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Sony® Cyber-shot® DSC-S500
Tuesday, July 25, 2006


A remarkable combination of value, simplicity and performance make the Sony® Cyber-shot® DSC-S500 a perfect choice for first-time digital photographers. The DSC-S500 combines 6.0 megapixel resolution with a quality 3X optical zoom lens design, terrific wide-angle shooting capability, 25 MB1 Internal Memory for capturing shots in-camera, and a bright 2.4"2 LCD screen that allows you to check your shots and share results immediately.

Feature List:

6.0 Megapixel Super HAD™ CCD
More megapixels give you more detail and definition when you make big prints or crop in tight on your subject. The Sony advanced Super HAD™ (Hole Accumulated Diode) CCD design allows more light to pass to each pixel, increasing sensitivity and reducing noise.

3X Optical/2X Digital Zoom
3X Optical Zoom helps the DSC-S500 bring distant subjects closer and lets you frame shots for better composition; the Sony precision 2X Digital Zoom provides an additional 2X magnification to zoom in close without jagged edges.

Capture Images In-Camera
With 25 MB2 Internal Memory, the DSC-S500 allows you to shoot without using a memory card -- then easily transfer your images to optional Memory Stick Duo™ media, upload photos to your computer or make prints on your digital printer.

Large 2.4”1 LCD Screen
The DSC-S500 gives you a big, bright LCD screen for reading camera menus, composing shots, checking results and sharing your photos on location.

Convenient Photo Modes
To adjust quickly for specific shooting situations, the DSC-S500 lets you choose from several convenient photo modes: Auto, P-Auto, and Scene Selections for Twilight, Twilight Portrait, Landscape, Soft Snap, Candlelight, and Beach environments.

QVGA Movie Mode
The DSC-S500 can capture 320 x 240 AVI audio/video clips at high frame rate (up to 30 frames per second), with length limited only by the capacity of your media.

Burst Mode
You can fire off three shots automatically at 1-second intervals (VGA standard mode) or 2-second intervals (6 MP mode) -- a great way to capture a child’s first steps or a pet’s best tricks.

Stamina® Battery Power
With optional Sony NiMH rechargeable batteries, you can capture up to an amazing 3502 shots -- shooting capacity that’s about the equivalent of 10 rolls of 35mm film. With supplied AA alkaline batteries, the DSC-S500 can capture up to 602 shots.

Memory Stick Duo™ Media Convenience
The DSC-S500 has a built-in slot for optional Memory Stick Duo™ media -- the compact, high-capacity storage media that are compatible with millions of devices worldwide.

Cyber-shot Viewer Software
Sony’s new software that makes it easier to upload images from camera or Memory Stick Duo™ media -- then organize and browse through photos on your PC screen by simply scrolling through thumbnail images.

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Panasonic Lumix® DMC-FX8K
Sunday, July 23, 2006

Lumix® 5 Megapixel Digital Camera with 3x Optical Zoom & MEGA Optical Image Stabilizer, Black

2.5" Diagonal High-Resolution LCD for Brighter Viewing
The DMC-FX8 features a 2.5" diagonal high-resolution LCD monitor - surprisingly large for such a compact camera. This high-quality, 114,000-pixel display makes it easy to see your subject. For easier viewing when shooting outdoors on a sunny day, press the Power LCD button to boost the backlighting by about 40%.

Easy-to-See, Easy-to-Understand LCD Indications
In addition to displaying the settings in large, easy-to-understand text, the large, 2.5" diagonal screen with 114,000-pixel resolution lets you show up to 25 thumbnail images at once1. This makes it easier to search for, and organize, the photos you take.

Our MEGA Optical Image Stabilizer Helps Eliminate Blurry Pictures
Jitter from shaky hands is one of the main reasons why cameras produce blurry images. We don't expect everyone to have hands of stone when taking pictures--that's why Lumix® cameras help solve the problem of unsteady hands with advanced MEGA Optical Image Stabilizer technology. The DMC-FX8 has a built-in gyrosensor that detects any hand movement and relays a signal to a tiny microcomputer inside the camera, which instantly calculates the compensation needed. A linear motor then shifts the Optical Image Stabilizer lens as necessary to guide incoming light from the image straight to the CCD. You won't even notice it working--all you'll see are the outstanding results!

Stunning High-Speed AF in a Slim Body
Select the AF setting from Spot, 1-point (normal or high-speed), 3-point high-speed, and 5-point. The 1-point normal setting solves the "image-freezing" that used to happen while focusing on fast-moving subjects, and makes them easier to track. Furthermore, the new 1-point high-speed mode slashes conventional AF time to about 1/32. High-speed auto focusing has finally come to the compact digital camera. Plus, the AF Assist Lamp helps when focusing in low lighting.

Super-Fast Shutter Response and MEGA BURST® Consecutive Shooting
Thanks to the Venus Engine™ Plus's release time lag of only 0.008 second3, the FX8 is super-fast. You can snap consecutive shots at 3 frames per second with full resolution. And with Unlimited Consecutive Shooting4, you can keep shooting until the memory card is full.

Leica DC VARIO-ELMARIT Lens with 3x Optical Zoom
This slim camera features a 3x optical zoom lens (35mm equivalent: 35 to 105mm) with 7 elements in 6 groups, including 3 aspherical lenses. The Extended Optical Zoom, which minimizes the image degradation that normally occurs with digital zooming, gives you up to 4x zooming power5. Plus, you can use the 3x optical zoom and 4x digital zoom6 together to produce a maximum of 12x zooming power.

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Olympus get in style
Thursday, July 20, 2006









Olympus Stylus 810


The Stylus 810 draws upon the rich heritage of its popular predecessors, delivering quality performance in a compact, slim All-Weather body that's as appealing to the touch as it is to the eyes. It's also the most innovative Stylus to date, boasting Digital Image Stabilization for clear, steady results, Bright Capture Technology for great low light shooting, and an improved built-in autoset Help Guide to make choosing the perfect shooting mode an absolute cinch.

DIGITAL IMAGE STABILIZATION.
Put an end to the disappointment experienced by blurry images by shooting with Digital Image Stabilization Mode for clear results every time, or retouch with Digital Image Stabilization Edit. The built-in gyro sensor detects camera shakes for each shot and lets you fix the blurred images right in the camera at the touch of a button.

ALL-WEATHER.
You take great care in deciding when and where to take pictures so we've taken great care in protecting them and the camera with All-Weather seals and gaskets so you can shoot at your discretion, rain or shine.

BRIGHT CAPTURE.
Why limit yourself to taking clear, bright pictures only half the time when you can take them day and night, in light or dark with our exclusive Bright Capture Technology.

BUILT-IN HELP GUIDE.
It's easy to determine which shooting mode or feature should be used in a particular situation with brief descriptions that summarize each available mode. An improved Shooting Guide even sets the camera automatically for you.

2.5" PREMIUM SIZED LCD.
You'll love the view from the 2.5" color LCD that enables you to view, share, edit, print and more with your pictures in much greater detail.

24 SHOOTING MODES.
There's practically no situation that the Stylus 810 doesn't have a scene mode for so you can capture amazing photos at sporting events, in a museum, of fireworks and more.

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FinePix F20
Thursday, July 13, 2006


Fujifilm Finepix F20


Fujifilm has today announced its 'little brother' to the popular and impressive FinePix F30 Zoom. The new FinePix F20 carries the same 6.3 megapixel SuperCCD chip found in the F30 providing it with impressive an high sensitivity of up to ISO 2000 at full resolution. Design wise the F20 is clearly based around the F30's body with a few design tweaks. The only specification differences we could make out are that the F20 is slightly slimmer and lighter, has different long exposure times, a lower resolution LCD monitor and a different battery.

Fujifilm’s Real Photo Technology cameras are among the only digital compacts to deliver ISO sensitivity of 1600 and above at full resolution. This ensures crisp, clear images that are as close as any digital camera gets to reproducing a scene just as the human eye sees it, even in low light, without the use of flash. The FinePix F20’s sensitivity of ISO 100-2000 makes it five times more effective at capturing detailed, natural looking images in low light than a conventional compact with ISO 400. It’s a feature that users are coming to expect from high-specification cameras.

In addition, the FinePix F20’s innovative ‘Natural Light & Flash’ Dual Shot mode takes two shots in quick succession, one with flash and one without, before displaying them side by side for instant comparison. It’s like a photographic safety net and means the user can be confident of getting a great image for every unexpected, spontaneous moment.

FinePix F20 features at a glance:

* ISO 2000* sensitivity at full resolution for low-noise photography in all light situations
(*On Picture Stabilisation and Natural Light Mode or ISO 1600 on Auto and Manual Mode)
* Sixth generation Super CCD HR VI sensor delivering 6.3 million effective pixels
* Real Photo Processor II reduces noise and delivers enhanced colour reproduction
* Anti-blur button to set high shutter speed and reduce the risk of blurry images
* Intelligent Flash achieves the optimum combination of high sensitivity and natural skin tones
* ‘Natural Light & Flash’ Dual Shot mode
* Quick response times 0.01 second shutter lag and 1.4 second start-up
* 3x optical zoom
* Long-life battery (up to 300 shots)
* TV-quality VGA movie recording of 30 frames per second with sound
* PictBridge™ compatible for direct printing without a PC

article by dpreview.com

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Some tips before buying digital camera
Wednesday, July 12, 2006
What in the first place in your mind if you want to buy digital camera? Most people could say its the image captured. So, when buying digital cameras, we should concentrate on optical zoom, not digital zoom.

Although many salespeople would disagree, when choosing a digital camera to purchase, I would completely ignore advertised digital zoom magnifications and only look at cameras' optical zooms. Digital zooming performs an interpolation, or computer-based 'guesswork', of an image to try to increase the perceived zoom distance. These can result in "fuzzy" images or those with less than optimal clarity, especially if you blow them up into 8x10 or larger photos. However, optical zoom provides for a true zoom-in or zoom-out on your subject.




If you want an example of what a photograph may look like when taken with a digital zoom, take a photograph into a piece of photo-editing software and increase its size by 100% or 200%. Although the picture will look bigger on screen, you will start to see dots or imperfections in the image. That's what happens with digital zoom.

Higher optical zoom cameras can allow you to take a greater variety of pictures, but they do tend to cost more money, which is why lower-priced cameras tend to advertise their digital zoom capabilities a lot more. However, for many photographers, the enhanced image quality is well worth the higher price. I admit it.

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SLR camera with style
Tuesday, July 11, 2006
Sony® (alpha) DSLR-A100K

Enjoy the all-new Sony® (alpha) DSLR-A100K camera with an amazing all-around lens to get you started. Included in this kit is the versatile new SAL-1870 lens. This standard lens easily handles the full range of shots you’ll take most often—but there’s nothing “standard” about its advanced optical design. In 35mm equivalent, it covers wide-angle 27mm to 105mm midrange telephoto for snapshots, portraits, interiors and more—an excellent all-around lens to travel with.

The Sony® (alpha) DSLR-A100 camera is an instant classic: the top-quality 10 MP DSLR system camera that builds on a two-decade legacy of Minolta photographic leadership, accepts 20 years of A-mount lenses sold worldwide—and introduces Sony® imaging innovations like high-sensitivity shooting with Super SteadyShot® in-camera image stabilization, Dynamic Range Optimizer to automatically increase detail in bright and dark picture areas, new Anti-Dust technology to keep the CCD imager clean for better pictures, and Eye-Start® Autofocus system for faster camera response.

Here are some features that you will like :

- Advance lense with Sony® G Series lenses with advanced motorized autofocusing, amazingly bright Carl Zeiss® T coated lenses
- 10.2 MP CCD
- Sony® Super SteadyShot® system automatically reduces image blur
- Anti-Dust Technology
- Sharp, Clear Photos That Preserve the Mood
- Dynamic Range Optimizer
- advanced Bionz Image Processor -improving camera response time, handling Dynamic Range Optimization processing and extending Stamina® battery life
- Eye-Start® Autofocus System
- 2.5” Clear Photo LCD Plus Screen
- Continuous Burst Mode at 3 Frames Per Second
- Super-Accurate Exposure Control
- 9-Point Auto Focus Selection
- Lithium Ion Battery with Stamina® Power
- Dual Media Options - CompactFlash Type I/II media and Memory Stick Duo media (with supplied adaptor)

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Slim and Powerful Performance.... It`s Sony!!
Monday, July 03, 2006

Cyber-shot® DSC-T30/B Digital Camera
DSC-T30/Black

- 7.2 megapixels
- Carl Zeiss® 3X Optical Zoom lens
- Super SteadyShot® stabilization
- High Sensitivity Mode with noise reduction
- Up to 420-shot InfoLithium® battery



Cyber-shot® DSC-N1 Digital Camera
DSC-N1

- Stores up to 500 VGA images
- Huge 3.0”1 LCD monitor
- Touch-screen operation
- 8.1 megapixels
- Carl Zeiss® 3X Optical zoom


Cyber-shot® DSC-T9 Digital Camera
DSC-T9

- Approximately 5/8" thin with 6.0 megapixel resolution
- Super SteadyShot® Optical Image stabilization
- 58 MB2 Internal Memory -- no flash card needed
- Carl Zeiss® 3X Optical/2X Digital Zoom lens
- 2.5"1Clear Photo LCD Plus Screen

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For Canon Lover...
Sunday, July 02, 2006
PowerShot SD700 ISPowerShot SD700 IS

Incomparable Luxury, Unparalleled Performance

The PowerShot SD700 IS Digital ELPH sets a new standard. The first Digital ELPH equipped with Canon's Image Stabilizer technology, its sleek, tri-color body is loaded with high-end features that make taking great pictures more stylish and convenient than ever.

- First Digital ELPH to feature Canon's Image Stabilizer

-Technology for steady, long-zoom shooting First Digital ELPH to feature Canon's Image Stabilizer Technology for steady, long-zoom shooting

- High-quality 6.0 Megapixel CCD, 4x Optical Zoom lens and elegant tri-color Perpetual Curve design High-quality 6.0 Megapixel CCD, 4x Optical Zoom lens and elegant tri-color Perpetual Curve design

- New ISO 800 reduces image blur and expands low-light shooting ability New ISO 800 reduces image blur and expands low-light shooting ability

- DIGIC II Image Processor and iSAPS Technology for superior image quality, faster operation and lower power consumption DIGIC II Image Processor and iSAPS Technology for superior image quality, faster operation and lower power consumption

- 16:9 Widescreen mode for full-screen viewing on widescreen TVs and computer monitors 16:9 Widescreen mode for full-screen viewing on widescreen TVs and computer monitors

- Fast Frame Rate Movie Mode for shooting high-quality movies up to 60 fps QVGA (320 x 240) Fast Frame Rate Movie Mode for shooting high-quality movies up to 60 fps QVGA (320 x 240)

- Print/Share Button for easy direct printing and downloading, plus ID Photo Print and Movie Print with Canon CP and SELPHY Compact Photo Printers



PowerShot SD700 IS
PowerShot SD630

Superb quality and outstanding performance

The ultra-thin, ultra-stylish PowerShot SD630 Digital ELPH offers a full range of enhanced shooting features that make taking pictures more comfortable and more exciting. A marvel of Canon engineering, this compact powerhouse has a super-sized 3.0 inch LCD screen.

- Elegant and stylish 6.0 Megapixel Digital ELPH with high-quality 3x Optical Zoom and UA Lens Elegant and stylish 6.0 Megapixel Digital ELPH with high-quality 3x Optical Zoom and UA Lens

- Ultra large 3.0 inch LCD screen with a wide viewing angle for easy on-camera viewing Ultra large 3.0 inch LCD screen with a wide viewing angle for easy on-camera viewing

- New ISO 800 reduces image blur and expands low-light shooting ability New ISO 800 reduces image blur and expands low-light shooting ability

- DIGIC II Image Processor and iSAPS Technology for superior image quality, faster operation and lower power consumption DIGIC II Image Processor and iSAPS Technology for superior image quality, faster operation and lower power consumption

- 16:9 Widescreen mode for full-screen viewing on widescreen TVs and computer monitors 16:9 Widescreen mode for full-screen viewing on widescreen TVs and computer monitors

- Fast Frame Rate Movie Mode for shooting high-quality movies up to 60 fps QVGA (320 x 240) Fast Frame Rate Movie Mode for shooting high-quality movies up to 60 fps QVGA (320 x 240)

- Print/Share Button for easy direct printing and downloading, plus ID Photo Print and Movie Print with Canon CP and SELPHY Compact Photo Printers


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