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ViviCam 6200W Underwater Digital Camera

Posted in Digital Cameras,Outdoors by Chetz on March 12th, 2007

Vivitar underwater digital cameraIf you’re thinking of taking a vacation to someplace with warm water, your traditional digital camera won’t work when it gets wet. Instead of leaving your camera on the beach and missing out on some fun photos, Vivitar offers you the option of buying their new ViviCam 6200W and diving under the waves with it.

The camera is waterproof to a depth of 30 feet/10 meters, and honestly, if you plan on diving any deeper than that you should be thinking of an oxygen tank instead of snapping photos. The 6200W has 4X zoom, SD card support, 16 MB of built-in memory, a nice 2-inch LCD display that you can show to your friends underwater and a tough rubber-armored exterior perfect for holding in an aquatic environment.

Vivitar just debuted the 6200W at the PMA 2007 happening in Las Vegas, so no pricing has …

Digital Camera for Your Dog

Posted in Digital Cameras by Reuben Drake on March 10th, 2007

Digital Camera for DogsRecently shown by TokyoMango is a special type of camera called Wonderful Shot. This camera is meant to hang from a pet’s collar so that the owner can basically see through the eyes of their beloved pet.

The toy has two settings: it can either take a photo when a button is pressed on a remote control, or take photos periodically so that the owner can see what their pet has been up to. Takara Tomy, the maker of the dog camera, has also set up a site for sharing the pictures that your pet has taken.

Gone are the days of looking for something your pet has hidden. Now, if your dog or cat happens to take something away from you and bury it somewhere, all you have to do is check through the photos.

First Digital Cameras from GE

Posted in Digital Cameras,Digital Imaging,GE by Reuben Drake on March 10th, 2007

GE G-1 Digital Camera released by General ImagingToday, General Imaging launched its anticipated line of GE digital cameras.

This new line totaling 8 cameras is the first time the GE brand has been used on a consumer camera. Every camera offers the advanced features that we see in a lot of cameras these days. This includes image stabilization, red-eye removal, high ISO sensitivity, and panoramic stitching.

First off is the A Series of cameras. The most affordable of the bunch, these cameras are made for first-time buyers and offers the minimum. The E Series is for those who have had more experience with cameras. As with most average cameras on the market, cameras in this series offer a wide 3inch screen and 4x optical zoom. The G Series or G1 is the most compact of the line up. Made as a ‘point and shoot’ camera, this is perfect …

Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-G1 Wireless Digital Camera

Posted in Digital Cameras,Sony by Reuben Drake on March 10th, 2007

Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-G1 Wireless Digital CameraSony recently announced its first wireless digital camera; the DSC-G1. Wireless digital cameras are a relatively new thing on the market. Basically, they allow you to send and receive photos via other cameras with the same feature. Those who want to upload directly to their PC can still do so without the use of wires, but this nifty feature will get rid of one of the many USB wires you have running into your computer, and allow you get those pictures that you’ve always wanted from your friend. Granted, he/she will need to have a camera with the same feature.

The DSC-G1 also features 912,000 pixels and a nice and wide 3.5inch screen. One of the greatest features about this new camera is the very large 2GB internal memory it has. Without any memory card, you will be able to store …

Kodak’s EasyShare Easy on Price

Posted in Digital Cameras,Kodak by Chetz on March 8th, 2007

Kodak Easyshare C763 digital cameraKodak’s new EasyShare C613 and C763 digital cameras won’t hurt you too much in your wallet, purse or murse, whatever object you happen to call your own.

Priced at $120 and $180 respectively, the two models have nice and big LCD screens on their backs (2.4-inch and 2.5-inch, again respectively, with a maximum of 640 x 480 video resolution), decent ISO and good resolutions (6.2 Mpixels for the C613 and 7.3 Mpixels for the C763.)

Each has four flash modes (anti red-eye, auto, fill in and no flash), USB 2.0 connections, self timers and good maximum/minimum resolutions (3072×2304 max for the C763, 2848×2134 for the C613.) The C763 can take 15 frames per second and runs off of a Lithium Ion batter while the C613 doubles it and requires two AAs. Unfortunately there isn’t any image stabilization but for this price point, slim …

Kodak EasyShare Z885 Zoom Digital Camera

Posted in Digital Cameras,Kodak by Reuben Drake on March 8th, 2007

Kodak EasyShare Z885 Zoom Digital CameraRecently announced by Kodak was the latest addition to its large line of digital cameras. The Kodak EasyShare Z885 Zoom Digital Camera boasts a high ISO that will allow users to take “great pictures in any lighting conditions.” Along with this, the EasyShare Z885 also has a 5x optical zoom and a high 8.1 mega-pixel resolution. It is also said that because these features are so easy to use, combined with 10 automatic smart scene modes, the number of stunning shots available to take is immeasurable.

Set for release in May, the EasyShare Z885 will sell with a retail price of $199.95.

Nikon D40x Arrives in April

Posted in Digital Cameras,Digital Imaging,Nikon by Chetz on March 7th, 2007

Nikon announced the D40x digital cameraNikon has announced that it will release its new D40x digital camera in April. Replacing the entry-level D40 unit, the D40x will feature 10.2-megapixels of resolution (40% more than its earlier model), a greater sensitivity range (100-1600 ISO), continuous shooting (3 frames per second) and a 3-area AF system.

Measuring 5.0 x 2.5 x 3.7 inches and weighing 1 lb., 1 oz., the D40x has a dedicated help function button, 3D Color Matrix Metering II system and easy to understand graphic user interface. In-camera editing is as easy as pressing the retouch button. The camera also features manual and automatic modes and eight preset Digital Vari-Programs for JPGS and NEF picture taking. Red-eye color correction and D-lighting are also built-in.

Nikon will offer the D40x separately or as part of a kit which will include a 3x zoom 18-55m lens. The D40x …

Sony Cyber-shot Cameras Aimed at Partiers

Posted in Digital Cameras,Sony by Darrin Olson on February 27th, 2007

Sony uveils new Cybershot T-series camera lineSony has unveiled a new T-series line of Cybershot cameras that are targeted to the tech-conscious who want quality functionality in a camera that’s also small enough to fit easily in a pocket or purse.

The DSC-T100 and DSC-T20 digital cameras are both 8 megapixel shooters in a thin, less than a half inch profile frame, featuring a Carl Zeiss optical zoom lens. The main differences between the two cameras are the zoom ability and the size of the LCD screen. The DSC-T100 has a big 3 inch LCD and 5x optical zoom, while the DSC-T20 has a slightly smaller but noticeable 2.5 inch LCD and only 3x optical zoom.

“There’s a generation of style-conscious, tech-savvy people who want the brands and products in their lives to reflect who they are,” said Phil Lubell, director of marketing for digital cameras at Sony Electronics …

Pentax Presents a New Photography Pair

Posted in Digital Cameras,Pentax by Chetz on February 23rd, 2007

Pentax Optio A30In advance of the super-sexy sounding Photo Marketing Association International Trade Show (that’s PMA to the cool kids in the photo club), Pentax has revealed the specs on two new cameras, the Optio A30 and the waterproof W30.

The A30 is DivX certified, has a 1 1/8-inch CCD sensor, 3X smc Pentax zoom lens, improved Shake Reduction technology for low-light and telephoto shots, Face Recognition software and can grab 10.0 megapixels of resolution for your photos. For its worth the W30 also incorporates Face Recognition technology and has enough battery time for two hours underneath the waves. You can also grab images underwater up to 10 feet away (at 7.1 megapixels resolution) and for those close-up shots of your fishy friends, it can capture clear macro images at under half-an-inch away from the lens.

Pentax Optio W30Both cameras have Digital and Movie …

Canon EOS-1D Mark III DSLR Camera

Posted in Canon,Digital Cameras by Darrin Olson on February 22nd, 2007

Canon EOS-1D Mark III DSLR digital cameraCanon has released the new EOS-1D Mark III Digital SLR camera in celebration of its 20th anniversary of their EOS SLR camera system.

Canon boasts this 10.1 megapixel product as the world’s fastest digital SLR camera reaching speeds of 10 frames per second and cranking out up to 110 JPEG files or 30 RAW files at a time. This speed is a accomplished due to a new image processing engine called the Dual DIGIC III, which leaves other digital SLR cameras in the dust in terms of raw processing.

“The new EOS-1D Mark III Digital SLR is an essential tool for professional sports photographers and photojournalists because of its exceptional speed and durability and it will attract a broad range of other professional and advanced amateur photographers because of its superior image quality and improved low-light performance,” said Yuichi Ishizuka, senior vice president …

New Coolpix Camera Line from Nikon

Posted in Digital Cameras,Nikon by Chetz on February 21st, 2007

Nikon Coolpix P5000 digital cameraHere on the Brick we’ve already covered Nikon’s Coolpix L10 and L11 models but in celebration of the line’s 10th anniversary this year the company has six more new digital camera models coming out. Nikon has classified the Coolpix line into three categories: P (Performance) series feature are aimed for the needs of photography professionals that want the highest performance money can buy; S (Style) series models are made for ease of use and a strong visual appeal to consumers; and L (Life) series cameras have the easiest user interface of them all.

The high-end of the series is the P5000. Measuring 98 x 64.5 x 41 mm, this camera has 10.0 megapixels of resolution, built-in vibration reduction technology offsetting camera shaking, a 3.5x Zoom-Nikkor lens, four exposure modes and the option to add on wide-angle, telephoto lenses or external flashes, making …


Posted in Coolpix,Digital Cameras,Nikon by Darrin Olson on February 20th, 2007

COOLPIX L11 digital CameraToday Nikon has announced a number of new cameras to their COOLPIX line to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the brand, and a new COOLPIX logo to boot. The COOLPIX L10 and COOLPIX L11 are similar and simple point and shoot cameras targeting the beginner.

The COOLPIX L11 is a 6.0 megapixel camera that features 3x zoom (4x digital zoom), automatic light sensitivity and the ability to automatically recognize and focus on faces when they are in frame. Nikon also states that the L11 is compatible with AA batteries. This can certainly be a convenience for the times you forget the charger, but it is also a way for Nikon to sell a camera without rechargeable batteries or a charger; both of these items are optional add-ons that come separately. A set of alkaline AA’s do come in the package, though.

The L11 also comes with …

Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ3 7.2-Megapixel Digital Camera with 10x Optical Zoom

Posted in Digital Cameras,Panasonic by Paul Patterson on February 1st, 2007

Panasonic 7.2 Megapixel DMC-TZ3This is the 7.2 Megapixel Lumix DMC-TZ3 from Panasonic. Newly introduced to the 2007 line of Lumix digital cameras, the DMC-TZ3 features a 28mm wide-angle LEICA DC VARIO-ELMAR lens and a 3.0-inch LCD. The DMC-TZ3 has a compact, Stainless Steel body that measures 4.20” x 2.37” x 1.47” and weighs 0.51 lbs.

The DMC-TZ3 offers some advanced anti-blurring countermeasures to help you take better action shots. The Intelligent Image Stabilization system comprises two features: MEGA O.I.S. (Optical Image Stabilizer) and Intelligent ISO Control. These two features help by compensating for the effects of hand-shake and image movement.

Another important feature is the Panasonic Venus Engine III image-processing engine. The engine helps to improve noise reduction and can record at a sensitivity setting as high as ISO 1250 with full resolution. The multi-tasking Venus Engine III improves upon response time with a shutter release time lag …

VTech Kidizoom Digital Camera

Posted in Digital Cameras,Kids,VTech by Darrin Olson on January 31st, 2007

VTech Digital Camera For KidsIf you missed out on the digital camera from Fisher-Price due to short supplies before Christmas, you might not feel so bad once you see the surprisingly similar looking digital camera from VTech.

VTech has a excellent reputation for making quality, age-appropriate learning toys for kids and we’re pretty sure they will not disappoint with this. The company announced that are planning to offer a digital camera targeted for kids ages 4 and up called the VTech Kidizoom.

The Kidizoom will not only take digital photos, but it can also record video and offers games that can be played and viewed on the built in 1.8 inch viewer or plugged into a television. An interchangeable face plate also adds some customization to give the camera a different look depending on the user or their mood. The VTech Kidizoom digital camera will also have …


Posted in Casio,Digital Cameras by Paul Patterson on January 31st, 2007

Casio EXILIM ZOOM EX-Z1050The Casio EXILIM ZOOM EX-Z1050 is the latest addition to the series of EXILIM digital cameras. The EX-Z1050 replaces the successful EXILIM ZOOM EX-Z1000 which won many fans by delivering 10.1 megapixel resolution in a size that fits in the palm of your hand.

The main features of the Casio EXILIM ZOOM EX-Z1050 include:

10.1-megapixel resolution
The EXILIM Engine 2.0 image-processing module. This improves image quality through blur-reduction and various anti-shake compensation functions.
A new 2.6-inch wide LCD display.
Battery life that allows up to 370 shots to be taken when fully charged.
The control panel displays shooting information on the right side of the monitor in addition to the subject matter.
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The Casio EXILIM ZOOM EX-Z1050 will have a suggested retail price of $299.99 and will be available in four colors – pink, blue, black and silver. Also available is the EXILIM ZOOM EX-Z75, a …