- 8.1 megapixel
- 3x Optical Zoom-Nikkor Glass Lens
- Optical VR Image Stabilization.
- Huge, Bright 3.0-inch High Resolution LCD
- Auto Adjusts up to ISO 1600. makes it ideal to take photos in low light.
- send pictures directly to your Flickr® account right from the camera in Wi-Fi open access hotspots
- creates in-camera slide shows with your music.
Monday, December 31, 2007
Sony ericsson K530 is a compact less weight of 92g, the Sony Ericsson K530 packs a 2.0-megapixel camera, M2 card slot, secondary video call camera, 2.0-inch LCD screen, 3G connectivity, and Bluetooth 2.0 with A2DP.The Sony Ericsson K530 is a slim 3G phone that gives full and fast access to the Web, plus performance imaging with a 2 megapixel camera and a variety of news, weather and entertainment features
The Sony ericsson K530 is the perfect partner for the GPS Enabler HGE-100. The K530 as a phone and accessory combination, the two can record speed and distance, and also provide visual post-training analysis on the good-sized 2" screen. The 2 megapixel camera on the Sony Ericsson K530 boasts a x2.5 digital zoom and video recording capabilities.
The most affordable 3G phone from Sony Ericsson , the K530 will keep you in-touch Screen. Its slim, pocket-sized so can take it with you anywhere and enjoy the full 3G experience . The Sony Ericsson K530 is a UMTS 2100 and GSM/GPRS 900/1800/1900 phone and is available in Warm Silver. Sony Ericsson K530 is just a standard candybar, tri-band GSM with UMTS 2100. Still it features 2-megapixel camera with video recorder, 176x220 display, stereo Bluetooth and Radio. Please Purchase online http://www.phoneandbeyond.com/
|Representing Sony Ericsson K530 in the website http://www.phoneandbeyond.com/|
Posted by blogbuddy at 7:10 AM
Sunday, December 30, 2007
Panasonic now shipping ultra thin Blue-ray drive which can idle to fit in light weight notebook.
Along with the capability to read and write High definition video in Blue-ray format, this can also read and write standard CDs and DVDs. And can store 50 Gbytes of content.
Initially this drive has 2X writing speed.
Toshiba also said that it has plan to release an equally thin drive for reading and writing DVDs in the HD DVD format, which competes with Blu-ray.
Posted by blogbuddy at 9:33 AM
Friday, December 28, 2007
Toshiba introducing first HD DVD-RW laptop Qosmio G40, initially they are selling this only in Japan.
This laptop comes with 17in notebook, 2.2GHz Core 2 Duo T7500 processor, 2GB of memory, two 200GB hard drives and an Nvidia GeForce 8600M GT graphics chip with 256MB of graphics memory attached.
The GPU drives the 1920 x 1200 display. G40 also provides HDMI port, this will give you option to hook the laptop up to an HD TV.
But the most significant feature in this laptop is the HD DVD-RW drive .It reads and writes both burn-once HD DVD-R media as well as the rewriteable version in both single- and dual-layer forms. It'll also handled DVD±R/RW discs, DVD-RAM and CD-R/RW.
Posted by blogbuddy at 3:28 PM
Verizon Wireless XV6800 comes with a 2-megapixel lens with flash. This has autofocus, and video-recording capabilities. You have five choices to select resolution while taking still image. Plus you have self-timer option and the option of adding a time stamp. In video mode available options are limited but you will have white balance settings, effects, and two resolution choices.
Posted by blogbuddy at 2:53 PM
Friday, December 7, 2007
In order to download the music videos for the Iphone, the first thing you need to do is to make sure the videos you are downloading are in the MP4 format, as this is the only video format the Iphone can currently support. Luckily you'll find that most sites are primarily based around this format anyway.
The toughest thing about downloading the music videos for the Iphone is actually finding them. It's pretty tough to find the best download sites unless you know where they are. There are several different kinds of site, some of which may well prove to be a lot more trouble than they are worth. Probably the biggest danger is to use a peer to peer site for your downloads. Whilst these sites have been popular in the past, it's best to avoid them as they are breaking the law, and so will you be if you download anything from there. Another major danger is the software itself-you can seriously damage your computer and Iphone by using these sites, as there is no regulation of what is uploaded by the users. This means hackers and spammers use sites like this as a method of introducing new viruses to the internet, putting you at direct risk.
The good news about this is that you can now find a few sites which can offer you all the positive sides of the peer to peer sites, but very few of the negatives. The way it works is that you pay a one off fee to join the site, and in turn they give you unlimited downloads. Because you pay the sites a fee to join, they use the income to keep their downloads clean and regularly add new downloads to their stocks. You'll also find that these kinds of sites keep a lot more in their database than music videos-you'll also find movies and games as well as TV shows. This gives these kinds of sites a tremendous amount of value for money.
If you are looking to download some music videos for your Iphone, this article will hopefully let you know anything you need.
Downloads For Iphone
Posted by blogbuddy at 7:36 PM
Wednesday, December 5, 2007
Photokina is going to be one hell of a show this year, and one of the many secrets being released and teased is that Sigma is coming out with with another DSLR, the SD14. Just from the name, DigitalDingus assumes it will be marketed as a 14MP DSLR, but will actually be a 4.7MP imager. Confusing? Yes, and the tradition continues in the world of image sensor spinning.
Preliminary Results? Pretty Good
The SD14 appears to put out some great images, just like the SD10 and the SD9 did many years ago. And this I won't really debate because how can a person debate a camera in and of itself? What is to be debated, is the way Sigma and Foveon present their cameras in relation to all the other competitors on the market.
Sell Your Camera, Not Your Spin
The DSLR market is certainly competitive. The Megapixel Wars have been battling each other several years now, but why add to the problem of an already confusing consumer product by adding subjectively different terminology as well. Fuji is another company which loves to hype it's "Honeycomb" sensors. In fact, Fuji and Sigma (along with Foveon who make the imagers for Sigma's SD DSLRs) are the two companies which I really have an issue with over any other camera manufacturers.
Sigma and Foveon are still telling the consumer, there is more than one "pixel" which is absorbing light in their cameras. Not true. If this were true, the imager wouldn't be 3.34MP in the former Sigma SD10 (as in 10MP imager--3.34MPx3). With the SD14, I'm assuming Sigma and Foveon have not actually made a 14MP imager. If they did, I'd certainly revise my preview and would be congratulating both companies for taking a giant leap in technology and honesty. I still have a small grain of hope come September 26, 2006, when Sigma will announce the full details (however, I am sure we'll get a hold of the specs much earlier and post them here...as well as a gazillion other camera forums).
Why Sigma DSLR Images Look Good
Pixel. Pitch. Those two words need to be ingrained in every camera users brain. The reason why Sigma's DSLR images have looked rather good, is because the imagers have an exceptionally high pixel size (i.e., pixel pitch) which are in the same league as the Canon 1DMKII imager. Having fairly large pixels in a DSLR will consistently produce great images. In fact, the Canon 1D, only a 4.2MP DSLR, released over 5 years ago, is still used by many professionals. Why? The pixel size is 10.8µm x 10.8µm. We will discuss pixel sizes in another article, but for now, the general consensus is the larger the pixel, the better the image. The larger the bucket of water, the more water you can capture...
Resolution Does Matter In The Overall World Of Photography
While pixel size is certainly the #1 priority in my book, if your overall resolution is not in the same ballpark as your competitor's, your imager's benefits become less of a benefit. For example, Nikon has released the D200 10.2MP and D80 10.2MP DSLR. Canon has released their 13MP 5D. If the Sigma SD14 is actually 4.7MP, we have at least double the pixel count and over 25% more resolution from other competitors (we have to remember in order to get twice as much resolution, you would need four times as many pixels).
Now, Sigma and Foveon are attempting to make a claim you don't need high resolution imagers. This is somewhat confusing. Maybe Foveon just doesn't have the technological and financial resources like Canon and Nikon have to make larger imagers. It takes a lot of money to research and develop larger imagers with more resolution, while still maintaining or exceeding image quality of a comparable smaller imager. Canon has virtually endless financial resources and in-house imaging, and Nikon already has Sony making most of its imagers, so these two companies already have a formula for creating competitive DSLRs.
Regardless of a manufacturer's methods, the result has been creating an imager with more resolution. Why is it we see a few companies twisting the definitions of pixels and resolution, and duping an already-confused DSLR consumer market?
Resolution in itself is certainly not the only answer to a camera's quality. We see many compact cameras announcing higher megapixels every 6 months. Compact camera resolution and DSLR resolution are pretty much in different categories since DSLRs still have larger pixels, and the image quality, is by far much better. So please don't think I am saying resolution is better 100% of the time because in some cases, it is not. However, when you follow Nikon and Canon's image sensor technology, their images have become better over the years in parallel to more resolution. This is not easy. And it's not cheap. Which is why many camera manufacturers are not producing 10MP DSLRs currently.
Being The Oddball Sells
In today's world of consumerism, not only does popularity sell...but being the outcast as well. If you have a competitor, or a few of them, and you know darn well there is no chance to compete because you flat-out don't have the personnel or resources to compete on the same level, simply create a reverse-popularity market, and create yourself as the oddball product that is better than your competitor. Believe it or not, it works. And it works darn well. Take any popular product and do a little research on the smaller competitors. Then look at the smaller competitor's marketing strategy. More than likely, you'll see a form of "oddball advertising". And on a curious note, some major competitors even use the smaller competitors' strategies to further their market share! Overall, it's a sea of marketing disinformation and confusion.
Don't Compete With The Big Guys, Just Sell Yourself
Another point I'd like to make is if you're a manufacturer who is struggling to survive and can't compete with the big guys...don't. Don't compete with them. Just sell yourself. Just sell your product. If Foveon and Sigma would just sell their product for what it was, and not compare it to proven camera giants like Canon and Nikon, you wouldn't be reading this editorial preview article. You'd simply be reading a preview on a cool new DSLR, improving on its previous DSLR model.
Would I Recommend A Sigma DSLR?
Well, I will not debate the SD DSLRs image quality because they are darn good. If I begin to compare them to other DSLRs, the amount of lenses available, the lens technologies such as Canon and Nikon, as well as new imaging technology from Canon and Nikon, the Sigma DSLR option becomes much less significant. If you're a Foveon imager fan, then the new SD14 is certainly going to get you excited. But I would like to request if you are going to purchase a Sigma DSLR, you conduct some simple tests.
Most camera shops have displays of the latest DSLRs available and you can bring your own media card and take images, then go home and open them up in your favorite image editor. What I recommend, is waiting until the SD14 becomes available in stores, take some images with the SD14, then take some images with a Canon 20D and a Nikon D80 or D200. Take all the images home which you've shot and compare them. If the Sigma seems it's better, then I am not one to tell you, you should do anything different. Buy the SD14. But if you like the other images from the Canon or Nikon, then go in that direction as well.
©2006 by Jason Busch (DigitalDingus.com)
Posted by blogbuddy at 8:07 PM
N Series memberNokia N73 is a simply attractive 3G mobile phone. The Nokia N73 handset comes in a choice of four attractive colors. The Nokia N73 weighs 116 grams & measures 110 x 49 x19 mm in total which is a compact & well designed handset. The phone is full of great technology which is user friendly & improves the phones performance.
Nokia N73 comes with TFT color screen which provides 262k colors & a 240 x 320 pixel screen resolution. The integrated 3.2 mega pixel camera is of outstanding quality & has a 20 x digital zoom and auto focus option. The user can use the cameras built in flash when taking a photo in duller conditions.
The Nokia N73 camera feature comes with many different setting modes to ensure the user will capture the perfect photo each and every time. There are also options of advanced camera mode selection .The user can use the second VGA camera to take part in a video call.
The VGA camera comes with a 2 x digital zoom which allows the user to get a closer image on the video call. The user can store their photos on the phones memory, send to other contacts via multimedia messaging service or email, print using Nokia Xpress printing & download to other devices using the phones connectivity options.
The user can have a fun music experience on the Nokia N73 as it comes with best quality music feature that provides clear sound. The handset have all the messaging features according the need of user which includes email with attachments, text messaging, multimedia messaging & instant messaging.
Posted by blogbuddy at 7:57 PM