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Ricoh releases firmware update for GXR & GR Digital III

ricohdigitalIIIRicoh has announced the release of  both the third function-enhancing firmware update for its GXR range of compact digital cameras which were initially released in December 2009, and the fourth function-enhancing firmware update for its GR DIGITAL III range of cameras which were originally released in August 2009, on March 28th, 2011.

Ricoh’s function-enhancing firmware updates are developed in response to opinions and requests received from a large number of customers via surveys submitted at registration time and through other channels. These updates enable customers who already own GXR and GR DIGITAL III to update their firmware to include the latest functions, thus making it possible for them to enhance the performance and usability of their cameras by adding new function and setting possibilities.

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Panasonic announces three new Dual Cameras

Panasonic has announced three new Dual Cameras, the HX-WA10, the HX-DC10 and the HX-DC1, all which have an easy-to-hold vertical design, making it easy and seamless to shoot full-High Definition videos (1920 x 1080) or photos – without having to switch between the two settings as there are separate video/photo capture buttons. The HX-WA10 is waterproof down to approximately 10 feet*1 making it extremely versatile, and the HX-WA10 and HX-DC10 models include Panasonic’s Backside Illumination (BSI) technology, which allows for optimal shooting in dimly-lit conditions.
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Panasonic releases two new HD Mobile Cameras

Panasonic has announced the new HM-TA20, full-High Definition1 mobile camera, which has a rugged design that is waterproof to approximately 10 feet, shockproof to approximately 5 feet and dustproof2, and with the Night View Mode – it shoots exceptional video and photos, even in low-lighting. The Panasonic HM-TA20’s small and compact size, combined with tough exterior, make this the ultimate video camera when it comes to portability. Plus, with a large, 3.0-inch Touch LCD, the HM-TA20 is easy and intuitive to use.

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Share your hottest moments with Kodak Easyshare C1530

kodakc1530From dinner parties to dance parties, big things are happening in your world. With the Kodak Easyshare Camera / C1530, you can share all your hottest moments with just a touch of a button. Taking beautiful pictures, more often, automatically, is what this camera is all about. And once you’ve got that amazing shot, you’ll love sharing it to your favorite places.

Now you can make stunning prints upto 30x40 in. Kodak provides you with more megapixels which means you can crop and enlarge and still have great picture quality. The 3X optical zoom (35 mm equivalent: 32–96 mm) gets you closer to your subjects without reducing image quality. The blur reduction option helps to reduce blur caused by subject movement or fast-action situations to deliver clearer, sharper pictures. The 3.0 in. bright LCD provides brighter and more vibrant pictures and helps to relive moments and view pictures with brilliance and clarity. Now you can get great shots time after time with multiple scene and colour modes, including auto, sport, portrait, children, fireworks, and backlight. Capture the details in low-light conditions and fast-action situations with high ISO (up to 1000). Achieve your perfect shot with on-camera features such as cropping, undo-delete, picture rotation, and self-timer. Your camera can always be ready to go using convenient AA batteries.

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Epson launches the sensational Stylus Pro 4900

Epson, the world leader in digital imaging and printing solutions has made its ultimate photo and graphic arts printing technology more compact and affordable than ever before with the launch of the Epson Stylus Pro 4900. Capable of handling 17-inch wide media (A2+), the printer is the smallest model that features Epson’s most advanced Micro Piezo TFP (Thin Film Piezo) print head and UltraChrome HDR (High Dynamic Range) ink set. These features were only previously found in Epson’s top-of-the-line, multi award winning Epson Stylus Pro 7900 (24-inch wide) and 9900 (44-inch wide) printers. The Epson Stylus Pro 4900 is also the only printer in its class that can handle roll media and features an optional X-rite spectroproofer colour management system.


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