Everything that fits under the world of digital imaging, both still and video.
This site has been digged down the last couple of days, but now it’s up and running again. Tim Vidas has built a cool little GPS hack/application for his camera that puts in the appropriate GPS coordinates in the EXIF data of an image. He has then written a little script that plots them out on a Google map. Neat.
This new phone from Samsung is extremely interesting. Why? Well, instead of calling the Samsung SCH-B600 a phone, we could call it a camera. A 10 megapixel camera with 3 times optical zoom a 2.2 inch color display, DMB satellite TV reception, music and image playback, voice recognition and bluetooth. Impressive.
Samsung’s SCH-B600 10 megapixel cameraphone [Engadget]
The Sony Ericsson K800 and K790 are the first phones ever from Sony Ericsson to carry the ‘Cyber-shot’ logotype. Even though they don’t have an optical zoom, they still feature a resolution of 3.2 megapixels, autofocus anda Xenon flash. Both phones will start shipping in Q2 2006.
Along with the smaller Cyber-Shot models, Sony introduced two Zoom monsters: Sony DSC-H2 and the Sony DSC-H5. Both cameras features 12x optical zoom and the H5 have a resolution of 7.2 megapixels while the H2 ‘only’ features 6.0 megapixels. The DSC-H5 will be available in May for about $500 and the DSC-H2 model ships in April for about $400.
The Sony HDPS-L1 is a photo storage solution with a built-in 80 GB hard drive. Just feed the machine with your media card and press the copy button. This new digital photo album will be available in May for in for about $300. More pictures inside.
Canon PowerShot SD700 IS / Digital Ixus 800 IS
Canon PowerShot SD630 / Canon Digital Ixus 65
Canon PowerShot SD600 / Canon Digital Ixus 60
Canon PowerShot S3 IS
Canon PowerShot A700
Canon PowerShot A540 / Canon PowerShot A530
Canon PowerShot A430 / Canon PowerShot A420
Today Canon unveiled the replacement for the Canon EOS 20D – the brand new EOS 30D. If you expected some BIG changes, you will be disappointed. The highlights are lower price, new body, a bigger LCD (2.5″), selectable continuous shooting speed and a 100 000 shutter cycle life.