Monday, June 30, 2008

Vacations....

Hello there...This is Mavilonus.
I'm going to NY for a few days....Vacations...

Please, stay tuned. I will return on July 12th.

Then, I will upload more and more news, reviews, pictures, rumors more news, etc...

Bye....See you!

Mavilonus

Lancerlink's DDV-1080HD HD camcorder lowers the bar

Lancerlink's DDV-1080HD HD camcorder lowers the bar



Watch out DXG, you've got a new rival in town, and it goes by the name Lancerlink. Just when we thought you had the cheap-o HD camcorder market all locked up, in comes this firm with a rather chintzy looking camcorder capable of logging clips at 1,440 x 1,080 (30fps) or 1,280 x 720 (60fps) in H.264 format. The 5-megapixel sensor can also snag stills, but considering that there's just 90MB of free memory within, you should probably keep an SD / MMC / SDHC card nearby. You'll also find a 3-inch LCD monitor, HDTV (component) output, USB connectivity and a rechargeable battery good for around four hours of use. The worst part, however, is the ¥49,800 ($474) price tag that's attached to the July-bound DDV-1080HD, which makes it a few hundies more than most of DXG's awfully similar collection.

(Via Engadget.)

Saturday, June 28, 2008

Nikon D700 spy shots and info piling up

Nikon D700 spy shots and info piling up



Spy shots of what could be the Nikon D700 have been floating around for a while now, but it's only today that we've gotten a full-on body shot of the DSLR. Rumored specs basically paint the unit as a D300 body with the D3's FX sensor crammed inside, and there's speculation that the lens pictured is an upgraded version of Nikon's AF-S 24-120mm VR unit. We're also hearing that it'll be introduced in August and go on sale in December for $3300, but that's all speculation until this thing actually hits.

(Via Engadget.)

Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Ricoh's 12 megapixel GX200 for the undecided

Ricoh's 12 megapixel GX200 for the undecided



So long GX100, hello GX200 and your new 1/1.7-inch 12 megapixel CCD sensor. Ricoh's bridge between point-and-shoot cameras and DSLRs also features new Smooth Image Engine III processing to better control noise, a larger 2.7-inch LCD, and a 5fps continuous RAW shooting mode. The 24 to 72-mm (35mm equiv) wide-angle lens, SDHC slot, RAW image support, thin 25-mm chassis, and removable tilting electronic view´Čünder all carry over from the predecessor. Available next month for £350 (about $689) or £400 (about $788) if you find that viewfinder a must.

(Via Engadget.)

Monday, June 23, 2008

Canon PoweShot SD770 IS

Canon PoweShot SD770 IS

The Canon PowerShot SD770 IS is an ultra-point and shoot a 3x zoom and a target of 10.0 million pixels CCD imager. Functional, the device is based on Canon-Legacy’s position of cost reduction, reduced spec-SD-700 models in the series.


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With a few high-profile, heavily hyped around the same fraternity, it is easy for the Canon PowerShot SD770 is ignored. Sitting exciting new interface between developed and a lot of new technologies in SD790 and 890, and the budget Bombardier SD1100 IS - followed by a camera was in almost all the ‘best value’ list.


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The SD770 is a return to much of what the original ELPH was: a simple camera with pocketable No Frills Snapshot capture in the eye. DIGIC III, optical image stabilization, the great and the resolution of the form the backbone technology, so that the compact is built. Sporting a three-way operation (with breaks for reading, movie mode, as well as periodic review that the image shooting) and no physical wheel, the SD770 takes a menu selection on the basis of ‘previous approach to the cameras in this line.


Pros:

* The simplicity, the user interface are optimized

* Battery ultra refreshing performance

* AF-performance is hard to beat

* The robust construction quality, good classical aspect


Cons:

* Slow flash recycling time remain

* Objective Unscheinbar

* Sensor is a bit noisy, too lower ISO

* A simple camera for more money?



(Via Daily Computer Electronic Cell Phone Digital Camera Review.)

Saturday, June 21, 2008

Sony HDR-CX11E Handycam

Sony HDR-CX11E Handycam

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Sony, world’s leading name in camera and digital solutions, has yet again brought reasons to smile with its new HDR-CX11E Handycam. Sony HDR-CX11E Handycam is considered as the world’s first camcorder to feature a unique function called Smile Shutter. Using this function, Sony HDR-CX11E Handycam captures crisp 7.6 megapixel photos the moment someone smiles. You can check this product at InfoComm 2008 taking place at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

The main features of Sony HDR-CX11E Handycam include Carl Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T-lens, 10.2 effective megapixel Still Image Recording, Smile Shutter and Face Detection. This new handycam from Sony also incorporates a 2.7-inch wide and clear photo LCD plus screen and a 5.1-inch Surround Recording with zoom microphone.



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Sony HDR-CX11E Handycam comes packed with all the advanced features and functionalities. Moreover, it is powered by the high-speed BIONZ processor and D-range Optimizer technology. Feel free to capture true-to-life pictures with this easy to use handycam that offers a superb HD viewing experience.

Sony HDR-CX11E Handycam will be available from August 2008, however it is available for pre-ordering at www.sonystyle-europe.com.




(Via Image-Acquire.com.)

Friday, June 20, 2008

DC-2100 Digital Camera

DC-2100 Digital Camera

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FCC has recently approved the DC-2100 Digital Camera that has high image resolution, flash and many more attractive features to shoot the brilliant photos. It comes with the amazing feature of PC camera function. You are free to download the pictures straightforwardly from the camera by using the USB data connectivity. The digital camera supports SDRAM/ NAND FLASH and interfaced SD/MMC card that has 8MB-512MB memory. Another attractive feature of the digital camera is instant messaging that allows you to chat with your friends through its pc camera function.



If you press the mode key twice for 10s AUTO shooting, it will take mechanically 10 seconds later. Pressing the mode key thrice for AVI continuous shooting and a flash symbol would exist on the left corner of the CSTN display. You can press the mode key under the second class menu and then press UP/DOWN to switch. You can switch the frequency of the camera to adjust the light and it will take attractive and high-quality photos.






The digital camera comes with user-friendly functions making it easier to operate. Pressing power key for 1 second will start up the camera and you can use or handle the functions of the camera. If you don’t use camera for 60 seconds, it will be switched-off automatically. When you press the shooting key, it will capture one photo for you. You can capture unlimited photos by this digital camera and also can preserve them in the ample memory of the camera.



Specification of the camera:



Image resolution: 1.3M 1280*1024, 800k 1024* 768, 300k, 640*480

Interpolated to: 3.1M 2048*1536 and 2.0M 1600*1200

Memory: SDRAM

Interface memory: SD/MMC card (8MB-512MB)

Video shoot frequency: 10/second (VGA) 25/second (QVGA)

Lens: f=9.6mm F2.8

Auto energy saving: auto shoot off without operation within 60 seconds

Flash: auto/compressing

Exposure and white balance: Auto





The wonderful DC-2100 digital camera will be available in the market very soon and you can purchase it to enjoy a wonderful photography experience with it.




(Via Image-Acquire.com.)

Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Sony Ericsson's 8.1 megapixel C905 breaks free

Sony Ericsson's 8.1 megapixel C905 breaks free



No surprises here but at least Sony Ericsson's C905 Cyber-shot is now official. As a camera, we're talking Xenon flash, face detection, image stabilization and 8.1 megapixels crammed into a tiny sensor of unspecified make or dimensions. As a phone we're looking at quad-band GSM (9-hours talk / 380 hours standby) and tri-band UMTS/HSDPA 850/1900/2100 on the C905a worldphone variant. It also comes packing an auto-rotating, 2.4-inch scratch-resistant QVGA display, aGPS with Google Maps, A2DP stereo Bluetooth, TV-out, 2GB of included Memory Stick Micro (M2), and WiFi with DLNA support when this slider is loosed upon the globe in Q4.


(Via Engadget.)

Monday, June 16, 2008

Sanyo VPC-HD1010 Xacti Camera Now In Korea

Sanyo VPC-HD1010 Xacti Camera Now In Korea

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Sanyo’s newly launched VPC-HD1010 Xacti digital media camera not only pleases photography buffs through its immense power, but also captivates them with its exquisite design. The lightweight camera includes 10x optical zoom with 1080i HDMI resolution. The VPC-HD1010 digital camera also functions as a superior camcorder and enables sequential shooting at 7 frames per second with 4 megapixel still images.

Capture images and video at 1920 x 1080 pixel and enjoy them on a 2.7’ Widescreen Display. The screen can rotate up to 285 degrees letting the user to take difficult-to-

view pictures.



Manual controls, easy camera to PC connection and HD playback adds to the usability. The camera also features image Stabilization, adjustable resolution modes, and robust sound recording which makes it a boon for all photographic professionals.



Catch your baby's first smile or first step with startup of two seconds. The small and ergonomic design fits the palm easily and allows comfortable shooting. Sanyo has not disclosed the price yet, but it will be available for use soon.




(Via Image-Acquire.com.)

Hands-on with Samsung's SC-HMX20C 1080p camcorder

Hands-on with Samsung's SC-HMX20C 1080p camcorder



Check it, boys and girls. Engadget HD just got Samsung's flagship camcorder into the labs, and there's a whole pile of images waiting just on the other side for you to indulge in. Click on over, the water's fine.

(Via Engadget.)

Adobe Premiere Elements 4 Review

Quick rundown:

Pros: Simple and easy to use, but with the flexibility to create more complex videos.

Cons: No AVCHD support, yet.

Adobe Premiere Elements 4

Adobe makes it easy to create quick, appealing home movies with the latest installment of Adobe Premiere Elements. A slick interface, better integration with Photoshop Elements, and better support for Flash-based sites like YouTube make Adobe Premiere Elements 4 a great choice for video projects, but the current lack of AVCHD support makes it a product I cannot fully endorse for anyone wanting to edit non-HDV video.

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Thursday, June 12, 2008

Hands-on with Samsung's SC-HMX20C 1080p camcorder

Hands-on with Samsung's SC-HMX20C 1080p camcorder



Check it, boys and girls. Engadget HD just got Samsung's flagship camcorder into the labs, and there's a whole pile of images waiting just on the other side for you to indulge in. Click on over, the water's fine.

(Via Engadget.)

Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Canon EOS Rebel XS 10MP entry-level D-SLR

Canon EOS Rebel XS 10MP entry-level D-SLR

Canon’s EOS Rebel XSi, the twelve-megapixel D-SLR announced back in January, has gained a sibling in the form of the Rebel XS. Replacing the existing Rebel XT, the XS increases the resolution from 8 to 10-megapixels and the preview screen from 1.8 to 2.5-inches. It also gains the XSi’s Live View, which allows photographers to frame their shots via the LCD rather than having to use the optical viewfinder.


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Canon EOS Rebel XS D-SLR


Also carried over is the Digic III image processor, which in the XSi boosted start-up time to just 0.1s enabled up to 6/53 (Raw/JPEG) using continuous shooting mood at 3fps. Canon are yet to confirm the XS start-up time, but it too can manage an unlimited 3fps burst rate and has improved battery life. There’s also a 7-point autofocus system.


Pricing is yet to be confirmed - though Canon suggest it’ll be in the same range as the XT it replaces, which would peg it at around $630 to $740 - but we do know that there will be a beginners starter-kit that includes an image stabilization lens with the Rebel XS body. Specifically, it will include the EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS lens, also by Canon. 




(Via SlashGear.)

Monday, June 9, 2008

Pentax Optio W60 Waterproof Digital Camera In Japan

Pentax Optio W60 Waterproof Digital Camera In Japan

Pentax Optio W60 Waterproof Digital Camera In Japan


Pentax is ready to release its Optio W60 compact digital camera in Japan. This waterproof digicam can survive underwater within 4 meters for 2 hours. Available in ocean blue and silver, the 10MP camera comes with 5x optical zoom lens, a 2.5-inch LCD, supports up to ISO 1600 and HD video recording. It is expected to be available on June 27th, 2008 for around Yen 40,000.

(Via The Digital Camera Blog.)

Friday, June 6, 2008

Sanyo's Xacti HD1010 1080i camcorder shoots 300fps slow-mo

Sanyo's Xacti HD1010 1080i camcorder shoots 300fps slow-mo



In its battle with Sony for 1080i pistol grips, Sanyo just announced a minor, but notable update to its premium HD1000 Full HD MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 camcorder. The new HD1010 adds improved image processing and stabilization, new 'face chaser' technology for stills and video, and amusing new 300fps slow-motion mode. Nothing compared to Casio's freakish EX-F1 but a nice novelty for shooting the kids' sporting adventures. Sanyo also tossed in a new 7fps continuous still shot mode which snags images at the sensor's maximum 4 megapixel resolution. A minor bump for sure but it makes for a compelling offering at the (relatively) low asking price of $800 when it hits the US in July (Japan, June 20th).

(Via Engadget.)

Wednesday, June 4, 2008

Panasonic HDC-SD8K Digicam - Special for the Olympics

Panasonic HDC-SD8K Digicam - Special for the Olympics
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Being the official sponsor of the Olympic Games Panasonic has announced the HDC-SD8K digital camcorder. It is not a new model but the Panasonic HDC-SD7 released last year but with a special red body paint coat and some fancy accessories. The specs remain the same as the cam records full HD video on a SDHC card it packs in a 10X optical zoom Leica lens and a 2.7 inch display. Along with the new red body color it has a matching grip belt along with an extra battery and a 8GB SDHC card so you dont miss out on any event at the Olympics. Only 150 pieces will be manufactured with each selling for 128,000 Yen ($ 1280).
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(Via Newlaunches.com.)

Monday, June 2, 2008

Kenko DMC-50 New Disney Digital Camera

Kenko DMC-50 New Disney Digital Camera

Kenko DMC-50 New Disney Digital Camera


Kenko today released a new Disney digital camera, the DMC-50. The compact camera comes jam packed with a CMOS 1/2.5’, 5.17MP sensor, a 2.4 inch LCD screen, 128MB of internal memory, and a 4x digital zoom. The camera is also able to record 640x480 video at 15fps.

(Via The Digital Camera Blog.)