Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ50

Panasonic has recently introduced their Lumix DMC-TZ50 digital camera. The Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ50 has Wi-Fi capabilities so users can upload their pictures to Picasa Web Albums.


The Panasonic DMC-TZ50 has a 9.1 megapixel, 28mm wide-angle lens, 10x optical zoom and HD video recording capability. The HD video recording capability of the Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ50 is at 720P, however, it doesn’t have an HDMI capable, you can only connect it to your HDTV via component cable or by inserting your SD card unto your Panasonic HDTV. Furthermore, the Panasonic DMC-TZ50 has a large 3 inch screen where you can preview your pictures.

Standard camera features on the Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ50 includes: Intelligent exposure, auto red-eye reduction, Mega O.I.S, Intelligent ISO, scene selector, face detection, and continuous auto focus.

The advantage of having a Wi-Fi capable digital camera is that whenever you’re on vacation and you run out of space on your memory card, you don’t have to delete any photos. You can conveniently upload your pictures to Picasa Web Albums using T-Mobile’s HotSpot service. You can even browse and delete any pictures on your Picasa Web Albums right on the Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ50.

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Monday, April 7, 2008

Sony HDR-TG1

Sony has announced their own pocket-sized wonder, the Sony HDR-TG1. Sony claims that the Sony HDR-TG1 is the world's smallest Full HD Camcorder.


The Sony HDR-TG1 features a small and compact titanium body and weighs only ten ounces. Measurements of this camcorder is 1.3 inches wide, 4.7 inches tall, and 2.5 inches deep. The Sony HDR-TG1 also has a hard coating which makes it resistent to scratches.


The Sony HDR-TG1 is a Full HD camcorder which means it can record videos at 1920 x 1080 resolution. This camcorder is also capable of taking still pictures at 4 mega pixel resolution. Recording at full HD ensures that you will be able to capture the highest quality video with vivid colors, less noise and more details.

The Sony HDR-TG1 has a face detection technology which can detect up to eight faces and then automatically adjusts color, exposure, focus, etc. The Sony HDR-TG1 has a Car Zeiss Vario-Tessar 10x optical zoom lensand a BIONZ processing engine. Another cool feature of the Sony HDR-TG1 is that it is capable of recording audio in Dolby Digital 5.1 channel surround sound!

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Saturday, March 29, 2008



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Monday, March 24, 2008

Pentax Optio V20

Pentax has released their Pentax Optio V20 digital camera. The Pentax Optio V20 digital camera features 8 mega pixel resoltuion, 5x optical zoom, and a 3.0 inch LCD screen.

The Pentax Optio V20 incorporates some new technologies which can also be found on some Sony Cyber-Shot digital cameras. The Pentax Optio V20 has a face recognition feature which can detect and focus on faces and then automatically sets the exposure settings. The Pentax Optio V20 also has smile detection technology. The blink detection technology on this digital camera will immediately alert the user when the subject closed their eyes during the shot so you can do a retake. Other features of the Pentax Optio V20 includes 52mb built-in memory, Auto-tracking AF and Auto-Macro mode.

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Sanyo Xacti CG9

Sanyo has once again made another compact digital camera/camcorder but unlike the Xacti HD1000 and Xacti HD700, the Sanyo Xacti CG9 is not capable of recording high definition videos. What the Sanyo Xacti CG9 does offer is a 9.1 megapixel still image capability and MPEG-4 recording.


Like the other Xacti line, the Sanyo Xacti CG9 is very compact and there’s not much design difference between it and the Sanyo Xacti CG65 except that maybe the former has a more roundish and a bit bulkier design. It also has a cool shiny exterior and comes in three colors, black, red and white, and just pure white (colors available in Japan).


The Sanyo Xacti CG9 can record high quality MPEG 4 AVC/H.264 videos which is compatible with most systems. The MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 video codec also allows 1 hour video recording on a 1GB SD card. Sanyo opted to chuck the CCD sensor that was previously on the Sanyo Xacti CG65 and opted to go with a 9.1 mega pixel CMOS sensor on the Sanyo Xacti CG9. I don’t know if that’s a good idea as CMOS sensors tend to produce lower quality and noisy images compared with CCD sensors. I’m expecting a greater battery life on the Sanyo Xacti CG9 compared with the Xacti CG65 because of the change from CCD to CMOS.

The Sanyo Xacti CG9 is also capable of recording videos at 60fps. Ever since face recognition technology has become standard on digital cameras, manufacturers have a funny way of naming these technologies. Sanyo takes the cake by naming their facial recognition technology, “face chaser”, which can recognize up to 12 faces in a still image.

The LCD screen on the Sanyo Xacti CG9 is around 2.5 inch, it also has built-in flash, 40mb internal memory, image stabilization, 5x optical zoom and loads of other features.

Pricing and Availability

The Sanyo Xacti CG9 is expected to be available in the US in April and will have a price of $279.99

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