Gone are the days when you had to hide your camera when it rained or you couldn’t shoot in awful weather conditions. Many waterproof cameras are plunging into the market these days. Here is the new disposable underwater camera Quicksnap Marine from Fujifilm that allows good-quality pictures upto 5 meters deep under water. You can take a fine shot of the woods too when it is pouring or there is a snowfall. The smart looking Quicksnap Marine comes for 16000 Won ($16.84).
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The guys at Sanyo are on a swing now. After introducing the Xacti HD1, they have come up with the new waterproof digital camera Xacti CA6 that features 6Mpix camera and video recording facility. The feature being water resistant is good enough to lure ardent photographers who want the preeminent out of a camera, in the air or under the water. Well, the word on the streets is that Xacti CA6 is soon hitting the market with a steep price tag of $400.
Sony is offering a pretty good deal of $500 mail-in-rebate for its HDV camera, Sony HVRA1U. I cannot resist such a good offer to have the HVRA1U for around $1500 only. Visit FreshDv for further details and lot more offers. The scheme ends on Sep 30, 2006.
After looking at the image you might be thinking of a robot inspecting something wholeheartedly. Infact, it is the Sony FX1 that has no defined parts at all. Watch out for more images at Camcorderservice.nl. I don’t know what Sony is trying to prove but it looks quite interesting.
S2010P on-camera light, with professional optic technology design, features 4 LED lights can offer to the equivalent of 40W output at 5600k colour temperature. The quantity of light is controlled by a on-board dimmer. Compatible with Panasonic DV batteries only, LED lights have a longer life than that of customary bulbs. S2010p light, claimed to be environment-friendly, is priced at $419 at DVshop.
Now here’s a form factor we can get used to. Olympus has rolled out the tough 7.1Mpix Stylus 720 SW that can shoot 10 feet under water. Stylus 720 SW, encased in a rugged metal alloy exterior, offers a wide selection of scenic modes. In case, the camera slips off your hand, don’t worry, as it is shockproof. If you are moving out on an adventurous trip, don’t forget to take the compact Stylus 720 SW with you to capture every action.
Well, this is the height of creation. We are coming across many gadgets and this one really has something remarkable that is going to make you say ‘Oh my Gosh! That is cool’. The new digital camera, SatuGO, works like a bouncing ball. You throw it from any height and it will take pictures at different angles. Moreover, it can be used as a chic webcam with your computer. Set the timer, throw it at the window of your girl next door and catch her without being noticed and bothering her. Not a bad idea to make the best use of this bouncing ball camera. SatuGO website says that there are 3,857 people in line to buy this amazing camera for $69. So join the queue to have one for yourself.
What about the binoculars featuring a digital camera! Sun Photo in Korea has introduced the concept of 2Mpix digital camera with expandable SD card slot in the binoculars. I hope that we would be able to find the video recording too in the next coming models. These digital binoculars can be found in Korean stores for 370,000 KRW ($390).
The 35mm Can Toy camera, developed for event advertising, resembles a canned beer. Can Toy boast a built-in flash and functions on 1 AAA battery. It measures 122x63mm. The estimated price of the camera is 18,500(KRW).
Announcement has been made by Hatosi, Korean retailer for Ricoh, to introduce new digital camera, Caplio 500G wide in Korean market. Caplio is integrated with 8.13Mpix camera and is designed especially for use at construction sites. People in the very business might love to try their hands at this camera. No information on the price and availability of Caplio 500G wide.