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Polaroid Introduces Their Z2300 Instant Digital Camera

Written on June 28, 2012 by Avlya Jaie

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The Polaroid Z2300 is a digital camera that lets you share, edit and print photos.

Have you missed Polaroid’s Vintage Cameras that lets you take and print your photos instantly? Well the longing will end with the launch of their new Z2300 digital camera.

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Five Most-Awaited Cameras of 2011

Written on August 23, 2011 by Avlya Jaie

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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.

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M9-P, Leica’s New Version of M9

Written on June 22, 2011 by Lulu

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Leica released the new version of their M9 camera -- the M9-P.

The new M9-P digital rangefinder from Leica costs almost $7,995 — the same price of the original M9 commanded when it was released in 2009. The new version of M9 has a virtually unbreakable sapphire covering on its LCD. It was developed by using diamond cutting tools and an anti-reflective coating. The body of the camera […]

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Fujifilm Shows Off FinePix X100

Written on September 20, 2010 by Charles Bass

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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.

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Kodak’s EasyShare & PlayTouch Coming this Fall

Written on August 23, 2010 by Charles Bass

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Kodak's EasyShare M590 and PlayTouch 1080p lets you share photos in a snap.

Kodak is carrying a kick ass product. It is called the Playtouch pocket camcorder and EasyShare M590 point and shoot. This camera is capable of shooting image stabilized 1080p video with stereo audio to SDHC cards. Kodak’s $229.95 Playtouch has a 3-inch capacitive touch screen with plenty of room to edit your photos on cam before flipping the USB arm for a quick desktop transfer. With a HDMI jack that lets you pump that digital memoir directly to the entertainment room television without the PC assist. External mic jack and Share button makes it easy to show people on YouTube and Facebook your photos is an added magic as well.

Kodak’s EasyShare M590 billed at $199.99 is noted as world’s slimmest digicam with 5x optical zoom. With a 2.7 inch LCD, image stabilization, face detection, HD video capture and MicroSD support. It also features a share button just like Playtouch. Both gadgets will hit the stores sometime in the fall.

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Fujifilm FinePix REAL 3D W3: 3D Photography

Written on August 21, 2010 by Charles Bass

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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.

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Samsung ST80 : Uploading Made Easier with WiFi

Written on August 04, 2010 by Charles Bass

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Uploading pictures on your social network accounts becomes easier and faster with Samsung ST80. It's a digital camera with Wifi, no less.

Sometimes we get to upload good pictures weeks after it has been taken and sometimes it takes ages. Samsung has an answer do that laziness guys. And because Samsung loves us, they gave us this new sweet treat. Introducing Samsung’s ST80. It’s not just a digital cam, it’s a digital camera with WiFi. Meaning Facebook and MySpace worthy memoirs will be fired up even without the PC. Just go to your nearest hot spot, take a pic and voila! Fondest memories to share with friends are uploaded in an instant.

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Casio Introduces Super Resolution Zoom

Written on August 03, 2010 by Charles Bass

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Casio wants you to capture life's greatest moments with super resolution zoom.

Behold camera lovers! Casio gave us a peep on their new invention.

This new product, according to Digital Photography Review, is not yet out. Casio EX-S200 and the EX-Z800 are both equipped with a 14.1 megapixel with a 720p video recording and a 4x optical zoom. Not to mention the Exilim Engine 5.0 processing which the company whole heartedly introduced to us this year, and the perpetual fire-and-forget Premium Auto Mode. Specs are nothing special except the fact that the S200 is slightly thinner, with an auto-focus assist lamp and an instant-on Quick Mode. While the Z800 is much much more lighter and smaller in all the perspective.

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