speed 3.5 minutes per GB. I comes in 80GB and 160GB versions, which cost $139 and $189.