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Delkin has announced its Elite 633 SDHC, saying is the speediest memory card in the world, built to Secure Digital format specifications, with a 633X speed rating that more than triples previous Class 10 capabilities.
Boasting of 80MBps and 95MBps write and read speeds, the Delkin Elite 633 SDHC memory card says its now the fastest on the market, perfect in keeping up with DSLRs and HD and 3D enabled video cameras.
Delkin Elite 633’s “Ultra High Speed” (UHS-I) specification is well suited with SDHC and SDXC host devices and assuring better performance in when shooting HD videos or recording real-time broadcasts. The UHS-I feature will allow bus-interface speeds up to 104 Megabytes per second and full backwards compatibility among SDHC and SDXC host devices.
The Delkin Elite 633 card will be available in 8GB, 16GB and 32GB capacities, with a 64GB SDXC version still underway.
Scheduled to be available at specialty photography and videography retailers worldwide on April 13, the Delkin Elite 633 will sell for $139.99, $249.99 & $439.99, respectively.View Article Source »
CEATEC 2010 convention unveiled products that are truly eye-catching. First, the Panasonic Lumix camera 3D, the Lumix phone and now the Fujitsu's latest phone. The dual function phone that will be released one of these days.
The CEATEC 2010 unveiled a few attractive gadgets to look forward to. Fujitsu is among those companies who showed prototypes and concept designs. Among these prototypes are a couple of Windows Phone 7 devices. One that caught every eye is the dual-screen design, dual configuration device. A modern twist to the flip phone.
But everything is just a show. No specs, release dates and all. For your eyes only. But surely, Fujitsu’s double slater is much more impressive than the T900.View Article Source »
The invasion of 3D is going strong. From glasses to TVs to movies. Now, during the Ceatec 2010 event, a 3D camera was unwrapped.
Panasonic unveiled its latest peraphernalia on photography. It’s a 3-D consumer camera which is dubbed as the Lumix DMC-GH2 camera along with a special lens. This sweet thing costs $250 carrying a 18-megapixel imaging sensor which allows the camera to shoot 16-megapixel images. The sensory captures 1080p high definition footages at 60 frames per sec. But the huge drawback is that it outputs at 1080i.
You can still capture images using its 3-D lenses. But you cannot shoot videos with it. Erica Ogg from CNET has something to say to it.Read the rest of the article »
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