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Fujifilm FinePix Z2

Z2 je treca kamera iz Fuji-a, i rijec je o nadogradnji Z1 modela, upakovana je u ultra tanko aluminijsko kuciste i dolazi sa 5.1 megapikselnim (CCD) senzorom slike te 3x optickim zumom. LCD ekran je 2.5 inca velicine i ISO osjetljivost ide do 1600.

VGA filmove snima pri 30 slicica u sekundi.
Kamera ima interesantan nacin paljenja i gasenja same kamere pomjeranja klizeceg poklopca preko leca.

Oficijelnog press release i fotografija jos uvijek nemamo.


Fujifilm FinePix F460

F460 je slabiji model od prethodnog F11 modela. Rijec je o kameri sa 3x optickim zumom te 5.1 megapikselnim senzorom slike. Ekran je LCD sad vec standardne velicine za ovu generaciju digitalnih kamera iz Fuji-a, odnosno 2.5 inca.

Slabiji model pokusava da to kompenzira sa 13MB interne memorije. VGA filmovi snimaju se pri 30 slicica u sekundi, kamera posjeduje manuelni nacin rada i jos 10 predefiniranih nacina rada i upakovana je u stilsko i tanko metalno kuciste. Koristi xD memorijsku karticu.

Na trzistu ce se pojaviti u novembru 2005.godine i to prvo na njemackom trzistu.


Fujifilm FinePix F11

Iz Fuji-a dolaze tri nove kamere, prvo vam predstavljamo FujiFilm Finepix F11, digitalnu kameru sa 6.3 megapikselnim senzorom slike i 3x optickim zumom (F2.8 - F 5.0) te LCD ekranom od 2.5 inca (153,000 piksela).

Jedna od prednosti koje proizvodjac istice je i ISO osjetljivost do 1600 (idealno za slabo osvjetljene fotografije) i na drugu stranu do 80, zatim baterije koje, po specifikaciji, mogu napraviti 500 snimaka bez punjenja te snimanje VGA filmova pri 30 slicica u sekundi i PictBridge kompatibilnost . Kamera koristi xD kartice.

F11 na trzistu ce se pojaviti u novembru ove godine no cijena jos uvijek nije poznata.

[color=blue]The Fujifilm FinePix F11 is a 6.3 megapixel digital camera which comes featuring a 3x Optical Zoom lens and 2.5inch LCD monitor.

It also features a high ISO 1600 sensitivity (ideal for low light shooting), 500 shot battery life, VGA movie capture at 30 frames per second and PictBridge compatibility for direct to printer printing.
The Fujifilm FinePix F11 will be in stores in November of 2005

FinePix F11 Zoom features at a glance:
* A (aperture priority AE) and S (shutter priority AE) modes
* High resolution (153,000 pixel) 2.5-inch LCD monitor for optimum clarity and detail
* Super CCD sensor delivering 6.3 million effective pixels
* 3x optical zoom lens (F2.8 - F 5.0), equivalent to 36-108mm on a 35mm camera
* 500-shot battery life
* Class-leading sensitivity setting of ISO 1600 for photography in low light conditions with low noise (ISO 800 for clear movie shooting in low light)
* Low sensitivity of ISO 80 for ultra-high quality photography in bright conditions
* Improved macro mode for subjects as close as 5cm
* 3:2 image format option
* Quick response times (0.01 second shutter lag* and 1.3 second start-up)
* VGA movie capture of 30 frames per second with sound
* xD-Picture Card™ providing large storage capacity, lower power consumption and fast
* write speeds (16MB to 1GB capacities currently available)
* PictBridge compatible for direct printing without a PC[/color]

[color=green]updated 20 Mart 2006
PhotographyBLOG reviews the Fujifilm Finepix F11 and writes - 'The Fujifilm Finepix F11 is a pocketable, responsive digital camera that can be used in most photographic situations and which delivers fantastic images. Its main strength is the combination of amazing performance at ISO 800 and 1600 with almost full creative control via the aperture-priority and shutter-priority modes. The Fujifilm Finepix F11 will appeal to anyone who is looking for the ability to shoot in low-light with or without flash, whilst retaining control over the picture making process, all in a form factor that can fit into a pocket and be carried at all times.'

Pocket Lint reviews the Fuji FinePix F11 digital camera and give it a rating of 8 out of 10. They write - 'Menu niggles aside then, the F11 is definite improvement over the F10 thanks to the new manual control and the good image quality and handling. Battery life is superb so if it’s a compact, stylish high-resolution digital camera your after, at £299.99, the F11 is one that should be very high on your hit list indeed. '

DC Views reviews the Fuji Finepix F11 and writes - 'The Finepix F11 is a fairly compact and durable camera. With the exception of the plastic battery door and tripod mount it is entirely made of metal. Usability is excellent with nice positive controls that are easy to operate. While the camera can be used by the whole family as an easy to use point and shoot, the true enthusiast will still find enough advanced features to satisfy his or her creativity.' [/color]


Nokia 3250

Dobij trostruko sa Nokia 3250 telefonom sa kamerom, i to koristeci twist.
Jedan twist i imate muzicki plejer sa memorijom prosirivom do 1GB (otprilike 750 pjesama). Ripujte pjesme koristeci Nokia Audio Manager i onda ih prebacite sa vaseg kompjutera na vas telefon. Zvuk je stereo.
Twist jos jednom i imate kameru u funkciji sa 2 megapikselnim senzorom, sa 4x zumom.

Treci put twist i imate telefon, surfate pomocu EDGE, razgovarate na pet kontinenata. Displej ima 262,144, dok sam telefon tezi 115 grama, i dimenzije su mu: 103.8 x 50 x 19.8 mm (velicina displeja 34.8mm x 41.1mm).


Olympus Evolt E-500

Evolt E-500 je 8.15 megapikselna digitalna kamera i to CCD DSLR koja dolazi i sa 2.5 incnim LCD ekranom (215,000 piksela), xD memorijskom karticom i 4/3 lecama.

Ono sto znamo da ce pocetna prodajna cijena biti oko 800US$ (u paketu ce se dobijati 14-45mm f3.5/5.6 Zuiko Digital Zoom lece) ili 900US$ (upakovano sa 40-150mm f3.5/4.5 Zuiko Digital Zoom lece).

izdvajamo iz press release:

• • 5 Metering Modes: A new 49 Point Digital ESP Light Meter enables digital electro selective pattern metering for accurate exposures under the largest number of conditions. The Digital ESP can also be linked to the AF (auto focus) selection or independent of the AF selection for even more versatility. Olympus' widely acclaimed proprietary Digital ESP metering calculates the best light values under complex lighting conditions. Center-weighted metering is biased to the center of the viewfinder (cross) area. Spot Meter (2%) enables the most accurate metering for tough lighting conditions like backlit or spot lit. Highlight Spot Meter (2%) adjusts for predominantly white subject for correct exposure with detail. Shadow Spot Meter (2%) adjusts for a black subject, providing the correct exposure with detail.
• 3 Color Modes: Vivid / Natural / Muted: Vivid mode produces photos with more highly saturated colors and higher contrast to optimize images when vivid shots are required. This is also the recommended setting when printing directly from the camera to an inkjet printer. The Natural mode produces realistic color similar to those seen by the human eye and is the perfect choice for the discerning photographer looking for the most realistic photos. The Muted mode is ideal for those users who plan to heavily manipulate or edit their images with the included OLYMPUS Master Software or with Adobe® Photoshop.
• A Choice of Two Color Space Settings: Users can choose from two color space settings according to their needs: sRGB, which is the standard for computer monitor viewing and inkjet printer output, and Adobe® RGB, which is widely used for commercial applications.
• 9 Black & White Modes: Red, Yellow, Orange, and Green filters can be selected to replicate the same traditional film filters, enhancing the drama of the image in the Black & White shooting mode. In addition to Sepia tone, the EVOLT E-500 also offers users three tone effects: Blue, Green and Purple for special results.
• 2 Red-Eye Reduction modes, on Flash and in Playback: Besides the ability to select Red-Eye reduction mode on the flash prior to taking a shot, the EVOLT E-500 also offers the ability to correct for Red-Eye in images that have already been taken while the camera is in playback mode.
• Dual Card Slots: Users also benefit from two memory card slots – one for CompactFlash or Microdrive and another for xD-Picture Cards – which add to the camera’s practicality and provide extra data storage. Simply depress a button on the back of the camera to choose which card type to capture to and copy images back and forth from one card to the other in playback.
• Support for High-Speed and High-Capacity Memory Media: The EVOLT E-500 supports 32-bit file formatting allowing the use of 2 gigabyte and larger CompactFlash, Microdrive, and xD media cards. The EVOLT E-500 also supports high-speed CF cards for faster operation in the burst mode.
• AF: The E-500 dedicated auto focus system offers 3 selectable AF points for accurate auto focus operation. When automatic target zone selection is active, a superimposed display confirms the relevant target zone. Focus modes are set via a manual switch on the camera body for Single AF, Continuous AF, and Manual Focus operation. To ensure successful focusing in the darkest environments, the E-500 utilizes an AF illuminator built into the flash.
• Simultaneous RAW and JPEG Image Recording: A choice of three image formats is offered: RAW, TIFF, and JPEG. If desired, image data can be simultaneously recorded in RAW and JPEG with the RAW+JPEG format.
• Contrast, Sharpness and Tone Curve Controls: Contrast can be set to any of five levels, and sharpness can be set to any of seven levels. So whether users want pro-quality tonal fidelity or sharp vibrant colors, they can customize each image to suit their preference.
• White Balance: White balance settings from 3000K to 7000K can be set in 12 steps using button and dial controls, with ±7-step fine-tuning available for all settings. A one-touch white balance function allows users to store and retrieve up to four frequently used white balance settings at the touch of a button. By initially reading the light separately for the CCD, the camera can see a dramatic increase in speed without loss of accuracy.
• Noise Reduction: The noise reduction function uses a proprietary Olympus algorithm to detect and eliminate the fixed noise that can appear on long-exposure images.
• High-Precision Flash Control: The flash can be turned ON and OFF manually or with the AUTO FLASH option selected the flash will pop up automatically when ever it is needed. A wide range of flash modes is provided, including Auto, Red-Eye Reduction, Slow Synchro (front and rear curtain), and Fill-In.
• RGB Histogram Information Display: The EVOLT E-500 will display an individual histogram for each color channel (RGB) as well as the overall luminance of the exposure. This information is valuable to the more advanced user who may need to alter the exposure for specific output sources. A display that identifies overexposed highlights or underexposed shadow areas is also an option in image playback mode.
• Self-timer and Remote Control: The built-in self-timer offers a choice of 12-second or 2-second delay. An optional RM-1 remote control unit is available and can be used with the 2-second delay setting or for immediate shutter release, as well as to control “bulb” shutter openings for longer exposures.


Canon IXY Digital L3

U oktobru 2003.godine trebala je biti objavljena ova kamera, cekala je toliko dugo na objavu, i rijec je o nadogradnji na prethodni model IXY Digital L2 (poznatiji i kao IXUS i5 u Evropi ili kao Powershot SD20 u US).

IXY Digital L3 je 5 megapikselna kamera sa 1.8 incnim TFT LCD ekranom i 2.4x optickim zumom.
Ima podrsku za USB 2.0, znatno trajniju bateriju od modela L2, SD memorijski slot i mogucnost snimanja videa (WAV format)

L3 ce se prodavati u cetiri boje (crna, srebrna, zlatna i purple). Jos uvijek se ne zna cijena i koje ce biti oznake ove kamere u US i Evropi.

Update: Izgleda da ce se ova kamera prodavati pod imenom: Canon Powershot SD30 - IXUS I:

Kamera ima i svoju oficijelnu stranicu: link


Ricoh Caplio RR530

Jos jedna kamera nam dolazi iz Ricoh-a: RR 530, rijec je o CCD digitalnoj kameri sa 3x optickim zumom (fokalna duzina: f5.4 -16.2 ekvivalent 32-96mm u 35 formatu) i 5 megapikselnim senzorom slike, te 12 MB interne memorije.

Digitalni zum je 4x, kamera je uradjeno u retro stilu i tezi 130 grama. Koristi SD karticu.
Tu je naravno i makro nacin rada (do 6cm) i 1.8 incni LCD ekran (130,000 piksela).
U prodavnicama ce se naci od oktobra 2005.godine.


Ricoh GR Digital

Ricoh GR Digital, dolazi sa 8.13 megapikselnim (CCD) senzorom slike sa 28mm F2.4 fiksnim fokalnim lecama i 2.5 incnim LCD ekranom (210,000 piksela).

Kamera je napravljena u stilu popularnih 35mm analognih GR kamera i to kao visokokvalitetna kamera. Uz smanjenu buku i manju kromatsku aberaciju korisnik dobija odlicnu kvalitetu slike (GR serija je inace pokrenuta 1996.godine) i sve to u kompaktnom i tankom (svega 25mm) kucistu.

Rijec j o kameri koja je prvenstveno namijenjena profesionalnim fotografima ili naprednijim amaterima (malenih dimenzija 107.0 x 25.0 x 58.0 mm), interval izmedju pravljenja dvaju slike je samo 1.7 sekundi.

U prodaji ce se naci od oktobra 2005.godine po cijeni od 400 britanskih funti.

[color=blue]The Ricoh GR Digital is an 8.13 megapixel (CCD) digital camera with a 28mm F2.4 fixed focal length lens and 2.5inch LCD. The Ricoh GR Digital is built in the style of the popular 35mm analogue GR series and is being touted as a high quality camera.

Get the Latest Price on the Ricoh GR Digital

DigiCam Review has posted a review of the Ricoh GR Digital and give it a rating of 'above average'. They write - 'The Ricoh GR Digital is a unique digital camera, offering excellent image quality for people who want a wide angle, or ultra-wide-angle lens with a compact body. The easy to use camera offers speedy performance, good battery life, and a good camera body with very good controls. The high ISO settings may come in handy on occasion, at the cost of image quality. This camera is difficult to recommend due to poor value for money and it's lack of optical zoom. However, if image quality is a priority and you've been looking for a rugged wide-angle compact digital camera, with the option of a very high quality optical viewfinder, and optional ultra-wide angle convertor, then this could be the camera for you! Ricoh are once again to be commended for daring to offer a unique digital camera in a crowded xafs.' Read more about the Ricoh GR Digital (DigiCam Review)

[color=green]updated 11 Mart 2006
Lets Go Digital has a preview/review of the Ricoh GR Digital in which they write - 'The Ricoh GR Digital is convenient to use. I just have to repeat myself telling you that handling a digital camera like the GR Digital with its wide 28mm fixed lens and the optional 21mm conversion lens gives it something extra. Today's cameras are almost all equipped with optical zoom, from 2.4x to 12x optical zoom ranges. I have noticed this before; using a camera with optical zoom will not encourage you to become part of the action. It does not invite you to come out of your chair and be part of the composition. Using the Ricoh GR Digital around Amsterdam in combination with the conversion lens (21mm, equiv. 35mm format camera) resulted in some great shots around the Van Gogh museum and the Amsterdam Concert Building... Although pre-production status I am impressed with the sharpness, the contrast and the lack of vignetting/distortion of the GR lens!'

Popular Photography Magazine has a first impression review of the yet to be released Ricoh GR Digital where they write - 'First, there's the solid-feeling magnesium-alloy body that measures about 4 inches wide by just over 2 inches high and a mere .75 inches thick. Then there's the 2.5-inch/210,000-pixel LCD.

But the coolest part is the lens. Not just the 28mm (equivalent) lens with its f/2.4 maximum aperture, but also the snap-on wide-angle lens that serves up the equivalent of a 21mm view.'

DPexpert reviews the Ricoh GR digital wide angle and writes - 'The Ricoh GR is obviously not for everyone. It is a relatively expensive single purpose camera. The one thing that it does it does well. For anyone with an interest in landscape photography or planning to spend a week or two in Venice this would be an ideal camera. It is small and light but feels rugged as though designed for professional abuse. The overall impression of the Ricoh is that it is fun to use. Recommended.'

Digital Lifestyles reviews the Ricoh GR digital camera and writes - 'The Ricoh GR Digital is a truly unique digital camera that stands out from the crowd by concentrating on the basics, offering a speedy performance, full creative control, a good battery life and a fast, crisp wide-angle lens that made it perfect for landscapes and cameos. We fell in love with the camera's lo-fi look, with its nondescript appearance barely attracting attention on the street, letting us get on with taking pictures unhindered.'



Sony Cyber-shot DSC M2

5.1 megapikselni senzor slike, 3x opticki zum (Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar lece), dakako rijec je o novoj kameri: Sony Cyber-shot M2, digitalna kamera koja u jednom uredjaju nudi fotografiju i video. Dolazi u rotirajucem dizajnu koji lici na telefon i omogucava upotrebu samo sa jednom rukom, ugradjen je i MPEG-4 snimanje, podrska za USB 2.0.

Ekran je 2.5 inca i sve je upakovano u aluminijsko kuciste.
U prodavnicama se ocekuje pocetkom novembra 2005.godine, cijena jos uvijek nije poznata.

Od ostalih novijih rjesenja tu je i Hybrid REC nacin rada s kojim ste u mogucnosti da snimite 5 sekundi prije i 3 sekunde poslije zeljenog momenta, s kojim ste u mogucnosti da uhvatite atmosferu prije i poslije odredjene situacije, u ovom nacinu rada snimljeni filmovi su sa 15 slicica u sekundi u QVGA velicini (320x240).

[color=blue]The Sony Cyber-shot M2 is a digital camera that seeks to converge still photography and video into one unit. It features a rotating design that looks a little like a phone and enables one handed shooting, 5.1 megapixel image sensor, MPEG-4 recording, 3x Optical Zoom lens, aluminum case, USB 2.0 and 2.5 inch LCD. The Hybrid REC mode gives your pictures real context on the Cyber-shot M2. By simply pressing the PHOTO button while filming in Hybrid REC mode, the camera will automatically record the five seconds before the still picture and three seconds after the still picture. It’s truly a unique way to capture the atmosphere surrounding the moment. In this mode the movies are stored as 15 fps at QVGA size (320x240).

Expect to see the Sony Cyber-shot M2 in stores in November of 2005. Get the latest price on the Sony Cybershot DSC-M2[/color]

updated 11 Mart 2006
CNET reviews the Sony Cyber Shot DSC-M2 and gives it a rating of 7.4 out of 10. They write - 'The Sony Cyber Shot DSC-M2 is a jack-of-all-trades and a master of some. Thanks to good image quality and a big, bright LCD that's usable in sunlight, this hybrid still camera/camcorder update to the DSC-M1 remains a surprisingly good point-and-click 5-megapixel snapshooter--assuming you're willing to pay a premium for a camera with a 3X zoom, no manual controls, and no bundled memory card. Besides some aesthetic and interface changes, the DSC-M2 isn't very different from the DSC-M1. Both cameras have the same 5-megapixel sensor, the same MPEG-4 movie support, the same 3X zoom lens, and the same good image quality for photos and videos. The DSC-M2 is sleeker than its predecessor and has a few new functions, but under the case, it's basically the same hardware as the DSC-M1. Regardless of its flaws, though, anyone who needs a pocketable camcorder and doesn't want to sacrifice photo quality should consider this quirky shooter.'

DCRP reviews the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-M2 and writes - 'The M2 is a point-and-shoot camera with a few nice extras. Those extras include an enhanced slideshow feature and an 1100 shot album that fills automatically as you take pictures. The album uses a memory bank that's built into the camera. Oddly, there's no internal memory for regular shooting, and Sony doesn't included a memory card either, so that $500 camera just got more expensive. The M2 could use some manual controls as well, with white balance and shutter speed being the most desirable. One thing that the DSC-M2 does very well is movie recording. It records movies at 640 x 480 (30 fps) with stereo sound until the memory card is full. Since the camera uses the MPEG-4 codec it takes a while to fill up. The camera even lets you use the zoom lens during filming! Again, Sony surprised me by leaving out even the most basic movie editing features on the M2.'

Trusted Reviews has posted a review of the Sony Cyber-shot M2 and recommends - 'For half the price you can get a camera that takes pictures and shoots video just as well, but is far easier to handle. The M2 may look cool and funky, and there’s no denying that it can take good pictures, but its shockingly poor handling, badly designed and over-complicated controls and limited battery life, combined with an inflated price tag, make this a big white elephant.'

Steves Digicams reviews the Sony Cybershot DSC M2 and writes - 'The Sony Cyber-shot M2 is a bit of an enigma. It's capable of producing high-quality 5-megapixel stills, but its indoor results are limited by its underpowered flash. Although billed as a hybrid still/movie camera, Sony failed to endow the M2 with high-quality movie features. The standard movies suffer from the graininess of over compression, and its hybrid movies are low resolution, low frame rate, and interrupted by still image capture. For a first attempt, the M2 hybrid is an interesting exercise, but it falls short of expectations. '


2D Barcode: Nove mogucnosti upotrebe telefona sa kamerama (english)

Looking to do more with your camera phone? New two dimensional barcode technology has the potential to increase the number of ways you can use your camera phone:

"With the advent of the two-dimension (2D) barcode, the way some people use a cell phone will change. Aside from becoming a tool for users to easily access a new type of advertising, a tiny voice box will potentially become a ticket for its holder, for example, to movies, transport services and more."

(more soon)


Samsung E888

Pocetkom septembra Samsung je objavio da na trziste izbacuju najmanji mobitel na svijetu: E888.

Oznacen kao E888, telefon tezi 88 grama i ima dimenzije od 87x47x23mm. Gore navedene dimenzije su tacne samo ako je telefon sklopljen obzirom da je rijec o slide telefonu. Dok je telefon sklopljen mozete primati i praviti pozive, koristeci adresar.

Posto nisu bili zadovoljni da telefon ima samo jednu prednost od konkurencije, inzinjeri iz Samsunga su se potrudili da telefon posjeduje jos neke opcije, poput kamere koja se moze rotirati za 180 stepeni, dok se lece moraju lucno rotirati ostali dio sistema funkcionira automatski.

Lece zajedno sa flashom se mogu podesavati u skoro sve moguce pozicije. Jedno od pitanja je koliko ce tipke na telefonu biti pristupacne obicnom korisniku zbog malenih dimenzija telefona.
Bilokako, moda je cesto znala prevladati logiku i funkcionalnost, tako ce biti i u slucaju modela E888.

Tehnicke specifikacije jos nisu objavljene, no zna se da ce kamera imati 1 megapiksel.
Telefon ce se prvo pojaviti na dalekom istoku, no krajem godine se ocekuje da Samsung ovaj model pocne prodavati u cijelom svijetu.


Motorola ROKR E1

Iz kuhinje Apple i Motorole dolazi na Motorola ROKR E1.

Ovo je prvi telefon na svijetu sa integrisanim iTunes, rijec je o tri-band telefonu sa kapacitetom od stotinu pjesama, ekranom u boji, ugradjenim stereo zvucnicima i podrskom za USB 2.0.
Tu je takodjer i VGA kamera sa mogucnoscu pravljenja video zapisa.
4.25 inca je duzina Motorola ROKR E1 telefona i ekran je 176x220 (262 boje).

U USA ce se prodavati po cijeni od 250 US$ sa ugovorom na dvije godine (Cingular).
Ostatak svijeta moci ce ga kupiti krajem septembra ili pocetkom oktobra.

Odredjeno razocarenje postoji jer se na ovom modelu ne vidi da je to i Apple proizvod, svi sada cekaju iPod nano.


Casio W31CA - 3.2 Megapixels

Casio W31CA je 3.2 megapikselni telefon sa kamerom koji u sebi sadrzi:
- 2.6 incni ekran i to QVGA,
- GPS navigaciju,
- mogucnost snimanja videa
- citac dokumenata (vidi Word, Excel, Powerpoint i PDF dokumente)
- dimenzije su 51x103x28mm i tezi 143 grama.
- za sada samo za japansko trziste


Sony Cyber-shot DSC-R1

Glavne karakteristike:
- 10.3 megapiksela
- Carl Zeiss Vario Sonner T* lece (opticki zum 5x, 24mm-120mm)
- senzor slike je iste velicine kao vece profesionalne kamere (2/3" CCD)
- 2 inca LCD ekran, cudno postavljen kao savijajuci/preklopivi ekran sa vrha kamera (vidi sliku)
- 3 slicice u sekundi sa shutterom od 7.5 milisekundi
- u prodaji pocetkom novembra 2005.godine
- cijena oko 1.000 US$

[color=blue]The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-R1 is a 10.3 megapixel digital camera with and ultra-wide Carl Zeiss Vario Sonner T* zoom lens (5x optical Zoom - 24mm - 120mm). The image sensor is of the same size as larger professional cameras (2/3“ CCD) and the LCD is 2 inches - and strangely positioned as a swing out display from the top of the camera.

The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-R1's sensor allows for 'live preview' and the camera shoots at up to three frames per second with a shutter release of just 7.5 milliseconds. Look for the DSC-R1 in shops in mid November for around $1000 USD.

Get the Latest Price on the Sony Cyber Shot DSC-R1[/color]

[color=green]CNET Reviews has a review of the Sony Cyber Shot DSC-R1 and writes - 'Sony's Cyber Shot DSC-R1 represents an intriguing bridge between the world of user-friendly all-in-one prosumer cameras and the more complicated world of high-quality digital SLRs. It has an easily rotated LCD screen, plenty of manual bells and whistles, a sharp and versatile Carl Zeiss lens, and a 10-megapixel CMOS sensor nearly as large as those found in typical dSLRs.'

Imaging Resource reviews the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-R1 Digital Camera and recommends - 'The Sony DSC-R1 is a really compelling entry in the high-end "enthusiast" category. It offers a nearly unique focal length range, with truly exceptional optical quality, attractive color rendering, and very appealing tonality in its images. - Bottom line, we just liked looking at the R1's images. We found some of its ergonomics decidedly awkward, and both timing performance and high-ISO noise levels aren't up to the best of the digital SLRs currently on the xafs. On the other hand though, achieving the optical performance of the R1's lens with a conventional removable-lens SLR would cost literally thousands of dollars in high-end glass.'

Luminous Landscape reviews the Sony Cybershot DSC-R1 and writes - 'I am very ambivalent about the Sony R1. With its large and high resolution sensor, excellent lens, and first rate build quality for under US $1,000 it offers photographers a combination of features and abilities that in a DSLR would cost 2-3X as much to implement.

But, it still is a digicam – or FLD, and therefore lacks some of the features that DSLR users take for granted, such as fast frame rates and snappy autofocus. In exchange the R1 offers a waist level finder, a real-time histogram, and totally silent operation – features that no DSLR can provide.'

DCRP reviews the Sony Cybershot DSC-R1 and writes - 'The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-R1 finds itself in a difficult position: not only is it more expensive than most fixed-lens cameras, but it also costs more than most digital SLR kits. While the R1 has the best photo quality of any fixed-lens camera (by far), the tough competition from digital SLRs makes deciding between the R1 and a D-SLR difficult.'

PC Mag reviews the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-R1 and isn't overly impressed. They write - 'If you've got deep pockets, absolutely abhor changing lenses, and don't mind a 5X optical zoom limit, perhaps this camera's great image quality will offset its heft and make it a good buy. For everyone outside that narrow subset of photographers, however, there are just too many good enthusiast cameras and affordable D-SLRs to consider spending so much on this one. Save $300 and go with the Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ30, or if you like a wider angle on your zoom, go for the Fuji FinePix S9000. If you've got a thousand bucks to spend on your next camera, though, we suggest making the leap to a D-SLR and picking up the Nikon D50 with two lenses.'

DP Reviews has posted an excellent review of the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-R1 a digital camera that they obviously like, giving it a rating of 'highly recommended'. They write - 'I'll start as I shall no doubt finish this little piece of editorial, the lens is worth the price of the DSC-R1 alone. That fact is not to be underestimated, it's a great lens which provides you with a very useful 24 - 120 mm zoom range (which will be sufficient for the majority of users). Doing the math it's pretty clear that you have to spend a fairly considerable sum on lenses for a D-SLR to get close to this range and the quality of the DSC-R1's lens.'
Camera Labs reviews the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-R1 and reports - 'The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-R1 is a unique digital camera which not only redefines the all-in-one category, but questions whether you really need a digital SLR. One of the greatest advantages digital SLRs always had over all-in-one models was a larger sensor, allowing high sensitivities and low noise even at high resolutions - but now the R1 offers such a sensor in a sealed body. Couple this with high resolution and an excellent lens and you've got what should be a winning package.'

Popular Photography reviews the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-R1 and writes - 'This camera can handle most situations, including product and nature shots, with ease. The wide-angle lens and accessory-dedicated flash also make it ideal for real estate, insurance, and other business uses. But portrait and sports shooters won't be satisfied with the resolution and response of the R1's EVF, the limited scope of its built-in lens, or the shortcomings of its external flash system.'

Steves Digicams reviews the Sony CyberShot DSC-R1 and writes - 'The R1's Carl Zeiss Vario-Sonar lens is an impressive piece of glass, having an appearance more like a dSLR's interchangeable lenses than the fixed lens of a consumer digicam. It is also versatile, offering a wider field of view than most prosumer digicams at 24mm and a useful telephoto focal length of 120mm; this lens fits what most dSLR users describe as their "walk-around" lens. Its variable aperture is a relatively fast f/2.8 at its 24mm wide angle extreme, but slows to f/4.8 at its 120mm telephoto focal length. The lens produces very sharp results throughout its zoom and aperture ranges, but with a slight amount of edge softness at wide angle with small aperture settings, and at moderate to telephoto focal lengths with moderate to large aperture settings. Chromatic aberrations were well controlled, with only a slight amount of purple fringing present in very high contrast areas. The lens exhibits slight amounts of barrel distortion at wide angle and pin cushioning at moderate focal lengths, but no noticeable distortion at full telephoto. If your needs exceed the 24-120mm focal length range, Sony offers the VCL-DEH17R 1.7X Tele and VCL-DEH08R Wide End Conversion Lenses, extending the R1's range to 19-204mm; neither conversion lens was tested.'

Megapixel reviews the Sony Cybershot DSC-R1 and writes - ' The colour reproduction of the R1 is excellent. With the camera set to its default setting for saturation, colours are true-to-life and the image processing avoids making colours overly vibrant. In part this is due to the fact that the Auto white balance is reliable and, works well under varied circumstances. Similarly, the One-Push white balance is very effective and extremely easy to use, thanks to a well-designed system to set a white point under ambient light.'

Lets Go Digital reviews the Sony Cybershot DSC R1 where they write - 'The Sony Cybershot R1 is far from your average digital camera. It is a definite trendsetter, a digital camera that has noticeably raised the bar another notch for the competition. Not only does the camera radiate quality, it shows it in every aspect and truly deserves all praise. Sony have every right to be pleased with the end result. We can only conclude we were lucky to have had an opportunity to work with such a top quality camera. Hats off to Sony!'

Macworld has a mini review of the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-R1 where they write - 'If you can live without changing lenses, the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-R1 makes a versatile alternative to a digital SLR—albeit at a DSLR price. You’ll get great image quality and wide-angle capability. However, you’ll lose out if typical point-and-shoot features such as a movie mode and voice annotation are important to you.' [/color]


Ricoh Caplio R3

Nakon nekoliko sedmica glasina evo i oficijelne objave: Ricoh Caplio R3 je tu.

Rijec je o 5.13 megapikselnoj digitalnoj kameri sa duplim retraktivnim 7.1x sirokokutnim optickim lecama. Ovo daje korisniku R3 kamere ekvivalent od 28-200mm u 35mm formatu. Lece se u potpunosti uvlace u tijelo kamere cineci cijeli uredjaj veoma kompaktnom kamerom.

R3 ima korekciju vibracije, neka vrsta anti-shake tehnologije, omogucava ujedno makro nacin rada do 1cm i shutter lag od samo 0.09 sekundi.

LCD ekran je velicine 2.5 inca sto je dovoljno da prikaze 12 malih slicica u playback nacinu rada.

Kamera ce biti na raspolaganju u crnoj i srebrnoj boji, dok cijena i vrijeme od kada ce biti na raspolaganju u sirokoj prodaji jos uvijek istaju nepoznanica.


Nokia N80 - najava

Novi telefon nam dolazi iz Nokie, rijec je o jos jednom slide-telefonu nazvanom N80.
Ovaj bi model trebao imati 3 megapikselnu kameru sa mogucnoscu dva poziva, jedan sa gornje strane za video pozive i drugi za normalne telefonske pozive.
Ovo je ujedno i prvi telefon koji dolazi iz Nokie sa iPod izgledom i sa numerickim tipkama koje se nalaze na slide dijelu telefona.
Jos uvijek kruze glasine da li ce i microdrive biti ugradjen u ovaj telefon.


280 miliona telefona sa kamerama u 2005.godini

To je prognoza za ovu godinu.
Najmanje 280 miliona telefona sa kamerama bit ce prodato u ovoj godini. ovime ce preko 40% telefona na svjetskom trzistu biti telefoni sa ugradjenim kamerama, dok se za sljedece godinu ocekuje udjel u svjetskom trzistu preko 50%.


Ricoh GR Digital Camera

Ricoh je upravo objavio da ce objaviti novu GR kameru 13.septembra, napravljenu u istom stilu kao i njihove veoma popularne GR filmske kamere.
Nisam siguran da li je rijec o istoj digitalnoj kameri, o kojoj se vec pricalo, da ce je Ricoh izbaciti pod imenom Ricoh Caplio R3 ili ne, sacekat cemo desetak dana.

Izvod iz press release:
'On September 13 RICOH will announce the arrival of a new Super High Imaging Quality compact digital camera. This exceptional camera will be the digital version of the well-known GR analog camera series.

The GR1 was first launched in October 96. Thereafter followed the GR1s, GR10, GR21 and GR1V. Although using 28mm and 21mm wide angle lenses, the quality was such that images were sharp right up to the edge; in fact a special L-mount version of the 28mm GR lens was made and rated highly by specialist reviews. As a result these cameras became popular with professional photographers and enthusiasts the world over. This is a response to a request from loyal GR serices customers.'


Nikon Coolpix L1

Jos jedna kamera dolazi nam iz Nikona sa 6 megapikselnim senzorom slike i 5x Zoom Nikkor optickim lecama (38-190mm u 35mm formatu) te 2.5 incnim LCD ekranom. Podrzava SD i MMC kartice, ima i 10MB interne memorije kao i In-Camera Red-Eye Fix opciju.

Cijena L1 modela kretat ce se oko 350 US$ i u prodaji ce se u sljedecih nekoliko dana.


Nikon Coolpix S3

S3 je nadogradnja na ranije uspjesno prezentirani model S1.

Dolazi sa 6 megapikselnim senzorom slike, 3x Zoom-Nikkor optickim zumom (35-105 u 35mm formatu), 4x digitalnim i 2.5 incnim LCD ekranom te kuciste matt crne boje.

Takodjer ce se u prodavnicama naci u septembru 2005.godine i to po cijeni od 430 US$.


Nikon Coolpix S4

S4 je digitalna kamera sa 6 megapikselnim senzorom slike u starom swivel stilu koji je Nikon uveo prije par godina.
Ima 10x opticki zum, dok je LCD ekran odlicnih 2.5 inca te ima Nikonovu 'blur detekciju' koja je neka vrsta anti-shake funkcije (no, nije istinska stabilizacija slike).

Ocekuje ce cijena od 400 US$ i u prodaji ce se naci od kraja mjeseca.

[color=blue]The Nikon Coolpix S4 is a 6 megapixel digital camera in the old swivel style that Nikon Coolpix S series cameras became known for back a few years ago. It has a 10x Optical Zoom which will be attractive to many as they've maintained a fair compact camera with this one. I'm not sure there are any cameras going around with this type of zoom at this size.

The LCD is 2.5 inches and features Nikon's 'blur detection' and 'best shot' functions to work against camera shake (althought its not true image stabilization).

Expect to see the Nikon Coolpix S4 in shops this month retailing for a price of $399.95 (USD). Get the Latest Price on the Nikon Coolpix S4 6MP Digital Camera[/color]

[color=green]updated 13 Mart 2006
Megapixel reviews the Nikon Coolpix S4 and writes - 'The Coolpix S4 makes no pretence at being something other than an easy to use point-and-shoot. Its most "advanced" mode is the Auto mode, and even it provides only a few user controls — seven in the menu to be exact — over the way the image is captured. Moreover, of these only three directly affect the way the camera captures the image: white balance, exposure compensation, and sensitivity, the others being more tools to maximize picture taking.'

Lets Go Digital has a preview/review of the Nikon Coolpix S4 where they write - "The Nikon S4 pleases me tremendously. The practical concept of the tilting lens that Nikon scored with on the Coolpix 4500 and 995, is familiar and trusty. It offers every possibility to shoot from any imaginable position. The optical range from 38-380mm (equivalent of a 35mm camera) covers a huge area offered by a rather compact size camera. As far as operation and possibilities are concerned, the Nikon Coolpix S4 is a lot alike the other Nikon cameras that were introduced. The menu is neatly arranged and is easy to navigate. The pre-programmed scenes are well-known but the combination of scenes and composing-assistant; "In Camera Red Eye removal" and Face Priority AF are strong trumps that lift the Coolpix S4 camera to a higher level of user friendliness. The large size LCD monitor (2.5 inch) offers excellent rendering and is a good replacement for the ever too small optical viewfinder.."

Imaging Resource reviews the Nikon Coolpix S4 and writes - 'Returning to the tried-and-true swivel lens design that proved so popular in early Coolpix models, Nikon introduces the Coolpix S4. The new "twist" is that this twist packs a whopping 10x optical zoom into a small camera body. The Nikon S4 features the same swivel lens design that differentiated past Coolpix models from the digital camera pack, a design that lets you point the lens in almost any direction without losing your LCD monitor view. Though a little long for most average shirt pockets, the Nikon S4 is still fairly compact, especially considering the 10x lens it boasts. Measuring 4.4 x 2.7 x 1.4 inches (111.5 x 68.5 x 87 millimeters) with the lens in its storage position, the S4 weighs only 7.2 ounces (205 grams) without lens cap, batteries, or memory card. Since the Nikon S4 has only a tiny ridge on the front panel for a handgrip, I recommend keeping the included wrist strap securely around your wrist when shooting. The camera's plastic lens cover is actually hinged on the side of the lens, with a flip-open design. When opened, the cover itself can fold backward and out of the way, and its attachment to the lens barrel means you need not worry about losing it accidentally. The camera's silver body is smooth, attractive and fairly simple, housing a 6.0-megapixel CCD that captures high quality images. Other noteworthy features of the Nikon S4 include a macro mode capable of focusing as close 1.6 inches, and no fewer than 16 preset shooting modes. Since the camera operates mainly under automatic control, its control layout and menu display are very user friendly.'

CNET reviews the Nikon Coolpix S4 and writes - ' Veteran digital shooters waxing nostalgic for the Nikon Coolpix 900 series will cheer for the Coolpix S4's resurrection of the swivel lens after nearly three years. The S4 comes in a more compact package, with 6-megapixel resolution, a 10X zoom lens, a 2.5-inch LCD, and Nikon's signature ease-of-use features. But a lack of manual controls makes this compact snapshot camera a poor choice for shooting indoors or on the soccer field.'

Steves Digicams reviews the Nikon Coolpix S4 and writes - 'The Coolpix S4 features a powerful 10x optical zoom, six megapixels of resolution and a large 2.5-inch LCD, all housed in a compact body that fits into a shirt pocket. The powerful optical zoom combined with the swiveling body design of the camera gives digital photographers unprecedented freedom and creativity with the ability to take pictures from a wide range of angles such as from the hip, self-portraits and even from overhead.'

DCRP Reviews the Nikon Coolpix S4 and writes - 'Ultimately the Coolpix S4 is an average camera in a sea of excellent ones. It's unique design allows for some creative shooting, and it's a heck of a lot smaller than any other ultra zoom. At the same time, there are better ultra zoom cameras out there, offering manual controls, image stabilization, expandability, and more. For those who value the S4's form over its features, it's worth a look.'

PC Mag reviews the Nikon Coolpix S4 digital camera and writes - 'Nikon's latest superzoom, the Nikon Coolpix S4, is designed so that the lens and the body can rotate independently of each other. This swiveling design was first introduced on the Coolpix 900 a number of years ago, and the last Nikon to have it was the 4X optical Coolpix 4500. It's a wonderful design, especially useful for Hail Mary shots or shooting over crowds. Unfortunately, we found the pictures taken with the S4 to be a bit disappointing.'

DC Info reviews the Nikon Coolpix S4 and writes - 'The Coolpix S4 is clearly a snapshooter’s camera, though one with an extended lens. It's not a DSLR replacement – there's no pretense that the S4 is a viable alternative to a Nikon D50 or a Canon Digital Rebel. It lacks the speed, image quality, and control of those cameras, and it doesn't offer the stuff strong ultra zoom cameras can lord over DSLRs: image stabilization and a useful video mode.'

Pocket-lint reviews the Nikon Coolpix 7600 and writes - 'Compact, easy to use and capable of surprisingly good results, the Coolpix 7600 should be on your list if you’re looking at a basic, high-resolution digital camera. It may not have the panache of some more stylish models available and have a couple of sluggish handling foibles, but this pocketable little camera is more than capable of dealing with most shooting situations any self-respecting ‘snapper’ could throw at it. '[/color]


Nikon Coolpix P2

400 US$ krajem septembra 2005.godine mozete potrositi na novi model iz Nikona: Coolpix P2.

Digitalna kamera je kao i prethodno predstavljeni model Wi-Fi digitalna kamera, sto zapravo znaci da se putem 802.11b i 802.11g kompatibilnih bezicnih mreza mogu prebacivati slike. Tu je i 5 megapikselni senzor slike, 3.5 opticki Zoom-Nikkor lece, 2.5 incni LCD ekran. Sve je to upakovano u srebrno kuciste (P1 model dolazi u crnom kucistu.). Fokalne raspon je 36-126mm ekvivalent 35mm formatu.
Oba modela, P1 i P2, mogu snimati kratke filmove, pri 30 slicica u sekundi.

PD-1o (Wireless Printer Adapter) moci ce se od oktobra takodjer naruciti po cijeni od 50 US$.


Nikon Coolpix P1

Iz Nikona nam dolazi Wi-Fi digitalna kamera: Coolpix P1 sa mogucnoscu da prebacuje slike preko 802.11b i 802.11g kompatibilnih bezicnih mreza.
Glavne karakteristike su:
- 8 megapikselni senzor slike
- opticki zum (visokokvalitetne 3.5x Zoom-Nikkor lece, 36-126mm u 35mm)
- 32MB interne memorije
- 2.5 incni LCD ekran
- (opcionalno) Wireless Printer Adapter (PD-10)
- 16 predefiniranih nacina rada

Cijena koja se ocekuje je 550 US$ i u prodaji ce se naci u drugoj polovini septembra 2005.godine.

[color=blue]The Nikon Coolpix P1 is a WI-FI enabled digital camera with the capability to transmit images via 802.11b and 802.11g-compatible wireless networks. It has an 8 megapixel sensor and 3.5x Optical Zoom lens. The Coolpix P1 also features 32 megabytes of internal memory and 2.5inch LCD.

Expect to see the Nikon Coolpix P1 in shops later this month for a recommended retail price of $549.95 (USD). Get the Latest Price on the "Nikon Coolpix P1[/color]

[color=green]updated 18 Mart 2006
Trusted Reviews has posted a review of the Nikon Coolpix P1 and writes - 'Even aside from this clever innovation, the P1 is a very nice camera in many other ways too. Available at a high street price of a slightly steep £329, you can find it online as low as £243, although the usual caveats about grey imports apply to some retailers.... Even without wireless technology, the CoolPix P1 is a superb high-end compact camera, with attractive and user-friendly design, rock solid build quality, some dazzling technology and excellent picture quality. It’s a little pricy compared to some of its competition, but it’s got the quality to back it up.'

Imaging Resource reviews the Nikon Coolpix P1 Digital Camera and writes - 'Will WiFi-connected cameras be the next big wave in the digital camera xafs? Perhaps... and perhaps not. Regardless of whether they'll ever achieve dominance though, it's clear that we're going to see more of them cropping up over the next year or two. The Nikon Coolpix P1 is that company's first effort at a consumer-level WiFi camera, and it has a lot to offer. Most importantly, beyond the snazzy WiFi capability, first and foremost it's a very capable camera. Nikon's Coolpix line of consumer digital cameras have always been well-received, appreciated for their image quality and ease of use, and the Nikon P1 continues that trend, upgrading the design with an 8.0-megapixel CCD and a very capable wireless image transfer mode. The Coolpix P1 has a rich feature set, easy enough for any beginner to use in its full-auto "green zone" mode, but with a surprising amount of control available for more sophisticated users through it's myriad menu options. For novices willing to delve just slightly deeper than "just pushing the button," its extensive Scene modes greatly extend the camera's capabilities, making it easy to bring back good-looking shots of what might otherwise be difficult subjects.'

PC Magazine reviews the Nikon Coolpix P1 and writes - 'The 8MP Nikon Coolpix P1 and P2 can claim the title of the first wireless (802.11b/g) point-and-shoot digital cameras in the consumer xafsplace. But the Coolpix P1, which we tested, can't claim the title of the easiest wireless point-and-shoot to use—that honor goes to the Kodak EasyShare-One. In fact, we found the Coolpix P1's wireless features somewhat frustrating. And if you're spending nearly $550 (or almost $350 for the P2), we think you deserve a smoother wireless experience.'

Steves Digicams reviews the Nikon Coolpix P1 digital camera and writes - 'The Coolpix P1 and P2 offer a high-quality 3.5x Zoom-Nikkor Glass lens with a focal range equivalent to that of a 36-126mm lens in 35mm format and feature a large, bright 2.5-inch LCD for easy viewing in all conditions.. For greater control and creativity, both models feature Aperture-Priority Auto mode with 10-step manual control in 1/3EV increments and 11 of the camera’s 16 Scene Modes are Advanced Scene modes for even greater creative control of the end result. The cameras are compact and lightweight, measuring just 3.6 x 2.4 x 1.5 inches and weighing only six ounces.'

Lets Go Digital Reviews the Nikon Coolpix P1 Digital Camera where they recommend - 'The Nikon Coolpix P1 is the start of another whole new period: the time of transferring pictures through networks. For now it may just be a toy for the so-called 'early adapters' but soon this will be the most common thing to do in the world. Those who buy the Nikon Coolpix P1 now are prepared for the future and are able to make photos of excellent quality in the meantime. This makes the Nikon Coolpix P1 a truly recommendable digital camera.'


Pentax Optio WPi

Vodootporna digitalna kamera Optio WPi dolazi sa 6 megapikselnim senzorom slike sa 2 incnim LCD ekranom(115,000 piksela) i 3x optickim zumom (38-114 ekvivalent u film kameri)(6.3-18.9mm).
Ova kamera omogucava da se ide do dubine od 1.5 metra do 30 minuta u kontinuitetu.

Tu su takodjer i continuous AF i tracking AF mogucnosti te makro mode do 1cm kao i recovery nacin rada u kojem mozete vratiti obrisane slike i audio fajlove.
Start-up vrijeme do prve snimke je 0.6 sekundi, sto je odlicno vrijeme. Od ostalih opcija tu je 4x digitalni zum, 10.5 interne memorije te SD memorijska kartica.

Cijena jos uvijek nije poznata.


Pentax Optio S6

Glavne karakteristike:
- 6 megapikselni (CCD) senzor slike
- 3x opticki zum
- 2.5 incni LCD ekran (232,000 piksela)
- tanko kuciste (svega 19mm sirine)
- PictBridge kompatibilan
- 1.6 slicica u sekundi pri continuous nacinu rada
- 15 predefinisanih nacina rada
- 23MB interne memorije
- SD utor
- ugradjen AF spotbeam (sa on/off tipkom)
- USB 2.0

[color=green]updated 14 Mart 2006
Steves Digicams has posted a review of the Pentax Optio S6 digital camera and writes - 'Like some of its predecessors, the Pentax Optio S6 offers some appealing features like its extremely pocketable size, all-metal construction and 6-megapixel sensor. It's not quite the performer we had hoped it wold be and like I stated above, image quality is average. While it comes with approx. 23MB of internal memory, there is no SD memory card included. And with the average file size of its 6-megapixel images being around 2.2MB, we strongly recommend you add at least a 256MB SD card to your purchase; you'll thanks us in the long run. At about $350, the S6 doesn't offer that good of a value, and we would recommend you look at some similar models like Sony's Cyber-shot P200, Casio's Exilim EX-Z750 or Canon's PowerShot SD550 just to name a few which can be found for about the same price. All of these will offer you better image quality and performance, but still allow you to tuck it away in almost any size pocket or purse.'[/color]


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- E600

- X600, E521 and C800

- DC C500

- DC E520

- DC E510

- PowerShot A620

- Powershot SD430 Wireless

- PowerShot SD700 IS / IXUS 800

- PowerShot SD630 / IXUS 65

- PowerShot SD600 / IXUS 60

- PowerShot A430

- EOS 30D

- PowerShot A530

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- PowerShot A700

- PowerShot S3 IS

- EOS 3000D - glasine

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- Powershot SD430 Wireless

- IXY Digital L3

- EOS 3000D (najava)

- EOS 5D (english)

- PowerShot SD30 - IXUS i Zoom

- PowerShot A610

- PowerShot SD450 (IXUS 55)

- PowerShot SD550 (IXUS 750)

- PowerShot A410

- PowerShot S80

- EOS-1D Mark II N

- PowerShot S2 IS Review at Steves Digicams

- EOS 20Da

- Powershot S2 IS

- Powershot SD400 - IXUS 50 i SD500 - IXUS 700

- Powershot Pro 100 L i Rebel XT

- EOS 20D

- Exilim EX-Z600

- Exilim Zoom EX-Z850

- Exilim Zoom EX-Z60

- Exilim Card EX-S600

- W31CA - 3.2 Megapixels

- Exilim Zoom EX-Z10

- Exilim Zoom EX-Z110

- Exilim Zoom EX-Z120

- Exilim EX-Z500

- EX-S500

- EX-P700 Exilim Pro

- Exilim Zoom EX-Z750 i EX-Z57

- 3047

- 4042

- (820z, 500z, 510z, 5042 i 5040)

- 528

- 568

- 552

- R-D1s

- Finepix Z1 Zoom

- Finepix A500

- Finepix F30

- FinePix A600 Zoom

- FinePix F650

- FinePix V10

- FinePix F470

- Finepix A500

- Finepix A400

- S4 Pro - rumours

- FinePix Z2

- FinePix F460

- FinePix F11

- FinePix S9500 (S9000)

- FinePix S5600 (S5200)

- FinePix E900

- FinePix F10

- Mobile's with camera

- H2 and H2D


- i.mega HDC-531

- 6GB Microdrive

- Photosmart M417

- Photosmart R927

- Photosmart R727

- Photosmart R725

- Photosmart M527

- Photosmart M425

- Photosmart M525

- Photosmart E327

- Scanjet 8300 and 8300gp Scanners

- Photosmart E317

- Photosmart R818

- Photosmart R817

- Photosmart R717

- Photosmart m517

- Photosmart R607

- Bluetooth Digital Camera

- Easyshare Z650

- Easyshare C663

- EasyShare V570

- EasyShare C643

- EasyShare Z612

- EasyShare C533

- EasyShare V603

- Easyshare P850

- Easyshare P880

- Easyshare V530

- Easyshare V550

- Easyshare Z700

- Easyshare Z740

- EasyShare Z760

- Easyshare C360

- Easyshare C330

- Easyshare C310

- Easyshare Z730

- Easyshare Z7590

- Easyshare 300

- Easyshare 340

- DiMAGE Z20

- AF 35mm f/1.4G (D) Lens

- Dimage Z6

- 3 NewDT Series lens

- AF 35mm F1.4G Lens

- DiMage X1

- Maxxum 5D / Dynax 5D


- DiMAGE E500

- DiMAGE X60

- Candid KX16

- C-Lux 1
- Digital M
- D-Lux 2

- CanU 502 (english)

- ZD finally

- 645AFDII

- ZD rumours

- DC 6211

- DMP-2 Media Player

- DC 8111


- MDC-832Z

- N343i I-Mode

- D2X

- D3H rumours

- D200

- AF-S VR Micro-Nikkor 105mm f/2.8G IF-ED

- Coolpix S5/S6

- Coolpix P4

- Capture NX Software

- Coolpix L2

- Coolpix L3

- Coolpix L4

- Coolpix P3

- Coolpix S6

- D200

- Coolpix S3

- Coolpix S4

- Coolpix P2

- Coolpix P1

- D200 (coming soon)

- Coolpix S2

- Coolpix 4600 - review

- D50 DSLR

- Coolpix S1

- Coolpix (4600, 5600, 5900, 7600, 7900)


- N92 (Preview)

- 6111

- 3250

- 6265

- New models:6270 i 6280

- 6101

- N70

- Carl Zeiss Camera mobiteli: N70 i N90

- FE-160

- FE-150

- FE-115

- FE-140

- FE-130

- SP-320

- Stylus 720 SW

- mju 700

- Stylus 710

- EVOLT E-330

- Stylus 810

- SP-700

- Evolt E-500

- Stylus 600

- SP-310

- SP-350

- Stylus SP-500

- FE-120

- FE-110

- FE-100

- C-180

- 800

- Camedia X-600

- C-7070 Wide Zoom

- Camedia D serija (630, 595 i 545)

- Stylus Verve S

- IR-300 digicam, DVD / CD pisac

- Lumix DMC-FX01

- Lumix DMC-TZ1

- Lumix DMC-LZ3

- Lumix DMC-FZ7

- Lumix DMC-L1

- Lumix DMC-LZ5

- Lumix DMC-FX9 i DMC-FX8

- Lumix DMC-LX1

- Lumix DMC-FZ30

- Lumix DMC-FX8

- Lumix DMC- (Fz5, LZ2, LZ1, LS1)

- PG-8000

- PG-6100

- Optio A10

- Optio E10

- Optio M10

- *istDL2

- DA Fish-Eye 10-17mm F3.5-4.5 ED Lens (english)

- Optio 50L

- Optio WPi

- Optio S6

- OptioS60

- *ist DS2

- Optio60

- Optio WP

- *ist DL

- Optio SVi

- Optio S45

- Optio S5z

- Optio S55

- 645 Digital

- OptioS5n

- *istDS Silver

- Optio50

- P45 39 Megapixel Digital Back

- x530

- Luxmedia 5303

- Luxmedia 6103

- Luxmedia 5008

- 4GB SD Card

- Caplio R30

- Caplio R4

- Caplio RR630

- Caplio RR530

- GR Digital

- Caplio R3

- Caplio R2S

- Caplio GX8

- Caplio R2

- dp6500

- da5324

- Prego DP8300

- Prego DP6200

- 50mm f/2.8

- Prego dp6000

- Prego dp5500

- VP-MS11

- SC-MS10

- SC-MS25

- Digimax A503

- Digimax S800

- Digimax S600

- Digimax i6

- Digimax S500

- SC-MS20

- VP-MS10

- Digimax L60

- Digimax L85

- GX-1L


- MM-A900

- SPH-V6800

- Digimax A40

- Digimax A4

- E888

- Digimax U-CA 5

- GPANG (slike i video)

- 5Mp CMOS senzor slike

- SCH-V770 Samsung's 7MP, mobitel sa kamerom, i izvan J. Koreje

- SPH-M7000 Pocket PC

- i300 sa 3GB HDD

- SPH-V7800 mobitel sa 5MP kamerom

- Digimax Pro 815

- Digimax A502

- Digimax V800

- Digimax A50

- Digimax A55W

- Digimax L50

- Digimax L55W

- Digimax i5

- Digimax #1

- Digimax Pro 815 (najava)

- SCH-V770 (telefon sa 7-megapikselnom kamerom)

- SCH-S260

- Xacti HD1

- Xacti VPC-C6 (english)

- Xacti VPC-C6

- Xacti VPC-C40

- Xacti DSC-S6

- Xacti E6

- C5

- MM-5600 (DIMA nagrada)

- Xacti C5

- Xacti DSC-S5

- Cybershot DSC-H1

- Cyber-shot DSC-N1

- Cybershot DSC-S60

- Cyber-Shot DSC-W50

- Cyber-Shot DSC-W30

- Cyber Shot DSC-S600

- Cybershot DSC-W70

- Cybershot DSC-W100

- Cybershot DSC-H2

- Cybershot DSC-H5

- Cybershot DSC-W40

- Cybershot DSC-T9

- Cybershot M2

- Cyber-shot DSC-R1

- Cyber-shot DSC-T5

- Cybershot DSC-W17

- Hi-MD Walkman MZ-DH10P

- Cyber-shot DSC-T7

- Cybershot DSC-S80

- Cyber-Shot K800 & K790

- ROB-1 Bluetooth Controlled Camera

- K750i

- K300i

- W800i Walkman Phone

- 650

- EZ5030


- Kodak P880 vs. Fuji S9000

- Aaron Hawks (works)

- PENTAX DA 70mm F2.4 Lens

- 50mm Prime Lenses

- Canon EF 20mm f/2.8 USM review

- Sigma 17-70mm F2.8-4.5 DC Macro Lens

- Carl Zeiss ZF Lenses for Nikon SLRs

- DSLR Lens Glossary

- Nikkor 18-200mm VR Lens Advisory Service Notice

- Nikon 60mm f/2.8D AF Micro Lens

- Tokina 12-24mm f/4 AT-X 124 AF PRO DX Lens

- Sigma APO 70-200mm F2.8 EX DG MACRO HSM

- Sigma APO 50-500mm F4-6.3 EX DG HSM Lens

- Sigma APO Macro 150mm F2.8 EX DG HSM

- Sigma Macro 105mm F2.8 EX DG

- Sigma 18-50mm F2.8 EX DC Lens

- Sigma 30mm F1.4 EX DC HSM Lens

- Leica D Vario-Elmarit 14-50mm/F2.8-3.5 ASPH Lens

- Nikon 105mm f/2.8G ED-IF AF-S VR lens

- Pentax-DA 21mm F3.2AL Lens

- Canon EF 85 mm f/1.2 II USM L Lens

- Canon EF-S 17-55 mm F2.8G IS Lens

- EF-S 17-85mm f4~5.6 IS USM Lens (english)

- Sigma 28-300mm F3.5-6.3 DG MACRO Lens (Pentax Mount)

- Sigma 800mm F5.6 APO EX DG/HSM lece (english)

- Olympus PPO-E04 Lens Port za E-System siroko-zumirajuce lece

- AmacroX Super Wide Camera Phone Lens

- Sigma 50-500mm F4-6.3 EX DG HSM lece

- Rollei 6008 AF Bundle

- Nikon Forecasts

- Canon Reach 30 Million Mark with EF Lenses

- scanR Enables Camera Phones and Digital Cameras to Scan, Copy & Fax

- Kodak and Lexar Introduce High-Performance Memory Cards

- Kodak Change Logo

- SanDisk Ultra II Mobile Card

- SanDisk Announces 4-Gigabyte Memory Stick PRO Duo

- Fujifilm cut 5,000 jobs & Canon's Profits Increase with Good Digital Camera Sales

- Micron Buys Lexar

- Canon EOS 5D 'Banding' Problems

- Olympus and Panasonic Announce Four Thirds System Digital SLR Cameras

- SanDisk Ultra II SD Plus card

- SanDisk Extreme III cards

- SanDisk 4GB Memory Stick PRO Duo

- Pentax 10MP-DSLR (Unnamed)

- Everplay announced by Konica Minolta, Kodak and Fujifilm as New Standard

- Kodak and Bibble Announce Technology Agreement

- Apple updates Aperture to 1.0.1

- The Best Photos of the Year 2005 at TIME

- Motorola PEBL (only at T-Mobile)

- The photo quality of a 2 megapixel camera phone compared to pictures of a digital camera (english)

- Gmail Mobile (english)

- Imaging Summit 2005 zakljucci

- nThrum Search (english)

- 300 miliona telefona sa kamerama u 2005.godini

- Transcend USB Disk Drive Digital Camera

- Leaf Aptus 75 and Aptus 65 (english)

- 2D Barcode: Nove mogucnosti upotrebe telefona sa kamerama (english)

- Nokia N80 - najava

- 280 miliona telefona sa kamerama u 2005.godini

- Ricoh GR Digital Camera

- Kodak EasyShare V570 (najava)

- 5 gadgeta (english)

- EISA Awards 2005/2006

- Photo Management Tools (english)

- Telefoni sa kamerama zamijenit ce digitalne kamere?

- Manfrotto 685B NeoTec Deluxe Monopod (english)

- Canon EOS 5D - najava

- VisionMirrorovLCD ogledalo televizor

- Pentax DLSR web stranica

- Konica Minolta i Sony ce zajedno razvijati digitalne SLR kamere

- Canon DSLR Basics web stranica

- Fujifilm UNICEF Photography contest winners (english)

- Wi-fi: jos jedna revolucija? (english)

- Nokia objavljuje izlazak 7 novih modela mobilnih telefona (627o/6280 modeli sa 2MP)

- Lexar Picture Perfect Pets Online Photo Contest

- DIWA Gold Medal: Fujifilm FinePix S3 Pro (english)

- Jobo Giga Vu Pro, uredjaj za pohranu podataka

- Microsoft napada Adobe: A c r y l i c !!

- Nethra: 3 Mps za kamere u mobilnim telefonima

- Kodak obustavlja dalji rad na SLR/n, SLR/c

- Yahoo uvodi PhotoMail

- Pentax zatvara 300 radnih mjesta

- Minox DM1

- Pantech preuzima Siemensov odjel mobilnih telefona

- 1. Kodak, 2. Canon i 3. Sony na USA trzistu..

- Olympus otpusta 4000 ljudi..

- Najbolje digitalne kamere..

- Novi telefoni sa kamerom

- Kyocera prestaje sa proizvodnjom digitalnih i filmskih kamera

- OKAO, Face Recognition Technology za mobilne telefone

- Usporena prodaja u Juznoj Koreji u sljedece tri godine

- Nove digitalne kamere - feb2005

- 2008: 100 miliona digitalnih kamera

- Pretec 133X Secure Digital Card

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