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Sunday, Jun 05, 2005

Waterproof Protective Housing For Samsung Digimax i5 / #1

Jun 05, 2005 | Category: Samsung Digimax i5 / #1

This protective housing will allow underwater photography up to a depth of 5 m.

The Digimax SPH-A3 has been developed to overcome the limitations of digital cameras when used in environments subject to water, moisture and shock. The housing uses a lightweight polycarbonate as its base material, achieving excellent endurance and allowing camera operation to be monitored and controlled efficiently.

Like the i5 the Digimax SPH-A3 (113 x 72 x 29 mm, approximately 110 g) is compact. This versatile protective housing satisfies the various requirements for photography of water sports; for example, at a swimming pool or beach, for water-skiing or white-water rafting, and for underwater activities such as snorkeling. It is also ideal for winter sports such as skiing and ice-skating, as well as for other activities at industrial sites with a high level of dust and moisture.

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Friday, Jun 03, 2005

Sony Cyber-shot S60 / S80 Review - DigiCamReview

Jun 03, 2005 | Category: Sony Cyber-shot S60 / S80

Sony Cyber-shot S60 / S80The Sony Cybershot DSC-S60 / S80 is a good all-round 4 megapixel digital camera, with a very good movie mode, and very good battery life. Image quality is good, and the camera offers some manual controls, but unfortunately lacks custom white balance and manual focus. The camera is on the expensive side, especially if you take into consideration the high cost of Sony Memory Sticks. The Sony Cybershot S60 is a good all round camera, and if you don’t mind the price, then I would recommend this camera.

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Canon Digital Rebel XT / EOS 350D Review - SpotPhoto

Jun 03, 2005 | Category: Canon Digital Rebel XT / EOS 350D

Canon Digital Rebel XT / EOS 350DA week with new 8 megapixel Canon Digital Rebel XT / EOS 350D convinced me that it’s really a tremendous camera for beginner and as a spare body for professional shooter alike. Handling, responsiveness, shooting speed and picture quality - this camera offers some serious competition to larger, heavier and more expensive cameras.

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Samsung Digimax Pro 815 Review

Jun 03, 2005 | Category: Samsung Digimax Pro 815

Samsung Digimax Pro 815Samsung Camera has announced that the company will release the world’s longest(15X) optical zoom 8 megapixel high-end digital camera(model name: Pro815), targeting enthusiast photographers, later this year. The Samsung Digimax Pro 815, offers unrivalled features and performance and is beyond comparison to other cameras in the same class. This marks the pinnacle of Samsung Camera’s product range for 2005.

The Pro815 is equipped with a 15X optical zoom with a focal length of 28-420mm(35mm equivalent), this means you can shoot from wide angle to telephoto with one lens. Normally it is not possible to incorporate both 28mm wide-angle and 420mm tele-zoom capabilities in an average high-end camera, since they generally, only come with a 7-8X zoom. With SLR systems, different lenses need to be switched to shoot wide-angle and ultra high zoom pictures, this means carrying lots of equipment, missing some shots due to lens changeover and buying multiple lenses. The Pro815 has four low-dispersion glass lenses specially manufactured to minimize chromatic aberration that can occur when wide-angle and ultra high zoom are supported at the same time. In addition, it employs 2 aspherical lenses for the correction of spherical aberration and lateral colours for the entire zoom range from wide to tele. This world-renowned Schneider-KREUZNACH lens offers outstanding reliability. This lens combined with the high-sensitivity CCD means the Pro815 provides the best image quality possible in its class.
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Fujifilm FinePix Z1 Review - DCRP

Jun 03, 2005 | Category: Fujifilm FinePix Z1

Fujifilm FinePix Z1The Fuji FinePix Z1 is a capable ultra-thin camera and it earns my recommendation. Just be prepared for some of the tradeoffs that come with owning a camera this small.

The Z1 is an ultra-thin metal camera that’s very stylish. It comes in both silver and black colors and it’s small enough to go anywhere. It features a large 2.5″ LCD that’s usable in bright and dim light. Some things I didn’t like about the Z1’s design include the missing tripod mount and I/O ports (both of which require using the included camera dock) and the too-small shutter release button. Those of you who like having an optical viewfinder should know that, like many cameras in this class, the Z1 does not have one.

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