Are you looking for a new camera to sport your precious moments? Well, this may be the camera for you – the Kodak EasyShare M590 digital camera. Dubbed as the world’s thinnest 5x optical zoom digicam, this sleek and all beautiful camera seems just perfect for all those who love sharing their fun memories.
The Kodak EasyShare M590 digital camera comes in a fashionable design that I’m pretty sure will make you the envy of your other friends. It packs the Kodak’s Share Button which will help you stay connected with your loved ones. Tagging pictures of your loved ones can be done directly on the camera and upload it right on YouTube, Flickr, and Facebook.
Let’s have a quick rundown of the specs and features of the Kodak EasyShare M590.
- 2.7-inch LCD with Kodak Color Science Technology
- Point-and-shoot 14 megapixel still images
- World’s thinnest 5x optical zoom digicam which uses SCHNEIDER-KREUZNACH VARIOGON lens
- Built-in Image Stabilization
- Share Button for easy upload on Kodak Gallery, YouTube, Facebook, and Flickr as well as Email
- 720pHD at 30fps picture and video record
- Kodak’s face Recognition feature
- Kodak’s Smart Capture feature which identifies the scene and automatically adjusts the settings
- 6MB internal memory with microSD/ SDHC card slot for expansion
- Li-Ion battery and in-camera charging
What are you wating for? Let the real Kodak moment happen. The Kodak EasyShare M590 digital camera will have its release date in the fall at a price of $199.95. The camera is available in a variety of colors including red, silver, purple, and blue which can be bought at major retailers and Kodak.com
Joining the Flip Video camera craze is Kodak which has introduced yet another excellent pocket-snapper camera – the Koday PlayTouch. The Kodak PlayTouch pocket camcorder is actually the company’s first point-and-shoot handycam which is capable of shooting Full 1080p HD videos. Also, the PlayTouch is a competitor to Sanyo’s Xacti VPC-PD2BK which we have written several days ago.
The sleek and stylish Kodak PlayTouch mini-camcorder has specs and features including a 3-inch capacitive touchscreen LCD which gives you room to edit your photos as well as extract stills. It features an LCD glare shield which allows users to use the camera under the bright sunlight environment. It also boasts a 5MP camera for taking still images with built-in digital image stabilization, SmartFace tracking technology, a built-in USB arm, external stereo speakers, an HDMI output to let you watch your videos on TV without the need of a PC, and a microSD/ SDHC memory card slot which allows expansion for up to 32GB of HD footage.
It also comes with a Share Button which makes it naturally easy for users to upload videos to YouTube, Facebook, and other social networking sites. The PlayTouch comes with a Li-Ion battery which promises up to 10 hours of HD video and will be shipped in variety of hues including – Chrome, Smoke Gaze (Black), Spa Blue (Teal), Wine Country (Magenta), and Cabana (Orange).
Watch out for the Kodak PlayTouch’s release date this fall at a reasonable price tag of $229.95.
Canon marks a decade of the company’s Ixus range with the launch of the Ixus 1000 HS digital camera. The Canon Ixus 1000 HS is also known as the PowerShot SD4500 IS and it seems one pretty interesting point- and- shoot camera which is available in colors including brown, silver, and pink. It is also aptly named as the slimmest camera on the market to come equipped with a 10x optical zoom and capable of shooting 1080p Full HD video at 24 frames per second.
Specs and features-wise, the Canon Ixus 100 HS has a 3-inhes LCD with a glass outer layer. Also, it has a 10 megapixel CMOS sensor camera together with the Canon DIGIC 4 processing system to provide quality images. The pocket-snapper camera also has optical image stabilization, 3.7 fps burst mode which shoots continuously until the memory card is full, and intelligent night shot mode.
Another great feature of this compact camera is its compatibility with Eye-Fi SD cards. This will allow users to give the camera Wi-Fi capabilities via the cards. Through this, you’ll be able to upload your precious photos while on the go. Let’s have a quick run down on the specs & features of this Ixus 1000 HS.
- Compact, stylish metal body
- 10x optical zoom with IS
- HS System with 10MP CMOS
- 3.0-inch PureColor II G LCD
- Smart Auto and Smart FE
- Super Slow Motion Movie
- Wink Self-Timer
- Shooting Modes
- Hints &Tips
Watch out for the release date of the Canon Ixus 1000 HS on September 2010 at a price of £349. Meanwhile, take a peek on the images of the sleek Canon Ixus 1000 HS digital camera.
We’ve seen a lot of consumers go crazy about the Flip camcorders. Maybe the design and concept just go them interested, but it seems as though a new competitor is ready to get head to head with the Flip. And with that, let’s take a look at the Sanyo Xacti VPC PD2BK pocket camcorder.
The Sanyo Xacti VPC PD2BK is a pocket handycam which has the size of a thick mobile phone. Despite its thickness, the pocket cam is actually lightweight at 3.7 ounces. There are no clear details about the specs and features of this “Flip killer” here, but as we see it we can expect specs including the ability to shoot 10 megapixel images or 1080 pixel videos at 30 frames per second into H.264 format. The pocket-sized camcorder has an integrated USB port which can be easily swiveled for connectivity. The video camera also comes with a 3x optical zoom lens, 37mm wide angle lens, mini HDMI port, dual camera, dual microphones, Web easy upload to sites like YouTube and other social networking sites, rechargeable Li-Ion battery via USB, and a support for microSD/ SDHC/ SDXC memory cards.
Check out for this guy’s release date by September at a price of $170 in North America. With the cheap price, we can say the Sanyo Xacti VPC PD2BK makes a fascinating alternative to other camcorders and we hope to see better pictures with this one.
Dubbed as the Studio Version of the EOS 7D, – this is the new EOS 7DSV DSLR of Canon. This recently announced Canon EOS 7DSV Studio Version is perfect for those who always shares their camera because the device has 4 levels of locking features for studio environments and guarded by daily password preventing other users to change the critical settings in the Camera.
In addition, The Canon EOS 7DSV Studio Version can also read barcode information and store data on the picture’s EXIF data.
Now available, priced at $2599 for the EOS 7DSV & WFT-E5A barcode kit while the body only version has retail price of $1829.
With the recently announced Samsung PL90 Digital Camera, you don’t have to bring annoying USB Cable around with you now because this point-and-shoot camera already features a built-in pop-out USB connector and it can be connected to your PC without the need of any additional cable. When connected to your computer, the device automatically install the intelli-studio, a software that allows the users to view camera’s data. The pop-out USB connector not only allows you to share the data but can be used also to charged the digicam’s battery as well without using separate power cord.
Specs of Samsung PL90 point-and-shot digicam includes a 12-Megapixel Camera, 4x optical zoom, and 2.7-inch 230k pixel LCD. It is capable of recording video at 640×480 resolution at 15 frames per second. Also features Smart Auto Mode that ensures the best result possible by assessing the type of photo you’re taking and then automatically optimises the cam, face detection, Obhective tracking AF, and red-eye fix.
The Samsung PL90 only measures 3.9 x 2.2 x by 0.7 thick. Release date will be by September for affordable price of $129.99.
Looking for the latest camcorder ? Check out this new Xacti VPC-CA102YL Dual Camera from Sanyo. This camera is a waterproof up to ten feet under and can record video in 1920×1080 full High Definition Resolution. Perfect for people with active lifestyle.
Specs of Sanyo Xacti VPC-CA102YL Waterproof Full HD includes a 2.7-inch wide LCD, 5x optical zoom, 12x double-range zoom. The output video format are MPEG-4 AVC/H.264. These video formats allow the users to easily share their favorite recorded videos on Youtube and other multimedia sites. VPC-CA102YL can also capture 14 Megapixel still photos.
It also features High-Speed Sequential Mode that allows the camera to capture up to 22 photos at 7 frames/second. Connectivity for VPC-CA102YL includes SD, SDHC, or SDXC memory cards. It can also connected to your HDTV using it Mini HDMI port.
This Sanyo Xacti VPC-CA102YL Dual Camera only measures 3.37 x 1.47 x 4.34 inches, small enough to be carried anywhere you go. It is powered by rechargeable lithium ion battery and can be easily charged using your laptop or desktop PC via its USB port.
Release date is expected this month for the price of $249.99.
Another new recently announced pocket HD camcorder is Flip-like Compact Panasonic HM-TA1 pocket HD Camcorder. This compact mini-camcorder only weighs 4 ounces and only measures 53x17x104 mm. HM-TA1 can record 1920×1080 full High Definition video at 30 frames per second and can be used to upload your video to your favorite sharing sites like Facebook, and Youtube easily. It can also take 8MP of still photos.
The pocket-sized digital camera features 2-inch LCD and integrated USB port. It also has image stabilization, LED flash and also SD card slot that is compatible with SDHC , and SDXC cards.
Another good features about Panasonic HM-TA1 is that it can be connected to your computer or laptop and can be used as a webcam. Its LED flash is perfect for light shooting whe you are using skype. Another is that it supports Apple iFrame Video format at 960×540 for Mac users.
The compact Panasonic HM-TA1 pocket HD camcorder is available in different colors: dark gray, purple, red, purple and black. Release date will be by August, you can buy it for a retail price of $170.
Samsung has just unveiled another ultra-compact digicam dubbed as the Samsung ST80 digital camera. This time, the device comes pre-equipped with Wi-Fi as an addition to the company’s growing line of Wi-Fi enabled camcorders. Now, users can brag about their precious moments by emailing their photos or uploading them on their favorite social networking sites including – Facebook, Picasa, and Flickr all without the need of a PC because of the feature.
Specs-wise, the Samsung ST80 digital camera has a 14.2 megapixel camera equipped with Samsung’s 3x optical zoom lens. It comes with a 3.0-inch LCD touchscreen panel capable of 720p HD video capture at 30 frames per second in H.264 format. The camera’s dimensions are 92X55.4X18.5mm making it slim and rounded.
Aside from its defining feature which is its being Wi-Fi enabled, the camera also got a DLNA connectivity which means it can communicate with any other connected devices found at home specifically the HDTVs. It’s all thanks to Samsung’s AllShare technology.
The Samsung ST80 digicam also has a Smart Auto control option which automatically selects appropriate scene mode. There is also the new Smart Crop mode allowing still images to be straightened in camera aside from cropping them.
Slated for a release date this September 2010, the Samsung ST80 digital camera will be available in colors including – white, charcoal black, mint blue, and fuchsia pink. It will come in a suggested retail price of $249.99. Meanwhile, feast your eyes on the images of the new Samsung ST80 digital camera below.
Added to Samsung’s line up of camcorder is the new Samsung HMX-E10 pocket camcorder. The Samsung HMX-E10 is a point and shoot video camera capable of 1080p HD video capture at 30 frames per second. This camcorder that is noted for its being ultra-slim meaning it’s enough to be slipped in pockets has a 1/3.2-inch CMOS sensor. Photo addicts can also capture stills with its 8.0 megapixel camera.
What’s more surprising about the Samsung HMX-E10 Pocket Camcorder is that it features the 270-degree swiveling lens. With the swiveling lens feature, users can experience fun into higher level when capturing videos because you can now be a part of the video without putting much effort like straining your arms by rotating its lens.
As for the other specs of the Samsung HMX-E10 pocket handycam, here’s a quick glance:
- 2.7-inch LCD touchscreen
- Full HD H.264 video capture at 30fps
- 2x digital zoom
- One-touch upload to the Web
- Direct USB, HDMI ports
- microSD card slot for expansion
The Samsung HMX-E10 camcorder also features preset modes including – Panorama, Vignetting, Defog, Sketch, and Miniature. Furthermore, all videos can be transferred on your PC using the pop-out USB port, which we’ve seen from Flip camcorders. Recharging the battery can also be done using the direct USB. That feature makes it really portable as you don’t have to bring the cable with you. The camcorder also comes with Samsung’s Intelli-studio which allows you to edit-and-play your video without having to install supporting software.
Available in black and ivory, the Samsung HMX-E10 pocket camcorder is expected to be released in September at a competitive price of $199.99.