Casio has unveiled the 12.1 megapixel EX-ZR100, the new flagship model for the company’s popular EXILIM family of digital cameras. Blazingly fast, the EX-ZR100 is powered by Casio’s new EXILIM ENGINE HS with dual core processors, which work together to offer consumers a high-speed shooting experience unlike any other. From high-speed image processing to slow-motion video recording, the next generation EXILIM EX-ZR100 represents a dramatic advancement beyond today’s traditional digital camerafs. Also joining the EX-ZR100 is the EX-ZR10. Announced at the 2010 Photokina Expo, the EX-ZR10 is the younger sibling of the more advanced EX-ZR100, and will begin shipping in January 2011.
Casio has added even more depth to its popular EXILIM family of digital cameras with the announcement of the 16.1 megapixel EX-H30. With an impressive 24mm, ultra-wide-angle, 12.5X optical zoom lens as well as the ability to capture up to 1,000 photos on a single battery charge (in accordance with Camera & Imaging Products Association standards), the new EX-H30 offers the versatility that today’s travelers are looking for in a compact digital camera.
Battery Performance When it Counts
Thanks to Casio’s industry-leading, energy-saving technologies and a high-capacity, rechargeable lithium ion battery (NP-130), the new EX-H30 outperforms the competition when it comes to battery life. With one full charge of the battery, consumers can head out for the day, or in some cases, even the week, and document their travels knowing that they’ll have the ability to snap at least 1,000 photos.
Sony has announced new models in its W, H and T-series Cyber-shot lines including models DSC-W510, DSC-W530, DSC-W560 and DSC-W570–some of its most affordable, full-featured point-and-shoot cameras to date. The all new W-series models feature Sweep Panorama mode, plus a variety of Sony innovations. These include SteadyShot image stabilization that reduces blur, iAuto mode that automatically optimizes camera settings plus Face Detection and Smile Shutter technology, making it easy and affordable to get the best shot. W-series prices range from about $110 to about $180 (Approximately Rs. 5,000), (Approximately Rs. 9,000).
Sony has unveiled five new Cyber-shot digital still cameras that make it easy to get DSLR-like quality still images, stunning 3D photos and high-quality full HD videos.
Sony has designed five new innovative 16.2-megapixel Cyber-shot cameras (models DSC-TX100V, DSC-TX10, DSC-HX7V, DSC-WX10 and DSC-WX9) that are the world’s first compact digital still cameras to include 3D Still Image mode for taking 3D images using only one lens and imager. They also have innovative Dual Rec (record) technology, for taking still photos during video capture. The DSC-TX100V camera is the world’s first compact digital still camera to include full HD (1920 x 1080/60p) video capability. This format provides the least distortion for playback on a high definition television.
Following the huge success of the 2010 range of FinePix ‘A’ series cameras, Fujifilm is pleased to introduce four new additions for 2011. The FinePix AV200, AV250, AX300 and AX350 all combine a good all-round feature-set with affordability, and are perfect for beginners who want a simple point and shoot digital camera.
The new ‘A’ series compacts differ only in their zoom and resolution capabilities. The 14 megapixel AV200 and the 16 megapixel AV250 both boast a 3x Fujinon zoom and the 14 megapixel AX300 and the 16 megapixel AX350 features a versatile Fujinon 5x zoom lens. You can rest assured that whichever model you choose, the excellent resolution sensors and top quality Fujinon optics combine with the high sensitivity settings (to ISO 3200) to deliver sharp, clear images whatever the shooting conditions. All models feature Fuji\'s Digital Image Stabilisation technology to compensate for image blur caused by hand shake or subject movement, and ensure you always get a great picture.