Canon has been up to its old tricks with some of their latest Powershot cameras, the SD940 and SD980 Digital ELPH.
The SD940 has a 12.1 Megapixel sensor, 28mm wide-angle lens with 4X Optical Zoom. It has a 2.7 inch LCD, and is capable of 720p videos. It will be available in September for a price of $300. You can pre-order it on Amazon.
The SD980 also has the 12.1 Megapixel sensor, 24 mm wide-angle lens with 5X Optical Zoom. Its screen is a 3.0 inch PureColor System LCD touchscreen, and the camera is also capable of 720p. This will be available in October for $429, and you can order it on Amazon now for $329.
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Casio has recently announced two 12.1 megapixel point-and-shoot cameras recently, both of which can detect humans and objects, and then automatically set the focus for better shots. The EX-Z450 has a 3 inch LCD screen, a 28 mm 4x optical zoom lens and ISO range of 64 to 3,200. The EZ-Z90 has a 2.7 inch LCD, 3x optical zoom, and ISO range of 64 to 1,600.
The Z450 will be available in Japan on August 28 in gold, red, pink, (with brown and silver models on September 11th) for a price of $380. The EX-Z90 will be available on September 11 in gold, silver, pink, blue, and black for a price of $210.
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Samsung has recently announced the CL65, an intelligent camera that has Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and GPS geotagging. It also has a 12.2 megapixel sensor, 5x optical zoom, 720p movie mode, HDMI output, as well as a 3.5 inch touchscreen that utiltizes Smart Gesture user interface. So not only can you shoot great pictures, but you can upload them to Facebook and other sites with ease. It should be released next month at a price of $399.99.
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For most students, summer ends around the end of August or the beginning of September. Considering all the swimming that can be done before then, I am surprised that Pentax did not release the Optio WS80 a lot sooner. The WS80 is only waterproof for about 5 feet, but it has a 10 megapixel sensor with face detection. It also features a 2.7-inch LCD screen and high definition 720p video recording at 30 frames per second. It is available for purchase for a price of $250.
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Sony has recently added to their CyberShot collection with the DSC-WX1 and the DSC-TX1. Both of them are 10.2 point-and-shoot cameras that have facial detection, smile shutter, anti-motion blur plus multi-shot modes, wide panorama capability, plus 10 frames per second shooting.
As for the differences, the WX1 (left in photo) has a 2.7 inch LCD, a Sony G lens, 5x optical zoom with f/2.5 maximum aperture, 720p HD movie recording, and an “Exmore R” illuminated CMOS sensor for better low-light handling. As for the TX1, it has a 3-inch LCD and a Carl Zeiss Tesar lens with 4x telescopic zoom.
The Sony Cybershot DSC-WX1 will be released in October for a price of $350, in black. The DSC-TX1 will be available in September for $380 in silver gray, pink, and blue. Full release, after the break.
DXG has found a way to promote their newest cameras to the female crowd with their Luxe Collection. As you can see, the Luxe series come in stylish colors, with a look designed to accessorize.
The Luxe Collection are 720p cameras, so you are getting high definition recording. They can take 8 megapixel still photos, capture up to 8 hours of video using a 16GB card, and have a 3-inch LCD flip out screen. The DXG Luxe Collection should be available on August 3, for a price of $149.
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Olympus never does anything simply but you always know they will be innovative. Their E-P1 combines the simplicity of a point and shoot and the optics of an SLR. It has the A/V quality of an HD camcorder and high-end audio recording. The cam features a 12.3-mexapixel interchangeable lens system with a virtual imaging studio inside. The silver and black Olympus PEN E-P1 is available for pre-order starting at $799.99.
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A few months ago, Panasonic released the amazing Lumix DMC-ZS3 digital camera, and we immediately took notice. After all, a point-and-shoot that features 10.1 megapixels, a 25mm ultra-wide-angle lens, and an astounding 12x optical zoom was certainly something that commanded attention. The camera also boasts a Leica DC Vario-Elmar lens and records high definition 720p video in AVCHD Lite format, at 60 frames per second no less. We were finally able to get our hands on one now that the Lumix ZS3 isn’t constantly sold out everywhere we turn, and we’ve put together a gallery of Panasonic Lumix ZS3 unboxing images to show off the camera itself. Our pal Nate True has been using it, and from all accounts, he loves it. You can pick up a Panasonic Lumix ZS3 at Amazon.
We’ve been playing with the Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX3 for a few days, and can’t deny how impressed we are. While we work on our Lumix LX3 review, we figured we’d hit you guys up with a quick Lumix LX3 unboxing gallery of the device. We’ve snapped a good 16 images showing you the Lumix LX3, along with everything else that’s included in the box. Our only regret? That we couldn’t use the Lumix LX3 to shoot the unboxing of itself. It’s that good.
Enjoy the gallery, and stay tuned for our review.
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Newegg‘s got a deal on the Canon PowerShot SD1200 IS digital camera, selling it for $189.99 from now through May 31. The camera features image stabilization, and captures images at up to 10 megapixels with 3x optical zoom. You’ve also got a 2.5-inch PureColor II LCD screen. Take a look at the Canon PowerShot SD1200 on Newegg, and use promo code CAM581 to get the savings.
As always, you can find all sorts of Newegg promo codes and deals on our forums.
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