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Nikon admits 'locking up' issues with its D4 and D800 cameras.
Almost two weeks after formally acknowledging a problem with a certain batch of camera batteries, Nokia has confirmed that ‘a small number of D4/D800 users have been experiencing locking up issues, where the camera becomes unresponsive until the battery is removed and reinserted’.
The company addressed the issue in a recent statement posted by PDN. The statement included a temporary fix which suggests users to turn off the ‘Highlights’ and ‘RGB Histogram’ display option in the ‘Playback Display Option’ sub-menu to avoid the problem.Read the rest of the article »
Toshiba announced three new camcorders: The Camileo Clip, Camileo X200, and Camileo X400.
As part of their plans of making more product releases at IFA, Toshiba UK introduced three new Camileo camcorders: The small Camileo Clip, the larger Camileo X200, and Camileo X400. All three are capable of shooting 1080p HD videos and still images. They feature an electronic image stabilizer and a new Exposure Measure function that could adjust image settings automatically.
The X400 is said to be sporting a 5.0-megapixel CMOS sensor with 23x optical zoom lens, while the X200 gets an 8.0-megapixel sensor and 12x zoom. They both come with a 3-inch LCD and a motion and smile detection technology, which is very useful for capturing moving subjects.Read the rest of the article »
Check out GADG's initial details of the new digital and SLR cameras that are set to hit the store shelves this year.
Whether you are one of those artists who aspire to capture quality photos, or just a simple home buddy planning to document family bloopers, vacations, and sporting events; then you’d still better pick the best camera in the market. There are a lot of brands today competing for the “number 1″ position, and the only role of consumers is to review which among them is deserving to be bought.
In this article, GADG will provide you a detailed look at some of the anticipated cameras that are slated to reach the store shelves this year. The cameras being listed here also comes with their full features and pricing, letting you discover the best device that will fit your budget and needs.Read the rest of the article »
GADG listed cameras and camcorders that hit the shelves this week.
One gadget that you should never forget whenever you’re attending parties, special events or get-together is your digital camera. This handy device lets you capture photos and videos of unforgettable moments, share it with your friends, and keep them for remembrance.
That said, GADG takes a look at the most recently launched digital cameras and camcorders to date.Read the rest of the article »
"Today's launch further establishes Samsung's position of leadership, setting the benchmark for the latest high performing camera designs." ---Samsung
January is filled with revelations from the recent CES 2011 event. Samsung was one of the many companies at CES 2011 that rolled out exciting surprises for this new year. Earlier this month, the company introduced a line of new cameras and now Samsung is ready to unleash more.
“Today’s launch further establishes Samsung’s position of leadership, setting the benchmark for the latest high performing camera designs” as said on Samsung’s PR.
Samsung’s new line of cameras is accompanied by five low to mid-range point-and-shoots in its ST series. It begins with the ST30 model which sells at $100 moving up to ST65, then toST90 and touchscreen ST95 and to top it all, the $230 ST6500. ST6500 shows off a a 5x optical zoom, 720p video recording, and a touchscreen interface.
Expect the rest of the devices to fall between 10 and 16 megapixels, with either a 3x or 5x optical zoom and 720p video recording on all but the ST30. The five point-and-shoots will be available in February or March.Read the rest of the article »
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 »
Bring out the photographer in you with FinePix X100.
Hail the most beautiful! Photokina might be underway. Fujifilm’s press event isn’t up until Tuesday, but they are teasing our eyes with the “goddess of beauty.” Make way for the FinePix X100.
The camera packs a 12.3 megapixel APS-C sensor. Supporting 720p movies, showing off EXR processor and 23 F2 Fujinon lens will make you want it so badly. It enables the Hybrid Viewfinder for intricate shooting capabilities.
It tags along a 2.8 inch LCD, a magnesium alloy top/base plate so sleek and sexy. The low-light shooters will fall for the ISO range of 200 to 6400 and also 5FPS continuous shooting and a full manual mode. Plus, SD/SDHC/SDXC card support with 127- x 75- x 54mm dimensions.
Here is the teaser video. Credits to Engadget.View Article Source »
As leaks about their new cameras kept on coming, Nikon feels pressured.
A major leak last Friday stressed that Nikon launches two of its main camera of the year in the last two weeks before the Photokina show. The Coolpix P7000 and possibly more point-and-shoot models are to be unwrapped on Sept. 8, according to Nikon Rumors, while the D7000 DSLR would arrive one week later, on September 15. A telephoto lens 200mm f2, an unidentified second lens and a new Speedlight flash are also coming on the latter date.
The P7000 will be at the high end of the regular compact camera with a 7.1x (28-200mm) lens, a higher sensitivity 10-megapixel CCD sensor, shoot RAW images and 720p video recording. Many expect that the D7000 is more significant as it will use enhanced video of the D3100, but with a higher density sensor and possibly dual card slots.
Although the information is not confirmed, intercepted on the same site accurate dates for the launch of Nikon releases this month.View Article Source »
Fujifilm FinePix REAL 3D W3 joins the phenomena of 3D developments. Making you enjoy the playground of photography.
Three dimensional gadgets has conquered our lives and we try not to live with it. It’s all about 3D movies and everything 3D. This maybe the reason why FujiFilm joined the era of 3D when they made the FinePix REAL 3D W3 digital camera. It must be a notch higher from its predecessor. Taking high-resolution 3D photos and movies in 3D HD at 720p. Thanks to real Photo Processor. It is also equipped with a new Mini HDMI port that lets you play back your recorded images and video on most 3D television systems, apart from the Autostereoscopic 3D Widescreen 3.5” LCD display.
The Slim FinePix Real 3D W3 wears a sleek black matte finish in an ergonomic design. With 21mm at its thinnest point while tipping the scales at just 8.5 ounces with a battery and memory card stashed within. Durable stainless steel material was used in the construction, assuring you of an optical axis which balances accurate 3D images. W3 will also feature a horizontal lens cover with wave detail that doubles up as an on/off switch.
This Slim FinePix Real 3D W3 from Fujifilm is designed to capture 3D from its twin 10-megapixel CCD sensors together with dual FUJINON 3x optical zoom lenses (35-105mm) which are spaced 75mm apart. 3D and 2D functions are both capturing high-definition, high-resolution still and moving photos sweat free. The audio is preserved for the impact. The One Touch Movie Mode lets you switch from movies and still modes. Making you enjoy the playground of photography. The FinePix REAL 3D W3 digital camera will be out on the market early next month for $499.95.View Article Source »
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