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Microsoft LifeCam NX-6000

by Johan on September 14, 2006

Microsoft LifeCam NX-6000

Microsoft LifeCam NX-6000 is the company’s first webcam which is designed exclusively for laptop use. Optimized for use with Windows Live Messenger, the LifeCam NX-6000 features the highest resolution video at 2MP. In addition, the NX-6000 can also take digital stills at 7.6MP resolution. Designed for mobility and durability, the LifeCam’s lens is retractable and it goes into hiding when the webcam is not in use. For audio, the LifeCam NX-6000 includes a unidirectional microphone for CD-like quality. The Microsoft LifeCam NX-6000 sells for US$99.99 and will be available this November 2006.

Microsoft via DigitalCameras@TechFresh.

Review of Samsung NV3

by FreshEffect on September 10, 2006

Review Samsung NV3

Samsung’s 7.2 megapixel NV3 digital camera does it all, from supporting most audio/video fromats to 15MB of internal memory. Other features include a a 2.5-inch LCD display, SD card slot, and a 3x optical lens.

Trusted Reviews via Digtial Camers@TechFresh.

It is beautifully designed, extremely well made, handles comfortably and performs well photographically, although the “bonus extras” of MP3 and MPEG4 playback, and especially the text viewer, are really nothing special

Samsung NV10 Video Review

by Johan on September 8, 2006

Samsung NV10 camera features a 10.1MP CCD sensor, 2.5 inch LCD touch screen, 3x optical zoom, and text recognition capabilities. Check the video for more details!

Samsung via DigitalCameras@TechFresh.

Canon EOS 400D Review

by Johan on September 4, 2006

Canon EOS 400D

Cameralabs produced a great in-depth review of the Canon EOS 400D / Digital Rebel XTi camera.

Ultimately the Canon EOS 400D / Rebel XTi is a great entry-level digital SLR which improves on its predecessor in many respects. It has higher resolution without compromising noise levels, a wide variety of anti-dust features, a bigger screen which doubles-up for detailed shooting information, the AF system of its bigger brother and fast overall handling. The only thing that’s missing is a cheap lens bundle with Image Stabilisation. This will undoubtedly have potential buyers carefully weighing it up against the Sony Alpha A100 which costs much the same, while those looking for a tougher product may be tempted by the Nikon D80.

Cameralabs via DigitalCameras@TechFresh.

BenQ C740 and C540 Digital Camera

by Johan on September 1, 2006

BenQ C740 and C540 Digital Camera

BenQ introduced their two new digital cameras, the C740 and C540. Both cameras have similar features, such as a SMC (Super Multi-Coating) Pentax lens, a 3x optical zoom, and a 2.5 inch LCD monitor. Other specs include thirteen scene modes, movie recording, and 16:9 resolution mode. The BenQ DC C740/C540 will be available on the market in early September. The C740 and C540 have 7 and 5MP resolution, respectively. These cameras also contain a ProgramAE/Aperture Priority/Shutter Priority/Manual or PASM mode which controls exposure of your photo. No word has been mentioned on the price.

DcViews via DigitalCameras@TechFresh.