Fujifilm has announced a modified version of their Finepix S3 Pro. This new limited edition camera, the Fujifilm Finepix S3 Pro UVIR, is modified to be sensitive to ultraviolet (UV) and infrared (IR) light. This camera is the first "factory made" digital SLR to be specifically designed for UV and IR photography.
After all the teasers and "leaks", it seems like everyone knows all the details about the new Nikon D80, but now that it's officially announced, you can get the full, confirmed specs for Nikon's new mid-range digital SLR. The 10.2 megapixel Nikon D80 is meant to replace the D70s in that price bracket above the D50.
Today, Casio has announced three new 7.2 megapixel Exilim digital cameras. The Casio Exilim EX-Z70 is a follow up to their Z60 with a nice 2.5 inch LCD. The Casio Exilim EX-Z700 features a 2.7 inch LCD and some unique in-camera features. Finally, the Casio Exilim EX-S770 features a wide aspect ratio, 2.8 inch LCD. All three cameras are less than an inch thick and come in multiple colors.
Today, Kodak has announced four new digital cameras and a new portable printer. The Kodak Easyshare V705 is another dual lens camera that takes wide angle shots (upgrading the V570). The Kodak Easyshare C875, C743, and C443 will be added to Kodak's simple to use, entry level C series. The new Kodak Easyshare G600 Printer Dock will provide some portability to Kodak's Easyshare printing solutions.
Pentax has announced the Optio W20, the latest camera in its line of Optio waterproof digital cameras. While it looks the same as its predecessor, the W10, it upgrades some hardware and adds some features. The W20 shoots at 7 megapixels, has a 2.5 inch LCD, a 3x optical zoom, and will support SDHC cards. Look for the Pentax Optio W20 in September for under $300.
The 7.2 megapixel Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T9 provides a little more affordability to its more expensive cousin, the T30. Available in 4 colors with a 2.5 inch LCD, 3x optical zoom, and Sony's Super SteadyShot image stabilization system.
Given the heat wave across most of the USA recently, it may be hard to get out and take pictures. However, back to school is coming quickly and many people are looking for cameras to take to school or to take pictures of their kids at the school plays. If you find yourself needing to replace or upgrade your camera, we like to profile the most popular cameras on our web site to give you a good idea of what people are considering.
To a Point and Shoot (P&S) camera user, the mode options can seem superfluous at best, and terrifying at worst. After all, isn't the camera called "Point and Shoot" for a reason? Why should the average camera user bother changing modes when the camera was designed to take a decent picture with no switch flipping or incantations from the user? The answer is simple: you don't have to, but using the modes can lead to even better results.
The Kodak Easyshare P712 is a new addition to Kodak's "Performance" line of digital cameras. Announced last month, the P712 features a 7.1 megapixel capture resolution, a stabilized 12x optical zoom, a 2.5 inch LCD, and plenty of features to appeal to someone ready to expand their digital photography horizons. I've had the camera for a few days now and wanted to give my first impressions (and let you know that a full review is coming soon).
The Pentax Optio S7 is a new addition to the slim and stytlish S line of Pentax Optio cameras. A successor to the S6, the S7 features a 7 megapixel sensor, 2.5 inch LCD (with 232K pixels), 3x optical zoom, and some of Pentax' newer technologies, like Face Recognition AF & AE. The S7 will be available on a limited basis in September for under $300.
Image stabilized (IS) mega-zoom digicams are currently one of the hottest products in the high tech marketplace. Kodak's first foray in this highly competitive arena, the Kodak Easyshare Z612, was designed to compete directly with Canon's S3 IS, Sony's H5, and Panasonic's FZ7.
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