We are back with another list of the latest Newegg deals, and this time the list is heavily skewed towards digital cameras and photo frames. If you are in the market for one of those, be sure to check out the list below:
- Fuji FinePix F60fd Silver Digital Camera - $149.99 (Promo code “CAMERA21610”) - Expires 3/15
- Bravo DPF-104 10.4” Digital Photo Frame- $119.99 - (Promo code “FRAME216FS”) -Expires 2/28
- Olympus SP-565UZ Black Digital Camera -$264.99 (Promo code “CAMERA211015”) - Expires 2/28
- Buffalo WHR-HP-G54 Broadband Router and Access Point -$64.99 - Expires 2/28
We are back with another list of the latest Newegg deals, and with Valentine’s Day right around the corner, we are definitely feeling the collection of red digital cameras. For you gamers, if you pick up an Xbox 360, you get a free game:
- Buy an Xbox 360 and get a free Game - Expires 2/13
- HP Photosmart C6250 All-In-One Color Printer - $99.99 (after promo code “PRINT12930”) - Expires 2/15
- Logitech diNovo Mini Keyboard - $129.99 with free shipping (Promo code “Logitech22FS”) - Expires 2/14
- Say “I Love You” with a red digital camera - Expires 2/14
If you want to pick up a camera for your loved one that is as much a fashion statement as it is a photography device, you’ve gotta consider the fashionista-friendly Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-T700. It’s not all about the looks, though, because this camera packs in a bunch of features. Like what? How about anti-blink and Smile Shutter technology? It also features a 3.5-inch ultra-high resolution touchscreen display, shoots at up to 10.1 megapixels, and includes 4GB of internal memory. It also includes the Picture Motion Browser software package, but seriously, who’s gonna use that? The Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-T700 retails for $399.99, but on Amazon we were able to find substantial discounts, depending on which color you were interested in:
- Grey DSC-T700 for $339.99
- Pink DSC-T700 for $366.47
- Silver DSC-T700 for $375.64
- Red DSC-T700 for $375.64
There’s also a gold version, but we didn’t include that one since there was no discount available on it. Definitely a good gift for the woman in your life.
We’ve all marveled at super slow-motion footage on shows like MythBusters or on sites like CSU’s slow-motion archive, and longed to shoot slow-motion footage of our own. Until earlier this year, however, the equipment to do so was horrendously expensive. Fortunately, Casio announced a revolutionary new consumer camera at the 2008 CES in January called the Exilim Pro EX-F1. It boasts video capture of up to 1200 frames per second (where normal video is around 30 frames per second) and at resolutions up to 1080i HD (though not at the same time).
We recently got our hands on an EX-F1 and we must say, we are impressed. Read on for the full in-depth review, including sample pictures and videos.
If you’re into High Definition technology, check out the DV520HD from Mustek. It records videos and photos in 1080i high def. This makes it easy to point-and-shoot, hook up to your entertainment system, and easily enjoy. You can now re-live those lovely vacation sunsets on your HDTV. Available this month for $199 USD, which isn’t bad for an ultra-portable high definition camera at the consumer level.
As for the rest of the stats, the device also has a 5.0MP CMOS, 2.5” Swivel LTPS LCD, 2X Digital Zoom, USB 2.0, and 46MB Internal Memory. Yeah, for HD recording, we are thinking you might want to pick up an extra SD card or two.
The market for point and shoot digital cameras gets crowded. Casio’s Exilim EX-S880 is a standout. The EX-S880 comes in at a diminutive 2.4 x 3.7 x .7 inches and weighs 7 ounces, making it perfect to slip into a pocket or purse for the evening. Despite the small size, the EX-S880 packs 8.1 megapixels, 3x optical zoom and 4x digital zoom, H.264 MPEG 4 video capability, face detection and anti shake technology. Read on to get our full thoughts on the Exilim EX-S880.
Over on Unboxing, we just posted a new video of us opening up a Nikon D80 Outfit set. The D80 Outfit is the retail box that includes the Nikon D80 digital SLR, along with an 18-55mm lens. It’s fairly pricey at about $1200, but you can find the Nikon D80 Outfit cheaper if you shop around for it. Enjoy the unboxing video for now, and look for a review shortly.
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