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Flip video cam takes 13% market share

March 24, 2008 David Pogue of the New York Times has written a very positive review of Pure Digital’s Flip video camera which we previewed here. Pogue points out that in the twelve months since it was released, the simple no-frills but functional camera has garnered 13 % of the video camera marke, making it one of the biggest digital trends of 2007.  Read More

Asterbot automated video tagging

March 14, 2008 Asterpix has released new technology that automatically tags any internet video with interactive hotspots allowing users to see notes, links to more information and other videos on related topics. The new system build on the company's web-based service that enabled users to create interactive videos - with Asterbot, the work is done for you.  Read More

ThruVision’s Security Imaging Systems

March 12, 2008 ThruVision’s T5000 Security Imaging System uses passive terahertz imaging technology to reveal concealed weapons in both stationary and mobile subjects - even outdoors - at a range of up to 25 meters. T-rays can pass through clothing, paper, cardboard, wood, masonry, fog and clouds, but bounce off metal, liquid, and some ceramics and plastics – this allows the T5000 to easily identify weapons even in a moving crowd of people.  Read More

Olympus E-420

March 6, 2008 Olympus has again claimed the mantle of the world’s thinnest, smallest interchangeable lens digital SLR camera with the announcement of the E-420. The camera is scheduled to be released in May this year, and is the successor to the E-410 digital SLR released last April.  Read More

Olympus Stylus 7x optical zoom digital compact camera

March 1, 2008 Olympus has crammed a 7 X optical zoom lens into an ultra-compact body in the latest addition to the Stylus (or "Mju"depending on where you are in the world) line of digital cameras.  Read More

The E840s

February 25, 2008 General Imaging, the worldwide exclusive licensee for GE digital cameras, has rolled out the next generation of GE digital cameras for 2008. The nine all-new models unveiled at the 2008 PMA trade show in Las Vegas brings the total number of cameras in the GE-branded digital camera line to 15. Features from last years models such as panorama stitching, face detection and in-camera red-eye removal will be combined with an assortment of additional features, including smile detection, blink detection, upgraded lenses, and LCD screens that adjust to changes in ambient light – all packed into slimmer camera bodies. One new model, the E1050, also adds HDTV playback, touch-screen and GPS capability.  Read More

New digital SLRs from Pentax

February 19, 2008 Pentax has added to its digital SLR line-up with the release of the 10.2 megapixel K200D and the 14.6 megapixel K20D- the highest resolution camera to date in the company's prosumer category. Both cameras boast dust-proof and weather-resistant bodies, an improved image processor and anti-shake systems that work with any PENTAX lens.  Read More

Zonet 7630 IP Camera - Wireless version

Zonet is releasing two Internet Protocol security cameras in November. The $220 7630 and $320 wireless 7630W both have built in web servers with individual IP addresses that can connect directly to a user’s network and be accessed from a standard web browser.February 15, 2008 Zonet has announced the upcoming release two new portable lP security cameras featuring motion detection and night-vision capabilities. The USD$220 7630 model and its USD$320 wireless counterpart (7630W) both have built in web servers with individual IP addresses that can connect directly to a user’s network and be accessed from a standard web browser.  Read More

Panasonic's 32GB SDHC card

February 13, 2008 The options for consumers looking to boost storage capacity for their increasingly sophisticated Camcorders just keep getting better. In the latest development, Panasonic has announced it will release a 32 Gigabyte SD High Capacity (SDHC) Memory Card with Class 6 speed specification in April 2008.  Read More

Nikon COOLPIX S600

Boasting a blistering start up speed of 0.7 seconds and the the world’s smallest body for a compact digital camera of its type (ie. one equipped with a 28mm zoom lens and optical vibration reduction), Nikon’s 10 mega-pixel S600 leads a flurry of new additions to the company's COOLPIX compact digital camera range. The S600 is exceptionally portable at 130 g (4.6 oz.) and features automatic light sensitivity control between ISO 100 and ISO 800 (with manual settings up to ISO 3200), Vibration Reduction (VR) image stabilization technology, a 2.7-inch LCD monitor that has been given anti-reflection coating as well as improved shooting displays and revised icons, three movie modes and 14 different scene modes including the new "Active Child" mode which allows you to frame and select a moving subject before shooting.  Read More

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