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Samsung reveals four new digital cameras

Posted in Digital Cameras by Nino Marchetti on July 16th, 2008

Samsung TL34HD

Samsung took the wraps today off several new digital cameras for the latter half of 2008. These include the new  SL310w, SL201, TL9 and TL34HD, all available in September and priced around $230, $170, $280 and $330, respectively.

Leading the pack is the TL34HD, coming in at 14.7-megapixels and boasting a Schneider lens yielding a 28mm wide-angle focal length with 3.6x optical zoom. The TL9 does 10-megapixels, the SL310W 13.6-megapixels and the SL201 10-megapixels. Full details of all four are found after the jump.

D-Link offers up “easy-to-use” Internet surveillance camera

Posted in Digital Cameras by Nino Marchetti on July 14th, 2008

D-Link Internet Surveillance Starter Kit (DHA-390)

D-Link continued its consistent roll out of new products with word today of a new surveillance camera kit that enables remote viewing of live streaming video from a web browser. The D-Link Internet Surveillance Starter Kit (DHA-390) is priced at around $500.

The Internet Surveillance Starter Kit (DHA-390) is reportedly “the world’s easiet IP camera installation.” It comes bundled with an Internet camera and two Powerline networking adapters and provides email alert snapshots, live video monitoring over the Internet on a PC and the ability to share camera feeds, even in “low light situations.”

New compact Kodak camera shoots for your wallet

Posted in Digital Cameras by Nino Marchetti on July 14th, 2008

Kodak EASYSHARE M1093 IS Digital Camera

Kodak is debuting a new compact M-Series digital camera which offers image stabilization and enhanced picture taking automation among its features. It is called the Kodak EASYSHARE M1093 IS Digital Camera and you’ll find it pricing around $200.

The Kodak EASYSHARE M1093 IS Digital Camera is a 10-megapixel shooter sporting a KODAK RETINAR All-Glass Aspheric Lens, 3x optical zoom and 5x digital zoom. It offers as one of its most prevlant features Kodak’s Smart Capture technology, which the company says “instantly adjusts the camera settings to help ensure brilliant pictures in virtually any environment.”

Kodak adds 10-megapixel shooter to Z-Series cameras

Posted in Digital Cameras by Nino Marchetti on July 11th, 2008

KODAK EASYSHARE Z1015 IS Digital Camera

Kodak has announced the introduction of a new 10-megapixel, “ultra zoom” digital camera to its Z-Series line up. The new Kodak EASYSHARE Z1015 IS Digital Camera will price at around $350.

The Kodak EASYSHARE Z1015 IS Digital Camera offers, among its key technologies, a 15X – SCHNEIDER- KREUZNACH VARIOGON Optical Zoom Lens with image stabilization, automatic adjustment of camera settings based upon a scene and an ISO setting of up to 6,400.

Hasselblad intros H3DII-50 camera at 50 megapixels

Posted in Digital Cameras by Darrin Olson on July 8th, 2008

Hasselblad H3DII-50 50 megapixel digital cameraHasselblad is known for making some high-end photography equipment and it appears that they are not going to disappoint today with the introduction of the 50-megapixel H3DII-50 camera. The company is boasting the world’s largest sensor with this latest product. It’s made by Kodak and measures 36x48mm, which is twice the size of the largest 35mm DSLR sensors.

The H3DII is capable of capturing images at 1fps while creating 300 MB files with an ISO range of 50 to 400. The camera has a laundry list of other features and accessories as you might expect including a wide range of lens choices, 3″ display, CCD cooling sink for noise reduction, GPS accessory and choices for file output and media cards.

Nikon debuts flashy new D-SLR camera

Posted in Digital Cameras by Nino Marchetti on July 2nd, 2008

Nikon D700

Nikon yesterday unveiled a new digital SLR camera targeted towards professional which delivers a little more bang in a smaller form factor. The new Nikon D700 is priced at around $3,000 for the body only.

The Nikon D700 is equipped with a 12.1-effective megapixel Nikon FX-format sensor that measures 23.9 x 36mm, which Nikon says is nearly identical to the size of 35mm film. This camera, which builds upon the D3, incorporates as well a special Nikon image processing system, 51-point auto focus system with special tracking and two shooting modes for framing photos using the camera’s three-inch LCD monitor.

Vivitar DVR565HD digital camcorder

Posted in Digital Cameras by Conner Flynn on May 20th, 2008

Vivitar DVR565HD digital camcorder
If you’ve been looking for a cheap digital video camera for posting YouTube videos, there is the JVC Everio, but some might find it a bit too large to carry around on a daily basis, and maybe you’re looking for something cheaper still. The Flip camcorders a favorite, but they might have some competition with the latest Vivitar model.

The DVR565HD can record 30fps 720P “HD” videos in MPEG4 or H.264 directly to an SD card. (Up to 4GB cards are supported.) It can also apparently play 1080i videos and can connect directly to an HDTV with an included HDMI cable. It won’t be available for a few more weeks, but Target currently has it listed for just $129.99, which makes it pretty tempting.

SeaLife DC800 digital camera

Posted in Digital Cameras by Conner Flynn on April 30th, 2008

SeaLife DC800 Digital Camera
SeaLife has a new digital camera for those who like to spend their time underwater, the DC800. This 8 megapixel camera is capable of producing extremely sharp images at depths of up to 200 feet. When you get all shriveled up and head for land again, the DC800 can be used in dry conditions as well. Just remove the slim camera from the waterproof housing and you’re ready. There’s virtually no shutter lag with fast shutter time and quick-start.

Some other features are: Sea mode with 3 UW color correction settings, Ext Flash Auto mode for automatic exposure settings, Ext Flash Manual mode for manual aperture and shutter speed exposure controls, Spy Mode automatically shoots continuous pictures at set time intervals, 8 megapixel CCD sensor, 2.7″ LCD display, 20X zoom – 4X optical zoom plus 5X digital, SD/SDHC memory card slot, 22 Land modes, 640 x 480 video recording. The SeaLife DC800 will retail for $549.95 and is compatible with SeaLife’s other accessories.

Ricoh showcases new outdoor digital camera

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

Ricoh G600 outdoor digital camera

Ricoh today unveiled for the United Kingdom market a new water and dust resistant digital camera which is also shock resistant. It is called the G600 and there’s no word on U.S. pricing or availability as of yet.

The Ricoh G600 10-megapixel outdoor focused model with a 5x optical wide-angle zoom lens (equivalent to 28-140 mm for a 35 mm camera). It is reportedly able to withstand falls up to 1.5 meters and will easily let you take photos in the rain. The backside includes a 2.7-inch display with ambient light sensor.

New Panasonic digital camera does Wi-Fi

Posted in Digital Cameras by Nino Marchetti on April 17th, 2008


Panasonic is bringing a new wireless digital camera to the ranks of its TZ-family. This model will be known as the LUMIX DMC-TZ50 and it will price at around $450.

The LUMIX DMC-TZ50 from Panasonic is a 9.1-megapixel shooter with a 28mm wide-angle lens and 10x optical zoom. It can be used to wirelessly connect to a hotspot and upload the photos to Google’s Picasa Web Albums either one at a time or multiple photos at a time. Panasonic is trying to push using a T-Mobile HotSpot for this feature, offering a year of free wireless usage from T-Mobile.

Old meets new: Rolleiflex digital camera

Posted in Digital Cameras by Conner Flynn on March 21st, 2008

Old meets new: Rolleiflex Digital Camera
Some of us love antiques and at the same time appreciate modern gadgets. With this one, you get the best of both worlds. It’s designed to look like the Rolleriflex 2.8F, but it’s really modern technology. With this kind of camera, you hold it at about your chest and look down into the lens and take the picture. It’s all automatic, except the crank which is used to ready the camera for the next shot.

It’s only 3″ tall and the viewfinder is a 1.1 inch TFT. It will take miniSD cards as well. Sadly, it’s only 3mp, so it’s not the best quality camera (They probably should have given it at least 8mp). Regardless of the quality, it will surely get some conversation started. It will cost you $400. It certainly has looks.

New Panasonic digital camera offers touchscreen controls

Posted in Digital Cameras by Nino Marchetti on March 18th, 2008

Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX500Panasonic unveiled today its first touchscreen digital camera. It is called the Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX500 and pricing is set at around $400.

The Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX500 sports a three-inch display which serves double duty as a LCD touchscreen. From this touchscreen one access the bulk of control options this camera makes available. It also makes use of joystick control for selection of options.

Samsung claims world’s slimmest 8MP cellphone module

Posted in Digital Cameras by Darrin Olson on March 18th, 2008

Samsung 8MP CMOS camera module claims to be world’s slimmestIf you like one of those who frequently use your mobile phone for taking photos, things just got a little clearer. Samsung recently unveiled what they claim is the world’s thinnest 8MP CMOS designed for use with cellphones.

The device measures just 28mm × 15.3mm × 8.5mm, and the small size is not all. Like many digital cameras, the little photo-taking module features face-detection, anti-shake, ISO 1600 sensitivity and can even detect and automatically snap a photo when it recognizes a smile.

Pentax announces new digital camera as crickets chirp

Posted in Digital Cameras by Nino Marchetti on March 17th, 2008

Pentax Optio V20Pentax decided to wait until the quiet of this afternoon to unveil its latest point and shoot digital camera. This new model is called the Pentax Optio V20 and it prices at around $280.

The Pentax Optio V20 is your typical, compact eight megapixel shooter. It offers up a 5x zoom lens, 3-inch LCD monitor and 512MB of internal memory. Pentax said it will be available in May.

General Imaging to pimp GE E1235 on HSN

Posted in Digital Cameras by Nino Marchetti on March 12th, 2008

GE E1235We reported back in January that General Imaging, using the GE brand, was planning to offer a new crop of digital cameras at retail this year. It is now kicking off one of those shortly – the GE E1235 – by making the camera’s world debut via television retailer HSN.

The GE E1235, which will debut on March 14, will run you around $200. It is a 12-megapixel shooter with a 2.7-inch LCD screen, 3X zoom and ISO 3200 sensitivity. Available body colors are “deep red” or silver and General Imaging says this is one of the first cameras ever with blink detection, for warning you when someone’s eyes were closed, and smile detection, which works by tripping the shutter automatically when the subject smiles.