Panasonic has revealed the new Lumix DMC-LX2, an upgrade to DMC-LX2, which makes use of its superior lens technology to compensate for handshake. Lumix DMC-LX2 features an optical zoom, 10.2 Mpix CCD and 2.8′ wide LCD screen. The battery life is of 300 shots making sure you don’t miss anyone. Whether you are a professional or a beginner, you can try your hands at this camera, which will be available for sale in September for $499.95.
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"More power" "More control" "More versatile’ "More excitement". This is the advertisement logo for the new 10.2Mpix SLR camera on the Nikon’s web site. The conundrum cam will be aimed at the professional photographers. You don’t need to wait a lot as the teaser add states ’20 days from now’.
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.
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).
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.
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.
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.
Being fast, powerful and compact, Canon Powershot A530 gives you crisp quality images and striking performance. It boasts 5.0Mpix camera, 4x optical zoom lens and VGA movie mode. You can directly connect the camera to a compatible printer for printing, thanks to the PictBridge™ compatibility. Its DIGIC II Image Processor and iSAPS Technology enables superior image quality. Canon Powershot A530 is available for sale at Dell.com for $199.99 only.
Now, you could control your Digital SLRs remotely via a computer, thanks to the Nikon WT-3 Wireless Transmitter, which has got FCC thumbs up. The WT-3 provides you with the functionality of connecting your SLR to wireless and Ethernet ports, so that you can gain remote access to your camera and transfer the photos directly to an FTP server or printer. The WT-3 transmitter support different types of modes, Transfer mode to upload images to the computer, PC mode to remotely control the camera, Print mode to print photos on the printer and Print mode PD10 to print photos on PictBridge printer via PD-10 wireless printer adapter. The WT-3 is acquiescent with IEEE 802.11b/g networks and 100BaseTx/10BaseT wired networks.
Six Photographers from the Legacy Project have developed the ‘world’s largest photo’ with the help of a photography technique called Camera obscura. The photographers used the world’s largest camera to take this 28 x 108 feet b&w photo in a converted airplane hangar. The cloth was exposed for 35 minutes. The photographers and 60 volunteers developed the image by moving the fabric into an enormous, 1-foot-deep tray. The unique project has been qualified for the two categories in the Guinness Book of World Records, the world’s largest photograph and the world’s largest camera.