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.
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Here is some interesting news for creative minds. Now you could turn any digital photo to a 3D image, thanks to the EZ3D Photo Print developed by California-based DigiGear Inc. In addition, the process is so easy that you do not need to sit down to study 3D technology or get special 3D glasses. It features EZ3D Photo Print software that makes the whole process very easy. The first thing you need to do is to select the image and upload it. Then you can use the built-in tool to outline the desired part you wish to make 3D. Lastly, print the image and simply put it behind EZ3D lens and in the EZ3D frame. What next? Nothing guys. The work is done and you have just made a 3Dimage out of your digital photo. Isn’t that a great way of having fun with photos? The EZ3D Photo Print starter kit is priced at $29.99.
The digital technology is now in the hands of police officers. Well, Beaumont Police Department is making use of the advanced digital technology by installing in-car digital video system that rolls back three minutes from the moment officers turn on their lights and sirens, grab a shotgun or turn on a wireless microphone. The whole of the data is downloaded in the station. Now, police officers have a way to defend themselves as they could prove actually, what happened in the meantime of an incident. The best part is that the laymen don’t need to worry about the physical harassment and the humiliation. Sadly, not many police departments are adopting the technology since the cost of implementing the digital video system in a single car costs between $4,000 and $7,000. That is really too expensive.
It might not be so much impressive as the Philips 9′ digital photo frame but it certainly has enough to boast about. The beguilingly named Smartparts has unveiled its latest 5.6-inch digital photo frame, the DPF56N that integrates slots for SD, MMC, and CF cards. Unfortunately, the DPF56N lacks any internal storage but you can opt for the flash media of your taste and watch a perfect slideshow. Moreover, you could reliven your memories on the TV through its video-out port. Samrtparts has dropped the digital frames in two tempting sleek designs colored in black or silver. You can go for the DPF56E in the walnut wood style for $99.99 or the colorful duo fro meager $129.99.
Panasonic seems to have caught the pace as Engadget has got hands on yet another AVCHD digital camcorder from their side. The prototype camcorder is quite different from Panasonic first AVCHD camcorder in its make. Though there is no detailed info about the device, the new AVCHD camcorder features 3CCDs, Leica DICOMAR lens with 12x optical zoom, image processing LSI, HDMI out and the capability to capture video at 1080i to SD/SDHC cards. No words on pricing and availability.
If you are looking out for a bigger digital photo frame, even bigger than the Pandigital 9.2′ photo frame, ThinkGeek has the whopping 10.5-incher digital photo frame to whet your appetite. Boasting a photoframe resolution of 720×480 pixels, the 10.5′ photo frame an image of up to 12MB size. The other salient features of the catch 10.5-inches digital photo frame are: 1. Instant MPEG, Video, MP3 playback 2. CompactFlash, SecureDigital, MultiMediaCard a& Memory Stick support 3. No need of a PC to display images 4. Crisp quality TFT Active Matrix LCD display 5. Automatic slide show and 6. IR remote to direct the famr functions. The high resolution 10.5′ digital photo frame is priced reasonably at $179.99.
While they boast nothing so special, yet the two new digital photo frames from Mustek feature all the basic functions a digital photo frame should have. Moreover, the budget-friendly price tag will also attract the eyes. The new frames are the 8-inch PF-B800 and the 7-inch PF-B700 (pictured above). While the PF-B700 has an effective 480 x 234 display, the 8-incher PF-B800 has a standard 640 x 480 screen. The specs for both the frames are same such as the MPEG video playback, JPEG backup, SD slot, MMC slot, Memory stick, integrated MP3 player and slideshow functionality. Coming in white or black frames, the PF-B700 is priced at $100 while the PF-B800 will set you guys back $180.