I recently received a sample of the newly introduced, patent pending, Dust-Aid sensor cleaning system. The creator of Dust-Aid, Ross Wordhouse, wanted a cleaning system that was easy to toss in bag and wouldn't cause any delays at security checkpoints. Read on for our full review.
At the Photo Marketing Association (PMA) trade show in Las Vegas from March 8-11, we'll see another brand in the digital camera market. Today, GE announced that they will be showing off several digital camera models, including entry level models with 7 megapixel resolution with 2.5 inch screens and higher-end cameras with 12 megapixels of resolution and 3 inch screens.
There is a lot of innovation going on to make the cameras in mobile phones better. One technology that caught my eye this morning made its debut in Barcelona, Spain at the 3GSM World Congress. TrueFocus technology from Omnivision promises no focus time and a much greater depth of field than a tradtional lens system.
Even though many digital camera owners have become wise about the affect of camera resolution on image quality, I still run into people who haven't. There are many digital camera owners and potential digital camera owners out there who think that, for example, an 8 megapixel camera is better than a 6 megapixel camera. This editorial attempts to explain why this is a misconception.
Every once in a while, we like to show you what camera users are saying about their cameras. Read on for what users are saying about the Canon Powershot S3 IS.
Kodak has entered the consumer inkjet market with three new inkjets and a pricing structure for inks that will break the pricing mold currently used by consumer inkjet printers. The current model is to use low-priced printers with relatively high-priced ink cartridges. Kodak printers will use premium, pigment-based ink at much lower prices, with a black cartridge costing $10 and a color cartridge for $15.
The list of most popular cameras on our site didn't change too much between December 2005 and January of this year, but with all of the new cameras being announced, that is sure to change. Here are the cameras that visitors to DigitalCameraReview.com are looking at most.
The newly announced Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ3 will be, in my opinion, a very welcome update to its predecessor the TZ1. Panasonic has done a lot more than just give the TZ1 a resolution upgrade. The new TZ3 still features a 10x optical zoom, but also allows wide angle shooting (28mm equivalent) and brings the 3 inch screen to the show. It also shoots at up to 7.2 megapixels and includes Panasonic's MEGA O.I.S image stabilization system and Intelligent ISO Control.
One of eight new Panasonic cameras announced today, the ultra-zoom Lumix DMC-FZ8 is the successor to the FZ7. It features a 12x optical zoom with optical image stabilization, 7.2 megapixel resolution, 2.5 inch LCD, and a new Panasonic LSI Venus Engine III processor for better response times and quicker operation over its predecessor.
Panasonic has added three new digital cameras to it's slim and stylish FX line - the Lumix DMC-FX10, Lumix DMC-FX12, and Lumix DMC-FX30. The FX10 and FX12 are essentially the same camera, but with different resolutions (6 MP and 7.2 MP respectively). They both have 2.5 inch LCDs and 3x optical zoom lenses. The FX30 boasts that it is the world's slimmest digital camera with a wide angle (28mm equivalent). It also gets a 7.2 megapixel resolution, a 3.6x optical zoom and a 2.5 inch LCD.
In the midst of 8 new Lumix digital cameras from Panasonic, they're also updating the LZ line and an LS model. The Lumix DMC-LZ7, Lumix DMC-LZ6, and Lumix DMC-LS70 all feature what Panasonic is calling Intelligent Image Stabilization. Intelligent Image Stabilization is accomplished with the combination of optical image stabilization to counteract camera shake and Intelligent ISO Control to counteract subject movement.
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