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Samsung is introducing two new cams that go into the budget category. The 7-megapixel S760 and the 8-megapixel S860. They both feature the 38-105mm-equivalent 3x lens, supported by the camera’s sensitivity-bumping, shutter-quickening digital image stabilization, face-detecting autofocus/auto-exposure mode and a variety of on-camera photo-editing options.
Samsung’s 7-megapixel S760 and the 8-megapixel S860 will sell for $170 and $180 since January 2008.


Seems like Canon recalls it’s top DSLR 1D Mark III from shelves in response to the autofocus trouble. On October 25th, Canon sent a letter ro all dealers, stating that they have “decided to stop shipment of all EOS-1D Mark III. We would therefore like to collect all unsold EOS-1D Mark III units from your stock.” A shipping recommencement date is promised at a later time.

Ever heard of Toyota recalling Lexus?

via Engadget

Yesterday we wrote about new Sony camera DSC-T2 with 4 gb Flash memory onboard. And today I’ve found this.


This picture of 2-nd generation Nanos is dated September 12-th, 2006 while those glossy Sony’s digital cameras are freshly baked.

Whether Sony’s designers and art directors are Apple fanboys or it’s just a custom and usual industry steal, Sony should change it’s motto to like.no.other.except.some.

(via Japanese Engadget )


Sony announces DSC-T2 Cyber-shot with 8-megapixel sensor with Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar branded 3x optical zoom lens and a 2.7″ touch panel LCD display. It has optical stabilisation and the specs include ISO sensitivity up to ISO 3200, 230k pixel touchscreen, a Memory Stick Duo / PRO Duo card slot, 1/2.5-inch CCD, 4GB of built in memory and USB 2.0 plus video connectivity for viewing on the latest HD televisions.


It also features Sony’s face detection technology, autoexposure and autofocus systems plus smile detection. The camera will be available from December 2007 for $350in blue, green, pink, white or black.


Olympus presents E-3, new model in it’s E series which is a ten-megapixel (High Speed Live MOS sensor) professional digital SLR. The E-single digit cameras are built, using the 4/3 stantard. It claims to have the world’s fastest auto-focusing speeds via an advanced AF system and new ZUIKO DIGITAL SWD (Supersonic Wave Drive) lenses. Highest levels of speed and image quality as well as Live View capabilities, shutter speeds of up to 1/8000th sec. and 5fps sequential shooting (with a 19 image RAW buffer in burst mode), Live View on its multi-angle, 2.5″/6.4cm HyperCrystal LCD. The camera also features TruePic III image processing engine.

The Olympus E-3 Body is going to cost £1099 ($2237) in the UK. It will be available from end of November.

The Olympus E-3 – main features are inside this article.



Olympus started Olympus µ 790 SW Lime Green edition with only 5000 cameras to be sold around the Europe. Like all µ series, it is 7.1 shockproof, waterproof and freezeproof. It has a 3x optical zoom (equiv. to 38-114mm), Face Detection Technology, multiple scene modes including four specifically made for underwater use, 2.5″ HyperCrystal LCD (230,000 pixel resolution) and TruePic III image processor.

In stores from mid October 2007. Main features are inside this article.



And now it’s our official Hello Kitty break! Maybe you already have these USB leg-warmers or an extra cute pink screen and keyboard dust cover but now it’s time for something completely different!

Casio Exilim 720 is now Hello Kitty Camera. Apart from the cuteness and some pink stickers with world’s most famous kitty-face brand, nothing changes. It is still 7.2 Megapixel camera with an 2.6 inch LCD screen, can record videos on a SDHC card. But it plays Hello Kitty start up images and sounds.

The Hello Kitty themed Casio Exilim 720 is available in Japan for 47,250 Yen ($ 400). Something perfect for “MySpace selfportraits”.


fuji.jpgRight on the heels of Fujifilm’s announcement of their IS Pro, they now present their S800FD point and shoot. The S800FD seems like a nice transition if you are wanting to make the jump to DSLR.

benq570×150_e605.jpgBenQ came out with the DC-E605 camera. Main feature of it is 3D-rotating lens, with this the camera is able to perform zoom in & out at a faster speed. The other features include a 2.4-inch TFT LCD monitor, 6 Megapixel, 3x optical zoom 35-105 mm, 32MB of built-in memory and an SD slot for expansion. The Shake-Free function lets everyone to take clear photos withour shaking.

This digital camera has high-speed F2.5 aperture and high-performance 24 to 72 mm wide zoom lens (35mm film equivalent). It features a 10.01 megapixel CCD, and “Smooth Imaging Engine II”. It is 25mm thick and it’s really slim for these technical specs. The 2.5 LCD offers a 170-degree viewing angle. The attachable electronic viewfinder is very useful on a sunny day and provides 100% image coverage. It supports SDHC cards and uses AAA batteries when you run out of charge.